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Case history: Modernization of Russia’s refining industry—Part 1

07.01.2014  |  Levinbuk, M. ,  RAS, A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis, Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Moscow, RussiaGalkin, V. V.,  Gazprom Neft, Moscow, RussiaMakhiyanov, V. ,  Gazprom Neft, Moscow, Russia

Keywords: [gasoline] [diesel] [bitumen] [coking] [hydrocracking] [Euro 5] [deasphalting] [Russia] [taxes]

Russian laws governing transportation fuels and crude oil have undergone many changes. These regulatory changes will involve the revamping of Russia’s refining industry. At present, this nation has 22 large refineries—each with a throughput capacity of 5 million tpy (MMtpy), according to the Russian Ministry of Energy’s register.1–3 However, the domestic refining industry includes eight mid-sized refineries with capacities ranging from 1 MMtpy to 5 MMtpy and over 200 small refineries with significantly much lower processing capacity (under 1 MMtpy).

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