Omsk Refinery Upgrades

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Russia's Gazprom Neft completed construction of a 2 million metric ton/yr (40,000 b/d) deep refining complex at the Omsk refinery that will reduce output of dirty products to virtually nil. The 160 billion ruble ($3 billion) project revolves around a hydrocracking unit that will boost yields of middle distillates at the 400,000 b/d refinery, Russia's largest. Specifically, Gazprom Neft said the complex would boost diesel output by 34%, gasoline by 8% and jet fuel by 10% compared to pre-pandemic 2019 volumes.

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