Gazprom Neft Takes Delivery of Russian-Produced Catalyst Equipment

Source: 4/22/2020, Location: Asia

Gazpromneft-Catalytic Systems continues to put in place the equipment needed for Russia’s first ever modern refining-catalyst manufacturing plant, with specialists at R&D Enterprise Mashprom having now completed preparations for a consignment of equipment for the plant’s conveyor production line. This future Gazprom Neft enterprise will facilitate the production of 21,000 tonnes of modern catalysts to be used in key processes involved in deep oil refining and the production of Euro-5 fuels. This initiative has been designated a “national project” by the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation. Gazprom Neft’s investments in the project stand at more than RUB30 billion, with construction expected to be completed in 2021.

Equipment (including furnaces and dryers) supplied by Mashprom will facilitate the processes involved in producing hydrotreatment and hydrocracking catalysts. Modern technological solutions mean these new devices are characterised by a high degree of automation. The project complies to the strictest requirements in terms of noise control and reliability in thermal insulation. Furnaces will be running on natural gas which, together with other ecological solutions in forthcoming catalyst production, will ensure the environment is protected. Equipment is expected to be delivered in 3Q 2020.

Gazprom Neft’s catalyst plant will be able to meet Russian refineries’ demand for effective catalysts, in full — annual output from the Omsk facility being expected to reach 15,000 tonnes of cat-cracking catalysts, 4,000 tonnes of hydrotreatment catalysts, and 2,000 tonnes of hydrocracking catalysts. Production volumes have been calculated to also meet export demand. Gazprom Neft is working closely with leading Russian research institutes on this project, but currently relies on feedstocks from domestic suppliers. The project envisages cutting-edge environmental solutions, including filtration systems and automated production-control systems.

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