The Moscow refinery is a leader in the production of high-octane petrol and diesel, servicing more than 34% of petroleum demand in the Moscow Region. The refinery’s annual installed capacity is 11.00 million tonnes of oil per year.
In 2015, the Moscow Refinery processed 11.00 million tonnes of crude oil with a refining yield of 72.5%.
The Moscow refinery is currently undergoing a large-scale renovation and modernisation programme. Since 2013, all fuel from the Moscow refinery delivered to the Russian market has been Euro
Modernisation of the Moscow Refinery will be ongoing until 2020, with the aim of increasing yields of refining and light petroleum products, as well as improving overall operational and environmental performance.
In 2014, the Moscow Refinery switched to using Gazprom Neft’s own cracking catalyst, which was developed and produced at the Omsk Refinery.
On the basis of its 2013 performance, the Moscow refinery has been recognised by the World Refining association (WRA) as the leader in the CIS. The refinery was also awarded first place in the Government of Moscow’s competition for environmental protection in the category “Best Project Completed Using Environmentally Friendly and Energy Saving Technologies.”