Total of 1400 company employees and contractors holding Russian citizenship took part in the voting.
Sakhalin Energy is carrying out its first-time MR axial compressor modification and charcoal adsorbent replacement at the LNG plant. The activities have been planned to be a part of the 2020 turnaround that is being executed across the Sakhalin-2 integrated gas chain.
Early voting, which started on June 21, continues at the сompany’s remote production assets. The hardest part was organising the process at the offshore oil and gas production platforms: Piltun-Astokhskoye-A (Molikpaq), Piltun-Astokhskoye-B, and Lunskoye-A.
This year the event started on 17 June. It was attended by employees of all assets and units of the company, as well as its contracting organisations – some 10 thousand people all in all.
Special film shows in conjunction with the Victory parade were held on 24 June in the Sakhalin Art Museum. Two war films from Mosfilm film archives − “The Story of a Real Man” and “Doctor Vera”, started a retrospective cycle of thematic shows.
On 21 June voting took place at the onshore processing facility (OPF) located in the North-East of Sakhalin Island.
Yana Kim from Nadezhda Liceum in Kholmsk, Nelly Gorbunova from Korsakov’s Secondary School No.4, Semyon Vybornov from Troitskoye (Polytechnic College of Sakhalin State University) and Boris Duschenko (Liceum No.2), Andrey Rusetskiy (Secondary School No.3) and Timur Samatov (Gymnasium No. 3) from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk were announced as the winners of the 2020 Scholarship Programme.
On the eve of the Medical Worker Day, Sakhalin Energy congratulated the corporate Health Section on their professional holiday.
Sakhalin Energy has extended the development licenses for Piltun-Astokhskoye and Lunskoye fields in the Sea of Okhotsk, which were issued to the company in May 1996 initially for a period of 25 years. The subsurface licenses have been prolonged by five years – until 19 May 2026.