The women’s bandy competition (for women under the age of 17) will be held in 2017 through February 22-26th in Irkutsk and Shelekhov. The Irkutsk Oil Company contributed five million rubles to the competition this year. The company has sponsored the same bandy competition three years ago, but it was for men.
Irkutsk Oil completed construction of three additional storages, 20,000 cubic meters each, at the Markovsky’s uploading facility. Therefore, the capacity of the uploading facility of pipeline connected to ESPO increased by almost three times - to 95,000 tons.
Recently, the Markovsky power plant added four new gas-powered electric generators of Caterpillar design, all of which make over 1 megawatts. The three existing generators, capping at 1 MW each, now act as back-ups. The upgraded facility has the potential to generate over 7 megawatts.
The Elena Bulgakova Volleyball Tournament, named in honour of the eponymous trainer, took place in Irkutsk during the 13th and 14th of February in the stadium of Irkutsk National Technical Research University (IRNITU). INK organized the event and its team won the men’s competition.
INK took the onus of sponsoring the Siberian Youth Boxing Championship, a tournament for aspiring boxers between the ages of 15-16. On February 14th, in sports hall “Trud”, the Championship concluded with the decisive victory of the Irkutsk regional team, which boasted a victory of 4 gold medal, one silver medal, and three bronze medals.
JSC “INK-Zapad”, a joint venture among Limited Liability Company “Irkutsk Oil Company” (INK), ITOCHU Corporation, INPEX CORPORATION and Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC), commences pilot production of Ichyodinskoye oil field discovered in 2012. The oil field is located within Zapadno-Yaraktinsky license block (Ust-Kutsky district and Katangsky district of Irkutsk region).
Irkutsk Oil has officially connected a new (and larger) diameter pipe to the main ESPO pipeline system. This tie-in to the ESPO pipeline was made near the Transneft’s pump station "#7". The operation took place from the 15th to the 17th of September, during the ESPO’s planned shutdown.
Irkutsk Oil Company is on track for the construction of the gas processing plant and corresponding infrastructure by October 2015. The general contractor reported that the development of the 3.6 million nm³/year gas processing plant at Yaraktinsky field has surpassed 65% completion and the construction of the liquid petroleum gas (LPG) uploading terminal and storages (in Ust’-Kut) is more than 30% complete.
The XXXIV World Championships for Bandy had ceremonially concluded in Irkutsk, proving to be the biggest sporting event of the year 2014 in the Irkutsk region. We congratulate the Russian victors, who faced off against the Swedish team, beating them 3:2, and claiming the title of World Champions the second time in a row.
Irkutsk Oil’s Mr. Grigoriy Ivanov became one of the 227 torchbearers who participated on November 27th, 2013 in the relay in Irkutsk. He ran across a road that passed over the Irkutsk main dam. On the total, the participants bore the torch that day for 34 km and the day culminated with a big concert.
On the 10th of November 2011 Irkutsk Oil Company supplied first million tons of oil to ESPO (East Siberia – Pacific Ocean) pipeline. The company’s president Mr. Nikolay Buynov and Mrs. Marina Sedykh, CEO greeted employees with this important milestone achievement.
As of July 11th, 2011, Irkutsk Oil Company has delivered its 500th thousand ton of oil into Transneft’s ESPO system. The Company hopes that another important milestone of 1 million tons of crude oil uploaded into ESPO would be reached by year end. The construction of 62 km connecting pipeline from Yaraktinsky field to ESPO with capacity of 3.5 million tons per year was completed in the end of 2010. The pipeline was put into operation on January 18, 2011 and its first ton of oil was delivered via ESPO pipeline to port Kozmino in February of this year.
In end of 2010 Irkutsk Oil Company has completed the construction of a 62 km pipeline connection from Yaraktinsky field to Transneft’s ESPO pipeline with the annual throughput capacity of 3.5 million tons. The total cost of the pipeline and deliver-acceptance facility construction exceeded 2 billion rubles.
Today, September 15, Irkutsk Oil Company shipped its second million ton of production from the railroad terminal in Ust’-Kut. For almost ten years, Irkutsk oilmen have been working hard to achieve this remarkable result.