In refining, attention is focussed on modernising refining capacity and improving business efficiency. Gazprom Neft has already completed the first phase of the extensive modernisation of its refining facilities, and has now moved on to implementing the second phase, directed at increasing refining depth to 95 percent and increasing the production of light petroleum products to 80 percent of total output by 2025.
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One of the most modern oil refining plants in Russia, and one of the largest in the world. Installed processing capacity at Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery stands at 22 million tonnes of oil per year. The Omsk Refinery is a market leader in Russia in terms of refining depth (90.6%) and of yield of light petroleum products (70.9%).
An industry leader in the production of high-performance gasolines and Euro-5 diesel fuels, the Moscow Refinery meets approximately 34 percent of the Moscow region’s demand for fuel, with a product range including 30 branded oil products. Installed production capacity stands at 12.2 million tonnes per year.
The NIS refining complex consists of two facilities, located in the cities of Pančevo (specializes in the production of engine fuels) and Novy Sad (lubricants), Serbia. Total production capacity across these two enterprises stands at more than seven million tonnes of crude oil per year.
In addition to its own refining facilities, Gazprom Neft has access (through its interests in Slavneft) to capacity at the YaNOS Refinery (installed production capacity stands at 15 million tonnes per year), and the Mozyr Refinery, located in the Republic of Belarus, Installed production capacity stands at 12 million tonnes per year.