Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg

formerly Uraltransgaz

100 per cent ownership by Gazprom

News and events

Contacts

14, Clara Tsetkin St.,

620000, Yekaterinburg,

Russian Federation

(+7 343) 359-75-01

(+7 343) 359-70-41 fax

ural@ekaterinburg-tr.gazprom.ru

ekaterinburg-tr.gazprom.ru

Head of PR Service

Denis Seleznev

Head of PR Service

(+7 343) 287-23-26
(+7 343) 287-23-27 fax

d.seleznev@urtg.gazprom.ru

Director General

Alexey Kryukov was born in 1976 in the Sverdlovsk Region. He graduated from Ural State Technical University, majoring in Turbine Construction.

1998–2007

Rose through the ranks from Gas Equipment Operator to Head of Gas Compressor Service No. 1 of the Vuktylskoye Gas Pipeline Operation Center at Severgazprom.

2007–2008

Deputy Head of the Sosnogorskoye Gas Pipeline Operation Center at Severgazprom (from February 2008 – Gazprom Transgaz Ukhta).

2008–2014

Head of the Vorkutinskoye Gas Pipeline Operation Center at Gazprom Transgaz Ukhta.

2014–2017

Deputy Director General for Gas Pipeline Operation at Gazprom Transgaz Ukhta.

since 2017

Director General of Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg.

Company History

The blue fuel first appeared in the Urals in 1963 upon the commissioning of the Bukhara – Urals gas pipeline. The Gas Trunkline Directorate Bukhara – Urals was created on January 28, 1964 as operator of the new gas trunkline.

In 1974 the Gas Trunkline Directorate Bukhara – Urals was renamed Uraltransgaz.

Over 1980s gas from northern fields arrived in the region via the Igrim – Serov – Nizhni Tagil and Urengoy – Chelyabinsk gas pipelines.

On March 3, 2008 Uraltransgaz was renamed Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg.

On January 28, 2004 Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg celebrates its 40th anniversary.

Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg activity region

Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg activity region

Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg Headquarters

Major Activities

The company’s major activities involve servicing of gas transmission system facilities, transmission and distribution of gas, production of gas-powered highly efficient equipment, switching automotive equipment to gas motor fuel and development of a gas filling station network.

The company’s activity area: the Sverdlov, Chelyabinsk, Kurgan and Orenburg Oblasts.

Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg comprises 13 line pipe operation centers of gas trunklines, repair-renewal and engineering subsidiaries, maintenance services etc. The company owns over 8,000 km of gas trunklines and laterals with a diameter of up to 1420 mm, 18 compressor stations equipped with 131 gas pumping units with 1,017MW in total capacity, over 260 gas distribution stations (GDS), 24 gas filling stations.

Night operations in the construction area of the Dombarovka – Orenburg gas trunkline

Mobile gas filling station

Environmental Protection

In 1987 Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg switched its motor vehicles to gas motor fuel. By now, 1,989 motor vehicles have been reequipped.

In 2004 Gazprom, the Russian Railroads and the Sverdlov Oblast approved the joint Program for the launch of pilot operation of locomotives powered by liquefied and compressed natural gas on the testing ground of the Sverdlov railroad. The Program is targeted at raising the financial and environmental efficiency in mainline and shunting locomotives. The activity related to switching locomotives to gas is considered a most efficient one as it enables to substantially decrease soot, nitrous oxide, hydrocarbon and sulfur dioxide emissions into the atmosphere. In addition, the total toxicity of exhaust gases is 3–5 times lower compared to diesel emissions.

Care for the nature of the Urals is a prioritized activity of Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg

Sports and recreational center in Peschano – Koledino settlement, Kurgan Oblast

Social Policy

Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg takes an active part in the Gazprom to Children program. Within the program sports facilities are purchased for the courses in sports and cultural centers, child creative teams, hobby groups and studios are developing. The largest project involved 13 sports grounds and 11 hockey grounds constructed in the Sverdlov, Kurgan, Orenburg, and Chelyabinsk Oblasts.

At the Gazprom 1st Winter Spartakiada Games the Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg ice hockey team took the third place. At the Gazprom 2nd Summer Spartakiada Games the company’s futsal team was the second-place winner. At the 6th Winter Spartakiada Games the company’s arm wrestling team was second in the team championship, getting two 1st places and one 3rd in individual championship. The teams of Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg moved into the 1st place in the female relay, ski race and into the 2nd place in the male relay.

In 2007 based on the results of the 7th All-Russian competition “Russian Organization of High Social Efficiency” Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg was entitled to the Merit Certificate in the nomination “For developing educational system and staff training”. Additionally, upon the results of Gazprom’s competition Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg won the 3rd place in 2007 “For achieving high results in production and socio-economic activity”.

Opening of hockey ground in Nevyansk town, Sverdlov Oblast

Opening of swimming pool in sports and recreational complex, Dolgoderevenskoye settlement, Chelyabinsk Oblast

Prospects

Gazprom Transgaz Yekaterinburg’s planned projects are:

construction of an LNG complex at the GDS-4 with the capacity of 3 tons per hour. The complex is intended for supplying liquefied natural gas (gas motor fuel) to the gas turbine locomotive which is currently being tested on the testing ground of the Sverdlov railroad under the Program for the launch of pilot operation of locomotives powered by liquefied and compressed natural gas on the testing ground of the Sverdlov railroad;

  • reconstruction of the Shatrovskaya compressor station;
  • reconstruction of the Dolgoderevenskaya compressor station;
  • reconstruction of the Kartalinskaya compressor station;
  • reconstruction of the Dalmatovskaya compressor station.