Transneft Far East that transports oil via phase II of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean oil trunk pipeline (ESPO-2) has been recognized as the best employer creating jobs in Khabarovsk among major entities.
Natalia Pishchuk, an electronics engineer at an automation and telemetry systems repair and maintenance site of Belogorsk PSS (Production Service Shop) affiliated with Transneft Far East, has been recognised as the best occupational health and safety (OHS) commissioner of the Russian Oil, Gas and Construction Workers’ Union.
Transneft Far East has joined the events held in Khabarovsk Territory within the scope of the Year of Oriental Stork.
Transneft Far East, which transports oil via phase II of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean (ESPO-2) oil trunk pipeline is ensuring steady operation of its facilities in a complicated forest fire situation.
Transneft Far East employees have been actively involved in combating grassland and forest fires in constituent entities of the Far East District where the Company has its production facilities.
Transneft Far East has begun testing the systems and equipment for the production infrastructure of the pipeline offshoot that connects Komsomolsk Refinery to the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean (ESPO) pipeline system.
Transneft Far East employees have participated in the Green Spring nationwide environmental clean-up event.
Transneft Far East employees who complied with the Ready for Labour and Defence nationwide fitness and sports standards have been awarded the relevant badges.
The chemical analytical laboratory of Transneft Far East functioning at the facilities of oil pumping station (PS) No. 34 has a validation procedure along with expansion of its scope of accreditation.
A delegation of specialists from SIBUR has paid a working visit to Transneft Far East, which transports crude oil over the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean oil trunk pipeline (ESPO-2) phase II.