Yesterday mayor of Tyumen Sergei Smetanyuk met with veterans of the fuel and energy complex.
Former oilmen, activists, merited and honorary workers of the fuel and energy complex visited Antipinsky Oil Refinery. They saw laboratories, a control room, discussed the industrial process flow, the press service of the mayor of the city reports.
Gennady Lisovichenko, General Director of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC, has said that aggregate investments in the refinery construction project make up over $120 million. The facilities of the first phase of the refinery are designed for the production of 550 thousand tons of diesel fuel. Directly distilled gasoline, gasoil, and tar which are to be transported to petrochemical enterprises of the Urals will be produced at the enterprise. The project recoupment period amounts to 3 years approximately. The construction of the second-phase phase facilities of the refinery is planned to be completed in the second quarter of 2008. Production capacity will amount to some 2 million tons of oil products per year.
Veterans of the fuel and energy complex have immediately noted that a unique enterprise has been established where modern equipment is installed and qualified professionals are working. The refinery is a new step forward in the economic development of the region, believes Igor Shapovalov, Lenin Prize Winner, Merited Builder. The opening of any new enterprise means employment and the emergence of one more taxpayer, added Igor Shapovalov.
After excursion the city’s mayor spoke with the veterans who asked questions they were interested in. Much was said at the meeting about how the city had transformed. The veterans of oil production noted mirthfully that new enterprises began to open, industries recovered, and this fact cannot but gladden.
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