The Fuel, a theatrical project, took place on Sakhalin on 12–17 July. Being implemented as part of the cultural strategy of Sakhalin Energy's social performance, it was aimed at developing the region’s creative cluster.
Children's competition "Safety on the Water" was held in Dolinsk district near Naiba river within the framework of the programme “Safety Is Important!”. It is implemented jointly by Sakhalin Energy, Sakhalin Oblast EMERCOM and the regional Ministry of Education.
Poronaysk saw the start of the Sakhalin Oblast championship in national sports for indigenous children. The three-day competition brings together 67 young athletes aged 10 to 17. They represent seven indigenous districts − Alexandrovsk-Sakhalinsk, Okha, Nogliki, Poronaysk, Smirnykh, Tymovsk and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
At the Special Conference of Sakhalin indigenous minorities held in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk it was decided to agree to the implementation of the fourth Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities Development Plan (SIMDP). The tripartite programme is based on public-private partnership between the Regional Council of the Authorised Representatives of the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities, the Sakhalin Oblast Government and Sakhalin Energy. Fifty eight delegates from seven districts of traditional residence of Sakhalin indigenous ethnic groups gathered in the island capital to discuss the draft Plan.
Representatives of the leading regional companies and contractors of the oil and gas complex met in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk at the premises the Technical Oil and Gas Institute of Sakhalin State University (SakhSU) to discuss topical issues of developing manpower for oil and gas companies. Organised in cooperation of the regional Ministry of Education and the Sakhalin Oblast Agency for Human Resource Development, the event was attended by 14 companies, including Sakhalin Energy.
This year’s winners are young residents of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk: Olga Kondrashova (Gymnasium No. 2), Vladislav Gurov (School No. 26), Vladislav Lee, Anna Kan, Alexander Olovyanishnikov (Lyceum No. 1), and graduates of the Nogliki Gymnasium Diana Nagimova and Nikita Polovikov.