Gazpromneft-Aero is the operator of Gazprom Neft’s aviation fuels business, involving “wing-tip” aircraft refuelling and the wholesaling of aviation fuels.
Year-end results for 2017 show Gazpromneft-Aero to be Russia’s outright market leader by sales volumes of aviation fuels, at more than 3.5 million tonnes.
The company has again expanded the geography of sales over the past year. As of the end of 2017, the Company provided jet fuel supply services at 249 airports in 64 countries.
Company strategy envisages the further expansion of the international airport network in collaboration with local fuel suppliers, guaranteeing timely refuelling and high-quality service for air carriers.
The Gazpromneft-Aero directly owned sales network includes 50 aviation refuelling complexes throughout Russia and the Kyrgyz Republic. The company began “wing-tip” refuelling at Kadala International Airport (Chita) and Khrabrovo Airport (Kaliningrad) in 2017.
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In May 2017 Gazprom Neft became the General Partner to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) International Aviation Fuel Forum, held in Russia for the first time, in St Petersburg. A record number of participants attended the event, which brought together more than 650 delegates, from 61 countries. Fifty seven of the world’s leading airlines were represented, as well as more than 100 fuel and refuelling equipment suppliers.
The consistent high quality of the company’s aviation fuels is ensure through direct supplies from Gazprom Neft oil refineries (together with trusted local suppliers abroad), as a finely-tuned quality control system at the company’s fully regulated laboratories.
Gazpromneft-Aero was one of the first companies in Russia to insure all risks in the event of any potential harm to third parties, or the environment. On which basis, all of the company’s facilities and equipment are fully insured, anywhere in the world, for individual claims of up to $500 million.