I'm a single russian woman, who is studying in Shanghai, China now, finishing my master degree.I would like to meet honest, kind guy with a sense of humor, who is ready for serious relationship. An adequate person, who appreciates open-mindedness, sensitiveness in a woman...But it was probably not the same kind of super-strong storm as the Tuscaloosa event. In this ground-based photo, you can see damaged trees, roof sections torn off, and the covered balconies ripped off the sides of the apartment building. As shown in the image below, the tornado did not leave a wide swath of damage across Blagoveshchensk.But this was not the kind of total demolition seen in super-powerful tornadoes like those that struck the U. The ALI instrument cannot see anything smaller than 10 meters, so the storm track just doesn’t show up.The construction of the Amur GPP is managed by general contractor NIPIgazpererabotka (part of the SIBUR Group), one of Russia’s leading companies for design, supplies, logistics and construction management.The company acts as the EPC contractor for the project (on a turnkey basis) responsible for developing design documentation, supplying equipment and materials, and performing construction and installation for the Amur GPP.His accomplishments include: 2007–2014 Chief Engineer – First Deputy Director General of Gazprom Pererabotka.From 2014 Deputy Head of Department for Gas and Liquid Hydrocarbon Marketing and Processing, Head of Directorate for Gas Processing and Petrochemical Facilities Development at Gazprom.
This entry was posted on Monday, August 15th, 2011 at pm and is filed under Uncategorized.
Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk is a subsidiary of Gazprom Pererabotka and a part of the Gazprom Group.
The company acts as the investor and customer for the Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP) construction project.
Sometimes we don’t see things in satellite images because they are just too small to be viewed that way.
Some commercial satellites, which have resolutions as tight as 50 centimeters, might show storm damage.