Gazprom Neft’s anti-COVID-19 programme

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New Gazprom Neft observation technology used in monitoring grey whales attracts the interest of the scientific community

... license block in 2019, with reflected acoustic signals being used to detect large marine mammals (cetaceans). Gazprom Neft’s advanced instrumental control methodologies proved of interest to scientists in terms of the benefits for marine animals’ safety underwater: active acoustics having never before been used to detect marine mammals during 3D-seismic surveys, in any country. Active acoustics has advantages over traditional research methodologies and can be used under limited visibility, as ...

17 August 2020
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Digital industrial safety systems now being deployed at Gazprom Neft

A digital industrial-safety control system has been put into commercial operation at the Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery’s gas fractionation unit. Using neural network elements it is now possible to obtain information on this production facility’s condition and status online,...

12 August 2020
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Gazprom Neft publishes its 2019 Sustainable Development Report

... Omsk Refinery — a major step forward in the company’s development of renewable-energy and energy-efficiency projects. Gazprom Neft continued its programme on improving equipment and production-process reliability throughout 2019. As part of its “Safety Framework” programme Gazprom Neft plans to develop an information-analytics system (as well as further fine-tuning other processes) to ensure adherence to its “Target Zero” policy, directed at ensuring no harm to people, the environment or ...

26 June 2020
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Gazprom Neft launches a mobile app allowing employees to keep tabs on their health

Gazprom Neft has launched a mobile “Gradusnik (Tempchecker)” app to help in combatting COVID-19 and in monitoring employee health. The app has been integrated with the company’s medical support system, and will help support employees who have fallen ill, as well as preventing any risk of their entering offices or production facilities without being tested for coronavirus. Gazprom Neft has launched a mobile “Gradusnik (Tempchecker)” app to help in combatting COVID-19 and in monitoring employee...

25 June 2020
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Gazprom Neft starts using augmented reality (AR) technologies in construction

... this technology at other facilities, going forward.” Andrey Belevtsev Chief Digital Officer, Gazprom Neft “We have been using the best digital solutions in the course of modernising the Omsk Refinery, ensuring high quality as well as employees’ safety in CIW. Both of these tasks are being successfully addressed through AR operations-control technologies, remotely. The standard to which equipment is installed today will determine the reliability and environmental friendliness of the plant’s ...

22 June 2020
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Half of Gazprom Neft employees have now returned from working from home

Gazprom Neft has now completed the first stage of getting Moscow and St Petersburg employees back from working from home, with more than 50% of staff having returned to company offices. In line with new company regulations, a negative COVID-19 test is now a non-negotiable condition for employees being allowed back to their usual places of work — the company having arranged more than 250,000 coronavirus tests for company employees and contractors over the past two months. [/upload/medialibrary/4ac/220620...

22 June 2020
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Gazprom Neft delivers further energy-efficiency gains in oil refining

Gazprom Neft’s Q1 2020 results show improved energy efficiency (in terms of fuel, energy and power consumption) at the company’s directly-owned Russian refineries in Moscow and Omsk, achieving total savings of more than RUB100 million from various energy-efficiency initiatives. Increasing energy efficiency throughout its production processes is a key priority in Gazprom Neft’s refinery development programme. The Moscow and Omsk Refineries...

19 June 2020
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Gazprom Neft emergency response team finishes post-oil-spill clean-up operations at the Ambarnaya riverbed near Norilsk

Key emergency response operations at the TETs-3 fuel-storage facility near Norilsk — site of the recent diesel spill — are now complete. Gazprom Neft specialists involved in emergency response were responsible for collecting more than 8,000 cubic metres of oil-contaminated fluid, following the installation of more than four kilometres of boom defences, in just two weeks. The Gazprom Neft team were also successful in cleaning all fuel deposits from the Ambarnaya riverbed. [/upload/medialibrary/b1e/22...

19 June 2020
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Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery begins the installation of water treatment systems at its “Biosphere” complex

The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery has begun installing flotation treatment systems at the site of its future “Biosphere” biological treatment facilities, currently under construction. The biosphere will increase the efficiency of water treatments to 99.99%, thanks to which the Omsk Refinery will be able to move over to virtually closed-cycle water consumption, reducing demands on local city wastewater treatment plants. The unique environmental Biosphere project forms part of the Omsk Refinery’s full-scale...

10 June 2020
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“Telemedicine” system for continuous-production employees deployed at Gazprom Neft

... protective equipment (PPE). Employees are kept separate in moving around premises, to ensure full social distancing is maintained. A range of anti-epidemiological initiatives have been put in place to ensure the safety of staff and visitors at Gazprom Neft filling stations. Plexiglass sneeze guards (protective screens) have been installed at checkouts, and filling-station floors marked out to ensure social distancing is maintained. Staff comply with mandatory ...

10 June 2020
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