The Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug-Yugra is one of the key regions in which Gazprom Neft operates. A subsidiary, Gazpromneft-Khantos, is working at the Yuzhny (southern) licence area of the Priobskoye field, as well as the Orekhovo-Ermakovskoye, Yuzhnoye, Palyanovskoye, Yuznho-Kinyaminskoye, Maloyuganskoye fields, the Alexander Zhagarin field, and the Zimnee field in the Tyumen Oblast. Production at Gazpromneft-Khantos totalled 15.2 million tonnes of oil equivalent (mtoe) in 2017.
In 2017 Gazprom Neft entered into an agreement with the Government of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug-Yugra to establish the “Bazhen Technology Centre” within the Okrug, in which all of the cutting-edge competencies and technologies available to Gazprom Neft will be concentrated, and which will become the basis for creating cost-effective methodologies for developing the Bazhenov Formation.
The general partnership agreement between Gazprom Neft and the Government of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug was signed in June 2016. The document envisages the company supporting the regional government in developing the scientific and technological potential of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug-Yugra, as well as collaborating in energy efficiency, environmental protection, and infrastructure development.
The company is implementing its “Home Towns” corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme throughout the Okrug. Thanks to Gazprom Neft’s support the Yugra Chess Academy and the “Children’s Planet” have been established, as well as an annual grant-award competition for activist groups. The modern
The Gazprom Neft “Home Towns” project brings together the company’s various CSR initiatives and projects throughout those regions in which it has a presence. Directed at developing the full social and economic potential of these regions, as well as at improving quality of life, the programme includes initiatives for neighbourhood enhancement, for the development of children’s and public sports facilities, and initiatives in education, health, and in preserving and supporting the culture of the indigenous populations of the Russian Far North.