Teriberka


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Teriberka

 

an urban-type settlement in Murmansk Oblast, RSFSR, under the jurisdiction of the Severomorsk city soviet. Teriberka is situated on the Barents Sea, at the mouth of the Teriberka River, 127 km northeast of Murmansk. It has enterprises servicing the fishing industry.

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He lives in a simple wooden house that looks down on the Teriberka River and the expanses of Russia's northern wilderness, and this dwelling has been owned by his family for many generations.
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In the autumn of 1998, a project leader and representatives of a fish-processing plant in Batsfjord, in Northern Norway, visited Teriberka, a community on the Kola Peninsula in Russia, to meet with their joint company's Russian partners.
In October 1999, a bus from Teriberka brought sixteen Russians, (1) twelve women and four men, to Batsfjord.
Teriberka and Batsfjord are both small, rural, resource-based communities situated on the Barents Sea coast.
Teriberka is located northeast of Murmansk and can trace its roots back to the 1500s.
Labor migration from Teriberka to Batsfjord resulted from geopolitical changes and the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991.
CB&I Lummus has been awarded a contract for the front-end engineering & design (FEED) services for the Shtokman LNG storage and loading facility at the sea port in Teriberka, Russia.
He said: "If everything goes to plan, the design of the port in Teriberka Bay will be completed at the end of this year", adding that the port project would undergo expert review early in 2011 and construction would commence in 2012".
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