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Bunkering

Bunkering

Gazprom Neft Marine Bunker LLC is a leader in the Russian bunkering market and a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft.

As of 2012, Gazprom Neft Marine Bunker manages 18.6 % of all ship bunkering in Russia. The company’s total sales of marine fuel to ships (by volume) grew by 37 percent between 2011 and 2012, reaching 1.8 million tonnes and total marine fuel sales grew by 13.7 percent, up to 2.5 million tonnes, over the same period. Gazprom Neft Marine Bunker provides high quality, year-round supplies of petroleum products (including fuel oil, lubricants, and marine fuel) to ship owners and freighters in all of Russia’s key sea and river ports. Gazprom Neft Marine Bunker has been a member of the Russian Association of Marine and River Bunker Suppliers since February 2008.

Sales of marine fuel (million tonnes)

Sales of marine fuel (million tonnes)

Gazprom Neft Marine Bunker has nine regional offices and four subsidiaries:

  • Gazprom Neft Shipping (running the company’s eight-ship fleet)
  • Gazprom Neft Terminal SPb (operating the bunker terminal in St Petersburg)
  • Marine Bunker Balkan S.A. (bunkering ships at the Black Sea port of Constanța)
  • AS Baltic Marine Bunker (operating the Baltic Sea port of Tallinn)

Gazprom Neft Marine Bunker is currently the most extensive operator in the Russian Federation and operates at all of the country’s key ports (including 16 seaports and nine river ports), as well in the major European international ports of Tallinn, Klaipėda, Riga, and Rostock. Gazprom Neft Marine Bunker entered the international market in 2013 through its acquisition of a bunker operator at the Romanian port of Constanța and the Estonian bunkering company AS Baltic Marine Bunker. The company plans to expand its fleet to twenty ships and increase total fuel sales (by volume) to 8.2 million tonnes per year by 2025, which should see the company secure a 27 percent market share in Russia.

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In Russia, Gazprom Neft has maintained a leading growth rate position in refining throughput. In 2010, the Company increased refining throughput by 13.5 %, to 37.9 m tonnes.

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