This year’s last issue of CPC Panorama has come out. It starts with New Year’s wishes from CPC General Director N. Gorban to the readers. Mr. Gorban notes that CPC personnel have stood the pandemic, demonstrating their outstanding stamina, utmost professionalism and the ability to respond flexibly and promptly to any emerging challenges.
In his article, CPC Technical Director Igor Lisin presents the 2020 results of the Debottlenecking Program and notes that next year will bring yet more exciting events and important milestones.
Kairgeldy Kabyldin, Deputy General Director, RoK Government Relations, in his interview, talked about CPC operations, activity programs and social projects carried out in Kazakhstan in these challenging times.
In 2021, CPC will roll out its three-year activity program for 2022–2024 based on a new integrated business planning approach. This important issue is covered in the “Labor Management” section.
This year’s restrictions made it impossible to award the best employees on the stage to the applause of their colleagues at the Oilman’s Day corporate functions; however, the pandemic could not stand in the way of telling about specialists being an honor to CPC.
The 2020 results are summed up in the section dedicated to CPC charity projects. Social projects had to be adjusted to global developments: health care became a priority, albeit all focal areas (education, culture, children’s sports, environment) were supported.
Throughout the year CPC team has successfully resolved numerous issues, made fresh gains and brought it to ever greater heights thanks to its wealth of experience, team work and commitment to results. As a hallmark of this year, a CPC flag was planted on Mount Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe. This event is covered in the last article of the issue.