Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov, who oversees the fuel and energy complex, entrusted to Rostechnadzor by the end of this year to carry out unscheduled inspections of objects of storage of oil and oil products in the Arctic. A report on the results of inspections shall be submitted prior to February 1, 2021, said apparatus Borisova.
Recall, may 29, 2020 for Norilsk CHP-3, owned by JSC “NTEK”, there was a spill of more than 20 thousand tons of oil products penetrated into soil and into the river Barn and its tributary Daldykan that flow into a large lake Pyasino. Currently, the ongoing liquidation of consequences of the accident.
As reported TASS, in order to Rostechnadzor said about the need for unscheduled on-site inspections on compliance with the “mandatory requirements of industrial safety in accordance with the attached list”. In the list of sites — 426 points, this, in particular, the objects of “Gazprom”, “Rosneft”, “Norilsk Nickel”, “ALROSA number of other companies.
earlier, Deputy Prime Minister of Victoria Abramchenko instructed Rosprirodnazor and RTN by June 22 to submit a list of companies in the Arctic, which will be reviewed for risk of potential accidents.
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