One of the largest industry events took place from 26 to 29 April in Moscow at the Expocentre.
The company (until November 2014 named Technical Diagnosis Centre Diascan) was established in April 1991 to conduct in-line inspection of the pipeline transportation system in accordance with the USSR Government programme to ensure the reliability of oil trunk pipelines.
The work was carried out as part of Transneft oil trunk pipelines (OTPs) and petroleum products trunk pipelines (PPTPs) diagnostic inspection plan.
Actions of the personnel in a simulated emergency at the hazardous operating facility were practiced with the participation of the gas rescue team of the ECOSPAS Central Emergency Rescue Team (PERT (professional emergency rescue team) CERT ECOSPAS).
The 27-year-old engineer of Transneft Diascan became one of the developers of the oil-contaminated waste disposal mobile complex project.
Thanks to the 100% implementation of measures to reduce consumption of fuel and energy resources (FER), the company achieved the planned decrease in FER consumption by 0.5% versus the same period of 2019.
The diagnostics were performed as part of Transneft’s annual integrated programme of diagnostic examination of pipelines and PS (oil pumping stations) facilities.
Following the results of the inspection, the condition of the examined facilities was declared satisfactory. The defects detected in the inspection process will be eliminated during scheduled repairs.
Transneft Diascan’s charitable funds were allocated for premises’ renovation, roofs’ and electric lighting systems’ repair. Wooden windows were replaced with modern plastic ones, school furniture was purchased as well.
The in-line diagnostic tools’ development was carried out as part of Transneft’s innovation development programme.