Turkmen oil industry workers undergo training in Russia
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, April 4
By Huseyn Hasanov - Trend
The employees of the Turkmennebit (Turkmenoil) State Concern underwent training in the Tatneft Personnel Training Center, said a message posted on the Russian oil company's website.
The Tatneft Personnel Training Center trains and improves professional skills of workers and specialists in oil extraction industry.
"The partnership in oil and gas production between Tatneft and Turkmennebit allows Turkmen specialists to undergo training at the company's enterprises," the message said.
This is the fourth group from Turkmenistan, which is getting acquainted with the innovative processes of the company. This time Turkmennebit’s specialists were involved in the training entitled "Automation and Instrumentation of Oil and Gas Production Processes and Communication". The specialists studied the issues of automatic monitoring of production processes and measuring instruments, visited a number of oil and gas production facilities and service enterprises.
Tatneft has been cooperating with Turkmenistan since 2010. Rehabilitation work was carried out on forty wells as part of the previous contract signed with Turkmennebit to render services. Oil production was restored at 32 wells.
"In total, over 144,000 tons of additional oil were extracted during the contract," Nebit-Gaz, online newspaper of the country’s Oil and Gas Complex, reported.
About 10 million tons are produced annually in Turkmenistan. A significant part of the raw material is processed internally.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian company was interested in rendering services in Turkmenistan for the restoration of oil wells, the supply of oilfield equipment, chemical reagents, base oils and tire products.