Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar
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Andrey Zakharov is Director General of Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar.
He was born in the Volgograd Region in 1963.
In 1985, he graduated from Millionshchikov Grozny State Petroleum Institute, majoring in Technology and Integrated Mechanization of Oil and Gas Fields.
Andrey Zakharov has been employed at Gazprom Group for over 30 years.
Oil and gas production operator, oil and gas production foreman, chief engineer at an R&D shop, engineer at a gas and condensate production shop, head of the laboratory for well stimulation and completion at the Vuktyl Gas Production Directorate, Severgazprom Production Association.
Lead Engineer, head of a gas and condensate production site at the Vuktyl Gas Production Directorate, Severgazprom Production Association.
Geologist, Lead Engineer for oil and gas production, Head of the Division for Gas, Gas Condensate and Oil Production and Treatment, Kubangazprom.
Acting Deputy Director General for Production, Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar.
Head of the Division for Gas, Gas Condensate and Oil Production and Treatment, Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar.
Deputy Director General for Prospective Development, Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar.
Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom and one of Gazprom’s oldest enterprises, was set up on November 16, 1965.
At one of first drilling sites, Krasnodar Territory
The company’s history is inextricably linked to the evolution of the Russian gas industry. In the 1950s, advanced methods of gas and condensate field development and gas treatment were put into practice at the Leningradskoye field located in the north of the Krasnodar Territory. In the 1960s, it was Kuban that supplied Moscow and central Russia with gas. In November 1965, the Kubangazprom Production Association was set up under the Gas Industry Ministry.
From company’s archive: celebrating Oil and Gas Industry Workers Day
Throughout the years of its existence, Kubangazprom had become a powerful and versatile production complex embracing several businesses, such as hydrocarbon production and transmission, underground gas storage, and others. In 2007, Kubangazprom was restructured into a gas production company. In March 2010, Kubangazprom changed its brand name to Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar. In 2015, the company celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Company’s headquarters, Krasnodar
The company is mainly focused on the arrangement of geological exploration and drilling operations, pre-development and operation of gas, gas condensate and oil fields, construction of production and non-production facilities for the gas industry, and treatment, transmission and storage of hydrocarbon feedstock.
Gas treatment unit No. 500 (GTU-500), Slavyansky District, Krasnodar Territory
Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar operates 47 fields, namely 27 gas fields, 12 gas condensate fields, 7 oil, gas and condensate fields, and one oil field. The operating well stock is comprised of more than 1,200 wells. With its nine branches, including three gas production directorates, the company annually produces over 3 billion cubic meters of gas and 300,000 tons of liquid hydrocarbons.
Gas well at Beysugskoye field of Kanevsky Gas Production Directorate, Krasnodar Territory
The company runs its business in the Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk and Stavropol Territories, the Rostov Region, and the Republics of Adygea, Kalmykia and Komi.
Company’s business map
The company’s Environmental Policy provides for regular environmental measures, such as on-site environmental monitoring, allotment of sites for waste gathering and storage, and soil remediation.
Russia-wide environmental cleanup. Clearing waste from Kuban River banks
Environmental impacts of anthropogenic processes are mitigated through environmental control over field drilling and development. Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar’s environmental commitments apply to all of its structural units; all employees of the company are under an obligation to follow environmental protection rules in their everyday work. For that purpose, an environmental management system, which was successfully certified under the ISO 14001:2004 international standard, has been introduced at the company.
Company pays great attention to environmental protection
Labor relations at the company are governed by the Collective Agreement, which is based on the principles observed in all of Gazprom’s structural units and which outlines a wide range of the employer’s obligations to personnel. Employees receive steady wages and enjoy a set of social guarantees, compensations, and benefits. In addition, the company implements a corporate training program for staff development.
Alexander Romanov, Best Corrosion Prevention Expert of 2016
Participants of Best Gas Production Operator contest. Group Unit No. 2 at Beysugskoye field operated by Kanevsky Gas Production Directorate (near Primorsko-Akhtarsk)
The company also pays the utmost attention to the health of its employees and offers them professional medical treatment, including recreation at health resorts. Furthermore, great importance is attached to public sports and fitness activities, such as the annual corporate Spartakiada Games and tourist conventions.
Suren Khubov, Deputy Director General for Human Resources and General Issues, together with Dmitry Krasnikov, Chairman of Unified Trade Union, awarding Vuktyl Gas Production Directorate team, winners of Spartakiada Games among company’s employees
Viktor Safronov, Chief Supervisor of Corporate Security Service at opening ceremony of Spartakiada Games among Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar’s employees, Kanevskaya settlement
Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar organizes regular training sessions, promotes a youth movement, and holds research and cultural events.
City competition in rhythmic gymnastics sponsored by Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar, Yuzhny settlement
In order to prevent output decline, boost production volumes, and replenish the mineral and raw material base, the company has identified the following projects as its priorities in Russia’s southern regions (Krasnodar and Stavropol Territories, Rostov Region, and Republics of Adygea and Kalmykia) for 2016–2020:
- construction and commissioning of a booster compressor station at the Markovskoye field;
- construction of prospecting and exploration wells in the Zapadno-Varavenskaya and Kalabatskaya areas, as well as production wells at the Beysugskoye and Peschanoye fields;
- pre-development of the Peschanoye field, well hookup at the Vostochno-Pribrezhnoye field, and construction of a gas treatment unit at the Beysugskoye field;
- construction completion for prospecting well No. 1 at the Krupskoye gas and condensate field.
Northern regions (Komi Republic and Nenets Autonomous Area):
- pre-development and commissioning of the Severo-Yugidskoye field;
- reconstruction of a gas treatment unit at the Zapadno-Soplesskoye field;
- construction of well No. 118, as well as hookup and commissioning of two wells (Nos. 110 and 118) at the Pecherokozhvinskoye oil, gas and condensate field;
- construction completion for exploration and appraisal well No. 402 in the Vuktyl licensed block;
- participation in development license auctions for the Pechorogorodskoye field in the Komi Republic, as well as the Layavozhskoye and Vaneyvisskoye fields in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area.
Eastern regions (Krasnoyarsk Territory):
- drafting of a process flow diagram for the pilot commercial development of the Sobinskoye oil, gas and condensate field.