"Perm oil engineering company" completed the delivery of drilling equipment to Uzbekistan on contracts in 2012
The group of companies "Perm oil engineering company" ("PKNM") sent Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Combine ("NMSC", Uzbekistan) a second batch of equipment for drilling wells on uranium deposits in one of the contracts in 2012.In May 2012, the Company entered into two contracts for the supply of equipment for the "NMSC". One of them was executed in August. At the same time, "PKNM" delivered the first batch of drilling equipment under another contract.
In the second game included 105 collars and Kelly, who constitute the bulk of the drill string. In addition to the pipes also delivered 920 castles, including the safe, which are used for quick connection and disconnection of sections of the drillstring.
In 2012, "PKNM" set of equipment for the "NMSC" for a total of 56.5 million rubles, of which 42 million rubles — the cost of the second contract.
Previously, "PKNM" is made for "NMSC" drill pipe and locks. Cooperation between the companies lasts for 3 years.
— Given that uranium mining — is a complex and dangerous process for the Navoi plant we supply non-standard equipment. For example, in an emergency using a secure locks drillers can easily remove the equipment from the drill string. This will allow the mining company to avoid damage to equipment, — said the director of TD "PKNM" Vladimir Zharennikov.
For the record:
The group of companies "PKNM" produces products for the oil companies, chemical, nuclear and aviation industries since 1993. A major focus of the company is the production of equipment for oil drilling and oil production. Among the consumers’ PKNM "oil, drilling and service companies from Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Lithuania and Bulgaria. Partners are NK "Rosneft" Drilling Company "Eurasia" and "Lukoil". In 2009, "PKNM" has applied for funding for innovative developments in JSC "RUSNANO".
"NMSC" — state-owned enterprise, which is a major producer of gold and uranium in Uzbekistan. The industrial complex brings together four of the hydrometallurgical plant in Navoi (MMP-1), Zarafshan (MMP-2), Uchkuduk (MMP-3) and Zarmitane (HMP-4).