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2002
2 November 1992  
Establishment of JSC “Gascom”

Gazprom’s northern enterprises (Yamburggazdobicha, Tumenburgaz, Urengoygazprom, Nadimgazprom, Tumentransgaz), together with Rocket Space Corporation Energia, Gazprombank and Consortium Kosmicheskaya Regatta established the Joint Stock Company Gascom.

Nikolay Sevastiyanov becomes the first Director General of the company.

 
Satellite communication and TV networks

Based on the leased capacity of Gorizont satellites Gascom develops its first satellite communication network in the gas fields in the North of Russia.

Gascom builds a satellite backbone data network for the subsidiaries of Gazprom and the telecom system with integrated services of the companies Mezhregiongaz and Gazprombank.

The company’s first teleports are constructed in Korolev (Moscow region) and in Moscow (Gazprom Headquarters).

A Moscow-centered multichannel digital satellite TV system is developed and commissioned.

6 September 1999  
Launch of Yamal-100 satellite
The first satellite of Gascom – Yamal-100 - is placed in geostationary orbit into the orbital position 90°E.
 
Satellite networks development for Gazprom needs

Develops satellite communication networks for Tumentransgaz and Burgaz and a multiservice communication network in Yamal-Nenetsky autonomy region, deploys satellite TV systems for 16 regions of Russia,.

 
Infrastructure Development

Deploys satellite TV systems for 16 regions of Russia.

Provides satellite communication services to the Russian federal and commercial users.

Builds a third teleport in Dolgoe Ledovo (Moscow region).

Implements the project of two new Yamal-200 satellites production; develops and builds the ground control facilities (MCC), a backup satellite control center and a network operation center.

24 November 2003  
Launch of Yamal-200 satellites

Satellites Yamal-201 and Yamal-202 are placed into orbit. Yamal-201 started operations at 90°E, Yamal-202 – in the orbital position 49°E. For the first time ever in the Russian space practice the project Yamal-200 was implemented on the principles of project financing and self-repayment..

 

Yamal System provides satellite communication services for all kinds of Gazprom activities, to government institutions, administrations of the Russian regions.

The company enters the international telecom market and gains trust and credibility among international customers.

Development of satellite telecommunication systems for Gazprom Group companies is in progress.

A Regional Satellite Teleport is built at the premises of Tomsk State University.

Another few regional TV systems are developed. The number of TV channels, broadcasted via Yamal satellites is growing.

A new space project Yamal-300 started.

 
Dmitry Sevastiyanov became Director General of Gascom
After Nikolay Sevastiyanov headed RSC Energia, Dmitry Sevastiyanov became Director General of Gascom (2005)
1 December 2008  
Renaming as JSC Gazprom Space Systems
By the decision of Gazprom the company Gascom was renamed as Gazprom Space Systems.
 

Project Yamal-300 “restarted”.

Development of two new high-power satellites Yamal-401 and Yamal-402 began.

The company began provision of services on ASTRA 1F satellite, temporarily relocated to the orbital position 55ºE under agreement with the global satellite operator SES.