Vice President of Energy & Environment
Sergey Chebotarev joined NLMK in 2000 as an economist in the Fuel and Energy Complex Department.
He was Head of Energy Policy Management and Director for Energy Efficiency and Energy Markets, before being promoted to Vice President of Energy in 2016. In 2020, he was appointed Vice President of Energy & Environment.
He graduated from Lipetsk State Technical University, majoring in Applied Mathematics. Ph.D., Tech.
NLMK Group and NOVATEK extend gas supply contract to 2025
... supplies a total of 2.6 bn cubic meters of natural gas per year to the Lipetsk production site. Supply volumes will remain the same. The additional agreement that came into force on July 1, 2016, extends the term of cooperation to December 31, 2025. Sergey Chebotarev, NLMK Group Vice President for Energy, said: “An agreement reached last year with NOVATEK for the supply of a key source of energy for the Group’s energy-intensive operations supported an improvement in the efficiency of energy supplies ...
NLMK Group strengthens risk management and OHS practices
... . He will combine this role of division head with the role of Vice President for Finance and Member of NLMK Management Board. Alexander Burayev who previously headed the division will assume a different role within NLMK Group due to his retirement. Sergey Chebotarev is appointed to the position of Vice President for Energy. He previously held the position of NLMK’s Director for Energy Efficiency and Energy Markets. He will replace Alexander Starchenko. In order to boost business process efficiency and ...
NLMK Group launches new green energy facility
... design capacity of the two turbines is equal to 40 MW. The two TRT units make the company more self-sufficient in electrical power to the tune of 200 million kWh per year, which is equal to around 6.5% of the volume purchased from external suppliers. Sergey Chebotarev, NLMK’s VP for Energy said: “We have completed an extremely important project aimed at developing our green energy facilities. The TRT does not burn fuel to produce electric power, instead it makes use of the pressure of blast furnace ...