August 15 Governor Sergei Sobyanin of the Tyumen Region visited some construction sites of the regional center. As was reported to IA REGNUM by the press service of the governor of the Tyumen Region the first stop was made at a new oil refinery built in the area of the settlement of Antipino. The estimated capacity of the refinery after commissioning of the first- and second-phase facilities will amount to one million one hundred thousand tons. According to Antipinsky Oil Refinery General Director Gennady Lisovichenko the first phase is to yield 600 thousand tons of products, and the second one — 500 thousand. In compliance with the project the refinery will produce diesel fuel of two brands, gasoil and tar. It should be noted that most of gasoil and tar will be supplied outside the region to roof-felt producing plants, whereas the diesel fuel will be sold within the region.
According to the estimates of investors the refinery will yield return on investments already in 2-3 years subsequently bringing considerable profit. But there are some minor problems: more land is needed for the development of industrial production, namely, the oil loading terminal and the laboratory. The refinery won’t be able to make progress in accordance with the existing project. The governor gave instructions to consider the allotment of the neighboring unused land plot with the subsequent review of the relevant design documentation.
The governor visited school No. 32 which is also situated in Antipino. In 2005 according to the refurbishment plan a regular repair has been carried out there and all the old windows have been replaced with new ones. Now only facades remain to be done and the school will be ready to host pupils. On the 1st of September a new gym will open its doors for children together with the revamped school, finishing works are nearing completion there today. As many as 600 schoolchildren will have an opportunity to visit three exercise rooms in addition to the main gym and in the nearest future the school’s own football field, as well. Sobyanin has given instructions to allocate additional one million and five hundred thousand rubles for its reconstruction. Builders promise to complete works at the site before the beginning of the academic year.
The Tyumen’s Ochakovo Brewery And Soft-Drinks Factory became the next place where the regional leader stopped. Last time the governor visited the factory on the day when the first pile was driven in. Nowadays large-scale operations are carried out on the territory, tanks and boilers have been installed, the product storage room is ready, an office and two restaurants are being built. The contractors told the governor that all the works were performed as scheduled, equipment had been received in time, the activities of all services had been coordinated. Minor problems arose in connection with land-related formalities, but the governor promised to settle this issue in the forthcoming days.
The governor wound up his visit on Kharkovskaya Street which now runs as far as Permyakova Street and some of these days a missing section of several tens of meters joining two roads will be built. The governor pointed out that Kharkovskaya Street which was parallel to the 50 Let Oktyabrya Street would take some part of traffic burden away from the central transport corridors of the city. Today landscaping improvements have begun nearby the new traffic artery.