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Order of Honour presented for outstanding achievement in Spectral Noise Logging Technology and for maintaining Russian-base manufacturing March 14: Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow Today, at a special briefing held by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation—Dmitry Medvedev, TGT Oilfield Services was presented with the ‘Order of Honour’ for outstanding achievement in science and technology for the oil and gas sector. This most coveted Russian Federation National Award recognised TGT’s research and pioneering development in spectral noise logging now called ‘Chorus’. And additionally, for maintaining manufacturing operations of the acoustic technology in the Technology Centre, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. “Together with Professor Nikolay Nikolaevich Neprimerov, my university professor, we challenged conventional methods for assuring well flow and well integrity”, said Arthur Aslanyan, Co-Founder, TGT. “Professor Neprimerov told me to ”learn what the industry needs, understand those needs and create the solution to answer the needs”, so that is exactly what we set out to do”. Arthur was presented the Order of Honour along with colleagues from TGT: Andrey Arbuzov, Head of Research and Development, TGT and Stanislav Soroka, Head of Manufacturing, TGT. Standing alongside them were partners from the Kazan Federal University and Gazprom. Professor Neprimerov was recognised posthumously. “Chorus technology [previously known as SNL] has unparalleled capability, it uses an acoustic platform to diagnose flow within a well system”, continued Artur. “It has been our life’s work, so to receive this award today along with my colleagues and partners is the greatest honour which could be bestowed”. Андрей Арбузов, руководитель департамента НИОКР, Артур Асланян, соучредитель компании TGT и Станислав Сорока, начальник производства были награждены орденом Почета за выдающиеся достижения в области науки и технологий The annual awards are judged by a cross-departmental government council, comprising members of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Only seven prizes are presented at these auspicious awards. “We have committed ourselves to the never-ending pursuit of revealing a greater truth about a key area of vulnerability [in the oil and gas market], in the happenings thousands of meters away from the surface—downhole, and we will not stop” added Artur. Mohamed Hegazi, CEO, TGT adds, “I am very proud of the recognition this award represents. Our company was forged on the clear vision of our founders to help the industry improve well performance by delivering better diagnostics. Today, our well diagnostic systems are the most powerful in the industry, thanks to the inventiveness and pioneering spirit of our founders and our staff.” TGT now stand shoulder-to-shoulder with other great innovators, all dedicated to scaling the heights of their profession.