Processing

Strategy

Gazprom's prospects as a leader of the global energy industry are closely related to the advancement of hydrocarbon processing methods. The Company's goal is to expand its processing capabilities and high-value-added production.

Processing facilities

The Gazprom Group's processing business is represented by Gazprom's gas and gas condensate processing plants, as well as Gazprom Neft's oil refining facilities. The Group also includes Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat, one of the largest oil refining and petrochemical complexes in Russia. Gazprom continuously upgrades the existing processing facilities and creates new ones. The Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP), which is currently under construction, will become one of the biggest such plants in the world.

Main assets and projects of Gazprom Group and joint ventures for hydrocarbon feedstock processing, gas and petrochemistry as of December 31, 2018
Main assets and projects of Gazprom Group and joint ventures for hydrocarbon feedstock processing, gas and petrochemistry as of December 31, 2018

Main assets and projects of Gazprom Group and joint ventures for hydrocarbon feedstock processing, gas and petrochemistry as of December 31, 2018

Gas processing

As of December 31, 2018, the Gazprom Group's major gas processing and gas chemical facilities include:

  • Astrakhan Gas Processing Plant (GPP);
  • Orenburg GPP;
  • Sosnogorsk GPP;
  • Yuzhno-Priobsky GPP (the Gazprom Group has access to 50 per cent of its capacity);
  • Orenburg Helium Plant;
  • Tomsk Methanol Plant;
  • Monomer Plant of Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat;
  • Gas Chemical Plant of Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat;
  • Mineral Fertilizers Plant of Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat.

In 2018, the Gazprom Group processed 30.1 billion cubic meters of natural and associated gas, tolling arrangements excluded.

Natural and associated gas processing in 2014–2018, billion cubic meters (tolling arrangements excluded)
  Year ended December 31
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Natural and associated gas processing, billion cubic meters  
Gazprom and its core subsidiaries 30.00 30.64 30.06 29.94 30.14
Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat 0.45 0.44 0.49 0.43 0.47
Gazprom Neft 0.10 0.44 0.45 0.45
Total 30.45 31.18 30.99 30.82 31.06
Facilities of Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat
Facilities of Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat

Facilities of Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat

Oil refining and gas condensate processing

As of December 31, 2018, the Gazprom Group's major facilities for liquid hydrocarbon (oil, gas condensate, fuel oil) processing include:

  • Chernomyrdin Surgut Condensate Stabilization Plant;
  • Urengoy Condensate Treatment Plant;
  • Astrakhan GPP;
  • Orenburg GPP;
  • Sosnogorsk GPP;
  • Refinery of Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat;
  • Moscow Refinery of the Gazprom Neft Group;
  • Omsk Refinery of the Gazprom Neft Group;
  • Yaroslavnefteorgsintez (the Gazprom Group has access to 50 per cent of its capacity via Slavneft);
  • Mozyr Refinery, Republic of Belarus (up to 50 per cent of oil delivered to the Refinery; access provided to the Gazprom Group via Slavneft);
  • Refineries of the Gazprom Neft Group in Pancevo and Novi Sad, Serbia.

The Omsk Refinery is the Gazprom Group's main oil refining company. It is one of Russia's most advanced and the world's largest refineries.

In 2018, the Gazprom Group processed 67.4 million tons of liquid hydrocarbons.

Oil and gas condensate processing, million tons
  Year ended December 31
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Oil and gas condensate processing, million tons    
Gazprom and its core subsidiaries 16.38 17.26 17.55 17.47 17.75
Gazprom Neft 43.48 43.07 41.89 40.11 42.91
incl. abroad 3.78 3.54 3.23 3.42 3.56
Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat 8.13 6.44 6.47 6.48 6.74
Total 67.99 66.77 65.91 64.06 67.40

Refinery in Pancevo, Serbia
Refinery in Pancevo, Serbia

Refinery in Pancevo, Serbia

Derived products

Main types of oil and gas derivatives produced by Gazprom Group (tolling arrangements excluded)
  Year ended December 31
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Stable gas condensate and oil, thousand tons 6,410.8 7,448.1 8,216.4 8,688.7 8,234.3
Dry gas, billion cubic meters 23.3 24.2 24.0 23.6 23.6
LPG, thousand tons 3,371.1 3,463.3 3,525.4 3,522.5 3,614.3
incl. abroad 130.4 137.9 115.0 103.0 97.0
Motor gasoline, thousand tons 12,067.9 12,395.2 12,270.0 11,675.6 12,044.9
incl. abroad 762.7 646.8 516.0 469.0 515.7
Diesel fuel, thousand tons 16,281.4 14,837.0 14,971.4 14,322.1 15,662.5
incl. abroad 1,493.8 1,470.1 1,363.0 1,299.0 1,571.2
Jet fuel, thousand tons 3,161.9 3,171.0 3,213.2 3,148.8 3,553.3
incl. abroad 108.5 107.9 122.0 155.0 190.4
Heating oil, thousand tons 9,318.0 8,371.4 7,787.2 6,585.9 6,880.6
incl. abroad 717.8 450.6 334.0 318.0 253.7
Marine fuel, thousand tons 4,139.0 4,172.2 3,177.2 3,367.3 2,952.0
Bitumen, thousand tons 1,949.2 1,883.8 2,112.0 2,662.1 3,122.3
incl. abroad 262.2 333.0 335.0 553.3 600.3
Lubricants, thousand tons 374.3 404.1 421.0 480.0 487.2
Sulfur, thousand tons 4,747.8 4,793.8 4,905.6 5,013.6 5,179.7
incl. abroad 15.6 17.8 22.0 24.0 23.0
Helium, thousand cubic meters 3,997.5 4,969.7 5,054.1 5,102.2 5,088.9
NGL, thousand tons 1,534.7 1,728.6 1,807.0 1,294.8 1,465.5
Ethane fraction, thousand tons 373.8 377.4 377.9 363.0 347.3
Monomers, thousand tons 262.2 243.4 294.0 264.9 335.8
Polymers, thousand tons 161.8 157.9 179.1 154.3 185.6
Organic chemicals, thousand tons 83.5 90.4 89.6 44.7 71.3
Mineral fertilizers and raw materials, thousand tons 778.2 775.9 953.0 985.5 836.4
Bitumen loading at Moscow Refinery
Bitumen loading at Moscow Refinery

Bitumen loading at Moscow Refinery