Transneft Volga Region has successfully passed an audit to confirm that its management systems are compliant with international standards.
On 10 April 2018, an oil leakage occurred at 2 p.m. in the Kuibyshev – Tikhoretsk oil trunk pipeline, 5 km from the village of Mayanga in Balakovsky District of Saratov Region.
The position of Director General of Transneft Volga Region went to Dmitry Buzlaev, previously Chief Engineer of Transneft Druzhba, on 3 April 2018.
On 27 March 2018, FSB (Federal Security Service) of Russia Directorate for Samara Region, together with workers of the Security Directorate of Transneft Volga Region and Transneft
Andrey Malykhin, Senior Foreman of the Machinery and Repair Shop at the Central Production Service Shop (CPSS) of Transneft Volga Region, has been awarded a certificate for his innovation proposal of ice cutter modernisation.
Transneft Volga Region has helped create an auditorium outfitted with mechanical and technological equipment for the Petroleum Engineering Faculty (PEF) of Samara State Technical University (SamSTU), the leading educational institution in the region providing professional training for future employees of Transneft Volga Region.
Transneft Volga Region is finishing preparation of its facilities for spring floods to preclude emergencies at the system of oil trunk pipelines (OTPs).
1– 28 March 2018 saw planned inspections of facilities and means of emergency response at all oil pumping stations of Transneft Volga Region. In locations where the trunk pipeline routes pass, public notices have been given via local mass media and warnings have been issued to land users and entities performing work in pipelines’ protected zones.
Transneft Volga Region has completed scheduled works within the scope of the integrated technical upgrading programme in the linear portion of the Kuibyshev – Tikhoretsk oil trunk pipeline (OTP) and at oil pumping stations (PSs) of the Saratov and Volgograd regional oil pipeline directorates (RPDs).
Transneft Volga Region participated in Earth Hour, an international environmental initiative. Last Saturday, 24 March, the lighting of the Company’s administrative buildings was turned off from 8.30 to 9.30 p.m. local time.
Transneft Volga Region implemented an impressive set of environmental safety measures in 2017, which was announced the Year of Ecology in Russia and at Transneft subsidiaries, and the related spending exceeded RUB 555 million.