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Norsi oil refinery of Lukoil has not changed overall oil supplies

October 10/2017

MOSCOW (MRC) -- Russias Norsi, oil major Lukoils largest oil refinery that suffered a fire last week, has not changed the overall plan of oil supplies to its plant this month, Russian pipeline monopoly Transneft said on Monday, reported Reuters.

The countrys second largest oil producer Lukoil said last Friday that output of oil products at the Norsi refinery in the Nizhny Novgorod region was almost unaffected by the fire.

As MRC wrote previously, on 5 May 2017, a fire erupted at a refinery of Russia's No. 2 oil producer Lukoil in the city of Perm in the Urals region the company. The fire was localised at around 0300 GMT and an open combustion was extinguished two hours later.

Lukoil  is one of the leading vertically integrated oil company in Russia. The main activities of the company include operations for exploration and production of oil and gas, production and sale of petroleum products. Lukoil is the second largest private oil Company worldwide by proven hydrocarbon reserves. Lukoil structure includes one of the largest Russian petrochemical plant - Stavrolen. In early February 2017, the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine  gave permission for the purchase of a 75% stake in Lukoil Chemical B.V. (Netherlands), which owned 100% of LLC "Karpatneftekhim" (Kalush, Ivano-Frankivsk region). According to the committee, the company Techinservice Limited (London, UK) was allowed to sell more than 25% of the Dutch Chemical Lukoil to the Ukrainian citizen through Xedrian Holding Ltd (Cyprus) - more than 50% Lukoil Chemical. And in late February 2017, Lukoil completed the sale of Karpatneftekhim, one of the largest producers of polymers in Ukraine.
Author:Margaret Volkova
Tags:PVC, PP, PE, crude and gaz condensate, petrochemistry, Lukoyl, Karpatneftekhim, Stavrolen, Russia.
Category:General News
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