Sakhalin Energy’s Molikpaq platform has produced 300 mln barrels of oil since the start of production in 1999. It was the first platform installed on the Russian shelf under the Sakhalin-2 project, and even after 20 years of operation it still contributes substantially to the company’s hydrocarbon production output.
Sakhalin Energy Chief Executive Officer Roman Dashkov talked to RBC+ about the prospects of the liquefied natural gas production in Russia.
Sakhalin Energy published the Sustainable Development Report 2019. This document summarises the results of the company’s anniversary year that marked 25 years of responsible business conduct. The main theme of the Report is culture in the broad sense.
Sakhalin Energy is operating in high alert mode during the COVID19 pandemic. The company has established the General Coordinating Committee headed by CEO Roman Dashkov to address pandemic challenges and ensure business continuity.
Sakhalin Energy summed up the results of the first round of grants competition under the Energy Social Initiatives Fund. Non-governmental organisations and institutions from various districts of Sakhalin Region are among the competitors.
The festivities are organised every four years by the Government of the Sakhalin Oblast and the Municipal Administration of Nogliki Urban District. This year, Sakhalin Energy became one of its sponsors.
Roman Dashkov, Chief Executive Officer of Sakhalin Energy, tells RBC+ how the company manages to produce hydrocarbons while implementing an effective environmental policy.
Earlier today at the Port of Prigorodnoye, the 1,800th LNG cargo produced at the Sakhalin-2 LNG plant operated since 2009, was loaded onto the Hyundai Aquapia LNG carrier. The destination country for this cargo, purchased by KOGAS company, is South Korea. It is also worth to note that this is the first port call of the ship to Russian Federation.
On 20 March at the Nogliki District Community Centre Vladimir sangi accepted sincere congratulations from the representatives of Sakhalin indigenous minorities, Sakhalin Government and Duma, Nogliki administration, local community and Sakhalin Energy known for its long-standing cooperation with the writer. While being different in many ways, the congratulations had one thing in common. They all expressed a genuine respect for the great Nivkh writer whose name is widely known both inside and outside Russia