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The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery continues the planned modernisation of its production facilities

The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery has completed its installation of compressor equipment at its catalytic reforming unit. Work is now underway as part of a project to modernise the facility, thanks to which the plant will be able to respond flexibly to market demand, as well as increasing production of high-octane fuel components. Investment in the project stands at RUB9.8 billion. Work is expected to be completed in 2020. The project forms a major part of the Omsk Refinery’s development programme,...

20 May 2020
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Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery upgrades infrastructure to supply oil products to areas in the Russian Far North

Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery has completed a major upgrading of its berthing facilities in time for the opening of the river-navigation season. About 300,000 tonnes of diesel, gasoline and aviation fuels produced by the Omsk Refinery will be sent to ports in the Ob—Irtysh river basin this summer and autumn. The larger part of river shipments to customers in the Yamalo-Nenets and Khanty-Mansiysk Automous Okrugs comprise winter and Arctic diesel fuels essential to ensuring the continuous operation...

14 May 2020
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Omsk Refinery

The Omsk oil refinery One of Russia’s most modern refineries — and the country’s leader by refining volumes, Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery is one of the largest and most important oil refineries in the world A technological industry ...

2 May 2020
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Oil Refining Overview

... transformation Gazprom Neft is one of Russia’s top three oil-refining companies. For 2017, the company’s refining were 40.11 million tonnes of crude oil. Gazprom Neft currently owns five refining assets, including three own ( Moscow Oil Refinery , Omsk Oil Refinery and refinery complex NIS ) and two companies in joint use ( Slavneft-YANOS and Mozyr Oil Refinery ). Omsk and Moscow refineries are major refining capacity of company. 40.1 million tonnes – total refining volumes at Gazprom Neft ...

2 May 2020
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Oil Refining Technologies

... refining industry with modern catalysts that will help to improve the quality of motor fuels and increase the refining depth of crude oil. The Ministry of Energy has assigned national project status to the catalyst production development project at Omsk Oil Refinery. As part of the project, production facilities for cracking and hydrogenation process catalysts are to be built at the Omsk Oil Refinery with total capacity of 21,000 tonnes per year. Gazprom Neft is developing innovative catalyst production ...

2 May 2020
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Gazprom Neft has started using automatic personnel temperature monitoring at round-the-clock refinery operations

Gazprom Neft’s directly-owned refineries — its Moscow and Omsk Refineries — have begun fitting automatic personnel temperature monitoring systems at plant entry points. These systems are being deployed as part of safety initiatives to prevent the spread of coronavirus throughout the company’s continuous-production operations. These new facilities are designed to work with moving streams of people, facilitating a three-fold improvement in the time spent on taking temperatures. Ultra-sensitive remote-controlled...

24 April 2020
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Gazprom Neft develops digital refining-process control technologies

Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery is improving the efficiency of its catalytic reforming complex (under a project developed by Gazprom Neft industrial-automation subsidiary Avtomatika-Service) using digital production management.* This move towards new management standards forms part of the plant’s modernisation of its catalytic reforming complex, designed to allow the company to respond more flexibly to market demand. Work is due to be completed in 2020. Using more than 4,000 sensors, the new system...

24 April 2020
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Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery prepares facilities to increase production efficiency

The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery has completed installation of key production equipment for its future delayed-coking unit (DCU) — this project being part of developing a delayed-coking complex at the Omsk Refinery, involving the construction of new (and the modernisation of existing) facilities. These works will lead to a two-fold reduction in environmental impacts, while increasing refining efficiency. The company’s investments in building this facility stand at RUB50 billion — this being one of...

17 April 2020
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The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery is improving efficiency in its production of diesel fuels

Work is now complete on the modernisation of a three-million-tonne diesel hydrotreatment facility at the Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery. Works undertaken have facilitated a 10-percent increase in the production of diesel fuels at that facility which accounts for more than one third of all diesel fuel produced at the Omsk Refinery. Improving the efficiency of existing facilities forms part of the plant’s RUB300-billion development programme, under implementation by Gazprom Neft since 2008. One element...

19 March 2020
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Gazprom Neft introduces a new integrated refining-process management system

Gazprom Neft is continuing its installation of an integrated automated process control system (APCS) at its Omsk Refinery. The new APCS has been designed for the company’s future advanced oil refining complex (AORC), construction of which is expected to be complete by 2021. The APCS, which integrates three distinct technological processes in the future facility into a single cohesive system, will be the only one of its kind in Russia. The project has been developed by Gazprom Neft’s industrial automation...

10 March 2020
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