Sibneft upgrades Omsk refinery

Sibneft plans to ramp up investment in the Omsk refinery by almost five times next year to $52 million (Fig. 1).This investment will increase throughput to 262,000 b/d (13.25 million tonnes/ day) from an expected 246,000 b/d in 2000. The facility has a total capacity of 385,000 b/d with a refining depth of 83.5% (sum of products less fuel oil, dry gas, and liquid fuels)."The increase in refinery runs will come on the back of an expected 11% rise in Sibneft's oil production," said Sibneft President Eugene Shvidler.The investment blueprint focuses on two key projects-completion of a new alkylation unit and replacement of the catalytic reforming unit.High octane A-98With completion of th...

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