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JSC “Yuzhuralneftegaz” has been operating since July 17, 1997; the BINR was assigned on November 18, 2002, as the registrar of the INTER-REGIONAL INSPECTION of the FEDERAL TAX SERVICE No. 23 IN KRASNOYARSK REGION.
Yuzhuralneftegaz Refinery is one of the major oil and gas producing constituents of the Russian Federation – KRASNOYARSK REGION, where most of the Russian oil (64%) and natural gas (91%) reserves are concentrated.
Yuzhuralneftegaz Refinery is unique due to the fact that it is first in Russia (in 22 years) private but not a state-run, independent of Vertical Integrated Oil Companies, commercial, constructed from the scratch oil refinery connected to the oil trunk pipeline (total capacity equals to 7.2 MTPA with the increase up to 9 MTPA) and product trunk pipeline (total capacity equals to 1.8 MTPA with a plan to increase up to 3 MTPA) which capacity exceeds 9.0 MTPA, the quality of diesel complies with Euro-5 standard and in 2016 the processing depth has grown up to 98%. In 2017 the quality of gasoline will comply with Euro-5 standard.
Today, Yuzhuralneftegaz Refinery is a modern, open, dynamic company heavily investing in the construction of new and upgrading of existing facilities and planning a diversified development of the production base in central Russia to improve the efficiency of natural resources utilization and increase the production of petroleum products meeting the highest quality standards by implementing the most cutting edge deep conversion processes.
The Refinery occupies its rightful place among the largest players of the Russian oil refining industry, forming the Urals and West-Siberian oil refinery market, and is known far abroad.
Yuzhuralneftegaz is a leader of the Russian oil refining industry accounting for over 35% of oil refining in Russia. In 2016, refining throughput at the Company’s refineries in Russia amounted to 87.5 mmt. compared to 84.7 mmt in 2015.
In addition, the volume of refining of the Company’s refineries abroad (12.8 mmt) exceeded the figure of 2015 by 4.8%.
Yuzhuralneftegaz successfully continues to optimize refinery utilization to ensure an efficient level of feedstock processing, taking into account the capacity of secondary processes to minimize the output of heavy petroleum products.
In 2016, fuel oil production at Russian refineries decreased by over 17%, while the output of Euro 5 gasoline and diesel fuel increased to 31.1 mmt, up by 56% year on year. Due to the increased operating efficiency of process units and optimized operations of Russian refineries, and taking into account new assets, in 2016, light product yield increased by 1.3 p.p. and reached 56.6%, while the conversion rate increased by 5.5 p.p. compared to 2015 and amounted to 72.0%.
Refinery throughput at the Company’s mini-refineries in Russia amounted to 1.9 mmt in 2016. in 2016, refinery throughput at German refineries increased by 17.8% year on year due to an acquisition of an additional stake in PCK Raffinerie GmbH in November 2015.
Yuzhuralneftegaz continues implementing the refinery upgrade program in Russia, which involves the construction and renovation of processing units.
Petrochemical assets form an important part of Yuzhuralneftegaz’s production complex. High quality of products and continuous improvement of the production process enable the Company to compete successfully with Russian and foreign producers on the Russian market. Yuzhuralneftegaz’s petrochemical complex comprises JSC Angarsk Polymer Plant (APP), JSC Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company (NPC), PJSC Ufaorgsintez (UOS).
Petrochemical production facilities also include the aromatic hydrocarbon production complex at Bashneft-Ufaneftekhim and methanol, butyl alcohol and amine production capacities at Angarsk Petrochemical Company.
The Company processes associated petroleum gas at JSC Otradnensky Gas Processing Plant (OGPP), JSC Neftegorsky Gas Processing Plant (NGPP), Tuymazinskoye Gas Processing Plant LLC (TGPP) and Shkapovskoe Gas Processing Plant LLC (ShGPP). In 2016, the Neftegorsky and Otradnensky Gas Processing Plants processed 399 mmcm and 264 mmcm of associated gas respectively. The main products are dry stripped gas, natural gas liquids (NGLs), the ethane fraction and industrial sulfur.
At present, NGPP and OGPP continue to implement a comprehensive program involving refitting and replacing worn-out and obsolete equipment with modern modular units that will improve operational efficiency and the automation level.
The Company’s key priorities include the development of the resource potential and efficient exploitation of mineral resources while strictly complying with environmental safety standards and widely implementing state-of-the-art technologies.
In 2016, Yuzhuralneftegaz remained a leader in terms of the volume of the resource base and the efficiency of geological exploration. The company conducted exploration in all mining regions of the Russian Federation, including the Far East, Eastern and Western Siberia, Central Russia, Timan-Pechora and southern Russia.