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Omsk oil refinery

Operated by Gazprom Neft, a subsidiary of Gazprom, it is one of the biggest and the most modern refineries in the country.

Omsk oil refinery

Omsk refinery is located in Omsk, Russia. The refinery commenced operations in September 1955. 

The refinery initially processed feedstock from Bashkortostan. From 1964, it started processing feedstock from oil fields in Siberia. 

Major products of the refinery include petrol, diesel, fuel oil and jet fuel. The refinery also produces a range of aromatics, liquefied petroleum gases, lubricants, additives and catalysts.
  • Refining volumes: 21.00 million tonnes 
  • Light product yield: 71.04%
  • Refining depth: 90.89 %
With installed capacity of 22.23 million tonnes of oil per year, the Omsk Refinery processed 21 million tonnes in 2018, maintaining its leading position in Russia by refining volumes. 

Gazprom Neft is currently involved in a full-scale modernisation programme at its Omsk refinery, involving cumulative investment of more than RUB 300 billion. 

The 1st stage of this modernisation has involved the construction and reconstruction of key technological facilities, allowing the complete transition to the production of Euro-5 fuels, significantly improving energy efficiency and environmental friendliness in production. 

Completing the 1st phase of modernising the delayed coking unit has resulted in Russia’s 1st ever needle-coke production facility - a strategically crucial raw material for the metallurgy, nuclear, petrochemicals and space industries, currently imported in Russia. Modernisation of the delayed coking unit is expected to be complete by 2021.

The implementation of the 2nd phase of the modernisation programme is ongoing, as a result of which refining depth (the “conversion rate”) and light product yield will increase to match the highest international standards.

The objective of the 2nd phase of modernisation is to increase refining depth at the Omsk Refinery to 97 %, and the light product yield to 80 %, to which end the construction of new crude distillation/vacuum distillation units (CDU/VDUs), delayed coking units, and deep refining facilities is currently ongoing.