Yevgeny Sozinov was appointed NWPC’s CEO in February 2019.
In 2017–February 2019, he was Dorogobuzh’s Executive Director.
In 2015–2017, Mr Sozinov was Dorogobuzh’s Deputy Executive Director for Transportation and Capital Construction.
In March 2013–2015, Yevgeny Sozinov served as Senior Deputy for Transportation to NWPC’s CEO.
In October 2012, he was appointed CEO of LLC NWPC-Remstroy.
In 2010–2012, he served as CEO of MashZavod-Service in Nizhnevartovsk.
In 2001–2010, he held various senior management positions at business units and subsidiaries of Slavneft.
Mr Sozinov was born in 1978. He graduated from the Siberian Automobile and Road Construction Academy with a degree in handling and road construction machinery and equipment, and the Murmansk Arctic State university with a degree in underground mining. Mr Sozinov took a professional retraining course at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration with a degree in state and municipal administration.
Alexey Braunshtein was appointed NWPC Chief Technology Officer in June 2020.
He joined NWPC in May 2019 as Mine Deputy Director for Production and later served as Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Production.
In 2001–2019, he worked for JSC Apatit, having made his way from a service man at Rasvumchorr mine to Chief Engineering Officer.
Alexey Braunshtein was born in 1975. In 2001, he graduated from the Plekhanov St. Petersburg State Mining Institute with a degree in Mineral Deposit Underground Mining.
Deputy CEO for Development, Apatite Concentrate Production and Logistics
Deputy CEO for Development, Production and Logistics
Alexander Pislegin was appointed NWPC Deputy CEO for Development, Production and Logistics in March 2020.
He was Deputy CEO for Processing from 2017 to2020.
From 2013 to 2017, he served as director of the processing plant.
Mr Pislegin has worked at NWPC since 2008 in a number of positions: deputy chief powerman and chief heat engineer at the main powerman department, mine deputy technical director and engineer-in-chief.
In 2005-2008, he worked for JSC Apatit as subforeman of a steam supply unit and chief heat engineer at the ANOF-3 chief powerman department.
Mr Pislegin was born in 1983. In 2005, he graduated from Ivanovsky State Electric Power Engineering Institute with a degree in industrial heat power engineering. In 2015, he underwent further training at Petrozavodsk State University and obtained a professional qualification in mineral processing.
Deputy CEO for Security — Head of Security Department
Oleg Lebedev serves as NWPC deputy CEO for security and head of security department since February 2019.
In August 2018 — January 2019, he led the NWPC security department.
In 2014 — 2018, Mr Lebedev occupied senior management positions at PJSC NC Rosneft-Murmansknefteproduct, NPP North West Fishing Consortium, JSC Arkhangelsk Trawl Fleet.
In 1995 — 2013, he served at the Administration of Federal Security Service of Russia for Murmansk region. Military service veteran. Combat veteran.
In 1987 — 1989, Mr Lebedev served in the Soviet Armed Forces
Oleg Lebedev was born in 1968. He graduated from Murmansk State Academy of Fishing Fleet with a degree in Marine Engines Operation.
Deputy CEO for Open-pit Mining and Geology
Yuri Sergeev was appointed NWPC Deputy CEO for Open-pit Mining and Geology in March 2020.
In 2011, he joined the chief geologist’s department at NWPC. Over eight years, he progressed from a hydrogeologist to the Company’s chief geologist.
Between 2009 and 2011, Mr Sergeev worked as a hydrogeologist at the Murmansk State District Power Plant.
He began his career in 2008 as a hydrogeological technician at Central Kola Expedition.
Mr Sergeev was born in 1988. In 2010, he graduated from Voronezh State University with a degree in Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology.
Deputy CEO and head Avalanche Safety Centre
Nikolay Barashev was appointed Deputy CEO and head of NWPC Avalanche Safety Centre in April 2021
In 2014, he completed a professional training programme at St. Petersburg State University of Economics, earning a degree in Corporate Management
In 2011, he completed a postgraduate degree in Environmental Geology at Murmansk State Technical University
Mr Barashev headed NWPC’s Avalanche Safety Centre between September 2010 and April 2021
Between 2005 and 2010, he led the central mountain avalanche station for the JSC Apatit Avalanche Safety Centre
From 1990 to 2005, Mr Barashev served as an engineer at the central mountain avalanche station for the JSC Apatit Avalanche Safety Centre
Between 1988 and 1990, he worked as a hydrometeorological observer at the JSC Apatit mountain avalanche station
Nikolay Barashev was born in 1965. He earned a degree in Land Hydrology from Leningrad Hydrometeorological Institute in 1989.
Deputy CEO for General Issues
Andrey Ril was appointed NWPC Deputy CEO for General Issues in June 2021
In 2010, he joined the NWPC operational and production department. For eight years, he worked his way from dispatcher to team lead for operational efficiency improvement and standardisation projects
In 2006 and 2007, he worked at JSC Apatit Vostochny mine as a drainage equipment repairman and blasting workshop miner
Andrey Ril was born in 1984. He graduated from Petrozavodsk State University in 2006 with a degree in open pit mining
Deputy CEO for Personnel
In September 2023, Irina Molchanova was appointed NWPC’s Deputy CEO for personnel.
In 2022–2023, she was HR Business Partner in OTEKO Group.
Since 2018 until 2022, Ms Molchanova served as deputy executive director for personnel and general matters at Dorogobuzh.
Irina Molchanova was born in 1976. She graduated from Moscow Psychological and Social Institute with a degree in Law and completed supplementary HR Management course at the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics in 2011.
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