Gazprom neftekhim Salavat Complex is an active petrochemical complex located in Bashkortostan Republic , Russia. The complex started commercial operations in 1960 and currently has an active annual capacity of 3.1mtpa. Its capacity is expected to increase to 3.22mtpa in 2030. The plants in this complex are operated by Gazprom neftekhim Salavat.
Key Products Capacity – Gazprom neftekhim Salavat Complex, 2020
Key products produced in this complex include urea, ammonia, ethylene, ethylbenzene, styrene etc.
Urea accounts for major capacity share i.e., 23.9% of the total annual capacity of the complex with 0.74mtpa, followed by ammonia and ethylene with 19.4% (0.6mtpa) and 11.6% (0.36mtpa) respectively.
Details of key upcoming projects in Gazprom neftekhim Salavat Complex
The complex is set to add capacity with upcoming plants including Gazprom neftekhim Salavat Ethylene Plant Expansion, and Gazprom neftekhim Salavat Propylene Plant Expansion for which the capacity information is not available/reported.
About Gazprom neftekhim Salavat
Gazprom neftekhim Salavat (Gazprom), a subsidiary of Gazprom is a petrochemical company. The company’s product include petrochemistry, refining products, and mineral fertilizers. Its refining products comprise unleaded motor gasoline, unleaded gasoline, bitumen for roads viscous, diesel euro, toluene oil, fuel oil and others. Gazprom’s petrochemical products include isobutyl alcohol, 2-ethylhexanol technology, snolen, butyl alcohol, heavy products rectification 2-ethylhexanol, thinner, balance cubes phthalic anhydride production and plasticizer dop. The company’s mineral fertilizers comprise ammonia anhydrous liquid, urea, and ammonium nitrate. Its products are used in delivery basis, transport, price, delivery period, and payment terms. Gazprom is headquartered in Salavat, Russia.
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