With the assistance of Transneft Baltic’s security directorate employees, police officers of the Main Office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region have detained red-handed members of a criminal group at the time of diesel fuel theft from the Yaroslavl – Primorsk 1 petroleum products trunk pipeline (PPTP) in Kirishi District of Leningrad Region.
Transneft Baltic has summed up the results of the events implemented in the Year of Memory and Glory which was announced in the Russian Federation in 2020 on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.
Transneft Baltic’s professional emergency rescue team (PERT) has passed the periodic certification of the Ministry of Energy commission and thus confirmed its right to conduct emergency rescue operations.
Transneft Baltic has held a comprehensive emergency response drill (CERD) at the BPS-2 oil trunk pipeline underwater crossing via the Zapadnaya Dvina River and a number of other important facilities of Tver Region.
Transneft Baltic has underwent an external surveillance audit for compliance of its occupational health management, environmental and energy management systems with international standards. The audit was carried out on the basis of the Novgorod Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate (NRPD).
Transneft Baltic has completed technical upgrading of a leaks and drainage collection system at the mainline pump house No. 1 of the Bykovo line operation dispatcher station (LODS) of the Yaroslavl Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate (YRPD) in Novgorod Region.
The innovative station operates with the use of a moving bed biofilm bioreactor – biochips; it is more efficient in providing sustainable treatment with changing qualitative and quantitative characteristics of incoming wastewater. The equipment can adapt to various operating conditions, including changes in temperature conditions, uneven concentration of air pollutants.
On 16 December 2020, Transneft Baltic completed the elimination of the illegal tapping consequences at the Yaroslavl – Primorsk 2 petroleum products trunk pipeline (PPTP) in Pestovo District of Novgorod Region.
On 12 December 2020, Transneft Baltic specialists finished the elimination of the illegal tapping consequences at the Yaroslavl – Primorsk 1 petroleum products trunk pipeline (PPTP) in Kirishi District of Leningrad Region. A contaminated area of 840 m2 was completely cleaned up.
On 4 December 2020 at 16:30 (Moscow time) in Pestovo District of Novgorod region, an inspector of Transneft Baltic discovered an illegal tapping with diesel fuel release at the Yaroslavl – Primorsk 2 petroleum products trunk pipeline.