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The positioning of this transhipment complex in the ice-free Kola Bay means efficiency is significantly improved as a result of reduced turnaround times on the double-hulled ice-class tanker’s return trips — delivering oil from the Novoportovskoye and Prirazlomnoye fields, with the standard fleet being used for onward delivery to consumers. Implemented using the Umba floating storage and offloading vessel, separate collection and storage systems for oil from the Novoportovskoye and Prirazlomnoye fields allows greater flexibility in planning tanker consignment volumes. The maximum freight turnover that can be handled by the transhipment complex is up to 15 million tonnes of oil per year.

The Umba Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) is, essentially, a moored oil transhipment complex with a total cargo capacity of around 300,000 tonnes, able to accommodate the simultaneous berthing of vessels on both sides. Its on-board infrastructure makes possible the intake, storage and transhipment of oil, and its full and timely customs and border clearance, as well as bunkering operations for shuttle-tankers and transporters.

The Umba VLCC has been fully refurbished to meet the climatic conditions of the Arctic Circle.

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Oil transhipments are undertaken in full compliance with all ecological regulations and standards, with 24-hour support provided by a specialist vessel designed for the installation of floating booms during oil transhipments, as well as immediate oil spill response, should these occur .

The Umba is operated by RPK NORD LLC, under Russian colours, so titled after the river of the same name in the Kola peninsula, Murmansk Oblast.

Anatoly Cherner, Gazprom Neft Deputy CEO for Logistics, Processing and Sales, commented: “The commissioning of a new logistics scheme for the transhipment of Arctic oil is a unique project for Russia — both in terms of efficiency as well as sheer scale — in managing the work of the tanker fleet under Arctic conditions. It also represents an opportunity for us to meet market demand through standard tanker consignments.”

 

GAZPROM NEFT ACQUIRES TERMINAL COMPLEX ON THE BLACK SEA

23 DECEMBER 2018

Gazpromneft Marine Bunker, the operator of Gazprom Neft’s bunker business, has acquired the assets of OOO Novorosnefteservis and OOO Novorossiysk Oil Transshipment Complex to provide the storage and transshipment of the marine oil that the company sells in the Black Sea region

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The new assets, located at the port of Novorossiysk, have all of the infrastructure needed for transshipment and are designed for the storage of over 30,000 cubic meters of petroleum products at one time. The terminal’s convenient geographic location will make it possible to ensure that Gazpromneft Marine Bunker operates efficiently at all Black Sea ports. For Gazprom Neft, the creation of the company’s own terminal network that consists of seven sites is one of the main goals of the company’s bunkering business strategy to 2025. Gazpromneft Marine Bunker is already operating a terminal at the big port of Saint Petersburg. The purchase of the second complex will enable the company to strengthen its position on the Black Sea.

At present, three Gazpromneft Marine Bunker tankers are operating in the Black Sea region. They provide bunkerage at seaports in Novorossiysk, Tuapse, Temryuk, Taman, and Sochi, as well as at Port Kavkaz.

According to preliminary estimates, the Black Sea region market in 2018 will amount to nearly 2.5 million tons. The region has one of the fastest-growing cargo turnovers in Russia, accounting for approximately 25 percent of the total of all Russian ports.

“Gazprom Neft’s updated bunker business strategy not only involves developing the company’s own fleet, but creating a terminal network at key ports of the company’s operations as well. Gazpromneft Marine Bunker plans in the future to expand its range of fuels and to implement a project for the bunkerage of natural gas,” said Levan Kadagidze, Director of the Gazprom Neft Commercial Directorate.

Gazpromneft Marine Bunker is a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft established in 2007 for the provision of a year-round marine fuel and lubricant supply for sea and river transportation. The enterprise occupies leading positions on Russia’s

bunkering market with an 18.6 percent market share. Gazpromneft Marine Bunker’s total marine fuel sales volume in 2012 reached 2.5 million tons. The company’s direct delivery sales volume rose by 38 percent to 1.8 billion tons.

