On May 29th, 2019 the head of Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) - Mr. Aisen Nikolaev, met with the top managers of Irkutsk Oil Company. The Chairman of the Board of Directors and founder of INK, Nikolay Buinov, took part in the meeting.
A new generation of digital surgical complex OR 1 designed for endosurgery of newborns and infants has been commissioned at Ivano-Matryoninskaya City Children's Hospital (Irkutsk). The cost of equipment manufactured in Germany and its installation amounted to 42 mln.rub., which were donated by Irkutsk Oil Company (INK).
INK Contributed 6.7 Billion Rubles, in Taxes, to the Irkutsk Region’s Government in the First Half of 2017
Tax payments of INK and its subsidiaries (collectively, INK Group) to the consolidated budget of the Irkutsk region in the first half of 2017 amounted to 6.7 billion rubles, an almost 150% increase relative to the same period in 2016.
Irkutsk Oil Company will contribute more than 100 million rubles to various social programs in the Irkutsk region
Irkutsk Oil Company has signed an additional agreement based on social and economic cooperation with the Irkutsk regional government of 2017. For the past few years, the Irkutsk Oil Company has been sponsoring various regional programs and events, but this year the donations will exceed100 million rubles. The Group implements major projects in four municipal districts - Ust-Kutsky, Nizhne-Ilimsky, Kirensky, and Katangsky.
Once again, Irkutsk Oil Company proves its unwavering commitment to the community and environment of the Irkutsk region. When fires began to rage over the forests of the Olkhonsky, Kachugsky, and Bayandaysky districts, the forest destruction was greatly minimized by Irkutsk Oil Company’s prompt donation of over 500,000 rubles to the regional forest-fire fighting team.
Under an agreement with the regional government, Irkutsk Oil Company provided 300,000 rubles for funding projects of the Russian Geographical Society’s East Siberian branch. Most of these funds will finance a project in a Youth Sports School in Zheleznogorsk-Ilimsky city named "The Paths of Siberian Explorers".
During the winter period, which in northern regions can last up to six months, Irkutsk Oil Company’s employees and equipment regularly come to help remote villages. For instance, the company often clears roads of snow, delivers fuel to allow continuous operation of social institutions, and provides villages with much needed electricity. This winter, for example, specialists from Irkutsk Oil Company urgently restored engineering systems in a school in Bur village (Katanga region) and in a hospital in Verhnemarkovo village (Ust’-Kut region).
Irkutsk Oil Company has purchased an ambulance car for Katangsky hospital under the Agreement on Social and Economic Cooperation between the company and Irkutsk Regional Government. A vehicle is on the way to Erbogachen village now.
During the week of March 9, 2011, representatives of Irkutsk Oil Company visited several sparsely populated areas of the municipality of Nepsky – Tokma, Nepa and Ika – and attended local community meetings to listen to local residents’ proposals and concerns and report them to the company’s management. Discussions showed that residents were mostly interested in HSE-related issues, employment, and sponsorship. Representatives of Irkutsk Oil Company explained that HSE-related issues are of the highest priority for the company, which is implementing two action plans on environmental protection and cooperation with stakeholders.
Irkutsk Oil Company has signed a social and economic partnership agreement with the Government of Irkutsk region. The document was endorsed by Mr. Vladimir Pashkov, Vice Governor of Irkutsk region, and Mrs. Marina Sedykh, CEO of Irkutsk Oil Company. Pursuant to the list of social activities, the total INK’s sponsorship in 2011 is planned to be 21.5 million rubles, which is 1.8 higher than the amount of sponsorship in 2010. Key activities will be performed in three municipalities – Ust’-Kutsky, Kirensky and Katangsky.
On December 13, 2010, public consultations related to the environmental impact assessment (EIA) of implementation the development projects of Irkutsk Oil Company’s subsidiaries, ‘INK-Zapad’, and ‘INK-Sever’ were held with locals in the Erbogachen village.