In 2019, specialists of Transneft Western Siberia will revamp nine sections of the Omsk – Irkutsk, Anzhero-Sudzhensk – Krasnoyarsk and Krasnoyarsk – Irkutsk oil trunk pipelines (OTPs). The total length of the sections is about 109 km.
An emergency response drill (ERD) has been held at the Omsk-Pavlodar oil trunk pipeline’s (OTP) underwater crossing on the Om River, which is under the responsibility of Omsk Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate (RPD) (a branch of Transneft Western Siberia).
Transneft Western Siberia has summed up the results of technical measures taken to implement the Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency Enhancement Programme in 2018, its goal being rational use of fuel and energy resources in operational activities.
Transneft Western Siberia has summed up the results of its work in the field of occupational health in 2018. The work was carried out in order to create safe and favourable conditions at all operational facilities.
Transneft Western Siberia has been named the winner of the city inspection contest for the best New Year building and territory decoration among Omsk organisations in the Best Industrial Enterprise Design category. The award ceremony was held on 15 January 2019, in Omsk Administration.
The Give Christmas to a Child! charitable campaign has finished at Transneft Western Siberia on the threshold of the winter holidays. It engaged personnel of the Company’s branches in all regions of its operation.
Technical upgrading of telemetry systems at the Anzhero-Sudzhensk – Krasnoyarsk and the Omsk – Irkutsk oil trunk pipelines within the area of responsibility of Novosibirsk Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate (a branch of Transneft Western Siberia) has been accomplished.
The Ministry of Labor and Social Development of Omsk Region has summed up the results of the 4th Benefactor of the Year 2018 regional contest. Transneft Western Siberia received a diploma of this regional contest for its regular charitable activities.
Transneft Western Siberia has summed up the results of a planned replacement of outdated motor and specialty vehicles in 2018. From January to December, 132 units of modern vehicles were purchased, including road construction and specialised equipment, general transport and municipal vehicles.