Gazprom Neft Moscow Oil Refinery is a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft. Its capacity is 12.15 million tons per year. The company produces gasoline, diesel, marine and aviation fuels, fuel oil, high-octane additives for motor fuel, bitumens and gases for various purposes. The refinery occupies leading positions in the production of petrol and diesel fuels, meeting about 40% of the total demand for petroleum products in the Moscow Region.
In 2011 the refining output of the Moscow Oil Refinery amounted to 10.8 million tons, a 6% increase over 2010. The yield of light petroleum products reached 6.1 million tons, 5% more than in 2010, including 2.2 million tons of high-octane petrol, which represents a 9.6% increase over 2010. The refinery also produced 2.6 million tons of diesel fuel and 649 thousand tons of jet fuel. The refining depth in 2011 reached 72.28%.
In Q1 2012 the Moscow Oil Refinery has increased the volume of oil refining to 2.6 million tons, 3% higher than the same period in 2011.
According to the medium-term investment program approved by Gazprom Neft, over 20 billion roubles will be invested in modernising the Moscow Oil Refinery in 2012. The program aims to upgrade the production facilities at the refinery in order to improve the quality of petroleum products, increase the depth of refining, and improve efficiency, both in terms of production and easing the impact on the environment.
In 2012, as part of the Moscow Oil Refinery modernisation program, construction of closed mechanical wastewater treatment facilities will be completed. This project will significantly reduce polluting emissions into the atmosphere as well as improve the quality of cleaning of industrial effluents. The Moscow Oil Refinery is also planning to finish the reconstruction of its bitumen unit and water treatment installation with a reservoir for collecting desalinated water.