Gazprom Transgaz Surgut

formerly Surgutgazprom

100per cent ownership by Gazprom

News and events

Contacts

1, Universitetskaya St.
628412, Surgut
Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, Tyumen Oblast
Russian Federation

(+7 3462) 75-00-09 for references
(+7 3462) 28-37-68 fax
(+7 3462) 75-11-30 fax

telegraf@surgut.gazprom.ru


Gazprom Transgaz Surgut is a member of the Non-Profit Partnership “Association of Gas and Oil Complex Builders Self-Regulated Organization”.

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Head of PR Service

Nelli Latysh

Head of PR Service

(+7 3462) 75-03-61
(+7 3462) 75-08-85 fax

latyshng@surgut.gazprom.ru

Director General

Igor A. Ivanov was born on June 20, 1956 in Murmansk.

In 1979 upon graduation from the Leningrad Polytechnic Institute I. Ivanov was employed by Surguttransgaz Production Association.

From 1994 – Chief Engineer at Surgutgazprom. In 2004 was appointed First Deputy Director General – Chief Engineer at Surgutgazprom.

Since May 2007 – Director General of Surgutgazprom (in January 2008 the company was renamed Gazprom Transgaz Surgut).

Ivanov is a PhD degree holder in Technical Sciences, winner of RAO Gazprom Prize and the Russian Federation Government Prize in Science, Honorary Worker of the Gas Industry. Mr. Ivanov has been awarded with the medal For the Natural Resources Exploitation and Oil & Gas Industry Development in Western Siberia, the medal of the Order for Services to the Fatherland II class.

Deputy of the Tyumen Oblast Duma.

Company History

 

Photo essay

Getting warm welcome home

Gazprom Transgaz Surgut is a 100 per cent subsidiary of Gazprom.

Incorporated in 1977, it has been the successor of Surguttransgaz Production Association since 1989 and of Surgutgazprom since 2007.

The company's development underwent the following crucial milestones: construction of the Urengoy – Chelyabinsk gas trunkline in 1970s and the condensate stabilization plant, development of the Komsomolskoye and Zapadno – Tarkosalinskoye gas fields, construction of the Zapolyarnoye – Urengoy gas trunkline system, the Pur-Tazovskaya compressor station and an extensive network of gas distribution stations.

In February 2007 the company celebrated its 30th anniversary. Over 30 years around 430 billion cubic meters of gas was produced, 2,431 trillion cubic meters of gas was transported. Nearly 103 million tons of oil and gas condensate was produced at the Surgut Condensate Stabilization Plant.

Gazprom Transgaz Surgut activity region

Gazprom Transgaz Surgut Headquarters

Major Activities

Gazprom Transgaz Surgut is one of the largest gas transportation companies of Western Siberia. The company comprises 14 line pipe operation centers, 17 compressor stations and 35 compressor workshops. The company operates 6,213.5 km of gas trunklines and gas laterals as well as 56 gas distribution stations.

The compressor stations of Gazprom Transgaz Surgut are located in the two autonomous okrugs (Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug) and south Tyumen Oblast.

Nowadays, Gazprom Transgaz Surgut is among Gazprom's leading companies by production process automation and new technology adaptation.

The company is successfully dealing with repairs of equipment and maintenance of the Urengoy – Chelyabinsk gas trunkline system as well as with minimizing the technogenic impact on the environment under the natural conditions varying from subarctic tundra to the grove belt in southern Tyumen Oblast.

All the subdivisions of Gazprom Transgaz Surgut possess a fine repair station and social and health & recreation establishments. Compressor stations involve settlements with infant schools, sports & leisure clubs, medical stations and public education institutions.

Novourengoyskaya compressor station

At Purtazovskaya compressor station

Social Policy

In 2007 Gazprom Transgaz Surgut adopted a new socially-oriented Collective Agreement. The Social Safety Program for the company's employees is a consistent system of measures comprising health protection of gas workers, social security of motherhood and childhood, housing and youth policy, additional pension benefits, culture and sports development.

Considerable efforts are being stepped up to execute the purpose-oriented Gazprom to Children program. The children enjoy all opportunities to go in for sports. They are trained in 16 sports at the Fakel sports facilities center achieving impressive results. There are champions and award winners of the Urals Federal District, Tyumen Oblast, autonomous okrugs and of national competitions. Over 60 popular sports activities and competitions among children of various ages are arranged every year.

The program gives priority to the following task – raising a healthy generation and developing creative and spiritual potential in teenagers that will assist in nurturing strong and unified nation. As part of the Gazprom to Children program 11 hockey grounds have been installed in the population centers, in which the company’s subdivisions are located (settlements of Pyt – Yakh, Salym, Demyanka, Ortyagun, Ladny, Yarkovo, Slavny, cities of Noyabrsk, Surgut).

In February 2007 Surgut hosted the second zonal tour of the Fakel corporate festival. The best creative resources represented by more than 150 teams and performers from 15 gas companies disputed the pas in various nominations including vocal, dancing, circus & variety art, original genre and instrumental performance.

Nowadays Gazprom Transgaz Surgut is associated with more than 7 billion RUB of tax payments, charity, rendering of sponsorship assistance to public associations, youth & child organizations, religious confessions, disabled persons, combatants and minority groups of the North. All significant cultural and sports events are taking place in the Tyumen Oblast under the auspices of Gazprom and Gazprom Transgaz Surgut.

Reinsulation of a gas trunkline

Activities at a compressor station

Prospects

The development prospects for Gazprom Transgaz Surgut are linked to better performance and larger volumes of gas transmission. At the same time, the company still esteems the conventional values – intergenerational continuity, respect for labor, society and the land, on which it operates, and which is the home and workplace to its employees.