Footballers from Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol win world football championship as part of Russian team
PR Service, Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol
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On October 20, the world 6v6 football championship for amateur teams came to a close in Greece. The victory in the world tournament was won by the Russian team featuring employees of Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol.
Russian team at world 6v6 football championship prior to match against Americans. Greece, 2019. Photo by Amateur Football League
The prestigious amateur tournament involved 40 national teams that had come to the Greek island of Crete from all over the world. The team from Russia included three employees of Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol: Alexander Kuksov, Zaurbek Ikoev, and Rustam Ramazanov.
Left to right: Alexander Kuksov, Rustam Ramazanov, and Zaurbek Ikoev at 6v6 football championship in Greece, 2019
The title of the best player in the competition went to Rustam Ramazanov, who scored as many as two goals in the final match with the Polish team. He is employed with the Svetlogradskoye Gas Pipeline Operation Center of Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol.
Rustam Ramazanov, best player at world championship in Greece, 2019. Photo by Amateur Football League
“The football players from our company had a truly triumphant showing in Greece, as the gas workers made a substantial contribution to the victory of the national team,” said Alexey Zavgorodnev, Director General of Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol. “Now, the victorious achievements of our athletes will be a cause for pride not just in their hometown but across the entire country.”
Russian athletes win world 6v6 football championship for amateur teams. Greece, 2019. Photo by Amateur Football League
Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom.
The company operates linear gas trunklines that pass through 10 constituent entities of the North Caucasus and Southern Federal Districts of the Russian Federation. It also ensures that gas is supplied to Georgia, Armenia, Turkey, and the Republic of South Ossetia.
Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol consists of 18 branches, including 10 gas pipeline operation centers.
The company's annual gas transmission volumes vary from 60 to 70 billion cubic meters, while the total length of gas pipelines exceeds 8,000 kilometers. The company operates 12 compressor stations, 19 workshops, 11 types of gas compressors with a total installed capacity of 1,035.9 MW, and over 360 gas distribution stations.
Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol has in place an Integrated System of Occupational Health, Industrial and Fire Safety Management conforming to the international OHSAS 18000:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management System standard.
The gas transmission company's environmental management system complies with the requirements of the ISO 14001:2015 international standard.
Gazprom Transgaz Stavropol employs over 7,500 people. It is headquartered in Stavropol.