Surgut

What is Surgut known for?


century construction

December 2011 (Category:Surgut) The Trans-Siberian Railway, once completed, provided for more direct, year-round transportation in the east-west direction. But the Ob river system still remained important for connecting the huge expanses of Tyumen Oblast and Tomsk Oblast with the major cities along the Trans-Siberian route, such as Novosibirsk or Omsk. In the second half of the 20th century, construction of rail links to Labytnangi, Tobolsk, and the oil and gas


analysis

cities of Surgut, and Nizhnevartovsk provided more railheads, but did not diminish the importance of the waterways for reaching places still not served by the rail. Image:Vitus Bering.jpg left 180px thumb A portrait once believed to be of Vitus Bering (according to more recent data, it is likely his uncle's portrait) In 1991 a Russian-Danish expedition found Bering's burial site. Analysis of Bering's skull also showed

that Bering could not have had such a round face, as is depicted in most pictures. The analysis showed a man of strong stature and a more angular face. The portrait most frequently attributed to Bering may possibly be the writer '''Vitus Pedersen Bering''', who was Bering's uncle. Both parties used horse-drawn sledges and made good time over the first legs of the journey. On 14 February they were reunited in Vologda, and, now travelling together, headed eastwards across the Ural


huge oil

icing icing , killing all 13 people on board. * January 22 – A United States Navy P-3 Orion sets a distance record for an aircraft in its class of 7,010 miles (11,282 km). Farman Salmanov dedicated fifty years of his life to the oil-and-gas industry of the Soviet Union and Russia, and discovered or participated in the discovery of over one hundred fields, including such huge oil and gas reserves as Mamontovskoye


site analysis

cities of Surgut, and Nizhnevartovsk provided more railheads, but did not diminish the importance of the waterways for reaching places still not served by the rail. Image:Vitus Bering.jpg left 180px thumb A portrait once believed to be of Vitus Bering (according to more recent data, it is likely his uncle's portrait) In 1991 a Russian-Danish expedition found Bering's burial site. Analysis of Bering's skull also showed


record

yes single line yes Jan record high C 2.7 Feb record high C 6.5 Mar record high C 10.3 Apr record high C 23.0 May record high C 31.8 Jun record high C 33.5 Jul record high C 35.2 Aug record high C 30.3 Sep record high C 27.4 Oct record high C 20.7 Nov record high C 8.2 Dec record high C 2.5 year record high C 35.2 Jan high C −16.3 Feb high C −14.2 Mar high C -4.8 Apr high C 1.6 May high C 10.6 Jun high C 18.9 Jul high C 22.4 Aug high C 18.2 Sep high C

low C -2.6 Nov low C −14.6 Dec low C −21.7 year low C -5.3 Jan record low C −54.2 Feb record low C −55.2 Mar record low C −48.7 Apr record low C −39.7 May record low C −22.0 Jun record low C -6.7 Jul record low C -0.1 Aug record low C -3.7 Sep record low C −10.5 Oct record low C −30.7 Nov record low C −46.9 Dec record low C −55.0 year record low C −55.2 Jan precipitation mm 25 Feb precipitation mm 22 Mar precipitation mm 28 Apr

icing icing , killing all 13 people on board. * January 22 – A United States Navy P-3 Orion sets a distance record for an aircraft in its class of 7,010 miles (11,282 km). Farman Salmanov dedicated fifty years of his life to the oil-and-gas industry of the Soviet Union and Russia, and discovered or participated in the discovery of over one hundred fields, including such huge oil and gas reserves as Mamontovskoye


competing'

Dutch Shell has a substantial development. This section of the route takes about six hours. Road P-404 (Road P-404 (Russia)) connects Surgut with Tyumen. There is a port on the Ob River. Sports *Universitet Surgut (Universitet Yugra Surgut), basketball team playing in the Russian Basketball Super League *Gazprom-Yugra is a men's volleyball club competing in the Russian Volleyball Super League and playing its home matches at the Premier Arena International

''' ( ) is a Russian race car driver (driving) born on January 16, 1976 in Surgut. Maslov spent six years in top-level karting, debuting in 1989, before competing in the premiere ice racing event Trophy Andros in 1996. In 1996 Maslov also competed in Russian Formula Three. In 1997 Maslov again competed in both categories, staying with the Daewoo team in Andros, before landing a 1998 seat with Italian Formula Three team Lukoil. DATE


record high

yes single line yes Jan record high C 2.7 Feb record high C 6.5 Mar record high C 10.3 Apr record high C 23.0 May record high C 31.8 Jun record high C 33.5 Jul record high C 35.2 Aug record high C 30.3 Sep record high C 27.4 Oct record high C 20.7 Nov record high C 8.2 Dec record high C 2.5 year record high C 35.2 Jan high C −16.3 Feb high C −14.2 Mar high C -4.8 Apr high C 1.6 May high C 10.6 Jun high C 18.9 Jul high C 22.4 Aug high C 18.2 Sep high C


documentary films

to the president of Russian Itera Gas Company. Farman Salmanov was doctor of geological-mineralogical sciences, a Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the author of over 160 monographs and scientific works. He was an honorary citizen of Khanty–Mansi (Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug) and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrugs, the city of Surgut, and the state of Texas. A number of feature and documentary films were dedicated to Salmanov's story. *


rich oil

of Surgut Gas Processing Factory, former First Deputy Chairman of the Board, former President of Sibneft, former deputy (i.e. member) of the State Duma) (2001 - 15 November 2006) * Mikhail Akselrod (until 18 March 2005) After the discovery of rich oil and gas (natural gas) fields in Tyumen Oblast in the 1960s, Tyumen became the focus of the Soviet oil industry, and experienced a second economic and population boom. While most of the oil and gas fields were hundreds


distinctive feature

for Russia. Naturally growing population is the other distinctive feature of the city. Geography The city is located at the North of Westen Siberia at the right bank of the river Ob', 250km east of Khanty-Mansiysk and 708km north-east of Tyumen. Climate Climate-wise Surgut belongs to the Extreme North zone, winter lasts for seven months. The average temperature of January is −20,9 °C. July averages on +17,4 °C. Get in By train Direct train from Tyumen (#939) and Nizhnevartovsk (#952). By plane Domestic flights from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Omsk, Tyumen, Khanty-Mansiysk, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Perm, Ufa, Krasnodar, Yekaterinburg, Samara, Saratov, Volgograd etc. International flights from Baku and Kiev, including charter ones from Bangkok and Hurghada. By boat The river port doesn't serve passenger transportation. Get around See * Wikipedia:Surgut

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