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Oil Refining Technologies

Gazprom Neft refineries are implementing major long-term innovative projects aimed at developing strategic technology and R&D to meet the technical requirements of its refineries. Key areas of Gazprom Neft’s innovative development programme in the refining and petrochemical business through 2025 include improving product quality (in particular, reducing sulphur and aromatic content of petrol and diesel fuels), improving refining yield, developing new types of products, improving production efficiency...

6 April 2021
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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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Petrochems

Petrochems Gazprom Neft is a major Russian producer of base petrochemicals and polypropylene. The market leader Base petrochemicals — aromatic hydrocarbons (benzene, paraxylene, orthoxylene, toluene, and aromatic hydrocarbon fraction) and propane-propylene fractions (propylene-bearing liquefied petroleum gas) — are produced at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow, Omsk and Yaroslavl refineries. Subsequent refining of base petrochemicals and polypropylene production is undertaken at Poliom LLC...

1 December 2019
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