Severneftegazprom

40.00045per cent ownership by Gazprom

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Contacts

POB 1130
629300, Novy Urengoy
Tyumen Region
Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area
Russia

+7 3494 24-81-06
+7 3494 24-81-16 fax

sngp@sngp.com

en.severneftegazprom.com

Ksenia Vadaturskaya

Head of PR and Media Relations Service

+7 3494 24-81-31
vki@sngp.com

Elena Kolganova

Deputy Head of PR and Media Relations Service

+7 3494 93-31-32
kolganovaES@sngp.com

Management

Vladimir Dmitruk is Director General of Severneftegazprom.

He was born on April 15, 1970, in Kaliningrad.

Education

Vladimir Dmitruk has degrees from the Gubkin Russian State Academy of Oil and Gas and Tyumen State Oil and Gas University.

He has a PhD in Engineering.

Professional experience

Vladimir Dmitruk was employed at Surgutgazprom, Noyabrskgazdobycha and Nadymgazprom.

2007–2015

Director General of Gazprom Podzemremont Urengoy.

Since November 2015

Director General of Severneftegazprom.

Awards and titles

For his long service, Vladimir Dmitruk has certificates of merit from the Governor of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area, the Mayor of Novy Urengoy and the Legislative Assembly of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area, as well as badges from the Russian Oil, Gas and Construction Workers’ Union.

In 2013, he received Gazprom’s Science and Technology Prize.

He is the author and co-author of 2 monographs, 3 manuscripts, 54 articles, and 11 patents.

Company history

Severneftegazprom was set up on January 9, 1998, with the aim of developing oil, gas and condensate fields in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area of the Tyumen Region.

On June 1, 2001, Severneftegazprom was transformed from a limited liability company into an open joint stock company. In the same year, it obtained a license to develop Yuzhno-Russkoye, one of the largest oil, gas and condensate fields in Russia, located in the Krasnoselkupsky District (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area, Tyumen Region). The aggregate reserves of the Yuzhno-Russkoye field are currently estimated at 1 trillion cubic meters of gas. As of January 1, 2018, the field contained 657.686 billion cubic meters of gas in the A+B1 category and 83.656 billion cubic meters in the B2 category; its condensate reserves amounted to 0.369 million tons in the А+В1 category and 4.039 million tons in the B2 category, with 11.019 million tons of oil in the А+В1 category and 35.826 million tons in the В2 category.

Frank-Walter Steinmeier (left), German Minister of Foreign Affairs (2005–2009), and Dmitry Medvedev, Russian Prime Minister, Chairman of Gazprom Board of Directors (2002–2008)

Frank-Walter Steinmeier (left), German Minister of Foreign Affairs (2005–2009), and Dmitry Medvedev, Russian Prime Minister, Chairman of Gazprom Board of Directors (2002–2008)

Eduard Khudainatov (left), Director General of Severneftegazprom (2003–2008), at commissioning ceremony of Yuzhno-Russkoye field on December 18, 2007

Today, the company is among the Gazprom Group’s main production assets. Wintershall Holding GmbH (Germany) and OMV Exploration & Production GmbH (Austria) are also the company’s shareholders.

Major activities

Severneftegazprom is engaged in natural gas production, collection, treatment and marketing, as well as prospecting, geological exploration and construction contractor services.

The gas infrastructure of Yuzhno-Russkoye is currently among the most cutting-edge and well-developed in Russia. The field has the design capacity of 25 billion cubic meters of gas per year.

Severneftegazprom’s area of operation

Severneftegazprom’s area of operation

Facilities of Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field

Facilities of Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field

Severneftegazprom was the first company in the country to start extracting gas from a Turonian deposit containing stranded gas, the reserves of which in Western Siberia alone are estimated at 3 trillion cubic meters. In April 2012, the first producing well was brought onstream in an official ceremony, marking a new stage in the development of the national gas industry.

Alexander Medvedev (left), Deputy Chairman of Gazprom Management Committee, Chairman of Board of Directors of Severneftegazprom, and Stanislav Tsygankov, Director General of Severneftegazprom (2011–2015), at commissioning ceremony of Turonian well on April 7, 2012

Alexander Medvedev (left), Deputy Chairman of Gazprom Management Committee, Chairman of Board of Directors of Severneftegazprom, and Stanislav Tsygankov, Director General of Severneftegazprom (2011–2015), at commissioning ceremony of Turonian well on April 7, 2012

First producing well in Turonian gas deposit at Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field

First producing well in Turonian gas deposit at Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field

Environmental policy

Addressing environmental challenges and preserving ecological integrity in the company’s area of operation are among the top priorities of Severneftegazprom.

Environmental protection ranks among company’s priorities

Environmental protection ranks among company’s priorities

Severneftegazprom adopted and maintains an integrated management system in compliance with the following international standards: ISO 50001:2011 ‘Energy Management System,’ ISO 9001:2015 ‘Quality Management System,’ ISO 14001:2015 ‘Environmental Management System,’ and OHSAS 18001:2007 ‘Occupational Health and Safety Management System.’

The company makes heavy investments in nature conservation and issues annual Environmental Reports, which are available from its corporate website.

Social responsibility

Apart from its mineral resources, Yamal is famous for the unique cultural and ethnic traditions and crafts of the indigenous peoples of the Extreme North. While developing the Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field, Severneftegazprom makes a point of helping indigenous minorities preserve their traditional lifestyles, identity and culture.

Severneftegazprom helps indigenous population of Yamal

Severneftegazprom helps indigenous population of Yamal

Reindeer Herder’s Day in Ratta village

Reindeer Herder’s Day in Ratta village

The company’s relations with the indigenous population and the regional and local authorities are governed by General Cooperation Agreements with municipal administrations. Severneftegazprom contributes to projects in such essential spheres as healthcare, education, culture, children’s sports, and social support for senior citizens and veterans.

Alexander Medvedev (center) and Stanislav Tsygankov (left) handing out presents to Geolog hockey team from Urengoy settlement

Alexander Medvedev (center) and Stanislav Tsygankov (left) handing out presents to Geolog hockey team from Urengoy settlement

Over the years of its existence, Severneftegazprom has provided more than RUB 960 million worth of support for the aforementioned causes.

Severneftegazprom-donated monument in Krasnoselkup village

Severneftegazprom-donated monument in Krasnoselkup village

Housing and administrative complex with ancillary infrastructure and communications, including some 19 major facilities, with total worth of about RUB 414 million, donated by Severneftegazprom to Urengoy municipality in 2017

Housing and administrative complex with ancillary infrastructure and communications, including some 19 major facilities, with total worth of about RUB 414 million, donated by Severneftegazprom to Urengoy municipality in 2017

Prospects

Today, Severneftegazprom is a modern, high-tech and dynamic company. In the long term, Severneftegazprom plans to bring the second booster compressor workshop into operation, extend the boundaries of the company’s licensed area, prepare the Turonian gas deposit for commercial development, and continue to be one of the Gazprom Group’s leading gas producers exploring new deposits and employing new production technologies.

Well cluster at Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field

Well cluster at Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field

Facilities of Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field

Facilities of Yuzhno-Russkoye oil, gas and condensate field