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Sergey Suslikov is Director General of Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky.
He was born in 1962 in the North Ossetian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
In 1988, he graduated from Krasnodar Polytechnic Institute, majoring in Cooling and Compressor Machines and Units.
Sergey Suslikov has been employed with Gazprom for 28 years.
Fourth-grade repairman, Deputy Head – Chief Engineer at the Akchalokskoye Gas Pipeline Operation Center of the Sredaztransgaz Production Association.
First-category procurement and supply engineer at the Berezanskoye Gas Pipeline Operation Center, later second-category engineer, Chief Engineer, Head of the Kushchevskoye Gas Pipeline Operation Center at Kubangazprom.
Deputy Director General for Gas Transmission at Kubangazprom.
Deputy Director General for Gas Transmission, Deputy Director General for Production, Chief Engineer – First Deputy Director General at Gazprom Transgaz Krasnodar.
Director General of Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky.
In the early 1980s, six major gas pipelines were built near the town of Tchaikovsky in the Urals. The pipelines conveyed Siberian gas to the Urals and further to central Russia and abroad. At the time, the pipelines were operated by the Gorkytransgaz Production Association. The company’s area of operation proved to be expansive, calling for an unbundling in 1984, which resulted in the creation of a new company, Permtransgaz.
In the first year of its existence, Permtransgaz serviced slightly more than 4,000 kilometers of gas pipelines, 17 compressor workshops, and 34 gas distribution stations. The peak of construction and gas transmission development occurred between 1984 and 1991. Up to 1,300 kilometers of gas pipelines and 20 gas compressor units (GCUs) were put into operation every year.
In January 2008, Permtransgaz was renamed Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky.
Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky headquarters
Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom. The company is focused on natural gas transmission to consumers in the Perm Territory, the Republic of Udmurtia, the Kirov Region and the Republic of Tatarstan, as well as on gas transit via 15 gas trunklines to the central regions of the Russian Federation and within and beyond the former Soviet Union. The company maintains over 10,500 kilometers of gas trunklines carrying more than 270 billion cubic meters of gas.
Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky comprises 18 branches, including 12 gas pipeline operation centers, 16 compressor stations, 262 gas compressor units, and 11 CNG filling stations. It has 135 operational gas distribution stations.
The ISO 14001:2015 environmental management system and ISO 50001:2011 energy management system are in place at Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky. The company employs upward of 8,500 people and is headquartered in Tchaikovsky.
In January 2010, Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky adopted an environmental policy defining the company’s strategic goal for environmental protection – to mitigate man-made environmental impacts through, among other things, pollution prevention and rational use of non-renewable natural resources.
In December 2010, a group of experts from an integrated management system certification entity performed a certification audit at Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky to verify compliance with the GOST R ISO 14001–2007 and MS ISO 14001:2004 standards. The company’s environmental management system was certified for compliance in terms of pipeline gas transmission, including the operation of compressor and distribution stations. Based on the results of the certification, Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky received international certificates issued by the European certification body Quality Austria and the international certification network IQNet, as well as a Russian conformity certificate GOST R.
On October 19, 2011, a new version of the environmental policy was adopted so as to improve environmental efficiency at Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky.
In 2016, the company’s environmental management system was reshaped to ensure compliance with the new version of the ISO 14001:2015 international standard. The compliance certificate was issued in September 2016.
In September 2017, a certificate for compliance with the new version of the GOST R ISO 14001–2016 national standard was also obtained.
Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky’s environmental goals are fully in line with the Corporate Environmental Goals of Gazprom and are supplemented by the measures aimed at achieving environmental targets in the relevant lines of activity.
The company constantly explores the ways to achieve environmental goals, subsequently revising and updating them. In 2017, the environmental goals were updated for 2017–2019 and were brought in line with the Corporate Environmental Goals of Gazprom for the same period.
Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky views itself as a socially responsible company, building cultural and sporting facilities, housing, monuments, roads, etc., and providing charitable assistance to organizations and individuals.
The company’s social activities involve a number of programs offering medical services, housing improvements, spa treatment, and social benefits, coupled with sports & cultural events for employees, their families, and retirees.
The company’s cultural and sports center is home to amateur ensembles that win awards and diplomas at Russian and foreign festivals and competitions. The performers are also famous for being repeat winners at the corporate Fakel Festival.
Vertikal dance theater
In the final round of the corporate Fakel Festival held in Sochi in 2017, the company’s ensembles won three first prizes and two second prizes. The top winners were the Solnyshko dance ensemble, the Zabava ensemble of Russian song, and vocalist Marat Khazeev in their respective categories, while second-degree diplomas were awarded to the Vertikal dance theater and artist Alina Veselova.
The company is an active contributor to the Gazprom for Children program, promoting charity and sports, building modern sports and health centers in the areas where the branches operate, and constructing modern playgrounds.
The sports team of Gazprom Transgaz Tchaikovsky regularly participates in Gazprom’s Spartakiada Games, always making the top 10 in team standings and often taking top spots in individual championships.
A properly equipped sports base is a precondition for good results. The company’s base comprises 15 sports and health complexes, three of which are located in Tchaikovsky and nine at its branches. There is also a stadium with artificial turf and tartan track, as well as a 25-meter swimming pool. Athletes can also visit a hockey ground and a ski rental center. All of the company’s sports facilities are open to not only employees but also citizens living near the company’s branches.
- performance testing of GTU-25P on the basis of the PS-90GP-25A engine with a low-emission combustion chamber at the Igrinskaya compressor station;
- installation of the Ural GCU-16 unit at Compressor Shop-2 of the Gornozavodskaya compressor station and testing of the catalytic reduction system to minimize nitrogen oxide emissions by the gas turbine engine to permissible values in compliance with EU standards (down to 50 milligrams per cubic nanometer) as part of the R&D project entitled “Development of technology to reduce air emissions”;
- construction and commissioning of the Lyubimov gas distribution station in Berezniki;
- completion of the remote control infrastructure for the linear section and the gas distribution station.