The Stroyinform magazine (issue 26) publishes the article "Modern railway to Cape Zhelezny Rog is planned to be completed and commissioned already next year". Further
20 June 2009
The Kubanskie Novosti newspaper publishes the article "Railway to Zhelezny Rog". Further
18 June 2009
The Orbita newspaper publishes the article "Tamanneftegas: the project of a national importance". Further
17 June 2009
The administration of the Krasnodar region posts on their website the information "Modern railway to Cape Zhelezny Rog is planned to be completed and commissioned already next year". Further
17 June 2009
The Taman newspaper publishes the article "Transport prospects for Taman". Further
16 June 2009
The municipal formation of the Temryuk district posts on their website the information "Transport prospects for the Temryuk district". Further
3 June 2009
The Taman newspaper publishes the article "Feast gifts to children". Further
28 May 2009
The Orbita newspaper congratulates Tamanneftegas General Director to his birthday. Further
23 May 2009
The Taman newspaper publishes the article "With a smile and congratulations!" Further
23 April 2009
The Newspaper "Taman" publishes the announcement, that «JSC "Tamanneftegas" declares the beginning of a documents acceptance for participation in competitive selection of graduates of schools of Tamansky rural settlement on target training in educational institutions of average vocational training». Further
The area climate is conditioned by a complicated mountainous relief of Northern Caucasia, an extensive area of South-Ukrainian steppes and the Black Sea influence, and is characterized by a moderately warm, soft humid winter and a hot summer.
Mean annual air temperature is +12 ºС. The coldest month is January, the warmest month is July.
The maximum observed air temperature has been +37 ºС, the minimum observed temperature - minus 26 ºС.
Monthly mean air temperature of the warmest summer months of July and August is 23 ºС.
Monthly mean air temperature of the coldest winter months of January and February is 1.3 and 1.6 ºС.
Mean air temperature of the coldest five-day period is minus 19 ºС.
Precipitation in the area of anticipated construction is mainly in the form of rain. Average long-term precipitation total per year is 452 mm (the maximum is 716 mm, the minimum is 283 mm). On an average, there are approximately 110 rainfall days per year.
Snow cover in the area in question is variable, the snow cover depth does not exceed 5 cm on the average. On an average in a year, there are 15-25 days with thunderstorms, 6 days with hail, 2 days with snowstorm.
Annual average relative humidity is 76%.
Prevailing winds are north-east and east winds (respectively 20.63% and 20.51% of all observations). Frequency of zero winds and gentle winds up to 5 m/s is 47.86% in total, strong winds more than 15 m/s - 3.84%.
Ice does not appear annually at the coast near Cape Iron Horn but does only in severe winters. Ice phenomena are likely from the end of November to March.
Actual ice conditions are quite easy, therefore, even in most severe winters ice does not produce obstacles for maritime traffic, and the navigation can last all the year round.