Gazprom gave Tomsk microenterprise contracts for 8 billion rubles
In the state of company there are five people.
The company Tompromtrans won 40 contracts from Gazprom for the construction of pipeline Power of Siberia, says RBC. The total amount of received contracts is 7.9 billion rubles.
The microenterprise will carry out the construction of office buildings, residential and non-residential facilities. According to SPARK, in companies of this type up to 5 people work.
Reporters contacted head of Tompromtrans Evgeny Lavrenenko. According to the businessman, his company has all necessary equipment for quality execution of works. Now, the company selects subcontractors, and, according to Lavrenenko, the potential partner's region does not matter. Answering the question about the reasons of the success the businessman replied that he just applied for the competition, where his company has met all the requirements of the customer.
It should be noted that Gazprom is the only major customer, which requirements Tompromtrans satisfied since the foundation of themicroenterprise in July 2012. Practically, in all competitions for the construction of the Power of Siberia the same organizations, LLC Sibstroygarant and LLC Regionservis, were its opponents. Virtually, all competitions Tompromtrans won without reducing the initial maximum price. It is noteworthy that Lavrenenko took office less than six months before all competitions have been done. Another oddity is that the owner of such a large number of contracts has been identified in less than two weeks.
In May 2014, Gazprom signed a contract with the Chinese company CNPC to build a gas pipeline Power of Siberia length of more than 3 thousand km. At the conclusion of the contract the value of the project was estimated at $ 55 billion. The biggest contractors of Power of Siberia became companies Stroygazmontazh, Stroytransneftegaz and Stroygazkonsalting. It is expected that through the new pipeline volumes of gas supply to China will reach 38 billion cubic meters per year.
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