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Interregional power lines and international energy bridges - DVEUK - can become new priorities for the energy of the Far East

The XII International Exhibition and Conference on Energy of the Middle East and North Africa POWER GEN Middle East is taking place in Abu Dhabi (UAE), the press service of DVEUK reported. Deputy General Director - Chief Engineer of JSC DVEUK Alexey Rozhkov made a presentation at the exposition of the Ministry of Energy of Russia during the session “Power Industry: Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Energy. Intelligent networks and information technologies ".

Among the directions of the development of the energy industry of the Russian Federation, Alexei Rozhkov touched on the development of the energy of the Far East and the Baikal region. In his opinion, the state policy should continue to focus on outstripping the development of energy in order to promote the emergence of social and industrial infrastructure.

New priorities for the development of the energy complex can be interregional transmission lines and international energy bridges. At the same time, the main emphasis should be placed on the introduction of innovative technologies. In terms of project financing, the goal is to attract private investors through the mechanism of public-private partnership.

Speaking about the experience of JSC "DVEUK" in the development of the energy infrastructure of the Far East regions, Alexei Rozhkov noted that for 2009-2013. the company invested in the construction of energy facilities over 55 billion rubles. In fulfillment of the instructions of the Government of the Russian Federation, such projects as power supply for the oil pipeline facilities "Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean" in Yakutia and the APEC-2012 summit in Vladivostok have been implemented.

"When creating the infrastructure of Vladivostok as a center for the development of international cooperation in the APR, we implemented a project to create an absolutely new, modern, high-tech and unique energy cluster on the island territory. At the same time for the ESPO oil pipeline in the hardest natural and climatic conditions of the Far North we built more than 1800 km of high-voltage networks and five powerful substations. Thus, in just five years, it was possible to eliminate the 40-year lag in the development of the energy infrastructure of a single region, "added the deputy general director and chief engineer of JSC" DVEUK ".

As part of POWER GEN Middle East, the Day of Russia was held, the theme of which was the further development of the energy industry. In addition, aspects of energy cooperation with the countries of the Middle East and North Africa region, as well as the Asia-Pacific region, were considered.

“Russia is a reliable partner. The Russian energy complex is one of the most powerful in the world. We do not pretend to dominate the markets, but, on the contrary, we are talking about stable, mutually beneficial cooperation, ”said State Secretary - Deputy Energy Minister Yury Sentyurin, who led the official Russian delegation from among the heads of government and leading energy companies.

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