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Gazprom Neft’s “Kapitan” digital system delivers a 12% reduction in Arctic oil maritime logistics costs

Gazprom Neft’s deployment of its “Kapitan” Arctic digital logistics control system delivered a RUB900,000 economic benefit in 2019–2020 — unit costs per tonne of Arctic oil exported showing a 12% reduction against pre-deployment costs. This benefit was achieved by optimising tanker-operation costs (by selecting the most viable routes), better fuel economy, lower expenditure on icebreaker support, together with less downtime, and by optimising oil exports. The Kapitan system, developed by Gazprom...

29 March 2021
Gazprom Neft and Russian Railways to develop new digital solutions for freight transportation

... digital collaboration in shared technological processes. Plans here include deploying smart-contract algorithms in electronic document management, and establishing an electronic data interchange (EDI) system for rail-car operations, covering the entire transportation cycle, from despatching station to destination — something that will allow more accurate delivery-date forecasting, as well as better shipment planning. “More than 20 million tonnes of Gazprom Neft cargo are transported on the country’s ...

18 February 2021
Year-round fuel deliveries by Gazprom Neft are securing the continuous operation of plants and businesses in the Russian Far North

... — socio-economic agreements already in place with local government in these regions having resulted in consignments of more than 120,000 tonnes of petroleum products. Delivery of winter and Arctic diesel involves a logistics strategy that includes transportation on the Irtysh and Ob rivers during the summer navigation period, as well as transportation of oil products by road, including winter “ice roads” extending into remote locations, and access over frozen rivers and lakes. Delivery of petroleum ...

16 February 2021
Fuel-shipment capacity gets a boost at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery

Installation of equipment for a new automated timed-loading unit for rail despatch of light petroleum products has started at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery. This project forms part of an integrated fuel-shipment infrastructure modernisation programme, itself part of the Moscow Refinery’s ongoing development since 2011. The new terminal has a throughput capacity of 2.1 million tonnes of oil products per year. Investment in building this automated timed-loading unit stands at RUB4.2 million. Construction...

1 February 2021
Drone oil-sample deliveries successfully tested at Gazprom Neft’s Yuzhno-Priobskoye field in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug

In a first for Russia’s oil industry Gazprom Neft has successfully tested an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV or drone) for transporting oil samples at its Yuzhno-Priobskoye field in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra. This Russian-produced drone completed several container deliveries from field cluster pads to a chemical-analysis laboratory. Non-stop flights between sites exceeded 40 km, with the maximum height reached being 200 m. The drone, which can carry up to seven kilos, is equipped with...

16 December 2020
Gazprom Neft’s unique Arctic logistics management system is now consolidating data from the Umba floating trans-shipment complex

The world’s first Arctic logistics system — Gazprom Neft’s “Kapitan” — has begun receiving data from the Umba floating trans-shipment complex (responsible for trans-shipping the company’s Arctic oil to the port of Murmansk) automatically. This new module delivers 60-fold faster handling times in obtaining and recording information on storage reserves, improving efficiency in shipping the company’s premium ARCO and Novy Port oil blends. Recording data from the Umba floating storage facility in the...

11 December 2020
New digital transport monitoring system from Gazprom Neft improves safety in freight transportation

Gazprom Neft has launched a new, integrated digital system to monitor road transport safety parameters across businesses in its Logistics, Processing and Sales Directorate. Key indicators are monitored through a package of technical and software solutions, in real time, which, where necessary, results in mechanisms being triggered to prevent emergency situations. More than 2,000 units involved in various production processes are connected to this system — from passenger vehicles carrying employees...

26 October 2020
Gazprom Neft expands its bitumen-materials logistics strategy

Gazpromneft-Bitumen Materials, operator of the Gazprom Neft bitumens business, has made its first shipment of high-technology products by specialist sea transport — the initial consignment, comprising 3,100 tonnes of road bitumens, having been transported from St Petersburg to Norway on the “Elizabeth-J” bitumen tanker. A unique scheme has been developed — involving two logistical elements — to ensure bitumen materials are supplied with all quality standards and characteristics fully intact. In...

19 June 2020
Gazprom Neft Omsk Refinery upgrades infrastructure to supply oil products to areas in the Russian Far North

Gazprom Neft’s Omsk Refinery has completed a major upgrading of its berthing facilities in time for the opening of the river-navigation season. About 300,000 tonnes of diesel, gasoline and aviation fuels produced by the Omsk Refinery will be sent to ports in the Ob—Irtysh river basin this summer and autumn. The larger part of river shipments to customers in the Yamalo-Nenets and Khanty-Mansiysk Automous Okrugs comprise winter and Arctic diesel fuels essential to ensuring the continuous operation...

14 May 2020
Gazprom Neft increases Arctic oil supplies to Europe

... tankers stretching from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok. The ARCO and Novy Port oil blends are in consistent demand on the European market. Organising deliveries has involved Gazprom Neft in developing a unique logistics strategy to ensure the year-round transportation of hydrocarbons, the key elements of which are the Prirazlomnaya offshore production platform, the Arctic Gates terminal, the company’s reinforced ice-class tanker fleet, directly owned and third-party icebreakers, and the road-to-sea ...

10 July 2019
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