Solar Wind in Novy Urengoy

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Northern lights. Photo by Danil Khusainov

On September 3, 2016, a photo exhibition entitled ‘Solar Wind’ was opened at the Novy Urengoy Museum of Fine Arts with support from Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg.

Solar Wind in Novy Urengoy
Solar Wind in Novy Urengoy

Solar Wind’ exhibition opening

The opening ceremony was attended by the senior officials of the Novy Urengoy city administration and top executives of Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg. The exhibition is the tenth joint project organized by the gas production company and the museum. All those projects have covered various themes, authors, and art forms. This year’s theme is the aurora borealis.

Northern lights. Photo by Danil Khusainov
Northern lights. Photo by Danil Khusainov

Northern lights. Photo by Danil Khusainov

Northern lights dazzle visitors
Northern lights dazzle visitors

Northern lights dazzle visitors

“Firstly, the northern lights are a unique natural phenomenon, as Urengoy citizens know very well,” Valentin Kramar, Deputy Director General for Human Resources at Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg, said to the audience. “Secondly, the northern lights convey energy, energy of the sun. And everything associated with energy is near and dear to us. It’s not incidental that one of the core values of our company is the energy derived from Russia’s subsoil resources. Thirdly, we have always been proud of our team, as we believe that our employees are very professional and committed. Not only can they produce gas and handle HR, transportation, logistics and so on, but they can also find time for personal development and hobbies to improve our lives and make the world a better place. Danil Khusainov is one of those people. I am happy to present his works here.”

Valentin Kramar delivers opening speech
Valentin Kramar delivers opening speech

Valentin Kramar delivers opening speech

The exhibition includes photos made over the last few years by Danil Khusainov, press photographer for Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg.

Northern lights, September 2012. Photo by Danil Khusainov
Northern lights, September 2012. Photo by Danil Khusainov

Northern lights, September 2012. Photo by Danil Khusainov

The joint efforts of Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg and the museum are aimed at expanding the region’s cultural environment.

YaTV camera crew interviews Tatiana Marchenko, Director of Novy Urengoy Museum of Fine Arts
YaTV camera crew interviews Tatiana Marchenko, Director of Novy Urengoy Museum of Fine Arts

YaTV camera crew interviews Tatiana Marchenko, Director of Novy Urengoy Museum of Fine Arts

Northern lights. Photo by Danil Khusainov
Northern lights. Photo by Danil Khusainov

Northern lights. Photo by Danil Khusainov

Background

Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom that operates in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area.

The company is focused on gas and gas condensate production. Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg develops the Yamburgskoye and Zapolyarnoye fields and holds licenses for the Tazovsky, Parusovy, Yuzhno-Parusovy, Severo-Parusovy, Tazovsko-Zapolyarny, and Seyakhinsky subsurface areas. The company is responsible for the development of the Severo-Kamennomysskoye, Kamennomysskoye-Sea, Chugoryakhinskoye, Obskoye, Semakovskoye, Antipayutinskoye, and Tota-Yakhinskoye fields.

Gas treatment is carried out at 14 comprehensive gas treatment units and 5 pre-treatment units.

Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg employs around 11,000 persons. The company is headquartered in Novy Urengoy.

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