Oil refining at Gazprom Neft oil refineries

Omsk oil refinery

22.0 mn t installed capacity
20.5 mn t refining
90.6% refining depth
70.9% yield of light petroleum products

Milestones of 2016:

  • projects are continuing to increase oil refining depth that include the construction of an advanced oil refining complex (AORC), a delayed coking unit (DCU) and the primary oil refining unit of the crude and vacuum distillation unit complex;
  • a set of environmental projects was implemented that includes the construction of a complex of treatment facilities, a technological condensate treatment unit and a catalytic cracking gas regeneration treatment unit;
  • reconstruction of catalyst production and a sulfuric acid alkylation unit, and an LPG park was built;
  • five of the refinery’s products won the national contest ‘100 Best Goods of Russia’ programme and four products won awards.

Plans for 2017:

  • continue implementing projects to increase oil refining depth;
  • continue implementing environmental projects, including finishing construction on an automated unit for on-spot petroleum product loading into rail tank cars and a hydrogen production unit as well as the reconstruction of a bitumen production unit.

Moscow oil refinery

12.2 mn t installed capacity
10.7 mn t refining
75.8% refining depth
58.1% yield of light petroleum products

Milestones of 2016:

  • continued implementation of projects to increase oil refining depth, including the construction of an AORC, DCU and the Euro+ advanced oil refining unit;
  • construction of a sulphurous alkaline waste and process condensate treatment unit and biological treatment facilities (the Biosphera project);
  • reconstruction of a catalytic cracking unit in order to improve oil refining efficiency.

Plans for 2017:

  • continue implementing projects to increase oil refining depth (AORC, DCU and Euro+);
  • continue implementing infrastructure construction projects, including an automated rack for on-spot loading into railway vehicles and a rack for on-spot loading of light petroleum products in motor vehicles;
  • completion of the Biosphera project as well as projects to rebuild a catalytic cracking unit and the primary oil refining unit of Crude and Vacuum Distillation Unit Complex-6.

NIS (Serbia)

7.3 mn t installed capacity The Pancevo Oil Refinery has projected capacity of 4.818 bn t, while the Novi Sad Oil Refinery has projected capacity of 2.495 bn t and is currently under reconstruction with no plans for oil refining in 2016-2018.
3.1 mn t refining
84.9% refining depth
73.4% yield of light petroleum products

Milestones of 2016:

  • the primary oil refining unit was reactivated and put into operation in an effort to increase refining volume and production efficiency;
  • the front end engineering design (FEED) was completed and an Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management (EPCM) contractor was selected for the project to build a DCU.

Plans for 2017:

  • continue implementing the project to build a DCU.