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Grant Tadevosyan is Chairman of the Management Committee, Director General of Gazprom Armenia.
He was born on April 30, 1962.
In 1983, he graduated from Yerevan Polytechnic Institute, majoring in Heat and Gas Supply and Ventilation.
Engineer, Deputy Head of Directorate, and Head of Directorate at Armgazprom state concern (ArmRosgazprom from 1997).
Deputy Director General, Chief Engineer at ArmRosgazprom (Gazprom Armenia from 2014).
From October 2016
Chairman of the Management Committee, Director General of Gazprom Armenia.
From April 2017
Member of the Board of Directors of Gazprom Armenia.
Gazprom Armenia (formerly ArmRosgazprom) was established on August 30, 1997, as part of the program aimed at reconstructing Armenia’s gas supply system, namely renovating gas grids, resuming gas supplies to households, installing domestic and industrial gas meters, introducing polyethylene pipes, and facilitating gas supplies in the long term.
Maintenance and repair of gas main, 2007
Gazprom Armenia is focused on natural gas supplies and sales in Armenia’s domestic market. The company holds the leading position in the Armenian energy industry, which forms the backbone of the national economy. Today, 620 localities in Armenia are provided with natural gas, with the gasification level across the country reaching 95 per cent.
Gazprom Armenia’s headquarters
Gazprom Armenia’s major activities are as follows:
- natural gas transmission, storage, distribution and marketing;
- power generation and marketing, including to third countries;
- reconstruction and expansion of the existing gas transmission and distribution systems, as well as UGS facilities;
- ensuring reliable and secure operation of gas facilities;
- design, financing, construction and operation of gas pipeline systems and infrastructure in the Republic of Armenia;
- development and implementation of investment projects;
- commercial activities.
The GTS also includes 14,900 kilometers of high-, medium- and low-pressure gas pipelines, as well as auxiliary facilities.
Currently, over 370 CNG filling stations operate in Armenia. Some 80 per cent of the country’s vehicle fleet runs on natural gas.
The company’s environmental activities are governed by the Kyoto Protocol in line with Gazprom Armenia’s environmental policy, which is underpinned by such principles as prevention of adverse environmental impacts, full compliance with environmental law, and employee engagement in nature protection and resource conservation.
Employees of Gazprom Armenia at environmental event
Gazprom Armenia executes the plan for modernizing and reconstructing the equipment of gas grids in order to lower actual methane emissions from gas grids and reduce gas leaks through participating in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects.
Due to a decrease in the Emission Reduction Unit price in the international markets, all CDM project-related activities, including emission reduction monitoring, have been temporarily suspended.
Gazprom Armenia’s social policy includes charity and sponsorship programs aimed mainly at supporting major cultural events, sports initiatives, educational institutions, and individual educational programs. The company implements social projects and holds annual events in support of orphanages, pre-school establishments, and educational institutions.
Charity event for first-graders from remote Armenian villages, August 2016
Mountain Breeze band at 7th corporate Fakel Festival
Gazprom Armenia continues to build a sports and training center in Yerevan as part of the Gazprom for Children program. The center’s design concept is based on state-of-the-art technologies. The project has enormous social importance and will produce the most versatile sports center in the country.
The company employs about 7,000 people.
Gazprom Armenia pays particular attention to personnel management. The company’s HR policy is focused on personnel development through educational, training and advancement programs, especially with regard to workers responsible for maintenance and operation.
Within the framework of its HR policy, Gazprom Armenia promotes sports and healthy living among its employees. The company has a football team, which was founded in 2007 and is now one of Armenia’s leading amateur football teams.
Gazprom Armenia’s football team
The company also has a tennis court at its headquarters where staff members and their children regularly attend training sessions led by a professional coach.
The company aims to maintain its dynamic momentum by diversifying its business, as well as to strengthen its position in the regional power market and expand its presence in the export markets.
Fifth power unit of Hrazdan TPP (Hrazdan-5)
Gazprom Armenia implements a number of measures to establish and maintain a reputation as a socially responsible company, as well as to bolster and raise Gazprom’s public profile in the Republic of Armenia.