Over 20 companies have been registered as residents of the energy technology hub developed in St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov and Chairman of the Gazprom neft Board Alexander Dyukov have discussed the development of the St. Petersburg energy technology hub, a spokesperson for the city Government told Saint-Petersburg TV Channel.
The energy hub project is aimed at establishing a digital center for developing new solutions for the energy sector, including oil and gas industries.
The St. Petersburg energy technology hub is to promote cooperation between the major Russian and foreign innovative companies to combine their competences.
The companies that register as residents of the hub will get an access to the business plans of the top energy market players and will be able to offer their solutions to oil and gas majors.
At present, more than 20 Russian companies and an Austrian company have expressed their interest in the project, negotiations with another hundred companies that can potentially become residents of the hub are underway.
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