Slavneft’s structure includes two refineries, OAO Slavneft-Yaroslavnefteorgsintez (Yaroslavl region, Russian Federation) and OAO Mozyr Refinery (Republic of Belarus).
OAO Slavneft-Yaroslavnefteorgsintez (Slavneft-YaNOS) is the largest refinery in Central Russia with a capacity allowing to process over 15 mln tons of crude hydrocarbons annually. With its developed production and transportation infrastructure, YaNOS ranks fifth in terms of crude hydrocarbons processing and motor fuels manufacturing among the Russian refineries. The Refinery’s share in the total volume of oil processed in Russia makes 5.3-6%.
The range of YaNOS’s products includes over 100 types, many of which are included into the Russia’s top 100 goods. In 2009, the Refinery was awarded the Russian Federation Government Prize for great achievements in products quality enhancement.
From the end of the 1990s, YaNOS has been implementing a large-scale upgrading program. Over the past years, more than 20 major processing units were built and revamped at the Refinery. Particularly, an up-to-date deep oil processing plant, consisting of hydro-cracking (commissioned in November 2005), visbreaking (September 2004) and catalytic reforming (April 2006) units, was constructed.
In the recent years, due to step-by-step upgrading of the processing units, YaNOS managed to significantly increase an oil processing depth and light products output. In 2012, YaNOS became one of the first Russian refineries, which fully converted to production of gasolines and diesel oil under the Euro-5 environmental standard.
The Mozyr Refinery is located in the Gomel region, in the south of the Republic of Belarus. The traditional sales markets of the Refinery are the northern regions of Ukraine, the western regions of Russia, the southern regions of Belorussia, Poland and the Czech Republic. Petroleum products are supplied to the markets of East European countries through the system of pipelines. Mozyr Refinery’s products are always of an exceptional quality; they are characterized by the low content of sulfur compounds in jet fuel and diesel oil, a high calorific value of residual fuel and no tetraethyl lead in motor gasoline.
The Mozyr Refinery is being developed under the adopted revamping programs, within which the existing processing units are upgraded and new facilities are constructed. Over the past 12 years, the Subsidiary launched the Catalytic Cracking Plant, Benzene Production Center, Tar Visbreaking, Cat-Cracked Gasoline Hydrotreatment, Diesel Oil Hydrotreatment, Alkylation, Isomerization, and Residual Fuel Vacuum Distillation Units.
Petroleum products of Slavneft’s Refineries are sold both in Russia and abroad. These products are exported and sold at the domestic markets of Russia and the Republic of Belarus by Rosneft and Gazprom Neft, the Company’s shareholders.
You can find information on the results of the Company's oil processing activity in 2001-2014 here