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Gasoline production at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow and Omsk Refineries is up more than 10% in the first half of 2021

Gazprom Neft’s directly owned refineries, in Moscow and Omsk, increased gasoline production by 10.6% in H1 2021, reaching 3.58 million tonnes — this figure also exceeding pre-epidemic H1 2019 volumes by 15%. Total diesel production was up 2.1% at 4.57 million tonnes — again, 3.7% higher than in H1 2019. Gazprom Neft’s refineries increased production of aviation fuel by 26.3%, to 1.1 million tonnes. Production of high-performance G-Drive 100 gasoline was up 39.3%. Production of branded road and construction...

18 August 2021
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Gazprom Neft increases production of environmentally friendly marine fuels

Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery has begun production of much sought-after environmentally friendly marine fuel. Thanks to its lower sulphur content, this fuel will be used on international as well as domestic shipping routes. The first consignment, of 10,000 tonnes, has been shipped to customers in the Port of St Petersburg by Gazpromneft-Marine Bunker, operator of the Gazprom Neft bunkering business. The Moscow Refinery is expected to produce 100,000 tonnes of hybrid marine fuel — manufactured to...

22 July 2021
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Cutting-edge technologies have increased efficiency in oil refining at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery

Refining volumes at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery are up 20% — with more than one million tonnes of oil being processed every month; this growth having been made possible by a new Euro+ complex, which now handles the full production cycle from initial preparation of crude oil to fuel production for the country’s capital city and its environs. Thanks to the Euro+ facility the Moscow Refinery has also been able to further reduce its environmental impacts — the commissioning of the Euro+ facility in...

15 July 2021
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Dismantling of previous-generation units at the Moscow Refinery is now complete

Dismantling of obsolete equipment (from a different era in terms of environmental friendliness) is now complete at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery — specialist machinery having been used to dismantle five process facilities from the 1960s. These facilities have been replaced with a cutting-edge “Euro+” refining complex, improving efficiency at the Moscow Refinery and further reducing its environmental impacts. The modernisation of the Moscow Refinery — being undertaken by Gazprom Neft since 2011 —...

23 June 2021
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Gazprom Neft to collaborate with Spain’s Tecnicas Reunidas S.A. in building the deep refining complex at its Moscow Refinery

Gazprom Neft has chosen Tecnicas Reunidas S.A. (Spain) to manage the construction of the delayed coking unuit (DCU) at its Moscow Refinery’s future deep refining complex. Tecnicas Reunidas S.A. specialists will be responsible for managing project design and equipment deliveries (including deliveries of Russian-manufactured equipment), as well as managing and overseeing construction and installation works and acceptance testing. The contract is worth more than ₽20 billion. Works are expected to be...

21 June 2021
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Gazprom Neft and DL E&C (Korea) are to implement a key project at the Moscow Refinery’s deep oil refining complex

Gazprom Neft and DL E&C Co., Ltd (Korea) have concluded an agreement confirming the latter’s involvement in building the hydrocracking section at the Moscow Refinery’s future deep refining complex — the signatories to this agreement signed at the 2021 St Petersburg International Economic Forum, being Anatoly Cherner, Deputy CEO for Logistics, Processing and Sales, Gazprom Neft, Yong Sang YI, Senior Vice President, DL E&C Co., Ltd and Seo Younghoon, CEO, Daelim RUS. Specialists from the Korean parent...

3 June 2021
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Gazprom Neft increases gasoline production in Q1 2021

Gasoline production at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow and Omsk Refineries saw a 4.3% increase in Q1 2021 reaching 1.7 million tonnes: production of high-tech 100-octane-number G-Drive 100 fuel, in particular, increasing by 17%. Production of much-in-demand winter diesel fuels increased by 9.1%, reaching 1.1 million tonnes. Gazprom Neft’s refineries saw a 6.9% increase in production of commercial road and construction bitumens against Q1 2020, reaching 400,000 tonnes. This increase in production volumes is...

18 May 2021
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Gazprom Neft to produce high-tech graphite electrodes for Russia’s metallurgy industry

Gazprom Neft has begun implementing an investment project to develop a cutting-edge graphite-electrode plant in the Avangard Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Omsk. Products from the future plant — which will be fully compliant with the highest international standards — will be used in producing high-grade steel in Russia. Target capacity at the plant is 30,000 tonnes per year, which will cover domestic steel manufacturers’ increasing demand for heavy-duty graphite electrodes, significantly reducing...

27 April 2021
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New technologies are helping Gazprom Neft increase production of high-tech bitumens

Gazprom Neft has launched a project to build a high-tech bitumen-binders production complex — unique to Russia’s roadbuilding industry — at the Gazpromneft-Bitumen Materials terminal in Salsk, in the Rostov Oblast. Construction is expected to be complete by 3Q 2021. The new complex will produce approximately 120,000 tonnes of polymer-bitumen binders (PBBs) every year. Production facilities will involve technology from New Zealand company Technix, and will include a sealed heat-recovery system, optimising...

20 April 2021
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Slavneft-YaNOS increases refining depth to almost 100%

Having received approval from Glavgosekspertiza, Russia, the Slavneft-YaNOS Refinery is starting construction of its delayed coking unit (DCU) — thanks to which the plant will terminate all production of heavy fuel oil, with the plant’s refining depth and light product yield expected to exceed 99% and 70%, respectively, as a result. Construction works are expected to be completed by 2024. This project is being implemented in two stages: the first will include construction of the DCU, which will...

16 April 2021
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