Sixty-nine graduates of the Tyumen Oil Pipeline Professional College (TOPC) of Transneft Siberia have received their diplomas. They were awarded certificates of competence as instrumentation and automation fitters, petroleum products pumping station operators and electricians. Of these, 47 persons had been sent for training by Transneft subsidiaries.
Transneft Siberia has provided assistance to the Tyumen Regional Search Centre to implement a multimedia project – creating a virtual tour to the exhibition of the Museum of the History of the Search Movement in Tyumen Region, updated in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War, as part of charitable activities.
Transneft Siberia has completed works on eliminating the consequences of the diesel fuel spill at CHP-3 in Krasnoyarsk Territory. All employees of the company’s emergency rescue team have returned to their places of permanent work.
Transneft Siberia has conducted scheduled tests of the automatic fire extinguishing unit with medium-expansion foam of the Tyumen petroleum products pumping station of the Tyumen Oil Trunk Pipeline Directorate. The tests were conducted in accordance with the approved Fire Safety Enhancement Programme for 2020.
Transneft Siberia has received commendation from the EMERCOM of Russia for the work on eliminating the consequences of the emergency with a diesel fuel spill at CHP-3 in Norilsk.
Transneft Siberia has completed scheduled repairs at oil pumping stations (PS) and oil trunk pipelines located in Tyumen and Sverdlovsk Regions, Khanty-Mansi and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Areas. The goal was to ensure reliable operation of the operating facilities.
In the run-up to the Parade celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War, Transneft Siberia has hoisted an exact replica of the Victory Banner on the territory of the rescuers’ tent town in Norilsk.
On 15 June 2020 at 22:07 (Moscow time), a change in in-line pressure of a section of the Surgut – Polotsk oil trunk pipeline was recorded by Transneft Siberia’s automated system for monitoring of the oil pipeline operating parametres.
Transneft Siberia has performed scheduled repairs at oil pumping stations in Tomsk Region and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area. The goal is to ensure reliable operation of the main and auxiliary equipment.
Transneft Siberia continues assisting in eliminating the consequences of the diesel fuel spill in Krasnoyarsk Territory. Over the past 24 hours, 620 m3 of petroleum products were collected from the water surface by the emergency response team of the company. The total volume of diesel fuel collected amounted to 8,420 m3.