26 April 2013

At OAO SIBUR Holding’s annual general meeting yesterday, shareholders elected a new Board of Directors.

26 April 2013

SIBUR  has won the Best Treasury of the Year category at the Russian CFO Awards ceremony run by the Adam Smith Institute (UK).

22 April 2013

SIBUR announces IV International Ideas Awards IQ-CHem. The Ideas Awards IQ-CHem aims to search and support innovative ideas in production and application of petrochemical products.

17 April 2013

In 2012, SIBUR productions facilities achieved a 22% year-on-year reduction in sanitary waste generation, a 5% reduction in waste water discharge, and a 3% reduction in air pollution.

3 April 2013

ОAO SIBUR Holding, integrated gas processing and petrochemicals company, today published its operational and financial results for the year ended 31 December 2012 in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

14 March 2013

SIBUR today announces the appointment of Pavel Malyi, Member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of Finance Committee, as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the Company. Alexey Philippovskiy, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board and current CFO, is stepping down to pursue other interests and will leave the Company in June 2013.

12 March 2013

SIBUR and TNK-BP have signed a set of agreements that define the format of cooperation between the parties within
OOO Yugragazpererabotka, an APG processing joint venture (JV), for the period from 2017 through 2026.

21 February 2013

SIBUR has started the construction of unit for separating methanol from propane fraction at Tobolsk-Neftekhim.

18 February 2013

SIBUR International GmbH trading company has registered subsidiaries in Turkey and Ukraine. SIBUR International Trading Istanbul and SIBUR International Trading Kiev, with offices in the respective capitals, will trade in basic polymers.

15 December 2012

Yuzhno-Balyksky GPP hosted an official ceremony to launch a low-temperature condensation and rectification unit. The outcome of the project is expected to result in 98% recovery rate of desired fractions in processing of associated petroleum gas, which is on a par with the global benchmarks.