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Search by tag «Environmental news 2023»

26 December 2023 14:00

Rosneft has completed the reconstruction of five boiler stations of the Nizhny Tagil heating and power complex

22 December 2023 14:06

The Rosneft pavilion at the Russia Expo hosted the Power Engineer’s Day

22 December 2023 14:04

Udmurtneft (operated jointly by Rosneft and Sinopec) is introducing an alternative power supply system, which uses solar cells to power oil production facilities

13 November 2023 16:53

Rosneft’s Samara group of enterprises — Samaraneftegaz, Novokuibyshevsk Refinery, Kuibyshev Refinery, Syzran Refinery, Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company, and Novokuibyshevsk Oil and Additives Plant — summed up the results of the first competition of the grant programme for a project to study the nesting sites of the white-tailed eagle in Samara Region.

09 November 2023 15:44

Rosneft’s research institutes in Tomsk and Tyumen have designed a concept for intelligent development of gas and gas condensate fields.

08 November 2023 16:49

Specialists from Tyumenneftegaz (an enterprise of the Rosneft Oil Company) summarised the results of a grant project to study Lake Solyonoye, a natural monument of regional importance, at a round table with the participation of the scientific community and experts.

25 October 2023 13:37

Rosneft launched a project to adapt technologies to control fugitive emissions of methane and other hydrocarbons and improve industrial safety at production facilities of its refineries.

24 October 2023 13:34

Rosneft, together with a non-governmental development institute Innopraktika, developed an online lecture course "Ocean Mysteries. Marine Mammals of Russia".

13 October 2023 15:31

Rosneft leads the green agenda and cares about preserving the environment in the course of its production activities.

13 October 2023 15:20

As part of Rosneft's biodiversity conservation programme, scientists from the Tungusky State Nature Reserve determined the dependence of red deer migration on forage and safety conditions.