LUKOIL Neftohim Burgas AD
LUKOIL Neftohim Burgas AD



{ 9/12/2016 12:00:00 AM }

​​The celebratory program started on September 2nd with an Open Day when almost 200 veteran petrochemists visited the Burgas oil refinery, laid a wreath to the monument to the first Bulgarian gasoline and learnt about the production units’ development and revamp.

The Gala concert dedicated to the 25th anniversary of LUKOIL PJSC and the Day of Petrochemist, gathered more than 2000 people in the Summer Theatre on September 9th. The Festive event of the petrochemists was attended by the Governor of Burgas Region Valcho Cholakov, the Deputy Mayor of Burgas Municipality Yordanka Ananieva, the Honorary Consul of the Russian Federation in Burgas Tonko Fotev, representatives of the Public Partnership Council LUKOIL Neftohim Burgas JSC, business partners, directors of state institutions, schools, universities.

In his address, the Chairman of the Management Board Sergey Andronov expressed his satisfaction and pride with the achievements of the LUKOIL Neftohim Burgas JSC team of professionals and those of the partner organisations, whose efforts contributed to the good results of both the Refinery and the Company. The President of the Syndicate of Bulgarian Petrochemists LUKOIL Pavlin Vakovski expressed his gratitude for the beneficial cooperation among the participants of the professional association aimed at creating a better future for both enterprises and people, working for those. In recognition of efforts for the development of fuel and energy complex Sergey Andronov and Pavlin Vakovski presented Russian Federation Ministry of Energy awards to four managers and specialists of LUKOIL Neftohim Burgas JSC. The official part closed with a video film screening about the history and achievements of LUKOIL and the Company, followed by a gala concert.

The traditional children party held on September 11th at the LUKOIL kids' playground in the Marine Gardens was also dedicated to the Company’s 25th anniversary. Burgas children took part in entertaining games and competitions. The future first graders, whose parents work on the territory of the refinery, received school bags with useful school things for their first day at school.

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