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Unmanned cargo helicopter tested on Gazprom Neft’s Arctic fields

Christian Fernsby ▼ | October 12, 2020
An unmanned aerial vehicle designed to deliver heavy and oversized cargo under Arctic conditions has, for the first time in Russia, been tested on the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye oil and gas condensate field in Gydan Peninsula of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, with an unmanned Tiber KAGU-150 successfully completing several flights and delivering materials and equipment to the field.
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The objective of this test was to confirm the potential for unmanned technologies to deliver critical necessities to standalone northern fields.

Topics: Gazprom

The project was undertaken by specialists from Gazpromneft-Snabzheniye, representatives from Russian drone and unmanned-systems producer Tiber LLC, and employees at Messoyakhaneftegaz.

The UAV, controlled from the company’s logistics base in the Tazovsky settlement, successfully completed a route, delivering load to the field.

The drone has demonstrated high technical capabilities under Arctic conditions.

A second round of testing is planned at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field in December 2020, with drone developers and oil-industry specialists all keen to test it under Arctic winter conditions.


 

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