Training of employees for power industry on the agenda
7 December 2013, Saturday
On 6 December 2013, Kazan Power Engineering University hosted the meeting of the Coordinating Committee of Science and Education Cluster in Power Industry under the chairmanship of Tatarstan Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Ravil Zaripov. The meeting was attended by Tatarstan Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Khamza Bagmanov, KPEU executives, top executives of large energy companies and vocational colleges of the republic, and heads of structural subdivisions of the Tatarstan Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Tatarstan Ministry of Education and Science.
The meeting saw the discussion of the results of the Cluster’s activities in 2013 and outlook for 2014, consideration of the issues of interaction between power industry enterprises and organisations and vocational colleges, admission of applicants in 2014 and the plan of Coordinating Committee meetings into next year.
It should be noted that the Agreement for Targeted Training of Employees in Power Industry was signed between Tatarstan Ministry of Industry and Trade and KPEU in the course of the meeting of Coordinating Committee of Science and Education Cluster in Power Industry held on 30 July 2013.
On October 9, the city of Naberezhnye Chelny will host events dedicated to the Mechanical Engineer’s Day.
We invite industry companies to participate in the following events:
1. Visit to KAMAZ plant (MES systems) and cab frame plant;
2. Workshop on digitalisation of republic’s industrial enterprises;
3. Opening of the bust to the first Director General of KAMAZ Lev Vasiliev;
4. Celebration ceremony of the Mechanical Engineer’s Day 2019 in the Naberezhnye Chelny Organ Hall.
Questions regarding attendance can be asked by contacting the Department for Machine Building Sector at the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan by phone: +7 (843) 210-05-67, 210-05-66 2019.
On September 21, 2019, the Special Economic Zone Alabuga saw a ceremonial opening of the Transneft-Sintez plant for anti-turbulent additives.
The event was attended by President of Transneft Nikolay Tokarev, Vice President of Transneft Pavel Revel-Muroz, Prime Minister of Tatarstan Aleksey Pesoshin and other officials.
The plant will produce latter-day anti-turbulent additives designed to reduce turbulence in oil pipelines that would make it possible to curb power consumption at pumping stations and to increase the operational reliability of the pipelines.
The expected production volume of the new plant is up to 3,000 tonnes with potential increase in its production capacity up to 10,000 tonnes per year.
Prospective consumers of these products are oil transportation and oil producing companies. The opening of such a plant is an important step towards solving the strategic task of substituting imported products.
Anti-turbulent additives (or drag reducing agents) are solutions or suspensions of high molecular weight hydrocarbon polymers in a solvent.
Based on information by SEZ Alabuga press service
On September 20, the Lenin Culture and Leisure Complex hosted the opening of a photo exhibition entitled “People of Labour”. The event was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan, administration of the Aviastroitelny and Novo-Savinovsky districts of Kazan, and other officials.
The thematic exhibition was organised by the Gorbunov Kazan Aviation Plant in order to popularise blue-collar occupations and present career guidance opportunities for young people.
When coming to the exhibition dedicated to aviation professions, the audience is able to plunge into the working atmosphere at aircraft construction facilities, feel the mood of the labour process, and see the inner workings of the aircraft industry.
People of Labour are the workers of the Kazan Aviation Plant, portrayed in the process of production activities.
The exhibition can be visited until September 27, 2019.
Based on information by Kazan Aviation Plant press service
Tatneft opened a new flagship filling station in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The ceremonial presentation of the Tatneft station took place in the city of Tashkent with participation of Minister of Energy of Uzbekistan Alisher Sultanov, Director General of Tatneft Nail Maganov, and Chairman of the Management Board at Uzbekneftegaz Bakhodirzhon Sidikov. The event was also attended by representatives of ministries and agencies of Uzbekistan.
The flagship filling station of Tatneft is equipped with the most advanced equipment and is ready to provide relevant services. All types of fuel will be presented at the filling stations, from Normal-80 of local production to Ai-100 brand produced by the TANECO Oil Refining Complex.
As part of its ceremonial opening, the first 5 customers of the filling station took on 25 litres of gasoline or diesel fuel free of charge.
Based on information by Tatneft press service