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Gazprom Neft is developing requriements for an industry-wide air-quality monitoring system in conjunction with the Federal Service for the Supervision of Natural Resources Usage

... the Russian Federation have signed an agreement on cooperation at this year’s Russian Investment Forum in Sochi. The aim of the agreement is to undertake a pilot project to implement an ambient air quality monitoring system (AAQMS) throughout the refining industry, using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. The agreement was signed by Gazprom Neft CEO Alexander Dyukov together with Artyom Sidorov, Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and the Environment of the Russian Federation and Head of ...

15 February 2018
Key machinery for a new delayed coking unit installed at Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery

Lifting and installation of oversized column equipment is now complete at the construction site for a new delayed coking unit (DCU) at the Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery, with two coking chambers and a fractionating column being installed on plinths. Installing this equipment will allow the production of in-demand light oil products from tar and other heavy residues, as a result of which the Omsk Refinery will increase yield of gasoline and diesel fuels from every tonne of oil processed. The commissioning...

29 January 2018
Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery completes construction of a new railcar loading facility

The Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery has now completed construction of its 1.2 million tonne per year capacity automated railcar oil-products loading facility (AUTN-1), construction of which has been undertaken as part of the full-scale modernisation of the plant, undertaken by Gazprom Neft since 2008. The company’s investment in this project currently stands at more than RUB3 billion. The ATUN-1 on-spot loading facility will allow 11 types of products to be dispatched at once, on two separate rail tracks...

25 December 2017
Gazprom Neft holds first ever industry conference on developing Russia’s refining-catalyst market

The first ever conference highlighting the development of the domestic catalyst market — “Refining Catalysts in Russia: Forward to the Future” — has been held by Gazprom Neft in St Petersburg, attended by specialist experts from Gazprom Neft, representatives of scientific research institutes, Russian and international companies involved ...

20 December 2017
NIS Board of Directors confirms the company’s development strategy to 2025

... development in the light of current economic conditions. The strategy outlines key projects and priority areas of focus, including maintaining the company’s performance in oil and gas production, as well as increasing hydrocarbon reserves; increasing refining depth and improving refining efficiency at the NIS refinery in Pančevo; modernising the retail network; and developing electricity projects. Pursuant to this strategy, average EBITDA growth to 2025 is envisaged at approximately four percent ...

15 December 2017
Gazprom Neft Board of Directors Reviews the Company's Strategic Development

... the company’s strategic development to 2025. The company’s current long-term development strategy was approved in 2013. That document outlines the pathway for achieving strategic objectives in key business sectors — hydrocarbon production, oil refining and the sale of oil products — in the light of changing market conditions and global economics. In which context, the company’s overriding objective to 2025 is to increase the shareholder value, through the effective use of the company’s ...

27 November 2017
Alexander Khloponin, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, launches the construction of biological treatment facilities at the Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery

... Prime Minister of the Russian Federation) and Sergey Donskoy (Minister for Natural Resources and the Environment) have been given insights into environmental initiatives being undertaken as part of the thoroughgoing modernisation of Gazprom Neft’s oil refining facilities. Alexander Khloponin (Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation) and Sergey Donskoy (Minister for Natural Resources and the Environment) have been given insights into environmental initiatives being undertaken as part of the ...

8 November 2017
Gazprom Neft begins construction of a deep conversion complex at the Pančevo Refinery, Serbia

... project was officially launched by the President of Serbia, Alexander Vučić, and Alexander Dyukov, CEO of Gazprom Neft. The project is a key part of the second phase of a major programme which Gazprom Neft has been executing since 2009 to modernise the refining capacity at NIS. Total investment in this new project exceeds €300 million, making it currently the largest investment project in Serbia. The project is expected to be completed in 2019. With capacity of 2,000 tonnes per day, commissioning ...

23 October 2017
Gazprom Neft completes construction of new “Biosphere” water treatment facility at its Moscow Refinery

... Sergei Sobyanin and Gazprom Neft CEO Alexander Dyukov visiting the new facility at the company’s Moscow Refinery . The construction of the Biosphere is an environmental initiative forming part of Gazprom Neft’s extensive modernisation of its oil refining assets, a key priority of which is the consistent reduction of environmental impacts in production. By the order of the Government of the Russian Federation, the construction of the Biosphere forms part of the Federal Plan for the Year of Ecology ...

9 October 2017
Major equipment for new advanced oil refining complex installed at Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Oil Refinery

The latest stage in Gazprom Neft’s construction of a new advanced oil refining complex (AORC) has now been completed at its Omsk Refinery — one of a series of key projects in its full-scale modernisation of the plant. Installation of major long-manufacturing-cycle equipment including the assembly of 17 elements for ...

10 July 2017