Seventeen different Gazprom Neft products have made it to the final of this year’s Russia-wide “Russia’s 100 Best Products” competition, with experts highlighting the high quality of automotive and marine fuels, LNG, lubricants and bitumens produced at the company’s Moscow and Omsk Refineries, and at the Omsk Refinery’s lubricants plant. More than 20 criteria were taken into account in the competition’s regional rounds, including the key criteria of quality and environmental friendliness, industrial safety and labour protection standards in production, and customer reviews.
High-performance G-Drive 100 gasoline, diesel and automotive LPG were all included in the motor fuels category, with experts also noting the environmental friendliness of RME-180
The Gazprom Neft Moscow Refinery put forward a wide range of cutting-edge bitumen materials in the “Russia’s 100 Best Products” competition. The variable viscosity, expandability and plasticisation of Gazprom Neft bitumens means they are suitable for use in roadbuilding in various climatic zones. Bitumen materials are produced at the largest bitumens plant in Russia and Europe, at the Moscow Refinery.
Gazpromneft and G-Energy branded motor oils, and transmission and hydraulic service fluids and lubricants produced at the Omsk lubricants plant also made it through to the final. Gazprom Neft lubricants remain effective under ultra-high loads, protecting mechanisms and components.
“The full-scale modernisation and infrastructural development of its production assets means Gazprom Neft can produce high-tech products, in considerable demand. We are able to respond flexibly to any changes in the market, offering new, competitive products and unique solutions. Our high-quality fuels, lubricants, bitumens and other oil products are widely used by consumers, both in Russia and abroad.”Anatoly Cherner Deputy CEO for Logistics, Processing and Sales, Gazprom Neft
Held in Russia since 1998, the “Russia’s 100 Best Products” competition promotes the sustainable strategic development of Russian businesses through the production of competitive goods and the provision of high-quality services.