The Presidential Envoy to the Ural Federal District Vladimir Yakushev, as well as Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Yuri Borisov arrived on Yamal on a working visit. The day before, a new Arctic gas pipeline was launched there. It linked the gas processing facilities at the Novoportovskoye field with the country's unified gas transmission system. Also at the Bovanenkovskoye oil and gas condensate field, a high-ranking delegation held a meeting at which they discussed the development of cooperation between Russian machine-building enterprises and Gazprom.
“Today we have just looked at those directions, concrete already, where there are serious prospects. Therefore, of course, the work should be continued, interaction of all levels of government is necessary, interaction of Gazprom and allied partners is necessary, so in the near future there is a lot of serious work to be done," said Vladimir Yakushev, the President's Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Urals Federal District.
“The purpose of this meeting is to once again look at and analyze the needs of Gazprom as a customer and the capabilities of the Russian industry on the problem of import substitution and the development of promising modern technologies in exploration, production, transportation and, I hope, in the future, and in the processing of hydrocarbons,” said the deputy prime-minister of the Russian Federation Yuri Borisov.
At the same time, a strategic session on the implementation of Arctic projects took place in Tyumen. The participants were greeted by Yuri Borisov. More than two hundred specialists from 23 regions of Russia met at the Technopark. They talked about the potential of the oil and gas industry, attracting investors, new approaches and technologies for gas production in extreme permafrost conditions. Today they must comply with international standards, including environmental ones. The Ural regions are pursuing an active policy in this direction. The leaders of the leading enterprises in the sphere shared their experience. And the Deputy Governor of the Tyumen Region Andrei Panteleev told what contribution the Tyumen Region can make to the solution of the issues of the development of the Arctic. The oil and gas cluster in the region was created back in 2019.
“If we talk about the volume of the cluster, this is 250 billion volumes of cluster members. We have long gone beyond the region and companies from 7 regions are participating in the cluster,” said Deputy Governor of the Tyumen Region Andrey Panteleev.