Tomskgazstroy entered into contract with Tomskgazprom JSC on construction of gas pipeline Severo-Vasyuganskoye gas condensate field – Myldzhinskoye gas condensate field

In September 2010 Tomskgazstroy JSC, a company of HMS Group entered into a construction contract with  Tomskgazprom JSC on construction of a gas pipeline between the Severo-Vasyuganskoye and Myldzhinskoye gas condensate fields.

The contract was entered into following the victory in an open competitive bidding and it provides for implementation of construction and installation work on creation of the line part of the subsurface gathering gas pipeline with the diameter of 325 mm and the range of 80.5 km with associated line structures within the period from November 2010 to August 2011.

The pipeline is designed for raw gas supply of the Severo-Vasyuganskoye gas condensate field to the gas booster station of the Myldzhinskoye gas condensate field. The construction is aggravated by the necessity of crossing water barriers, aerial transmission lines, underground facilities, roads and marshes with total length of not less than 25 km.



Tomskgazstroy JSC was founded in 1968, it has made part of OJSC “HMS Group” since 2007, specialises in construction and overhaul of oil, gas, product, water and condensate pipelines as well as facilities of oil and gas condensate fields and buildings of housing, social and cultural significance.

The company has a qualified personnel; it is supplied with necessary construction machines, mechanisms and equipment. The company has a laboratory to control quality of weld joints and lagging with up-dated equipment.

The main customers of Tomskgazstroy JSC  are leading companies of the oil-and-gas industry: OJSC “Gazprom” (LLC “Gazprom Transgaz Tomsk”, OJSC “Tomskgazprom”), OJSC “Oil Company “Rosneft” (“RN-Tomskneft”), OJSC “Gazprom neft” (LLC “Gazpromneft-Vostok”), OJSC “Joint Stock Oil Company “Bashneft”, OJSC “Joint Stock Company “Transneft”, OJSC “Slavneft-Megionneftegaz”, ONGC Videsh Limited (Imperial Energy- LLC “Nord Imperial”).

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