Institute of Oil Transportation

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Institute of Oil Transportation
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Founded1944
HeadquartersFlag of Ukraine.svg Kiev (Ukraine)
Key people
Viktor Zavorotniy (Chairman of the Board)
Iryna Karaputa (Head of Foreign Economic Activity & Marketing)
Servicesservices
RevenueIncrease US$4,2 million (2008)
Number of employees
351
Websitewww.iot.kiev.ua

The Institute of Oil Transportation (IOT) is a design and engineering company in Ukraine. It specialises in the transportation, handling, storage and distribution of crude oil and petroleum products in Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

History[edit]

  • March 1944 - April 1951 - Ukrainian Branch of "NefteprovodProekt" Trust
  • April 1951 - May 1958 - Kyiv Branch of "GiproTransNeft" Institute
  • May 1958 - March 1965 - Kyiv Branch of "GiproTruboprovod" Institute
  • March 1965 - January 1973 - "YuzhGiproTruboprovod" State Institute
  • January 1973 - September 1994 - "YuzhGiproNefteprovod" State Institute
  • September 1994 - September 1995 - Institute of Oil Transportation
  • Since September 1995 - "Institute of Oil Transportation" (IOT), Public Joint-Stock Company.
Headquarter of Institute of Oil Transportation

Services[edit]

  • Exploratory design, integrated design works and construction engineering support, reconstruction and the updating of main pipelines used for any purpose.
  • Oil pumping stations, tank farms for oil and oil product storage, petroleum storage depots, onshore and sea trans-shipping complexes, buildings, structures and utilities for pipeline transportation.
  • Engineering surveys for the design of construction and operation facilities.
  • Technical inspection of existing facilities including making environmental impact assessments and the development of remedial maintenance, renewal and upgrading recommendations.
  • Data bank creation based on geoinformation technologies and the safety integrated systems of main pipelines.
  • Expert and consulting services concerning the functioning and progressing of pipeline transportation.

See also[edit]

List of oilfield service companies

External links[edit]