In the 3rd quarter of 2021, Magnum is preparing a shift workers’ accommodation complex for commissioning located in Tazovskiy district of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region, 200 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle. Currently, the complex is under internal finishing works. The complex is designed to accommodate 300 people for the work shift period. In the buildings there are administrative offices and comfortable 1, 2, 4-bed rooms with separate showers and toilets. The building also includes a canteen, laundry room, gym and sauna, personal care rooms and ironing rooms.
Two more shift workers’ accommodation complexes are scheduled for commissioning at the end of this year at the Bovanenkovskoye* and Kharasaveyskoye** fields.
The largest gas field in the Yamal Peninsula. Initial gas reserves amount to 4.9 trillion cubic meters
The field is located on the Yamal Peninsula to the north of the Bovanenkovskoye field, primarily onshore on the peninsula and partially offshore in the Kara Sea. In terms of gas reserves, the field belongs to the unique category - 2 trillion cubic meters.
Currently, preparatory works are underway in the fields, and a temporary camp is completely arranged.
Magnum is used to working in the extreme conditions of the permafrost with a long winter period and low temperatures (down to -50 ˚ C).For the period from 2008 to the present day, the company has built 20 permanent structures, 22 open plate structures; 4 objects have been designed and are in the stage of implementation on the territory of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region.