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In the coming years, Rosneft will allocate about 1 billion rubles for the development of the Sakhalin Oblast's energy sector
Within the framework of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, an Agreement on Cooperation in the Energy Sector was concluded between the Government of the Sakhalin Region and OJSC NK Rosneft. The document was signed by Governor Alexander Khoroshavin and the head of the oil and gas company Igor Sechin, the governor's press service reported.
As A. Khoroshavin noted, the funds stipulated by the agreement will be invested in the development of the Sakhalin energy system in order to increase its reliability.
Rosneft is a serious, oldest socially oriented oil and gas company in Russia, with its roots in Sakhalin. With it, we already have a number of agreements on cooperation in the creation of hydrocarbon processing facilities in the region, aviation fuel supply of airports, the implementation of the Okhinskaya CHPP modernization project, oil products supply and expansion of the network of filling stations, housing construction in the region. Now this list has been supplemented by an agreement in the energy sector, a joint document is being prepared that provides for interaction in the social sphere, "the governor said, commenting on the event.
A.Khoroshavin added that annually the oil and gas company sends about 200 million rubles to social projects in the region.
According to him, the Sakhalin Oblast Government and Rosneft are strategic partners that are currently entering new frontiers of cooperation. We are talking about the development of promising offshore fields by the company, such as the Northern Chayvo, as well as the construction of the second LNG plant in Russia on Sakhalin. The Governor noted that the commissioning of hydrocarbon fields and the opening of a new liquefied gas production facility will give the region new jobs and taxes, a powerful additional impetus for the further development of the island economy.