The total amount of investments allocated for LUKOIL's environment protection measures (insulation, maintenance and improvement of the oil collection and transportation system, diagnostic examination of pipelines, construction of environmental conservation facilities, reclamation of oil contaminated land sludge treatment, etc.) in the Komi Republic in 2000—2015 came to more than 47.8 billion rubles.
The Company has developed and implemented a plan for emergency oil spill prevention and response. Hydrotechnical facilities have been constructed, comprehensive monitoring of environmental conditions is underway.
Based on the results of the All-Russian review competition organized as part of the conference entitled "New State Environmental Policy in Real Economy" in 2005, LLC LUKOIL-Komi was recognized as "Leader in Nature Conservation Measures in Russia".
In February 2007 following a competition held as part the All-Russian conference "Ecology and Production. Prospects for Development of Economic Ways to Protect the Environment" in St. Petersburg under the auspices of the Federation Council Committee for Science, Culture, Education, Healthcare and Ecology, the State Duma of the RF, Ministry of Natural Resources of the FR, LLC LUKOIL-Komi" was declared winner and awarded a Golden Medal of "European Quality" and a diploma, "100 Best Companies in Russia. Ecology and Environmental Management."
In 2007 LUKOIL was the first company in the Region to finance reproduction of juvenile European grayling. As part of the annual project to reproduce biological resources of the northern rivers over the years almost a million juvenile whitefish and grayling were released into the waters of the rivers Pechora, Kolva, Syn, Izhma, and Usa.
Every year LUKOIL takes part in the republic-wide environmental project titled "The River Band" designed to inspect and and clean up the shores of the main rivers of the Komi Republic.
In 2010 LUKOIL fully eliminated the damage caused by the largest environmental accident of 1994, which was classified by production specialists and scientists as an environmental disaster and made it into the Guinness Book of Records. It became possible due to the efforts aimed at implementing the Environmental Safety Program.
From 2005 to 2012 all sludge collectors were reclaimed at the LUKOIL refinery in Ukhta, and the program of cleaning up and protection of ground waters from petroleum products was introduced.
In September 2013 in Syktyvkar LUKOIL presented its 2014—2018 environmental safety program in the Komi Republic that will come to 22 billion rubles. The program provides for stepped up land reclamation, replenishment of water biological resources, achievement of the 95% associated petroleum gas utilization level as well as rehabilitation and overhaul of pipelines.