- Ownership: Gazprom Neft
- Website: http://www.gazprom-neft.com/
- List of Gazprom Neft Refineries
- Wiki Page: Omsk Refinery
- Capacity: 19.5 million tons/annum & 400,000 bbl/day
- Nelson Complexity:
- Project Stage:
- Expected Completion: 2020
- Project Type: A major upgrade and rehabilitation project
- Project Summary:
- Stage 1:
- Stage 2: The following facilities will be built at the Omsk Oil Refinery: a CDU/VDU (crude distillation unit/vacuum distillation unit) primary oil refining structure, a delayed coking unit, and an advanced oil processing center.
- There are also plans to renovate a portion of the refinery's production capacity and off-site facilities.
- The completion of the new CDU/VDU primary oil refining facility is slated for the end of 2016. Once it is up and running, three previous-generation primary oil processing units will be decommissioned. This ambitious project seeks to renovate the production facilities, increase the operational preparedness, reliability, and safety of operations, and ease environmental impact.
- Commissioning of the delayed coking unit, which is slated for 2017, will make it possible to increase the oil conversion depth and the light oil products yield.
- The advanced oil processing center, which will include a vacuum gasoil hydrocracking unit, a sulfur unit, and a hydrogen unit, will be built by 2018. Its commissioning will help raise the production of environmental grade 5 motor fuels and the oil conversion depth.
- Main Contractors:
- CB&I: Front end Engineering for the Hydrocracker Complex
- KBR: PMC services for three new process units and offsites and utilities construction beginning with the front-end engineering and design phase and continuing through EPC, commissioning and start-up.
- CDU/VDU (crude distillation unit/vacuum distillation unit)
- delayed coking unit
- Vacuum gasoil hydrocracking unit, (Chevron Lummus Global)
- sulfur unit,
- Hydrogen unit
- Crude Oil:
- Refined Products:
- The refinery will increase the yield of low sulphur fuels and decrease the yield of heavy residual products
- 2012 - The Omsk Oil Refinery completed the first stage of its development program
- 2013 - 2020 Upgrade Project launched
- 2014 - KBR awarded PMC contract
- Omsk Refinery begins conversion depth boosting projects
- CB&I Awarded FEED Contract for Hydrocracker Complex in Russia
- KBR Wins Project Management Consultancy Contract for Participation in the Major Revamp Program Russia’s Largest Refinery