SIBUR and Gazprom Neft have signed an agreement for construction of a new gas processing plant (GPP) with an annual associated petroleum gas (APG) processing capacity of 900 million cubic metres on the basis of existing Yuzhno-Priobskaya compressor station in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area.
SIBUR begins commissioning works and testing of the new gas fractionation unit in Tobolsk
Tolyattikauchuk, a subsidiary of SIBUR, has commissioned a third butyl rubber separation line, expanding its production capacity from 48 ktpa to 53 ktpa.
OAO SIBUR Holding, an integrated gas processing and petrochemicals company, today published its operational and financial results for the three and nine months ended 30 September 2013 in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
SIBUR announces the arrival of its new gas carrier, SIBUR Tobol, at Ust-Luga seaport. The vessel will ship cooled liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from the company's new terminal on a regular and year-round basis.
BIAXPLEN, part of SIBUR Holding, has launched a new production facility of biaxially oriented polypropylene films (BOPP-films) in Tomsk.
Today, Alexey Miller, Gazprom’s Chairman of the Management Committee, and Dmitry Konov, SIBUR’s CEO, signed Memorandum of Cooperation in the gas processing project in Far East that envisages construction of a gas processing plant (GPP) and a petrochemical complex in Belogorsk, the Amur Region.
Tobolsk-Polymer, one of the world’s largest polypropylene production facilities, was commissioned at a grand opening ceremony attended by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. This construction project has been hailed as the biggest investment project in the Russian petrochemical industry.
SIBUR, a leading Russian gas processing and petrochemicals company, and the German chemicals giant BASF signed a Long-Term Cooperation Memorandum to supply additives used for polymer production and processing at SIBUR’s production facilities.
SIBUR announces the arrival of its first new gas carrier, Sibur Voronezh, at Ust-Luga seaport. The vessel will ship cooled liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from the company's Baltic Sea terminal on a regular and year-round basis.