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Gazprom Neft increases production of diesel fuels in H1 2020

Production of diesel fuels at Gazprom Neft’s own refineries — in Moscow and Omsk — is up 1.6% in H1 2020, to 4.48 million tonnes. Total gasoline production is down to H1 2019 levels, at 3.91 million tonnes. Refining depth (the conversion rate) at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow and Omsk Refineries increased by 2.5 percentage points, to 84.4% and 94.0%, respectively. The ongoing modernisation programme currently being undertaken across Gazprom Neft’s refining facilities ...

20 August 2020
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Development strategy

... environmental responsibility. The business in numbers by 2025 Production 100 million toe per year hydrocarbon production 1P (proven) reserves life – 15 years Annual 2P (probable) reserve replacement ratio (excluding acquisitions) of at least 100% Refining 40 million tonnes per year volume refined in Russia up to 95% increase in refining depth in Russia up to 80% increase in light product yield in Russia Sales of petroleum products 100% of production originated from the company’s own Russian ...

2 July 2020
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Messoyakha

The Messoyakha fields include the Vostochno (Eastern) and Zapadno (Western) Messoyakhsky acreages. The fields, originally discovered in the 1980s, are the northernmost (of the known to date) onshore oil fields in Russia. Commercial production at the fields began in 2016. Gazprom Neft has a 50-percent holding in this project. As at 1 January 2016, C1 and C2 recoverable reserves at the Messoyakha fields are expected to total more than 470 million tonnes of oil and gas condensate, and 188 billion...

2 July 2020
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Prirazlomnoye

The Prirazlomnoye field is currently the only field on the Russian Arctic Shelf already under development. April 2014 saw a new kind of Russian-produced oil — Arctic Oil (ARCO) — despatched from the field the first time, with a total 300,000 tonnes of oil being produced and despatched in 2014. The Prirazlomnoye oilfield is located in the Pechora Sea, 60 kilometres from the shore. Recoverable reserves are in the order of 70 million tonnes — an area of severe Arctic conditions, with wind and sub-zero...

2 July 2020
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The Messoyakha project

The Messoyakha project The Messoyakha group of fields is expected to become a crucial part of the country’s new oil province being developed in the north of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Commercial development of Russia’s northernmost onshore field — the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field — has already begun, forming part of the first stage in developing this project. The second stage is expected to involve opening up the reserves of the Zapadny (western) part of this group...

19 May 2020
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The Prirazlomnoye project

The Prirazlomnoye project The development of the Prirazlomnoye field marks the first oil production project on the Russian Arctic Shelf. History Offshore regions (the continental shelf) — and the Arctic Shelf, in particular — are among the most difficult areas of all to develop: which is why meaningful prospecting was not initiated at Prirazlomnoye until the late 1970s. The Prirazlomnoye field, in the Pechora Sea, was discovered in 1977 and made ready for deep-hole prospecting (deep drilling) over...

19 May 2020
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NIS Refining Complex

The Pančevo refinery (NIS, Serbia) One of the most modern plants in South—East Europe, and the key oil-products supplier to the Serbian market. The leader in the Balkans Capacity at NIS’ main refining facility — the Pančevo Refinery —allows it not only to meet all local demand in full, but also to export fuel to countries throughout the Balkans region. Refining volumes at the Pančevo Refinery reached 3.8 million tonnes in 2018....

2 May 2020
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Oil Refining Overview

Modernisation and digital 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 ...

2 May 2020
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Oil Refining at Third-Party Refineries

... largest refineries, and a market leader in aviation fuel and high-quality base-oil production. Scale and development Gazpromneft-YANOS forms part of Slavneft, a Gazprom Neft—Rosneft joint venture and one of the five largest refineries in Russia. Refining volumes in 2018 reached 15.7 million tonnes of oil, with production of light oil products reaching 8.7 million tonnes, of which aviation kerosene comprised 1.7 million tonnes. Commercial production of new bitumen brands — fully compliant ...

2 May 2020
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International Projects – Exploration

International Projects International scale Gazprom Neft’s largest overseas asset is NIS (Naftna Industrija Srbije), a diversified (multifunctional) company. NIS is involved in the exploration and production of hydrocarbon deposits in Serbia, Angola, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary and Romania. NIS’ total production volumes in 2017 stood at 1.39 mtoe. A further strategic region for development is the Middle East, with one of the company’s key assets here being the Badra field in eastern Iraq. Proved...

2 May 2020
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