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.
Inclusion of the company into the national register means acknowledgement of its leading positions in the sector and in the region.
Limited Liability Company “Transneft Far East” is a subsidiary of Transneft, a major taxpayer of the Far East. The company was established in 2009 to ensure oil transportation along the second stage of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean pipeline system (ESPO PS-2). The length of ESPO PS-2 makes 2,047 km.
The second stage of the oil pipeline in the east of Russia crosses the territory of four constituent entities of the Russian Federation: Amur Region, Jewish Autonomous Region, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories. Along the Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean pipeline system, the oil from the deposits of the Western and Eastern Siberia is delivered to the companies of the Far East, China and, via Kozmino oil port, to the markets of Asia and Pacific.
Transneft Far East includes two regional oil pipeline directorates located in Belogorsk (Amur Region) and Dalnerechensk (Primorsky Territory), eight oil pump stations (OPS), Skovorodino and Birobidzhan line maintenance sections, three central maintenance divisions (CMD) and two production service shops (PSS). The number of employees – 2,545 people. The majority of the employees are local residents of the regions, in particular, 94% of workers and 66% of technical personnel.