VPK-Oil LLC and Sibirsky Sberbank signed a loan agreement (November 3rd) valued at 3.15 bn. rubles for the project of bitumen and diesel fuel production (Euro-5 class).
Russia’s decision earlier this year to engage in talks with OPEC about limiting oil output has added more than 400 billion rubles ($6 billion) to the nation’s budget, according to two officials familiar with government calculations.
Oil traded near $50 a barrel with OPEC’s Secretary-General set to visit Baghdad on Tuesday for talks aimed at resolving a deal on output after Iraq said it should be exempt from planned cuts.
Moscow and Riyadh have found common ground on a possible agreement with OPEC and a plan to stabilize oil prices after a meeting in the Saudi capital.
In pursuance of federal laws on industrial safety, this enterprise has created its own non-staff emergency and rescue unit that was attested by an inter-agency commission.
Today’s Kochenevsky oil refinery has its own infrastructure to provide an uninterrupted supply of feedstock and the shipping of finished products, that consists of:
The Kochenevsky oil refinery is the first highly hazardous facility for hydrocarbon processing registered in the Novosibirsk Region.
The Kochenevsky oil refinery employs:
The Kochenevsky oil refinery has been included by the Ministry of Energy of Russia in the register of projected, constructed and commissioned oil refineries of the Russian Federation.
Today’s Kochenevsky oil refinery is:
According to an independent expert company, VPK-Oil LLC is in the top three of 15 enterprises in the Commonwealth of Independent States that meet the high standards of production in industrial safety and technological discipline.
To implement the investment strategy of the company, a highly efficient system of project management, control and monitoring at all stages has been created (from business planning to operation).
The project team possesses leadership qualities and technical skills and has experience of management of major projects.