Rosneft is the leader of the Russian oil refining sector. Rosneft owns nine major oil refining enterprises on the territory of Russia: Komsomolsk Refinery, Tuapse Refinery, Kuibyshev Refinery, Novokuibyshevsk Refinery, Syzran Refinery, Achinsk Refinery, Saratov Refinery, Ryazan Oil Refining Company and Angarsk Petrochemical Company. Besides, the Company holds 50% interest in Slavneft-YANOS and 95% in LINIK (Ukraine). The summary design capacity of the main oil refining enterprises in the territory of Russia makes up 95.1 million tons of oil per year.
The Company holds shares in several mini-refineries in the territory of the Russian Federation, where the refining volumes in 2014 totaled 1.9 million tons. The largest mini-refinery is the Nizhnevartovsk refining association with re refining volume in 2014 of 1.5 million tons. In Germany Rosneft holds shares in four refineries with the capacity of 11.5 million tons (in terms of the Company share).
The Company also manufactures petrochemical products in Russia at Angarsk polymer plant, which specializes in production of ethylene, propylene and polyethylene. The capacity of thermal decomposition unit – the main processing plant of the enterprise – makes up 300 thousand tons of ethylene per year.
In March, 2015, the Company acquired the petrochemical holding SANORS (Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company).
NPC is a major producer of gas processing, petrochemistry and organic synthesis products in the territory of Russia and Eastern Europe.
Rosneft is actively developing the production of oils.
The basic production sites are Novokuibyshevsk Oils and Additives Plant, oils production facility in Angarsk Petrochemical Company, Moscow Plant Nefteprodukt and oil plant OOO RN-Lubricants, Ryazan, and the refinery of OAO Slavneft-YANOS (ownership interest). The summary capacity of these enterprises exceeds 700 thousand tons per year in commodities, specifically, it makes up over 500 thousand tons of oils per year.
The Company structure also comprises Neftegorsk and Otradnensky gas treatment plants in Samara region, summary capacity whereof makes up 1.8 bcm of gas per year.