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Gazprom Neft increases production of environmentally friendly marine fuels

... ultra-low-sulphur marine fuels in 2020, reaching 1.1 million tonnes and, on that basis, covering more than 20% of total demand on the domestic shipping market. Manufacturing of this cutting-edge fuel is one of the outcomes of the Moscow Refinery’s modernisation programme — additional measuring and control equipment, as well as a further 400 metres of pipelines, having been installed to allow its production. “Gazprom Neft was among the first to bring low-sulphur marine fuel — meeting global ...

22 July 2021
Cutting-edge technologies have increased efficiency in oil refining at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery

... (now dismantled) previous-generation and less environmentally friendly facilities. Increasing efficiency, environmental friendliness and safety in manufacturing oil products for the Moscow region have always been the key objectives in Gazprom Neft’s modernisation of its Moscow Refinery, a process in hand since 2011. Total investment in this comprehensive programme stands at more than RUB350 billion — the various initiatives undertaken have seen 80% of production facilities upgraded and renewed,...

15 July 2021
Dismantling of previous-generation units at the Moscow Refinery is now complete

... having been used to dismantle five process facilities from the 1960s. These facilities have been replaced with a cutting-edge “Euro+” refining complex, improving efficiency at the Moscow Refinery and further reducing its environmental impacts. The modernisation of the Moscow Refinery — being undertaken by Gazprom Neft since 2011 — has seen 80% of the plant upgraded, resulting in a 75% reduction in its overall environmental impacts. The Euro+ facility went into operation in July 2020. The complex’s ...

23 June 2021
Gazprom Neft to collaborate with Spain’s Tecnicas Reunidas S.A. in building the deep refining complex at its Moscow Refinery

... range of projects in Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Norway and the United States of America. Stringent adherence to environmental standards and requirements will be front of mind in all works at the Moscow Refinery. “The company is continuing the modernisation of its directly owned refining facilities, directing investment at further increasing output of high-quality gasoline, kerosene and diesel fuels for the Russian market. We work with leading international and Russian companies on our modernisation ...

21 June 2021
Gazprom Neft and DL E&C (Korea) are to implement a key project at the Moscow Refinery’s deep oil refining complex

... additional volumes of gasoline and diesel fuel for the Moscow Oblast market. The hydrocracking section will form the basis for the Moscow Refinery’s future deep refining complex, to be fully constructed by 2025, completing the plant’s full-scale modernisation programme. Launching the complex will increase refining depth to almost 100%, will eliminate the production of mazut, and will see the plant move to virtually zero-waste production. “We are using the best solutions and technologies — ...

3 June 2021
Gazprom Neft increases gasoline production in Q1 2021

... increased by 9.1%, reaching 1.1 million tonnes. Gazprom Neft’s refineries saw a 6.9% increase in production of commercial road and construction bitumens against Q1 2020, reaching 400,000 tonnes. This increase in production volumes is the result of modernisation projects at the company’s refining facilities, including the launch of the Euro+ refining complex in July 2020, with refining depth (the “conversion factor”) at the company’s Moscow and Omsk Refineries now reaching 82.5% and 92.6%,...

18 May 2021
Gazprom Neft to develop “green” projects as part of the Russia Renewable Energy Development Association

Gazprom Neft has joined the Russia Renewable Energy Association (RREDA). The RREDA brings together generation companies, renewable energy project developers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, R&D centres and financial institutions in developing the use of renewable energy sources (RES) and promoting investment in this area. Gazprom Neft will be represented on the RREDA by its Gazpromneft-Energoservice subsidiary. Gazprom Neft has been consistently developing RES projects throughout its various...

27 April 2021
Slavneft-YaNOS increases refining depth to almost 100%

Having received approval from Glavgosekspertiza, Russia, the Slavneft-YaNOS Refinery is starting construction of its delayed coking unit (DCU) — thanks to which the plant will terminate all production of heavy fuel oil, with the plant’s refining depth and light product yield expected to exceed 99% and 70%, respectively, as a result. Construction works are expected to be completed by 2024. This project is being implemented in two stages: the first will include construction of the DCU, which will...

16 April 2021
Russian equipment for producing high-tech motor oils delivered to Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery

The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery has taken delivery of major equipment for construction of a hydro-isodewaxing complex. This future complex will produce core components for synthetic motor and industrial lubricants, allowing the company to abandon the use of imported alternatives in production completely. Gazprom Neft’s investments in this project stand at more than RUB32 billion. Column- and chemical-reactor apparatus has been produced by leading Russian enterprises Uralkhimmash and Volgogradneftemash...

25 March 2021
Biosphere technologies deliver a four-fold reduction in water consumption at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery

Saving water is one of the key priorities in Gazprom Neft’s ongoing development of its directly-owned refineries, in Moscow and Omsk. As at end-2020, the Moscow Refinery had delivered a four-told reduction in water consumption and wastewater volumes — these savings having been made possible thanks to innovative “Biosphere” biological treatment facilities. These water-treatment technologies, developed by Russian scientists, guarantee water purification of up to 99.9%, allowing water to be returned...

22 March 2021
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