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The first engineering center opened in Vladivostok
Gazprom opened the first engineering center in the Far East. It is located on the Russian island on the basis of the Far Eastern Federal University. The branch will be the coordinator of research and development work.
As the portal "Future of Russia", Gazprom and FEFU will develop three main areas. The main one is the use of robotic systems in the implementation of promising mining projects on the shelf. In addition, the partners will work to improve industrial and environmental safety in the development of offshore hydrocarbon deposits, as well as energy efficiency of the process of liquefying natural gas.
Behind the first, other engineering centers of Rosneft, Rosatom, RusHydro and Roscosmos should appear on Russky Island. The order was given by President Vladimir Putin during the fourth Eastern Economic Forum, held last year in Vladivostok.