Transneft Upper Volga has completed revamping of an aviation kerosene storage tank at the Volodarskaya line operation dispatcher station (LODS) in Moscow Region
Transneft Upper Volga has started performing annual activities aimed at enhancing environmental safety of the Company's power grids.
Transneft Upper Volga has conducted firefighting and tactical drills (F&TD) at Vtorovo booster pump station (BPS) of Gorky Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate in Vladimir Region.
Transneft Upper Volga has completed construction of a 10 kV route overhead transmission line (OTL) at the Novki – Ryazan oil trunk pipeline’s (OTP) section between Ryazan oil pumping stations (PS) and Vtorovo BPS in Ryazan Region. The set of measures was conducted as part of the development, technical upgrading and revamping programme covering Transneft’s trunk pipelines facilities.
Transneft Upper Volga has released sterlet fry into Cheboksary Reservoir in Nizhny Novgorod Region. A total of 449 sterlet juveniles were released. Sterlet is regarded as one of the most valuable freshwater fish species, and its release became the first stage of implementation of Transneft Upper Volga’s environmental programme pursuing artificial reproduction of aquatic biological resources in 2019.
The main construction and installation works within the first two phases of comprehensive revamping of Volodarskaya line operation dispatcher station (LODS) in Moscow Region have been completed.
Transneft Upper Volga is continuously monitoring fire safety of oil pipeline facilities during hot weather in all regions of its operation.
Transneft Upper Volga has started annual work on clearing the corridors of oil trunk pipelines and petroleum products trunk pipelines from trees and shrubs.
Transneft Upper Volga has completed the revamping of a Gorky – Ryazan-2 oil trunk pipeline section in Kstovsky District of Nizhny Novgorod Region.
Delegates of Transneft, led by Vice President Pavel Revel-Muroz, have visited the manufacturing site of GAZ Group in the city of Nizhny Novgorod. The visit was part of a cooperation agreement signed between the two companies this year. The given agreement is directed at the development of projects promoting the use of vehicles driven by compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the regions where Transneft subsidiaries operate.