Sergey Egorov, Chairman of the Board Arcticmorgeo, Vice President Association of Polar Explorers of Russia, President Arctic World Club.

Arcticmorgeo Group of Companies combines territorial entities with more than 40 years of experience in surveying, engineering, prospecting, drilling, construction and repair works at oil-and-gas extraction sites and pipelines. The company owns Fyodor Ushakov (SMP-03) self-elevating modular platform, with unique vessel equipment. Arcticmorgeo works with the largest Russian companies: NOVATEK, Gazprom, Gazprom Neft, LUKOIL, Transneft, with established presence in Russia, USA (Houston, TX), Europe (Hungary, Germany), South East Asia (Philippines, Indonesia). In 2017, Arcticmorgeo started the first phase of the project to create an international floating station. The company takes active part in various oil-and-gas industry forums and exhibitions, cooperating with Ukhta State Technical University, Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, St. Petersburg Mining University, and the Antarctic Research Institute.

Sergey Egorov is the Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the International Forum “Arctic: the Preset and the Future”. He provides support to major research projects operated by the Association of Polar Explorers. In 2012 he won the International Socrates Award. In 2017, opened a Businessman Preparation School in partnership with Harvard University.

As part of its sports activities, Arctic World Club organized an annual international ice hockey tournament between the Arctic Council member states – Arctic Cup, with the involvement of Russia, Canada, USA, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway teams. The tournament won international recognition and was highly esteemed by the Russian Ice Hockey Federation of Russia and the International Ice Hockey Federation, along with its President René Fasel. In 2012 a decision was made to expand the Arctic Cup format and conduct a separate tournament among amateur junior teams of the Arctic Council countries – Arctic Cup Junior.

Arctic ice hockey team was established in 2008 as Mr. Egorov’s personal initiative. The team has been playing successfully in Russian and international veteran tournaments since 2009.

In 2013, Sergey Egorov established Arctic Energy – a professional racing team successfully competing in international championships of France, Belgium and Spain. In the same year he also opened Arctic Energy Racing School.

Sergey Egorov is also known as the founder of Russian racing series, Mitjet Series Russia (MSR). In 2016 and 2017 the series was the first and only one in Russia authorized to act as the support race for Formula 1 competition. MSR held joint events with world racing series: DTM, WTCC and TCR. In 2018, Sergey Egorov organized Arctic Energy World Rally Team, which will be competing in the World Rally Championship in the 2018 season.

Sergey Egorov also took part in the establishment of the Sailing Academy and created Arctic Energy Yachting, a professional team participating in the most prominent international regattas. In 2015 the team ranked 2nd in Copa del Rey regatta, in 2017 – came third in the legendary Rolex Middle Sea Race.

The Ministry of Sports, Tourism and Youth Policy of Russia awarded Sergey Egorov for his contribution to improving international reputation of Russian Federation and Russian sports.

 

As part of its charity projects, Arctic World Club supports Russian and international charity organizations: the Red Cross Foundation, Leonardo Di Caprio Foundation, Podari.Life Foundation, Duke Dmitry Romanov’s Charity Foundation, Winter Ball Foundation and Action for Russia’s Children Foundation; together with UNESCO, Sergey Egorov opened a football school for orphaned children in the Republic of Ghana. Further, he organized a charity bike race “From Toscana to Monaco”, with the participation of famous sportsmen, including Formula-1 legend, two-time world champion Mika Häkkinen.