Turkmenistan’s Turkmennebit SC names amount of work performed at trust

Oil&Gas Materials 27 January 2021 16:19 (UTC +04:00)
Turkmenistan’s Turkmennebit SC names amount of work performed at trust

BAKU, Azerbaijan, January 27

By Jeila Aliyeva - Trend:

The mechanical repair plant of the Nebitgazburavlayysh trust of Turkmenistan’s Turkmennebit State Concern performed mechanical repair work in the amount of more than 7.9 million Turkmen manat ($2.3 million), Trend reports with reference to Nebit-Gaz electronic newspaper.

The production task was completed in excess of the plan, the report says.

Thus, the amount of work performed on the manufacture of spare parts and measuring devices was about 4.1 million manat ($1.2 million).

At the oil and gas enterprises, auxiliary installations were repaired in the amount of 2.5 million manat ($713,553).

The plant is equipped with 150 types of technical equipment and installations that allow performing various works on the manufacture of spare parts, repair, and restoration of equipment, to carry out their installation and adjustment.

At the same time, the plant develops new types of products, introduces modern technologies.

Turkmenistan is investing heavily in the modernization and diversification of the oil and gas industry, the widespread introduction of advanced technologies that ensure deep processing of hydrocarbons, and the equipping of enterprises with modern equipment and equipment.

At the same time, the use of innovative technologies in the oil and gas industry allows for the manufacture of high-quality petroleum products and gas chemical products with improved environmental characteristics that meet international norms and standards and reduce the level of harmful emissions into the environment.

The range of measures implemented in the oil and gas sector also includes the use of modern methods for controlling the number of pollutants released, automatic systems for detecting leaks and omissions on main oil and gas pipelines, in gas distribution networks, efficient utilization of associated gases in oil fields and production waste, and others.

Such projects of Turkmenistan as The Kiyanly Gas Chemical Complex and the plant for the production of synthetic gasoline from natural gas in the Akhal region, new technological installations of The Turkmenbashi Complex of Oil Refineries are recognized as highly effective by international experts.

The country is also developing a national strategy for the development of renewable energy.


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