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Gazprom Neft to develop “green” projects as part of the Russia Renewable Energy Development Association

Gazprom Neft has joined the Russia Renewable Energy Association (RREDA). The RREDA brings together generation companies, renewable energy project developers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, R&D centres and financial institutions in developing the use of renewable energy sources (RES) and promoting investment in this area. Gazprom Neft will be represented on the RREDA by its Gazpromneft-Energoservice subsidiary. Gazprom Neft has been consistently developing RES projects throughout its various...

27 April 2021
Biosphere technologies deliver a four-fold reduction in water consumption at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery

Saving water is one of the key priorities in Gazprom Neft’s ongoing development of its directly-owned refineries, in Moscow and Omsk. As at end-2020, the Moscow Refinery had delivered a four-told reduction in water consumption and wastewater volumes — these savings having been made possible thanks to innovative “Biosphere” biological treatment facilities. These water-treatment technologies, developed by Russian scientists, guarantee water purification of up to 99.9%, allowing water to be returned...

22 March 2021
Gazprom Neft’s refineries are moving over to a digital energy-management model

A digital electricity metering and electrical-equipment control-room management system has been deployed at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery. This cutting-edge automated hardware and software complex monitors the status and operation of key energy facilities at the plant, with all information being broadcast onto the wall of the new control room, in real time. This project has been implemented as part of a digital oversight strategy for monitoring and managing electrical equipment throughout Gazprom...

26 February 2021
Dismantling of previous-generation facilities has started at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery

Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery has begun dismantling previous-generation facilities replaced by the plant’s new Euro+ oil refining complex. These works form part of the environmental upgrading of the Moscow Refinery, which has involved the company deploying cutting-edge technological solutions and getting rid of obsolete production facilities. Five installations are being decommissioned, dismantling of which is expected to be completed in 2021. Alexander Prokhorov, Head of Department for Investment...

14 December 2020
Gazprom Neft receives highest CDP Climate Change score among Russian oil & gas companies

... footprint, managing climate risks and developing best-practice disclosure. At the same time, we have set ambitious goals and believe that there is still a lot we can achieve in this area. The Company will continue to focus on improving the environmental safety of its operations.” Alexander Dyukov CEO and Chairman of the Management Board, Gazprom Neft

10 December 2020
Gazprom Neft uses aerial laser scanning to protect forested areas around oilfields

Gazprom Neft has undertaken aerial laser scanning of 120 hectares of forested areas around oilfields in the Orenburg Oblast and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, using these to then create digital terrain models. Ecologically secure routes have subsequently been created to move specialist equipment into hard-to-reach forested areas, eliminating any need for felling trees. Widespread adoption of this approach will mean the company can ensure the full protection of forested areas in undertaking geological...

28 October 2020
Biological “Biosphere” water treatment facilities are boosting energy efficiency at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery

... Refinery, under implementation by Gazprom Neft since 2011. Producing steam for production facilities is a crucial component in oil refining — steam is used for heating feedstock, is used directly in technological processes, and is integral to fire safety systems. Steam was previously sourced from a city combined heat and power (CHP) plant, meaning water and energy had to be used in producing it. The Biosphere’s technology ensures optimum cleansing of the Moscow Refinery’s wastewater, meaning ...

23 October 2020
Innovative microbial-contamination testing system deployed at Gazprom Neft

... Russia’s aviation industry — will provide a further guarantee as to the high performance of aviation fuel.” Vladimir Egorov Director General, Gazpromneft-Aero “Microbiological-contamination testing of aviation fuel is critical to improving overall safety levels in aviation transport. Its deployment is critically important at ground infrastructure facilities, and helps minimise the risk of oil products being contaminated with microorganisms. Gazpromneft-Aero’s experience can be used in developing ...

14 October 2020
New Gazprom Neft observation technology used in monitoring grey whales attracts the interest of the scientific community

... license block in 2019, with reflected acoustic signals being used to detect large marine mammals (cetaceans). Gazprom Neft’s advanced instrumental control methodologies proved of interest to scientists in terms of the benefits for marine animals’ safety underwater: active acoustics having never before been used to detect marine mammals during 3D-seismic surveys, in any country. Active acoustics has advantages over traditional research methodologies and can be used under limited visibility, as ...

17 August 2020
Digital industrial safety systems now being deployed at Gazprom Neft

A digital industrial-safety control system has been put into commercial operation at the Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery’s gas fractionation unit. Using neural network elements it is now possible to obtain information on this production facility’s condition and status online,...

12 August 2020
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