TRANSNEFT KAMA REGION, JSC
The history of Transneft Kama Region began with the Shugury – Klyavlino oil pipeline of just 27 km. On 16 August 1949, by the order of Mr Baibakov, Minister of Oil Industry of the USSR, Tatar Oil Pipeline Office was established in Klyavlino to operate the pipeline. It was there where the history of Transneft Kama Region, the large company we see today, started. Transneft Kama Region followed the path of the whole country, developing and upgrading along with the rest of the oil transportation industry.
As of today, Transneft Kama Region operates some 6,000 km of oil trunk pipelines and over 1,000 km of petroleum products trunk pipelines as well as 31 oil pumping stations, 6 petroleum producst pumping stations, 103 underwater crossings of trunk pipelines and a tank farm with the total volume of more than 1.6 million m3. The Company is comprised of 5 regional oil pipeline directorates with headquarters in Kazan, Almetievsk, Perm, Izhevsk and Leninogorsk, whose production facilities are located across 11 constituent entities of the Russian Federation.
Transneft Kama Region is one of the largest subsidiaries of Transneft (Public Joint-Stock Company Joint-Stock Company for Oil TransportationTransneft before 30 June 2016). The Company employs more than 6,600 people.
Transneft Kama Region’s headquarters is located in Kazan.
Robert Galiev is Director General of Transneft Kama Region.
Core Business Activities of Transneft Kama Region:
∙ transportation of oil and petroleum products via trunk pipelines
∙ storage of oil and petroleum products
∙ operation and overhaul of trunk pipeline transportation facilities
The Company's Prospects for Further Development
As of today, Transneft Kama Region’s main strategic goal is to use its resources as efficiently as possible while operating oil and petroleum products pipeline facilities all across Russia.
According to the Development, Technical Upgrading and Revamping Programme and the Trunk Pipelines Line Portion and Equipment Overhaul Programme, the Company carries out work aimed at upgrading production facilities in order to improve operating reliability of oil and petroleum products pipelines as well as to increase supply of raw materials to Russian refineries and delivery of refined petroleum products to consumers.