On 29 November, in the Great Hall of the RF Public Chamber in Moscow, the awards ceremony for the winners of the national Priority-2019 National Award in the field of import substitution has taken place. The company was declared the winner in the Priority—Fuel and Energy Sector nomination of the Oil and Gas Industry category. The award was presented by Gennady Shmal, President of the Union of Oil & Gas Producers of Russia.
Sakhalin Energy participated in the Regional Dialogue: Lessons Learned, Challenges, Innovation—Eastern Europe session of the 8th UN Forum on Business and Human Rights held in The Palace of Nations in Geneva, Switzerland on 25–27 November. The session was organised by the UN Working Group on the Issue of Human Rights and Transnational Corporations and Other Business Enterprises in collaboration with the Polish Institute for Human Rights and Business (PIHRB).
On 27 November, the Sakhalin Energy Moscow Representative Office housed a working meeting of the expert Okhotsk–Korean Gray Whale Conservation Group.
Sakhalin Energy has commenced preparation of the 11th Sustainable Development Report, and stakeholder engagement is a key tool to determine its contents.
An exhibition by the Uilta craftswoman, who paints on fish skin, opened at the Palace of Nations in Geneva as part of the 8th Annual United Nations Forum on Business and Human Rights. The event was organised by the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations, the UN Global Compact, and Sakhalin Energy.
A group of journalists visited the offshore platform for one day to make a special video report on oil and gas production and transportation to the onshore facilities via the offshore pipeline system. Sakhalin-2 gas is also exported to the Sakhalin-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok gas pipeline, the main subject of the video report made for the Energetika tv-show.
Sakhalin Energy ranks first in the environmental rating of oil and gas companies for the fourth time in a row.
On 22 November, the Sakhalin Regional Library for the Blind welcomed not only readers but also numerous guests. Many of them have become genuine friends of the institution, without whom the Tangible World of Sakhalin—the winning project of the Sakhalin Energy grant competition—would not have taken place.
Sakhalin Energy held a business day at the Sakhalin State University. Cooperation between the company and the University in the field of graduate employment has been lasting for more than 20 years. This year, for the first time the event has brought together students in the walls of the Technical Oil and Gas Institute.
Sakhalin Energy recently participated in the International Business and Biodiversity Conference organised as part of the Ecology National Project by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, the Russian Geographical Society and the Expocentre Zapovedniki Rossii Autonomous Non-Commercial Organisation.