At present, Gazpromneft Marine Bunker has nine regional representative offices and four subsidiaries. Gazpromneft Shipping manages the company’s fleet. Gazpromneft Logistics SPb operates a bunkering oil terminal at the Kirov Works in Saint Petersburg. The bunkering company Marine Bunker Balkan S.A. sells marine fuels at the Black Sea port of Constanța, Romania. AS Baltic Marine Bunker conducts bunkering operations at the Baltic Sea Port of Tallinn, Estonia.

Gazpromneft Marine Bunker occupies strong positions at all key sea and river ports in Russia. At present, the company has the broadest geographical scope of operations in Russia out of all Russian bunkering companies.

 

 

The new automated fuel filling station (ASN) can simultaneously serve eight fuel trucks, its capacity is 1,200 cubic meters per hour. The system of self-service drivers, reduce the time of shipment of petroleum products tripled.

Reconstruction of Omsk tank farm has significantly improve the efficiency of production processes, reduce costs perevalky and storage of fuel, increase the level of safety of the facility. Total up to 2020, the company plans to invest in the reconstruction of tank farms about 32 billion rubles.

"Modern automated equipment found in other storage facilities in Russia, but on the level of integrated automation project for the reconstruction of the Omsk oil depots in the country - good. Experience in the implementation of this project will allow successful upgrade and other objects of tank farms. This is the first and very promising step towards a new level of efficiency of the marketing of petroleum products, "the system - said the director of regional sales" Gazprom oil "Alexander Krylov.

"Gazpromneft-Logistics" - subsidiary company "Gazprom Neft", is engaged in transshipment and storage of oil products. The company's assets - 45 tank farms, located in Moscow, Leningrad, Ivanovo, Kaluga, Kemerovo, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Sverdlovsk, Tomsk, Tyumen, Chelyabinsk and Yaroslavl regions, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, Altai and Krasnoyarsk Territories.

Omsk tank farm - a strategic object "Gazprom oil" in the West Siberian region, located close to the Omsk refinery, where the fuel enters the tank farm on the pipeline. Built in 1970, the reconstruction is completed in 2017. The volume of the tank farm - 20 thousand cubic meters, the volume of transshipment -. 809 thousand cubic meters per year.. Power tank farm allows us to serve hundreds of tanker trucks per day. Number of employees - 58 people.

Program complex reconstruction of tank farm implements "Gazpromneft-Logistics". In order to improve the economic efficiency of enterprises, turnover of several tank farms will be transferred to larger objects included in the reconstruction program. This will reduce unit operating costs for handling and storage of petroleum products. The volume of transshipment of 2020 will increase doubled - from 5.8 million tons to 11.8 million tons per year. complex reconstruction project is implemented without stopping the process and does not affect the supply of fuel regions.

First oil from the Russian Arctic shelf

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The first oil produced on the Russian Arctic Shelf reaches the international market. Produced by Gazpromneft-Logistics at its Prirazlomnoye field, all technical field operations (including drilling, production, oil storage, and the treatment and shipment of finished products) are conducted from the company’s ice-resistant offshore platform — the Prirazlomnaya rig, with a total 2.2 million barrels (approximately 300,000 tonnes) of new “ARCO” Arctic crude shipped to customers in north—west Europe.

First Summer Oil Shipments Despatched from Novy Port

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Production drilling commences at the Novoportovskoye field, with nine wells drilled

throughout 2017. The first summer oil

shipments from the field take place in late August, with crude despatched to European customers by sea tanker. A total four tankers, carrying more than 100,000 tonnes of new “Novy Port” oil, are despatched during the 2017 ice-free shipping season.

Commercial Oil Production Begins in Iraq

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Commercial oil operations begin at the Badra field, Iraq — Gazprom Neft’s first greenfield production project abroad — with test drilling having been completed in early 2015 and drilling operations commencing that summer. Commercial oil shipments begin in September.

Developing the bitumen business

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Gazpromneft-Logistics makes two major steps forward in the development of its bitumens business, acquiring the Ryazan Petrochemical Experimental Plant in early 2015 (the largest polymer-modified bitumens facility in Russia), and completing construction (together with TOTAL) of a production facility for innovative G-Way Styrelf bitumens in late September. The rapid growth of the bitumens business necessitates the establishment of a dedicated company — Gazpromneft-Logistics Bitumen Materials — to manage it.

