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Wells and the super-computer

... 2017 rates) and EBITDA up 18 percent, to RSD47 billion. Investment levels reached about RSD26.5 billion, two percent more than in 2016. This was mainly in oil and gas exploration and production as well as in modernising the Pančevo refinery, our main refining asset. Our tax and other obligations reached RSD171 billion in 2017. Which is five percent more than in 2016. NIS — the most important taxpayer in Serbia — Your company is the most important taxpayer in Serbia. — Yes. At the start of this ...

4 December 2018
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Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery to receive domestic large-scale equipment for new freeze-resistant winter diesel production facilities

The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery has concluded an agreement with Izhorskskiye Zavody (a machine-building enterprise, part of the OMZ Group) for the production of large-scale equipment for construction of a new diesel fuel hydrotreatment complex. The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery has concluded an agreement with Izhorskskiye Zavody (a machine-building enterprise, part of the OMZ Group) for the production of large-scale equipment for construction of a new diesel fuel hydrotreatment complex. The new complex...

20 November 2018
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The Omsk Refinery – one step ahead

... Gazprom Neft took control of the plant. Thanks to which, we have been able to make the transition to full production of Euro 5-class gasolines ahead of schedule, improve efficiency, and reduce environmental impacts. We now face the task of improving refining depth, to at least 97 percent. Figures like these are the sort of indicators now being delivered by the best plants in the world. Going forward, we’ll have other objectives. We’re focussing on improving the performance of existing capacity ...

17 September 2018
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Gazprom Neft improves energy efficiency at its refining assets

Gazprom Neft reduced consumption of fuel, electricity and heating at its refining assets — the Moscow and Omsk Refineries — in 1H 2018: the cumulative economic effect of implementing energy-efficiency initiatives here being RUB198.6 million, exceeding planned performance by 46 percent. Work on improving energy efficiency ...

10 September 2018
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Gazprom Neft Moscow Refinery completes installation of large-scale equipment for its cutting-edge Euro+ oil refining unit

Eighty nine percent of works on the construction of the Euro+ combined oil refining unit (CORU) at the Gapzrom Neft Moscow Refinery are now complete. Euro-5 gasoline — a key project in the second stage of modernising the Moscow Refinery, under implementation by Gazprom Neft. Eighty nine percent of works on the construction ...

14 June 2018
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The Gazprom Neft Board of Directors examines the outcomes of the Downstream Efficiency Control Centre’s first year in operation

... reviewed information on the outcomes of activities at the company’s Downstream Efficiency Control Centre. Proactive improvements to production processes have allowed Gazprom Neft to establish a solid foundation for digital transformation in logistics, refining and sales, with real-time monitoring of more than 45 percent of all processes now in hand, and all facilities throughout the company’s refining plants now equipped with cutting-edge automated process control systems. This level of automation ...

28 May 2018
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Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery increases production of new-generation diesel fuels

... a major project forming part of the second phase of modernising the Omsk Refinery, under implementation by Gazprom Neft since 2008. Total investment in the construction of this new facility stands at RUB17.5 billion. The future facility will allow refining of increased volumes of secondary gas-oil which will be delivered into the production system at the Omsk Refinery following the commissioning of the delayed coking unit . Thanks to cutting-edge de-waxing technology, the new fuel will improve ...

14 May 2018
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Gazprom Neft Board of Directors reviews plans for developing catalyst production

... implementation of an innovative project developing cat-cracking and hydro-treatment catalysts. The project forms part of the company’s strategy on innovation and development, running to 2025, intended to eliminate any dependence on imports within the refining industry, as well as ensuring supplies of effective catalysts for the production of high-quality motor fuels and increasing conversion rate. Gazprom Neft is installing new production capacity at its Omsk Refinery to allow it to meet demand for ...

20 April 2018
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The Ggazprom Neft Board of Directors reviews its implementation of initiatives in environmental protection

... year include developing APG-utilisation infrastructure at the company’s fields, including APG reinjection techniques; implementing technologies to reduce manmade environmental impacts as part of the company’s modernisation and reconstruction of its refining facilities; and construction of local treatment facilities at the company’s sales sites.

13 April 2018
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Better production efficiency at its Moscow refinery delivers a RUB1.3-billion financial benefit for Gazprom Neft in 2017

... modernisation programme currently being implemented by Gazprom Neft throughout its facilities. As part of this initiative Gazprom Neft is implementing projects directed at increasing plant productivity, increasing the capacity and energy efficiency of refining assets, improving operational reliability, and reducing non-recoverable losses. More than 250 initiatives have been undertaken at the Moscow Refinery as part of this programme between 2011 and 2017, delivering a financial benefit in the order ...

26 March 2018
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