New Gazprom Neft website now live

Gazprom Neft has unveiled its newly launched website, available at www.gazprom-neft.com. Fully revised in line with leading international best practice, major improvements to functionality, structure and navigation have resulted in a completely new and intuitive user experience.

Home Page

Web-pages have been revised in line with user needs, delivering high-quality, relevant content — a major improvement being the collation of all information on the company’s products and services in a single, readily accessible section. An improved search function, with various filters and other options, directs users to the content most directly relevant to them, while social media content (across all Gazprom Neft pages, as well as the company’s retail network) is delivered in a single, real-time RSS feed.

The site automatically analyses visitors’ behaviour and independently determines the audience that they fall into: motorists, business partners, peers in the oil-sector, investors, shareholders, journalists and job-seekers. On that basis, visitors are directed almost immediately to content adapted for that specific audience, although a series of “drop-down” menus also allows users to independently select the content most appropriate for them. The revised site has retained all functionality for users with special needs.

Deputy CEO for Corporate Communications Alexander Dybal commented: “In developing the new Gazprom Neft site we have paid very close attention to the needs of specific audiences. Key information on the company’s products and services is now specifically targeted at either consumer or business customers. We have deliberately moved away from the outdated idea of delivering the same information for all users, and have, instead, concentrated on improving personalisation and relevance for each individual visitor — allowing us to deliver key messages and information far more directly. This is a major step forward in using our new Internet facility to improve convenience and immediacy for users.”