Deputy Prime Minister Abramchenko sent the DSPA to Norilsk

Deputy Prime Minister Victoria Abramchenko instructed the DSPA to go to Norilsk, to assess environmental damage after fuel spill at CHP-3.

As reported by TASS with reference to the representative Abramchenko, she instructed the “to fly to Norilsk”.

Recall that after the depressurization of the tank at CHP-3 in Norilsk, which occurred may 29, spilled a huge amount of diesel fuel, some of it went into the river Barn. In the city and the immediate area was introduced a state of emergency, to the river sent heavy equipment, which eliminate the effects of large-scale leakage. According to Tsikalova in the tank was about 21 thousand tons of diesel fuel (according to the EDDS on may 31, about 17 thousand tons). The official noted that poured from the reservoir, virtually all the stored diesel.

the Publication adds that, as reported in the regional government, the district Prosecutor’s office with participation of other departments checks NTEC. SK questioned the company’s executives, reviews the documents and conducts the examination.

damage to the environment after a spill of diesel fuel as a result of depressurization of the tank at CHP-3 of JSC “Norilsk-Taimyr energy company” Norilsk can make billions, or perhaps tens of billions of rubles. About it as reports the edition “Prospekt Mira”, said the Deputy Chairman of the government of region Anatoly Tsykalov.

“We’re not talking about the losses of the company, that they ran such a huge amount of fuel that they have damaged the capacity that they now put people and equipment to eliminate. We’re talking about possible damages that may be brought against the company. Therefore, the company is interested that would not only minimize the economic, financial damages, but first of all, that would collect spilled diesel fuel,” said Tsykalov.

He added that while neasbut, when will be able to eliminate the spill. In place of sending specialists to eliminate such leaks, including from the Murmansk region. Meanwhile, noted Tsykalov, NTPC threaten large fines from Rosprirodnadzor.

the regional Authorities intend to inspect all depots of the region and the capacity of the oil storage tanks. This involved regional Ministry of industry, energy and utilities.

meanwhile, in the “Norilsk Nickel” announced that a tank of diesel can be damaged by the “sudden” settling of the supports. On-site work division of the branch of “Norilsk Nickel” and NTPC.

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