PJSC LUKOIL has been operating in Krasnodar Territory since the founding of CJSC LUKOIL-Chernomorye in 1994. In 1998 LUKOIL entered the fuel sales market. The key element of ensuring favorable conditions for the current business and further development of the Company is the extension of the Company's relations with regional authorities.
To implement RF Government Decree No. 1334-r of August 11, 2010, LUKOIL made a commitment to build CCGT units. The largest of them, CCGT-410, was built at the Krasnodar CHP plant.
The first bulk plant was built in the village of Yurovka, Anapa district.
CJSC LUKOIL-Chernomorye won the RF Government award for Quality.
A classroom for filling station operators was commissioned in the town of Krasnodar. It received state-of-the-art equipment to hold training sessions encompassing modern recommended work practices.
A bulk plant was commissioned in Sochi which is a promising area of strategic importance for the country.
The first ever Russian filling station powered by solar energy was built and commissioned in Sochi.
LLC LUKOIL-Kubanenergo was established to absorb the Krasnodar CHP plant as well as the following hydroelectric power plants: Belorechenskaya, Krasnopolyanskaya, Maikopskaya (in 2011 they became part of LLC LUKOIL-Ekoenergo).
The CCGT-410 unit at the Krasnodar CHP plant was commissioned. The opening ceremony was attended by: D.A. Medvedev, President of the RF, V.Yu. Alekperov, President of PJSC LUKOIL, A. N. Tkachyov, Governor of Krasnodar Territory.
The ECTO plus fuel unit was commissioned at the Enem bulk plant to supply filling stations in Krasnodar and its suburbs with branded Euro-5 fuel.
The Krasnaya Polyana hydroelectric power station was launched after reconstruction to provide electricity to the Olympic facilities of the Sochi-2014 Winter Olympics.
Corporate design of the complex automated filling station system was fully commissioned to optimize the logistics and supply issues, bring the petroleum product sales metering and monitoring system to a whole new level ruling out the possibility of abuse, which made it possible for the customers to enjoy the highest quality of services and precision filling.
Together with the System Operator UES of Russia, the Company tested the automated CCGT control system. The tests confirmed that CCGT-410 unit of the Krasnodar CHP plant was qualified to participate in the general primary frequency control of the united energy grid of Russia.
Upgrade of the Krasnaya Polyana HEPP was completed. The power plant was the main power supplier during the Sochi-2014 Winter Olympics. The project was implemented in record-breaking time simultaneously with construction of the Olympic facilities amid tightened security. The unique character of this project manifests itself in the fact that all of the operations were conducted while the generating equipment was in operation.
Another important stage in the development of relations with regional authorities was preparation and closing of the cooperation agreement between PJSC LUKOIL and the Krasnodar Territory Government focused on the 2013-2018 investment program. This agreement was signed by V.Yu. Alekperov, President of PJSC LUKOIL, and A.N. Tkachyov, Head of the Territory Administration in 2013 during the Economic Forum in Sochi. To implement the above-mentioned agreement, LUKOIL supports Krasnodar Territory sports teams.
In 2015 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory in World War II, major charity campaigns were organized including renovation and purchasing modern equipment for hospital rooms in Krasnodar, Stavropol, and Maikop. On the eve of the anniversary of the Great Victory, targeted aid was given to veterans and participants of the Great Patriotic War, and memorial vigils were organized.
Due to the difficult situation with floods LUKOIL repeatedly provided extensive financial support to those who the flood victims allocating funds and building houses. On top of that, LUKOIL has a well developed system of supporting its employees and their families. The employees of subsidiaries working in the region support orphanages, specialized institutions for children with disabilities, and provide targeted aid to needy families on a regular basis.