ZALA flight teams have passed a readiness check in the integrated exercises of PJSC «Udmurtneft»

Unmanned systems ZALA AERO took part in the command post exercises of PJSC "Udmurtneft" named after V. I. Kudinova. The main purpose of the exercises was to check the readiness of the enterprise services for situations associated with a possible spill of oil and oil products, as well as to extinguish fires at production and transportation facilities.

As part of the exercise, rescue services, together with the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia for the Udmurt Republic and the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Udmurt Republic, worked out a procedure for eliminating oil spills at water bodies and extinguishing the fire of oil storage tanks.

ZALA unmanned aerial systems provided control over the implementation of emergency response measures and coordination of ground teams, as well as the collection and exchange of operational information from the air in real-time.

Exercises on liquidation of emergencies at oil and gas facilities are held on a regular basis to check the readiness of emergency rescue teams to respond to possible spills and fires.

PJSC "Udmurtneft" named after V. I. Kudinova is the leader of the fuel and energy complex of the Udmurt Republic. The company was founded in 1967.

Since 2006, the enterprise has been operating under the management of the country's largest oil company, PJSC NK Rosneft, and the Chinese petrochemical corporation Sinopec.

The main activity: geological exploration, development, and operation of hydrocarbon deposits.

At the moment, the development of hydrocarbon deposits located on the territory of 14 regions of the Republic is underway, has 61 licenses for exploration and production of minerals in 25 deposits; 5 licenses for geological exploration, including prospecting and evaluation of mineral deposits, exploration, and production of minerals in 8 deposits; 1 license for geological exploration of the underlying horizons of the developed mineral deposits.

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