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"Rosneft" changes the stages of construction of VNHK in some places
As Vladimir Kapustin, General Director of VNIPINeft, said at the conference "Petrochemicals of Russia and CIS - 2017", in the conditions of declining profitability of oil refining in Russia, it is planned to pay special attention to the development of petrochemical industry in the Far Eastern region. In particular, according to him, the company "Rosneft" within the framework of one of the directions of production diversification puts this direction in the priority.
The decision was made on the grounds that oil refining is not profitable enough in the Far East. "In fact, it is even loss-making, so it was decided that this year it will be a positive decision for the whole complex of VNKhK, and to start designing and building only a petrochemical part." This does not mean that there will be no refining, it means that it will be there , But later, "- said the general director of OAO VNIPINEFT.
In general, according to VNIPINeft, the Russian oil refining industry has a number of problems. First of all, a sharp decline in oil prices and the collapse of the ruble led to a reduction in capital investments in oil refining and petrochemistry. In 2015, investments amounted to 214 billion rubles, and last year - only 149 billion rubles. The slowdown in the refining modernization program and the postponement of the introduction of plants for the deep processing of hydrocarbon raw materials, as well as a decrease in the primary oil refining became significant factors for a number of Russian companies.
Finally, the most important aspect of the industry's representatives consider the negative consequences of implementing a large tax maneuver. Also, the deterioration in the quality of oil in the trunk pipeline system has led to an increase in the cost price of refined products and a decrease in revenues from the export of crude oil, the head of the project institute said.