Tyumen is the capital of the Tyumen region, which administratively belongs to the Ural Federal District, but geographically located in the west of Siberia. Tyumen is considered the first city built in Siberia by Russians — in 1586.

In 2019, the population of the city was 788 thousand people. Tyumen is known both in our country and abroad as the "oil and gas capital of Russia".

This wonderful and modern city has many attractions and is widely known for its beneficial hot springs.

This Siberian city, located on the Tura River, the left tributary of the Tobol, has a developed infrastructure, major international exhibitions and conferences are regularly held here.

The status of the "oil and gas capital" gives this prosperous city great advantages. In Tyumen, large-scale industries are concentrated related to the extraction and processing of petroleum products. The local oil and gas University, which has the status of a State University, trains specialists for the domestic fuel and energy complex.
The conference will be held in the West Siberian Innovation Center (Tyumen TECHNOPARK) — the place where ideas originate and develop the epicenter of events of various scales. This complex has a unique infrastructure for holding various events, exhibitions, teleconferences. It offers a range of modern conference rooms of various sizes and seating arrangements. The technical equipment of the halls, which meets international standards, creates maximum comfort and functionality for speakers and listeners. The architecture of the TECHNOPARK, which has provided with shops, restaurants, catering space, comfortable halls, promotes comfortable work and pleasant pastime.