Sakhalin Oblast Government, Sakhalin Energy and Sakhalin Turbina Service Sign a Cooperation Agreement

On 29 September, the Sakhalin Oblast Government, Sakhalin Energy and Sakhalin Turbina Service LLC signed a cooperation agreement on the sidelines of the Sakhalin Oil and Gas 2021 Far Eastern Energy Forum. According to the document, the parties to the agreement will join their efforts to create dynamic power equipment service facilities on the island.

Sakhalin Energy aims to maximise the engagement of domestic enterprises in the Sakhalin-2 project. In this respect, constructive partnership with residents of the industrial park will contribute to the reliability of the project and facilitate its successful implementation. Equipment requires constant care and timely maintenance. This is why we need professionals who can perform the servicing of equipment with the highest quality,” emphasised Roman Dashkov, Sakhalin Energy Chief Executive Officer.

Governor Valery Limarenko said: “For the Sakhalin Oblast Government, the localisation of oil and gas services on the island is of utmost importance – this development vector is perfectly in line with the interests of the locally operating business companies and the region itself. We expect that residents of the industrial park will meet the needs for oilfield services of all the key oil and gas enterprises operating on Sakhalin. I am convinced that this is exactly the solution to the resource problem of the region’s economy that we need. It will allow us to implement our plans and achieve new successes in the development of the fuel and energy sector and the region as a whole.”

Grigory Trofimov, General Director of Sakhalin Turbina Service, shared the company’s plans: “Being a resident of the first industry cluster in the region, we intend to become Sakhalin Energy’s main provider of dynamic power equipment maintenance services. Our goal is more than just provide a service required by the customer – we aim to deliver a high-quality solution in the shortest time possible and in strict compliance with safety standards.


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