May 2022 year

Red cat Amur Amurych is the main character of the fascinating classes held for the students of grades 1 to 4 so that they know how to avoid injuries in their daily life, respond quickly and competently to unexpected dangerous situations, and analyze risks.

The students were able not only to learn more about the new gas processing plant but also communicate personally with the professionals of the process divisions and HR departments.

All equipment items have already been installed, and pipeline insulation has been completed. Functional tests of all units and individual testing of the rotating equipments using inert media are in progress.

Test your knowledge of the history and achievements of the gas industry, natural gas extraction, shipping, storage and processing until May 30 on the project website at https//газовыйдиктант.рф. Based on the test results, each participant will receive an electronic certificate.

For five days, the students gained new knowledge in the field of petrochemical industry, took part in the workshops, defended their projects, participated in a cardiotraining with Russian sports superstars and got acquainted with the Tatar cultural traditions at national Sabantuy festival.

A rider machine, a Gross simulator, a running track for kids, a vibroplatform, a horseback riding simulator, wall bars and much more have been purchased with the funds. These modern equipment items will help children with different illnesses to develop fine motor skills.

The scientists learnt the processes during pre-commissioning, commissioning, and production ramp-up. They are developing new training courses and specialized software for the plant and the industry in general which are based on the actual start-up experience at a new plant equipped with modern equipment and with a high level of gas processing automation.

Employees of Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk (investor, owner and operator of the Amur GPP) took part in an environmental community cleanup on the territory of Svobodnensky district as part of the EkoSvoboda project.

The KNRTU students met with experienced industrial workers and HR managers of the new plant and were informed about how to get a job with good prospects, a fair wage, and a benefit package in high-tech processing at the booth of Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk LLC (investor, owner and operator of the Amur GPP).

Maxim Yurkov, a lead engineer for automated process control systems for operation and repair of software and hardware of Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk LLC, met with the students.

There are over 100 new following trees and shrubs which will decorate the territory of school 1 in Svobodny this year: Ussuri acacia, linden tree, oriental cherry, red mountain ash, mock orange, weigela, euonymus, Amur maple, and hydrangea.

Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk employees gifted to school 192 students the following seedlings of Far Eastern beautiful ornamental plants: mock orange, weigela, and euonymus.

Restoration and pre-commissioning are in progress at process line 1 and 2. Insulation of the process pipelines and equipment is nearing completion at process line 3. Insulation of shut-off and control valves and flanges is underway at the helium liquefaction, treatment and loading unit.

Amur GPP employees transported the handicapped veterans, the homefront workers, and the war children by private cars to a ceremony of laying flowers at the Memorial of Glory.

The gas industry workers have congratulated the residents on the upcoming Victory Day and presented gifts to them.