TPU alumnus appointed as CEO of Nizhnevartovskaya Thermal Power Plant

An alumnus of Tomsk Polytechnic University Mikhail Nelyubin was appointed as CEO of Nizhnevartovskaya Thermal Power Plant, which is one of the main power suppliers in the Urals Federal District of Russia. 

Photo: Nizhnevartovskaya Thermal Power Station

The press office of INTER RAO reports:

‘Mikhail Nelubin who previously headed the Urengoyskaya Thermal Power Plant has been elected to the position of CEO of Nizhnevartovskaya Thermal Power Plant.’

Nizhnevartovskaya Thermal Power Plant is considered to be one of the most environmentally friendly power plants where all technological processes are highly automated.

Mikhail Nelyubin graduated from Tomsk Polytechnic Institute (now TPU). He began his career at Tyumen Central Heating and Power Plant 2 (CCHP-2) where he progressed from a worker to a shift supervisor of the power plant.

In 1988, he was transferred to Tomsk CHPP-3 where he worked as a shift supervisor of the power plant. Two years later he became a senior shift supervisor of Tomsk CHPP-3. From 2011 to 2018 he held senior positions at Nyaganskaya and Chelyabinskaya TPPs included in the Fortum Group, which integrates the largest heating and power plants in the Urals and West Siberia.

In August 2018, he was appointed as the Head of the Urengoyskaya TPP branch of JSC Inter RAO Electric Power Plants. 

Nizhnevartovskaya Thermal Power Plant was built primarily for the needs of oil and gas companies located in Ugra, the largest region of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District. In addition, the station supplies electricity and heat to residents and enterprises of the village of Izluchinsk.