The conference brought together the most famous volunteers of Russia including Oksana Oracheva (Potanin Foundation), Darya Miloslavskaya (Lawyers for Civil Society), Oleg Dyachenko (Mosvolonter), Anna Chesanova (Gazpromneft), Anna Lygina (Sakhalin Energy), Andrey Zhiltsov (Nizhny Novgorod Volunteering Service), Mikhail Kozhukhovsky (State Hermitage Museum) etc.
The conference was sponsored by the Arkhangelsk Centre of Social Technologies GARANT, National Corporate Volunteer Council and Sakhalin Energy.
Teams of Sakhalin sixth graders finished competing in the theory and practice of safe behaviour on the eve of International Day for Disaster Reduction established by the UN in 1989.
“From the Remote Past for Descendants to Remember” is the name of the project that has been launched in the village of Nekrasovka, Okha District. The project is implemented under the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities Development Plan — a tripartite programme whose partners are the Regional Council of Authorised Representatives of the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities, the Sakhalin Oblast Government, and Sakhalin Energy.
Today Sakhalin Energy employees held the second Safety Workshop for the personnel of Gorny Vozdukh Sports and Tourism Complex.
Today, the regional Safety Day at Sinegorsk Mineral Waters Sanatorium, attended by 16 school teams from 15 municipalities of Sakhalin, continued with Day 2 competition stages. The competitions are conducted within the framework of the “Safety Is Important!” programme, implemented by partners — the Sakhalin EMERCOM, Sakhalin Energy, and the Sakhalin Oblast Ministry of Education.
Martin the robot is the first and thus far the only intelligent machine employed for library services.
Sakhalin Energy celebrates several wins in its first-ever Ministry of Energy-sponsored contest for excellence in corporate social responsibility.
An overview lecture on the oil and gas industry and Sakhalin Energy, conducted at Sakhalin State University, marked the beginning of a joint project that will be implemented by the company and the SSU Institute of Law, Economics and Management.
Sakhalin Energy has summarised the results of the Grants Competition (second round) held as part of the Energy Social Initiatives Fund. The Expert Board that includes representatives from the Company, non-profit organisations and the Government of Sakhalin Region reviewed thirty-nine (39) applications from ten Sakhalin municipalities.