March 2018

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Refining: Russia plans ramp-up in refinery expansion, construction

Russian fuel producers aim to ensure regular supplies of oil products to both the domestic market and foreign importers in the coming years by building new refineries and modernizing existing plants across the country.

Gerden, E., Contributing Writer

Russian fuel producers aim to ensure regular supplies of oil products to both the domestic market and foreign importers in the coming years by building new refineries and modernizing existing plants across the country. New refinery capacities are slated to be built in Moscow, the Far East and the Volga regions. These areas are strategically important in terms of geographical location and hydrocarbon reserves. Primorye refinery project revival One project will involve the construction of a new, large-scale refinery in the Partizansky district of Primorsky Krai in the Far East. The project will be jointly implemented by Russian state-owned oil producer Rosneft and China’s ChemChina. Constru

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