Transneft Central Siberia Releases Juvenile Fish of Valuable Species into Siberian Rivers

Date of publication: 16 July 2018 Print

Transneft Central Siberia has released peled and muksun juveniles into Novosibirsk reservoir and the River Tom.

Some 101,000 peled juveniles and 2,500 young muksun fishes were bred at special ponds. The abovementioned fish species were selected for biological resources reproduction based on scientific research by Gosrybtsentr (the State Centre for Fisheries).

Artificial stocking events are held regularly to voluntarily make up for the environmental impact of industrial operations in the areas of Transneft Central Siberia’s operations. High environmental safety standards and compliance with environmental laws are prerequisites for implementation and functioning of all infrastructure projects operated by Transneft Central Siberia.

The Company annually stocks water areas. Over the past three years, Transneft Central Siberia has released some 2.3 million of peled juveniles and 20,500 young muksun fishes.

In its operations, Transneft Central Siberia places special emphasis on environmental safety, observance of environmental laws and shaping a responsible attitude towards nature. The Company’s environmental policy standards are adhered to when engineering, constructing and operating oil pipeline transportation facilities.