The Оmsk refinery is one of the most advanced refineries in Russia and one of the largest in the world, with an installed annual capacity of 20.89 million tonnes of oil per year.
The Omsk Refinery is undergoing a large-scale modernisation programme. The first phase of this directed at improving the quality of oil products is already finished. It’s result was transferring to the
20.9 million tonnes of crude oil was processed by Omsk Refinery in 2015. The refinery has released 6.3 million tons of diesel fuel and more than 4.4 million tons of high-octane petrol.
Omsk Refinery established one of the most up-to-date sets of present-day processing operational procedures. The facility produces in the order of 50 types of oil products, including jet-engine fuel, household gas, heavy fuel oil (mazut), benzene, toluene, orthoxylene, paraxylene, bitumen, coke, industrial sulphur, and other products consistent with market demand.
Different types of Omsk refinery production have been winners of the Russia’s 100 Best Products contest for ten years. In 2015, six Omsk refinery products were winners in 100 Best Goods of Russia competition in the Industrial and Technical Products category. Micro-spherical zeolite-containing biceolyte catalyst production used in catalytic cracking and Euro-5 diesel fuel has won a gold. DT-Z-K5 winter diesel, TC-1 jet-engine fuel, B-grade methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE), and A-grade catalytic gas oil took silver.
In 2012, the World Refining Association named Gazpromneft OOR the number one refinery in Russia and the CIS.