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Vladimir Potanin informed President Vladimir Putin about Norilsk Nickel’s 2016 performance and the company’s current operations. Norilsk Nickel embarked on a long-term development program that will last through 2023. Once implemented, it will lead to a 50 percent increase in the production of ore, and will almost double company's enrichment volumes. By 2023 Norilsk Nickel plans to reduce air pollutant emissions by 75 percent. Norilsk Nickel will create three thousand additional jobs to make sure that the upgrades do not lead to social tensions. That will require approximately 1 trillion rubles of investments, 250 billion of which will go towards environmental protection programs. More Topics Norilsk Nickel
17.01.2017
The Visitor Center of the Pasvik State Nature Reserve, Murmansk District, has opened its doors. The project, financed by Norilsk Nickel, took several years to complete. The investment totaled 77.5 million rubles
More Topics Norilsk Nickel
20.10.2016
Nornikel’s 2015 corporate social responsibility report (CSO) received the highest award in three categories at MarCom Awards, a prestigious international competition. The company won platinum statuettes in three categories: Best CSO Report, Best Designed CSO Report, and Best Text CSO Report. This is the first time that Nornikel receives the highest awards in all three categories.
More Topics Norilsk Nickel
23.05.2016
Vladimir Potanin Foundation was places seventh in the list in terms of the budget size with a budget of 336.5 million rubles in 2014.
More Topics Charity
20.04.2016
This year the Foundation received 419 applications from different Russian museums. The expert council selected winners in 18 nominations. In 2016, «Museums and Museum Community» nomination became the most popular category among Russian museum professionals, with almost 160 application received.
More Topics Charity