On November 28, following the certification audit of the Information Security Management System (ISMS), Gazprom International received a certificate of compliance with the national standard of the Russian Federation GOST R ISO/IEC 27001–2021 Information Technology. Security Techniques. Requirements.
25–27 October, Gazprom International Training, a dedicated subsidiary of Gazprom International specializing in staff training, certification, and development, did an online workshop on International Petroleum Contracts.
- Gazprom International Wins the 6th International Corporate Automation Competition: 1C Project of the Year
On October 28, Moscow saw the awards ceremony for the Sixth International Corporate Automation Competition entitled 1C:Project of the Year 2021–2022 held within the framework of the 1C:ERP business-forum devoted to the implementation and development of «1C” solutions and services for corporate market, large and medium-sized enterprises.
Gazprom International won the competition in the Central and Eastern European Region with the project entitled HR Electronic Document Management Legally Relevant for Holding Companies (HR EDM). The project was implemented by a team of experts from various divisions of the Company in order to convert into the electronic form all regulatory, reference and other types of documents.
On 14 September, the St. Petersburg International Gas Forum (SPIGF) held a ceremony for the finalists of the Fifth Jubilee International Young Scientists Awards in the Field of Oil and Gas: A Glance into the Future.
This year Gazprom International presented a special prize For the Development of International Scientific and Technical Cooperation.
On 19 August 2022, the Tabgi-1 well spudding ceremony was held on Bhola Island in the People’s Republic of Bangladesh (the first well under a new agreement on three wells construction on the island). The Tabgi-1 well will be followed by the Bhola North-2 appraisal well and the Illisha-1 exploration well. The projected depth of each well is approximately 3,500 m. The total number of wells drilled by Gazprom International will amount to 20 upon the completion of the project.