‘The Pride of Russia – Miners’ photo exhibition presented during REW
The Russian Energy Week exposition was enhanced by the best works of the ‘The Pride of Russia – Miners’ photo exhibition organized by the Russian Ministry of Energy in conjunction with SUEK to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the coal industry’s professional holiday – Miner’s Day.
The Moscow House of Artists displayed more than 200 photographs devoted to both the history and the present of the coal industry throughout September. The bulk of the exposition consisted of works by the famous industrial photographer Maxim Marmur.
The exhibition organizers presented about 20 of the most vivid photos at the Russian Energy Week forum.
“We wanted to show, particularly to the residents of the European part of the country, who know little about the coal industry, how the coal industry has changed over the past decades, what a modern, technological, powerful, and promising industry it is, and what wonderful people work in it”, SUEK CEO Vladimir Rashevsky said.
Moscow, 3 October. – Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak spoke during a press conference at Russian news agency TASS about the business programme of the 'Russian Energy Week' Energy Efficiency and Energy Development International Forum (REW), which is taking place in Moscow and St. Petersburg on 3–7 October 2017.
Gazprom topped the annual S&P Global Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings. The company is the general partner of SPIGF held October 3-6th in Saint Petersburg. The event is organized as a part of REW 2017. The rating evaluates companies for a number of financial indicators such as assets value, revenue, profit, return on investment. S&P rating is an indicator of a company's financial climate. It is an influential source of information for securities market players, as well as investment funds experts and financial analysts. Market operators are looking at high ratings that indicate a favourable investment environment.
The Ministry of Energy has presented the energy efficiency rating of the Russian regions for 2016. Ministry experts recognized St. Petersburg, the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District, Moscow, and Tatarstan as the leaders in the rating. Bringing up the rear were Sevastopol, Chukotka, and Dagestan.