Transneft Energy has put into commercial operation an electrical energy quality monitoring system (EEQMS) that continuously controls electrical energy parameters at Transneft power facilities engaged in transportation (transshipment) of oil and petroleum products across the Russian Federation.
Starting from 1 July 2018, Transneft Energy has received the right to participate in the trade of electric energy and power on the wholesale market of new delivery point clusters.
Employees of Transneft Energy have become prize-winners of the regional stage of the 4th Summer Sports Festival of Transneft Subsidiaries.
The final stage of the Student League of the 4th CASE-IN International Engineering Championship has been held in Moscow with Transneft Energy acting as its title partner
Transneft Energy has hosted the 2nd session for young professionals from 17 Transneft subsidiaries, who keep generating scenarios for technological development of the FES (fuel and energy sector) of Russia.
Transneft Energy has participated in the 6th Data Center Design & Engineering 2018 international conference and exhibition dedicated to designing, constructing and operating data centre engineering systems.
In 2017, specialists of Transneft Energy conducted more than 8,700 audits of energy facilities of the Transneft system entities located in the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan.
On 1 April 2018, Transneft Energy was granted the right to be engaged in wholesale of electrical energy and power via its new delivery point clusters to consumers
A meeting of fledgling specialists from 17 Transneft subsidiaries has taken place at Transneft Energy. They were tasked with forecasting technological progress in the Russian FES (fuel and energy sector).
Last year’s energy saving measures enabled Transneft to save 17,000 tons of oil equivalent (TOE) or RUB 360.5 million.