Oleksii Tiutiunnyk, who worked as the company's operational director, was appointed to the position of the General Director of the RGC. He has 15 years of experience in the energy industry and is an experienced manager.
Since the beginning of the war, Oleksii Tiutiunnyk has headed the program to restore gas supply in the de-occupied territories and ensure the efficiency of the gas distribution system in regions where active hostilities are taking place.
As Chief Operating Officer, Oleksii Tiutiunnyk was responsible for introducing European technologies into gas distribution networks and improving their efficiency. During his position, he established partnerships with leading European and world manufacturers of gas equipment and implemented projects for the construction of plants to produce critical equipment and gas meters – RGC Production and RGC Metering.
"The gas workers and the Ukrainian people are handing the tests of war with honor. Over the past year, our employees have kept the gas distribution systems of the regions under the pile of rashist invaders. And they proved their professionalism and strength of spirit.
All RGC resources are now working to restore and maintain a stable and reliable gas supply - logistics warehouses and production facilities, international equipment supplies, instrumentation, and software. In turn, we fully fulfill our social obligations to 40 thousand employees and budgets of all levels. This helps the country to hold the economic front every day," said Oleksii Tiutiunnyk, General Director of the RGC.
Since February 24 last year, gas companies of RGC brand have returned gas supply to 555,000 households in 330 localities, and more than 2012 gas regulating units were restored. At three modern RGC Production plants, 1,222 gas regulating, 266 metering units, and about 100 thousand meters were manufactured in the metrological centers of RGC Metering in 2022. Gas distribution companies operating under the RGC brand paid UAH 4.54 billion to the state and other budgets in 2022.