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Gazprom Neft is Russia’s largest producer of a range of basic petrochemical products: aromatic hydrocarbons (benzene, paraxylene, orthoxylene, toluene) and propane-propylene fraction (propylene liquefied petroleum gas).

Gazprom Neft’s petrochemical-producing business units are located at the refineries in Russia (Omsk, Yaroslavl, Russia) and Serbia. The Company’s share of overall Russian consumption of aromatic hydrocarbons in 2012, was 19%, while its share of exports totaled 35%.

Sales of the Company’s aromatics were 383 thousand tonnes in 2012, of which 286 thousand tonnes were sold in Russia. The output of propane-propylene fraction by the Company’s refineries was 317 thousand tonnes in 2012, which corresponded to 47% of total domestic production.

PRODUCING BASE PETROCHEMICALS, THOUSAND TONNES

Petrochemicals 2011 2012 2025 (forecast)
Aromatic hydrocarbons 401 383 600
Propane-propylene fraction 293 317 450
Naphtha and liquefied petroleum gas 316 275 600

In 2012, OJSC Gazprom Neft started work on detailed plans to expand the production and further refining of aromatic hydrocarbons and olefin liquefied hydrocarbon gases.

Gazprom Neft is planning a significant expansion of its petrochemical production and a deeper processing of basic petrochemical products by upgrading existing refinery facilities and by implementing major capital projects for the construction of large-scale production facilities.

PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTION UNITS OF GAZPROM NEFT GROUP

Business unit Location Production profile
OJSC Gazprom Neft – Omsk Refinery Omsk, Russia Benzene, paraxylene, orthoxylene, toluene, propane-propylene fraction and methyl tertiary butyl ether
OJSC Slavneft- YaNOS Yaroslavl, Russia Benzene, toluene, aromatic hydrocarbons and propane-propylene fraction
OJSC Gazprom Neft – Moscow Refinery Moscow, Russia Methyl tertiary butyl ether and propanepropylene fraction
LLC NPP Neftekhimia Moscow, Russia Polypropylene
NIS Serbia Benzene and propylene

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