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Russian Megafactories: The giant of refining black gold

Bashneft

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Bashneft extracts oil on the territory of Bashkiriya (about 40 percent) and Western Siberia (about 50 percent). The company was created in 1935. Bashneft owns three oil refineries located in Ufa.
Bashneft

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The plant produces fuel for cars - gasoline and diesel, in accordance with the Euro-4 and Euro-5 standards, as well as other oil products and liquefied gases.
Bashneft

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Bashneft receives 17,000 - 18,000 tons of oil daily.
Bashneft

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The launch of new refineries in 2014 has helped Bashneft to produce 100 percent of gasoline and diesel fuel in accordance with the Euro-5 standard.
Bashneft

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The capacity of this refinery is 420 tons daily (153,000 tons annually), which currently makes it not only the most powerful refinery in Russia, but also in Europe.
Bashneft

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All the operating processes are monitored in real time.
Bashneft

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The refineries’ level of harmful emissions satisfies not only Russian standards, but also European and international ones.
Bashneft

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The aggregate capacity of Bashneft’s oil refining complex is more than 24 million tons annually.
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26 March, 2015
Tags: russian megafactories, oil, figures

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