Naftna industrija Srbije operates the Pancevo refinery, which is located in Vojvodina, Serbia. It is a non integrated refinery owned by Gazprom. The refinery, which started operations in 1968, has an NCI of 9.6.

Key processes of the refinery

Crude Distillation Unit (mbd): 96
Vacuum Distillation (mbd): 44
Coking (mbd): 15
Catalytic Cracker (mbd): 20
Hydrocracker (mbd): 60
Reformer (mbd): 7
Hydrotreater (mbd): 73
Alkylation (mbd): 2

The capacity of the refinery is expected to remain the same as 96.4mbd by 2030.

During the period 2021-2025, the Pancevo refinery is expected to witness an estimated capex of $88.84m.

Maintenance activities at Pancevo refinery

The Pancevo refinery witnessed ten incidents during the period 2015-2020.

Upcoming expansion projects at Pancevo refinery

Cogeneration Plant, ETBE Unit

Contractors involved in the refinery

Some of the key contractors for the upcoming projects at the Pancevo refinery include the following.

Design/FEED: John Wood Group.

Main EPC: Shanghai Electric Group, Tianjin Electric Power Construction.

About Naftna industrija Srbije

Naftna industrija Srbije ad (NIS), a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, is an integrated energy company. It conducts oil and gas exploration, production and refining, and sales and distribution of a broad range of petroleum products. Its refined products include motor fuel, diesel fuel, heating oil, bitumen, jet fuel, marine fuel, oils and lubricants, and others. It also implements petrochemical and energy projects. The company produces power from conventional and renewable sources, and markets gas and electricity. NIS also carries out domestic and trading, retail of petroleum and non-fuel products and wholesale of petroleum products. The company has operations in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Croatia and Angola. NIS is headquartered in Novi Sad, Serbia.


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