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Summary Information

The Project

  • Project Type: Upgrade
  • Project Summary:
    • A Hydrocracker, Visbreaker complex to increase refining depth.
  • Main Contractors:
    • Lummus: The scope, initially TO prepare BDEPs for the Hydrocracker and Visbreaker Licensed units, was extended to the overall detailed engineering and procurement.
    • Giprogazoochistka OJSC:Designing, support of equipment delivery (including non-standardized equipment), designer construction supervision of amine regeneration unit and sulfur recovery unit

Refining Units

  • Residue Hydrocracker - 60,000 bpd
  • Visbreaker
  • Amine regeneration unit
  • Sulfur recovery unit

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

  • -

Products Produced

  • The project will significantly reduce the production of fuel oil, and increase diesel yields


  • 2008 - Lummus awarded hydrocracker contract
  • 2013 - Hydrocracker complex commissioned

Other Information

  • The project has been delayed a number of times. In June 2010, Surgutneftegas postponed startup of the new hydrocracking unit at its Kirishi refinery from the end of 2010 to the end of 2011.

Relevant Links

  1. Giprogazoochistka Refinery References
  2. Kirishi Hydrocracker Complex, Lummus
  3. Russia's Surgut ups refinery upgrade cost to $2 bln
  4. Metropol Daily Market Comments - Tuesday, 08 June 2010
  5. DHV, Kirishi Hydrocracker Complex
  6. “Giprogazoochistka” OJSC completes preparation of detail documentation for Kirishi Hydrocracking Complex
  7. Surgutneftegas launches Europe’s largest deep conversion plant

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