Russia’s Largest Lubricants Facility

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The construction of a blending, dispensing and packaging facility — the largest such facility in Russia — at the company’s lubricants plant at its Omsk Refinery moves into its second phase.

“Green” Seismic

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Gazpromneft-Logistics becomes the first company in Russia to carry out seismic surveying using cutting-edge “green seismic” technology, protecting extensive areas from deforestation. The “green seismic” initiative is based around the use of the RT System 2 cable-free seismic acquisition system.

Strategy

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The Gazpromneft-Logistics Board of Directors approves the adoption of the Company’s Development Strategy, now extended to 2025. This document builds on the company’s strategy to 2020, and outlines plans for achieving specific objectives in key business areas (hydrocarbon production, refining and sales of petroleum products) in line with changing industry and global economic conditions and with a view to continuing to actively increase shareholder value to 2025. Strategy for the development of the company’s marine bunkering, aviation refuelling and lubricants businesses are also updated to 2025.

Loading of the First Oil from the Russian Arctic Shelf

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Gazpromneft-Logistics, operator of the Prirazlomnoye field, located in the Pechora Sea, produces the first ever oil from the Arctic Shelf, in December 2018.

Euro-5 Fuels

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The commissioning of catalytic cracking hydrotreating and light naphtha isomerization facilities at Gazprom Neft’s Moscow Refinery allows the plant to transfer to the exclusive production of Euro-5 gasolines — completing the transition of all of the company’s refineries to Euro-5 fuels, well ahead of regulatory deadlines in the Russian Federation.

A Market Leader in Business Efficiency

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Gazpromneft-Logistics establishes itself as one of Russia’s market-leading companies in terms of production growth, refining and a range of key performance indicators. The company begins pilot oil production at two major new fields in the north of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug — the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye and Novoportovskoye fields. The first phase of commercial production begins at the Samburgskoye field (belonging to Russian—Italian company SeverEnergia, in which Gazprom Neft

holds a 25-percent stake). Work continues on the establishment and development of a new production cluster in the Orenburg Oblast. The company enters into new upstream projects in Iraq. The Moscow Refinery transfers to the production of Euro-4 gasolines, while the Omsk Refinery begins producing Euro-4 and Euro-5 gasolines and Euro-5 diesel fuels. Gazprom Neft begins the development of its retail network in Europe (Serbia and Romania) under the Gazprom brand.

Production Growth

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More effective development of its existing fields, as well as the acquisition of new assets, sees Gazpromneft-Logistics significantly increase production. The company acquires a further 5.15-percent holding in Serbia’s NIS, taking its stake to 56.15 percent, becomes the sole shareholder in Sibir Energy, and acquires its first assets in the Orenburg Oblast — the Tsarichanskoye and Kapitonovskoye fields — together with the eastern part of the Orenburg field. Drilling begins at the Badra field, Iraq.

Premium-Class Fuels

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The Moscow Refinery transfers to the production of Euro-4 gasolines, while the Omsk Refinery begins producing Euro-4 and Euro-5 gasolines, as well as Euro-5 diesel fuels. Gazprom Neft begins the development of its retail network in Europe (Serbia and Romania) under the Gazprom brand.

The Global Oil and Gas Market

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Gazpromneft-Logistics actively expands its presence in the global oil and gas market, signing a contract to develop the Badra field in Iraq, having previously been appointed to lead the Junin-6 project in Venezuela in 2010. The company also continues to enter new fuel markets outside of Russia, with the acquisition of a retail network of twenty filling stations and nine plots of land in Kazakhstan, and increases its presence in the Russian market, becoming a participant in a project to develop promising fields in the north of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, under licenses belonging to SeverEnergia. February sees the company complete its acquisition of STS-Service, a subsidiary of Sweden’s Malka Oil, developing fields in the Tomsk region.

Acquisition of New Assets

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The company continues the expansion of its resource base and oil refining capacity through the acquisition of new assets, including Neftyanaya Industriya Serbia (NIS) and a controlling share in Sibir Energy, as well as increasing its interest in the Moscow Refinery and gaining a foothold in the development of the Salym fields. The company completes its acquisition of the Chevron Italia S.p.A. lubricants plant in Bari, Italy from Chevron Global Energy in April 2009. The launch of a full rebranding programme for the Gazprom Neft filling station network marks a major milestone in the company’s growth.

