LUKOIL is one of the largest oil & gas vertical integrated companies in the world accounting for over 2% of crude production and circa 1% of proved hydrocarbon reserves globally.
As part of its program of environmental protection, LUKOIL is
implementing an ambitious initiative aimed to restore Russia’s fish resources. Almost
90 million fry of commercially valuable fishes, including sturgeon, pike, pike
perch and sterlet, will be released this year into rivers and water bodies in the
areas of the company’s operations.
LUKOIL was the first oil
company in Russia to endorse the “Zero Routine Flaring by 2030” initiative.
Announced by the World Bank in April of 2015, it aimed to join together the efforts
of government authorities, oil companies and public organizations in the sphere
of beneficiary utilization of APG.
a construction project set in motion by LUKOIL at its Volgograd Refinery, a
10-megawatt solar power station will be erected on plots of land not involved
in the production cycle. The commissioning is slated for the first quarter of 2018.
LUKOIL has presented its corporate environmental program and
Environmental Culture Brochure at the 21st Uzbekistan International Oil and Gas
Exhibition and Conference (OGU-2017). The plan of actions to preserve the biodiversity of the Khauzak-Shady
area developed by the Company has become the first plan of nature conservation
area management for Uzbekistan.
LUKOIL initiated a visit of managers of Russian and international
organizations to the Komi Republic to demonstrate the results of a fire
response at A.Alabushin field. The group of visitors included the representatives of Greenpeace, WWF, the Russian
Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of Natural
LUKOIL Group’s subsidiary,
LUKOIL Romania SRL, has successfully requalified its ISO 9001 and EN ISO 14001
integrated management system and has become one of the first companies of
Romanian oil industry to comply with the international product quality, health,
industrial and environmental safety standards as revised in 2015.
LUKOIL will spend more than
500 million rubles to implement the environmental program in the region, which includes
systematic monitoring of natural environment components, efforts to reduce air
emissions and volumes of natural water intake, to restore disturbed land and to
raise the level of associated petroleum gas utilization.
Students of the
Sirius Educational Center and LUKOIL Group’s younger employees planted olive
trees in Sochi.
The olive- grove groundbreaking ceremony was attended by Russia’s Deputy Prime
Minister for Social Issues Olga Golodets, Governor of the Krasnodar Region
Veniamin Kondratyev, Mayor of Sochi Anatoly Pakhomov and Vice President of
LUKOIL for HR Management and Security Anatoly Moskalenko.
Epoxy, silicate and enamel coatings, reinforced polymeric and fiberglass
materials will be applied on over 65% of LUKOIL’s modernized and new
pipelines at potentially hazardous areas in 2017 to enhance corrosion
resistance of pipes. Their service life will be extended by means of
corrosion inhibitors and cathodic protection.
LUKOIL presented its
environmental program and a booklet, ECOlogical Culture, as part of a
roundtable discussion at Subsea Valley, one of Norway’s major industry conferences,