Yevgeny Butyaev: «Work on SCF supply vessels awaits me ...»
In late January of this year, a ceremony of naming a new icebreaking vessel to supply offshore platforms took place in Helsinki (Finland). It was built by order of PJSC SovComFlot for the Sakhalin-2 Project in the long-term agreement with the Sakhalin Energy Company. The vessel was named after Gennady Nevelskoy, an outstanding Russian explorer, who played an important role in the development of Sakhalin and the Far East. Representatives of the Nevelskoy MSU Prof. Vladimir F. Veryovkin and 5th year EEF cadet Yevgeny Butyaev were invited to the ceremony of naming. Today, the future electric engineer talks about the event and his future plans.
I like the Gennady Nevelskoy at once. I was struck by the novelty and freshness of navigation equipment on the bridge - the ship is controlled with two joysticks under the right and left hand!
In 2016 I became a cadet of the SovComFlot targeted recruitment. Last year I did my practical training period on board the tanker Victor Konetsky where I gained an invaluable experience. In early February, I started a pre-graduation practical training on the tanker Yuri Senkevich. After graduation, I will be sent to work on board one of the SovComFlot ships, presumably a supply vessel, type Alexei Chirikov.
20 february 2017 year