Projects in Venezuela and Cuba

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Gazpromneft-Logistics, Rosneft, LUKoil, TNK-BP and Surgutneftegaz sign a Memorandum of Understanding to begin cooperation and joint participation in projects in Venezuela and Cuba as part of the National Oil Consortium.

Gazprom Neft Acquires a 

50-percent Interest in Tomskneft VNK

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With the aim of further expanding its resource

base, Gazpromneft-Logistics acquires a 50-percent interest in Tomskneft VNK in December. Tomskneft produces oil and gas throughout the Tomsk oblast and the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug.

Establishment of Specific Business Divisions

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Subsidiaries are created within the Company for separate business divisions, including. Separate business divisions — covering specific areas of activity — are created within the company. These include Gazpromneft Marine Bunker, Gazpromneft Lubricants and Gazpromneft Aero.

Gazprom Neft Establishes Gazprom Neft Asia Subsidiary

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Gazpromneft-Logistics enters the Central Asian retail market with a dedicated subsidiary, Gazprom Neft Asia, selling petroleum products throughout Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Kazakhstan.

Renaming of Gazprom Neft

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The Gazprom Group of Companies acquires a controlling interest (75.68 percent) in Sibneft. The company is renamed JSC Gazprom Neft on 13 May 2006. Gazprom Neft makes public its strategy to become a global player, with regionally diversified asset portfolio, covering the entire value chain.

Asset Growth

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A pro-active policy on asset enhancement sees a significant expansion in the geographic range of the company’s production assets (in the Tomsk and Omsk Oblasts), as well as in the expansion of its retail network, throughout Russia’s regions (the Sverdlovsk and Tyumen Oblasts, the Krasnodarsky Krai, St Petersburg and Moscow). The company’s most important acquisitions during this period include the acquisition of a 49.9-percent interest in JSC Slavneft, involved in oil and gas production throughout Western Siberia and the Krasnodarsky Krai.

Rapid Growth

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The Company expands rapidly, supported by its sound resource base, efficient refineries and professional management. Sibneft’s management works hard modernising production, introducing advanced technology, and optimising business processes. A good resource base, effective refining capacity, and highly professional management drive rapid company development, with Sibneft management, in particular, having done considerable work in modernising production, introducing cutting-edge technologies, and optimising business processes.

Privatisation of Sibneft

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In a move towards creating a market economy the Government of the Russian Federation implements its plans for the privatisation of Sibneft. Privatisation auctions allow private investors to acquire 49 percent of the share capital in Sibneft. The Finansovaya Neftyana Kompaniya (FNK, the Financial Oil Company) wins the auction for the state holding in Sibneft under the government’s “Loans for Shares” programme of 1997.

OAO Sibneft Created

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OAO Siberian Oil Company (Sibneft) is created by Presidential Decree, with the government as the founding shareholder, transferring state-owned holdings in the country’s most significant oil companies — OAO Noyabrskneftegaz, OAO Noyabrsknefegaz-geophysica, OAO Omsky Neftepererabativayushiy Zavod and OAO Omsknefteprodukt — as charter capital.

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 10 FEBRUARY 2018

GAZPROM NEFT LAUNCHES NEW LOGISTICS SCHEME FOR TRANSHIPMENTS OF ARCTIC OIL

 

The first consignments of oil from the Novoportovskoye and Prirazlomnoye fields have been delivered to the Umba storage tanker, anchored in the Kola Bay — allowing the full-scale utilisation of a new logistics scheme for the transhipment of oil produced by Gazprom Neft at its Arctic fields.

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GAZPROM NEFT ACQUIRES TERMINAL COMPLEX ON THE BLACK SEA

23 DECEMBER 2018

Gazpromneft Marine Bunker, the operator of Gazprom Neft’s bunker business, has acquired the assets of OOO Novorosnefteservis and OOO Novorossiysk Oil Transshipment Complex to provide the storage and transshipment of the marine oil that the company sells in the Black Sea region

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