In Boryspil, Kyiv region, two employees of Kyivoblenergo company suffered from the collapse of the ground surface during the repair work. This was reported by the State Emergency Service in the region.
So, on August 13, the operative service of the Borispol district received a message that during the execution of repair works by employees of Kyivoblenergo in the city of Boryspil there was a shift of the soil shaft. Two workers were under the ground.
Rescuers of the 23rd brigade of Boryspil were urgently sent to the site. Employees of the State Emergency Service immediately began to dig out the victims with a trench tool.
One man born in 1991 was rescued and raised to the surface. Нe got injuries and was handed over to medicine of catastrophes workers. The second worker, born in 1974, unfortunately died.
Earlier we reported that PAO DTEK Dniprooblenergo experienced a 13.5-fold (or by $16.5 million) compared to the 2016 results – to $1.32 million, according to the information from the agenda of the meeting of the shareholders, assigned for 19 April, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
According to the document, the shareholders are going to leave the net profit for the previous year undistributed and to not pay out dividends.
In 2016, DTEK Dniprooblenergo acquired a net profit amounting to $17.8 million against the net loss of $21.8 million sustained over 2015. The energy company’s net revenue grew by 25.6% (or by $215.8 million) – to $1.1 billion, whereas the company’s gross revenue climbed by 21.2% (or by $3.85 million), to $21.8 million.
76.66% of the enterprise’s shares are controlled by System Capital Management, a company that belongs to the Ukrainian businessman Rinat Akhmetov, while 15.89% are owned by the Cyprus-based Larva Investments Limited.
DTEK Dniprooblenergo is Ukraine’s largest utility company in terms of the power transported and delivered. DTEK Dniprooblenergo operates 49.7 thousand kilometers of distributing circuits across Dnipro region.