FGC UES Launches New Power Facility in Tyumen Oblast

24 November 2017 (15:12)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, November 24, 2017. Rosset’s Federal Grid Company United Energy Systems introduced 126 megawatts worth of extra electric power supply to Uvatskiy group of deposits in Tyumen Oblast. The jobs were part of the agreement on connecting the power facilities of RN Uvatneftegaz to the United Energy Systems, FGC UES’s PR & Media Group in Western Siberia reports.

The company’s 500-kilowatt Demyanskaya Substation (transformer capacity: 1,256.6 MVA) was launched in 1969. The station is one of the key power hubs in Tyumen Oblast that ensures power transit from the 500-kilowatt Surgutskaya Power Station to the Urals and delivers electric power to oil compressors and oil and natural gas pipelines.

Demyanskaya Substation got its outdoor switchgear expanded to two 229-kilowatt sections. To enable new connections, new SF6 circuit breakers and disconnecting switches were assembled at the station, as were new microprocessor relays and automation appliances and alarm systems.

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