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Sports Complex Built with Rosneft’s Support in Yugra

18 May 2022

RN-Yuganskneftegaz, Rosneft’s largest producing asset, completed the construction project for the Sports and Recreation Complex in the village of Singapai in the Nefteyugansk district. Funds for the construction of the 1,500 m2 sports facility were allocated under the Cooperation Agreement between Rosneft Oil Company and the Government of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District—Yugra.

Rosneft pays great attention to the support, development and promotion of physical culture and sports. The construction of sports complexes, ice arenas and multi-purpose sports grounds is actively pursued in the regions of operation.

The Sports and Recreation Complex is the first sports complex in Singapai. It was already over 60 per cent full on the day of the grand opening. Thanks to modern technical solutions, such as the transforming grandstand, the multi-purpose sports hall can be used for a variety of sports, such as judo, volleyball, basketball and futsal. The complex will fully meet the sporting needs of the village’s 3500 inhabitants.

Note for Editors:

RN-Yuganskneftegaz, Rosneft’s largest production enterprise, is developing licensed subsoil areas in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District—Yugra. The enterprise implements important social projects in the territory of its operation and improves recreational areas with sports grounds and fitness equipment.

A multi-purpose sports complex has been built in the village of Ugut in Surgut District, where a third of the population consists of indigenous peoples of the North, using the Company’s funds. A new ski base of the Olympic reserve school was built in the Mezhdurechensky settlement, Kondinsky District.

The Sibiryak sports complex, the Neftyanik stadium and the aerobics and cycling halls of the Olympus sports complex were upgraded in Nefteyugansk. The Dolphin water centre in Pyt-Yakh is now up and running after a major overhaul.

The largest sports complex in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District, Yugra’s Pearl, which was built with Rosneft’s support, provides free training for athletes. An area of almost 27000 m2 accommodates a water park and two swimming pools, one of which complies with Olympic standards - measuring 50x25 m - and is equipped with a diving area and jumping ramp.

Information Division
May 18, 2022

Keywords: Social News 2022