Transneft North’s employees have received the diplomas of merit and commendations from the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation for their contribution to ensuring the sustainability and continuity of operational processes during the period of the announced quarantine measures related to the coronavirus infection COVID-19.
Transneft North has awarded teachers and students of the Ukhta State Technical University with personal certificates for scholarships and social support.
Transneft Siberia has completed the scheduled repairs at the Usa – Ukhta and the Ukhta – Yaroslavl oil trunk pipelines (OTP) and oil pumping stations.
Transneft North has commissioned the latest microprocessor system of automation (MPSA) of the technological process at the Synya oil pumping station (PS) of the Usinsk Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate in the Komi Republic.
The primary trade union organisation of Transneft North has won second place in the republican thematic review competition of trade unions for their activities in the field of occupational health and safety in 2019.
Transneft North has released 3 thousand juveniles of sterlet listed in the Red Book into the Sukhona River in Totma District of Vologda Region.
Employees of Transneft North have received departmental and corporate awards on professional holiday, the Oil and Gas Industry Workers Day.
Transneft North has assisted in installation of memorial plaque to teachers – participants of the Great Patriotic War on the building of the Museum of Education Development in Ukhta.
Transneft North’s employees took part in the Backpack for First Grader charity event for the third year in a row. On the eve of the new school year, the employees of executive office and company’s Ukhta Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate purchased school bags for their personal funds and donated them to needing children.
Transneft North has held emergency response drills on containment and elimination of simulated oil spills at the Ukhta – Yaroslavl oil trunk pipeline underwater crossings via the Lezha and Sot’ Rivers in Vologda and Yaroslavl Regions respectively.