Transneft Upper Volga has completed scheduled repairs of trunk pipelines in Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Tula and Vladimir Regions.
Transneft Upper Volga has released sterlet juveniles into the Volga and Oka Rivers in Nizhny Novgorod and Vladimir Regions. In total, about 20 thou juveniles of a most valuable freshwater fish species were released.
Transneft Upper Volga has connected revamped sections of the Ryazan — Moscow petroleum products trunk pipeline (PPTP) in Ryazan.
Transneft Upper Volga has conducted garrison firefighting and tactical drills (F&TD) at the Ryazan oil pumping station (OPS) of the Ryazan Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate in Ryazan.
Transneft Upper Volga has completed scheduled repairs at the Ryazan – Moscow and the Novki – Ryazan petroleum products trunk pipelines, as well as at the Shilovo-3 initial pumping station (IPS).
Transneft Upper Volga has been recognised the winner of the best socially oriented company in the oil and gas industry 2020 contest.
During a scheduled 72-hour shutdown of petroleum products transportation via the Gorky — Novki and Novki — Ryazan petroleum products trunk pipelines, the revamping of pipeline clean-up and inspection gadget traps (PIG) at the Vtorovo booster pump station (BPS) was completed.
Transneft Upper Volga has replanted rare plants included in the Red List. The measures were implemented in the territory of revamping a section of the standby leg of the underwater crossing via the Vetluga River of the Surgut – Polotsk oil trunk pipeline (OTP) in the Republic of Mari El.
Transneft Upper Volga has summed up its occupational health efforts for January-June 2020.
Transneft Upper Volga has summed up preliminary results of implementation of its programme in the field of energy saving and energy efficiency enhancement for the first half of 2020. A set of measures was taken to optimise the oil pumping process, as well as to replace and repair pumping equipment, which were able to provide 51.5% of the scheduled annual effect of electrical energy savings.