Oil and Gas, Import Substitution Oil and Gas
The Chairman of the Board and shareholder of Novatek Leonid Mikhelson has proposed to adopt a state program to support domestic companies that produce equipment for the Arctic.
At present Sibur is holding a meeting with Russian manufacturers of automation systems in Tyumen.
Gazpromneft continues the implementation of the national project for the development of the production of catalysts for oil refining.
The largest Russian oil company Rosneft increases its operational efficiency by introducing new technologies.
The Tyumen plant Nefteprommash is aimed at the production of an experimental batch of wellhead equipment for sea shelf. This was reported by the enterprise.
Currently, over 53% of equipment purchases of Russian oil companies falls on domestic manufacturers, the head of the Industry and Trade Ministry Denis Manturov reported at the meeting of the parlia
According to the Kommersant’s information, the Russian Ministry of Industry has developed a routine support program for the oil and gas engineering for the development of the Arctic to t
Gazprom Transgaz Tomsk to refuse purchase of expensive equipment from the Netherlands in benefit of Russian designsEdited by Rhod Mackenzie / 2016-12-05 08:32:18
Gazprom Transgaz Tomsk has successfully completed testing of import-substituting equipment – anti-surge and control valves, made by the Tomsk electromechanical plant.
Over 200 contracts for supply of import-substituting products for the Fuel and Energy Complex concluded in the Tyumen regionEdited by Rhod Mackenzie / 2016-11-17 04:59:13
Over the past 12 months Tyumen companies concluded more than 200 contacts for delivery of import-substituting products for the Fuel and Energy Complex for more than 15 billion rubles.
Sibur-Neftekhim, a subsidiary of the largest Russian petrochemical holding Sibur, has launched a facility for the production of raw materials for coatings and adhesives at the industrial site in Dz