The hydrocarbons extraction is always followed by the influence on all components of nature including the surface waters. The influence on surface waters also leads to changes in hydrochemical condition of the region. All changes are observed during the ecological monitoring process, the gas-oil research and the field conservation.
The Polui River basin could possibly soon become the next object of Surgutneftegas PJSC business activity. The activity area increases from the center in Surgut to other regions including the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District and administrative borders with the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District and Trans-Urals region including Polui River. Taking into account that Polui River region is almost pure from human activities it’s important to keep its environmental condition safe, and most important – to preserve the water surfaces from pollution. This is all because the fact that water can spread the entire polluting chemicals on long distances. Not only the human business activities influence the condition of the region, but nature also forms major conditions. It’s a common fact that sometimes despite the lack of different activities the water already could not be used for drinking and other human consuming needs. To make sure in modern situation ecological monitors are performed. In this case, Surgutneftegas PJSC stands among other companies that perform ecological monitors.
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