Industrial Automation Centre, a new branch of Transneft Upper Volga, has started operating in Nizhny Novgorod.
Transneft Upper Volga has started implementing the 2019 action plan in the field of environmental safety.
Transneft Upper Volga has summed up the work in the field of occupational health and industrial safety that was done during 2018. More than 289.4 million roubles were allocated for the implementation of occupational health protection measures.
Transneft Upper Volga began loading petrol tankers at Volodarskaya line operation dispatcher station (LODS) in Moscow Region after completing revamping of its automated system for petroleum products loading.
Transneft Upper Volga’s industrial automation centre has summed up the results of the work that was done in 2018.
Transneft Upper Volga has assisted in conducting an overhaul in Kireyevsky Tsentr Obrazovaniya No. 2 (Kireyevsk Education Centre No. 2), a municipal state-funded general education institution in the city of Kireyevsk, Tula Region.
Transneft Upper Volga has completed the implementation of the programme for updating the fleet of motor and specialty vehicles in 2018.
Transneft Upper Volga has sponsored an overhaul of secondary school No. 1 in the town of Kameshkovo, Vladimir Region. The works worth 150 million roubles were financed out of Transneft’s charitable funds.
Transneft Upper Volga has completed revamping and commissioned steel vertical tank No. 5 with the capacity of 50 thousand cubic meters (VST-5000) at Solnechnogorsk loading station in Solnechnogorsky District of Moscow Region.
Transneft Upper Volga has reviewed the preliminary results of its work in the field of industrial safety and occupational health in 2018.