30 May 2019

SIBUR and 3M have signed an agreement to cooperate in product development and polymer recycling at SIBUR’s PolyLab. Thanks to their durability, strength, eco-friendliness and other advantages, such polymers as polyethylene and polypropylene are some of the most widely used synthetic materials, popular with the construction, utilities, automotive, healthcare, food and other industries.

29 May 2019

Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev cut the ribbon of the first domestic R&D centre for the development and testing of polymer products – SIBUR PolyLab located at the Skolkovo Innovation Centre.

25 March 2019

The Perm facility is 100% ready for commissioning, with the first batch of dioctyl terephthalate coming off the line and shipped to customers as part of the pre-commissioning pilot.

13 March 2019

The polypropylene unit at ZapSibNeftekhim, a deep hydrocarbon conversion plant under construction, is 99.8% complete. Construction and installation works on the process unit are over, and commissioning is underway. In particular, systems are undergoing functional testing and safety systems are being checked for proper performance.

13 March 2019

The polypropylene unit at ZapSibNeftekhim, a deep hydrocarbon conversion plant under construction, is 99.8% complete. Construction and installation works on the process unit are over, and commissioning is underway. In particular, systems are undergoing functional testing and safety systems are being checked for proper performance.

12 February 2019

A 13 ktpa capacity ramp-up will increase total capacity to 48 ktpa and enable the Company to meet the strong demand for Nd-BR in the target markets of the CIS and Europe.

14 December 2018

SIBUR has launched the construction of a maleic anhydride (MAN) production facility at SIBUR Tobolsk. Maleic anhydride is used in the construction, agriculture, automotive, paint and varnish, furniture, pharmaceutical and other industries.

10 October 2018

ZapSibNeftekhim has prepared its demineralised water unit for commissioning. It is a two-stage reverse osmosis and electric deionisation plant with a total capacity of 244 cu m per hour.

8 October 2018

SIBUR has successfully passed an independent audit that certified its compliance with the international standard ISO 19600:2014 – Compliance Management Systems. Including SIBUR, only three Russian companies have so far been certified against this standard, which testifies to the Company’s high standards for operating excellence.

17 September 2018

SIBUR’s Voronezh site will boost the output of thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) used in road construction, roof coating production and other industries by 50 ktpa. The project has been approved by Russia’s General Board of State Expert Review (Glavgosexpertiza) and the Company’s Investment Committee.