Transneft Siberia has hosted athletic competitions for the Siberia regional sector as part of Transneft’s IV Winter Sports Festival.
In 2018, Transneft Siberia carried out in-line inspection of oil trunk pipelines (OTP) at 84 sections with a total length of 4,700 km. The annual diagnostics plan was completed in full.
On 1 February 2019, Director General of Transneft Siberia Viktor Bronnikov held a working meeting with Alexander Moor, the Governor of Tyumen Region, at the facilities of Tyumen Machinery and Repair Plant (TMRP).
Transneft Siberia has completed repairs of oil trunk pipelines and onsite facilities.
Transneft Siberia has implemented the technical upgrading and reconstruction programme as well as overhaul programme for 2018 in full.
Transneft Siberia has begun accepting oil from Arctic Gas Company (JSC ARCTICGAS) to the tank farm of Yamal oil pumping station No. 2 of the Zapolyarye-Purpe oil trunk pipeline.
In 2018, Transneft Siberia allocated more than 44 million roubles for charitable assistance in the areas of its operation.
Transneft Siberia has completed works on ice freezing at the crossings over the Pur and Taz rivers in Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area, as well as over the Tavda river in the Sverdlovsk Region.
Transneft Siberia has completed technical upgrading of vertical floating-roof tank (VFRT-20000) No. 9 with the total capacity of 20,000 cubic metres at Torgili line operation dispatcher station (LODS) of Tyumen Oil Trunk Pipeline Directorate.
The Arktika sports and fitness complex in Novy Urengoy, Korotchayevo District, has been opened, and construction of a bridge across the Pur River on the territory of Purovsky District of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area has been started.