Russian Railways and the administration of Yamal will discuss the construction of the Northern Latitudinal Route

On 23 July, 2014, a meeting will be held in Salekhard about the construction of the Northern Latitudinal Route railway.

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The environmental mission to Bely island is getting ready for achievements

Preparations for environmental measures at Bely island are entering the final stage. In Salekhard on 23 July, volunteers arrived at the training camp.

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An American supplier will collaborate with Yamal LNG

American company Air Products announced that it intends to continue the supply of equipment for the Yamal LNG project, despite the tense international situation.

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Rosneft will establish a management system for ice conditions in the Arctic

Rosneft is considering a project to create an integrated management system for ice conditions in the Arctic to ensure industrial and environmental safety of geological exploration of offshore northern seas.

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Dmitry Kobylkin County: the main task of the region is formation of comfortable living conditions for the people of Yamal

The Governor of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region, Dmitry Kobylkin, had a working meeting with the Chairman of the Presidential Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights, Mikhail Fedotov.

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Scientists have noted a high level of environmental safety in Sabetta

Participants of the international scientific research expedition passing the village of Sabetta, where construction of the liquefied natural gas plant on Yamal LNG is taking place, described the first results of the work.

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Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region will have its own dairy production

In Aksarka, the construction of an animal husbandry complex in Salekhard has been completed, and a workshop for processing dairy products will appear in Salekhard.

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Infrastructure for the development of Tazovsky oilfield will appear in Gazsale

The First Deputy Head of the Administration of Tazovsky district (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region), Sergey Semerikov, held a working meeting with representatives of Gazprom Dobycha Yamburg on the construction of infrastructure for the development of the Tazovsky oil field.

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Arctic Council received first tranche from Russia

Russian Ministry of Finance transferred the first tranche of 5 million euros for implementation of environmental projects of the Arctic Council.

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