Gazprom Nedra Released Juvenile Grayling to the Yenisey RiverAugust 27, 2021 00:00
On 23 August, juvenile Arctic grayling were released into the Yenisey River in the Krasnoyarsk Krai. About 18,000 juveniles were released to their natural habitat.
Juvenile grayling were preliminarily weighed, inspected and counted by total count method at the fish farm Maltat LLC, where they were raised upon request of Gazprom Nedra LLC. The grayling were delivered to the site of release into the Yenisey River near the village of Yesaulovo in the Berezovsky District using a specialised car with aeration, supervised by a fish breeder specialist. The release site was not random: it offers the most comfortable conditions for juveniles — clear water, a rocky bottom and minimal chance of encountering natural enemies.
Said species of the salmon family had already been released in another region of the Company’s production operations in 2021. In July, over 29,000 juvenile graylings were released into the Bratsk Reservoir in the Irkutsk Region.
In total for 2021, Gazprom Nedra has planned about 20 releases of juveniles of valuable commercial fish species: muksun, chum salmon, grayling, peled, and salmon in various regions of Russia.
The Company carries out a complete centrally managed cycle of exploration works in the RF and provides its clients with a wide range of unique geophysical and geoengineering services.
Gazprom Nedra LLC is the main source of Gazprom Group geophysical data in the sphere of raw materials production, reduction of operational expenses and geophysical activities efficiency evaluation, calculation of gas deposit and storage reserves, and environmental safety assurance.
Company subdivisions are located in all gas producing regions of Russia. Its staff totals over 4,500 people. Company administration offices are located in Moscow and Tyumen. The Company uses a