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21 October 2022 17:38

Employees of RN-Nyaganneftegaz (a production enterprise of Rosneft Oil Company) planted more than 1.4 million seedlings of Scots pine as part of the reforestation programme in 2022

20 October 2022 17:35

The East Siberian Oil and Gas Company, a production enterprise of Rosneft Oil Company, has completed reforestation work in the Kezhemsky district of Krasnoyarsk Territory

20 October 2022 13:34

Rosneft conducted three expeditions to hard-to-reach and poorly explored areas of the Russian Arctic in 2022 as part of the national Ecology project.

20 October 2022 10:45

With the support of Rosneft and Innopraktika, one of Russia’s largest Moss Ground opened in MSU’s Apothecary Garden.

17 October 2022 15:38

In 2022 more than 15,000 employees of Rosneft’s enterprises participated in the Water of Russia environmental campaign – and cleaned up the banks of water bodies from litter in 44 regions of the Company’s operations.

06 October 2022 17:29

As part of Rosneft’s biodiversity conservation programme, summer field studies of the Ivory gull population in the north-eastern part of the Kara Sea were completed

05 October 2022 11:53

In 2022, RN-Yuganskneftegaz, Rosneft’s largest production asset, released more than 41 million fry of valuable commercial fish species, including 3.9 million fry of the red-listed Siberian sturgeon, into water bodies of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District-Yugra

29 September 2022 12:11

RN-Uvatneftegaz (an enterprise of Rosneft Oil Company’s upstream complex) has planted more than 3 million pine seedlings in Tyumen Region over the past five years.

23 September 2022 17:15

Sibneftegaz (Rosneft’s gas production asset) released 2.8 million fry of valuable fish into Western Siberia’s waters

19 September 2022 17:00

The total investment of Samotlorneftegaz (part of Rosneft) in land reclamation activities for the historical heritage lands accumulated during the Soviet period amounted to about 4 billion roubles in 7 years