Transneft Far East was included into the National Register “Leading Russian Energy Organizations – 2017” based on the proposal of the Administration of Housing and Public Services and Energy of the Government of the Jewish Autonomous Region.
The employees of oil pump station No. 41 of Transneft Far East conducted monitoring of spreading yew tree saplings in Anuchinsky District of Primorie Territory. Ecologists of Transneft Far East handled the trees for the purpose of protection against animals and noted that development of the Red Book pine trees is satisfactory. The next control for the saplings’ condition is planned for June 2018.
Transneft Far East participated in public discussion of the reform of state control and supervision in the Far East during analyses of law enforcement practice of the Far Eastern Directorate of the Federal Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Supervision Service (Rostechnadzor).
A representative of Transneft Far Eastern Branch provided support to professors and students of the Far Eastern Federal University’s Engineering School in Russky Island.
The team of Transneft Far East participates in the games of Khabarovsk Amateur Hockey League in the season of 2017-2018.
Transneft Far East according to the results of the external surveillance audit confirmed compliance of the occupational health management system with the international standards (BS OHSAS18001:200).
Transneft Far East during the external audit confirmed compliance of the quality management system in construction functioning at the enterprise with the international standards (ISO 9001:2015).
Transneft Far East finished the International Youth Science and Technology Conference (IYSTC).
Team Transneft Far East takes part in the Third Sports Festival of Corporate Teams in the city of Khabarovsk.
Transneft Far East is reviving the population of Japanese pogonia (Pogonia japonica, Far Eastern swamp orchid) from the Russian Red Book near the village of Smidovich in Jewish Autonomous Region.