Orsky Refinery annually processes more than 5 million tons of oil. It produces automotive gasoline of various brands, diesel and jet fuel, masut and bitumen, aviation kerosene. Refined products are supplied to Russian regions and exported abroad.
The refinery is located in the Orenburg region in the city of Orsk. The owner and the main shareholder of the plant is ForteInvest company, which supplies raw materials and sells the end products.
History of the refinery
Orsky Refinery was created in the 30s of the 20th century, when the largest industrial center in the south of the Urals began to form. Due to a lack of manpower (1654 people instead of the planned 3440), the pace of construction of the plant was extremely low. But thanks to the enthusiasm and dedication of the workers, at the end of 1935, the oil refinery received the first supply of crude oil, and in early 1936 produced the first gasoline.
During the Great Patriotic War, the refinery continuously supplied the military industry and the rear with the required oil products. It continued to work steadily worked during the economic crisis of 1998, remaining practically the only working production company of the city.
In 2000, the Orsk refinery merged with TNK, in 2005-2011 it was the subsidiary of the holding company RussNeft. Today it is the main asset of ForteInvest, remaining the city major employer with one of the largest salaries in Orsk.
Orsky Refinery products
PAO Orskneftesintez offers a large range of oil products:
- Motor gasolines brands of AI-95, AI-92, AI-80.
- Fuel for diesel engines, including EURO class K5.
- High grade jet fuel.
- Low-viscosity marine fuel, heating oil and vacuum gas oil.
- Technical fuel.
- Liquified gases.
- Petroleum bitumens.
- Heating masut.
Also worthy of note the Orsky distillate of gas condensate, which meets the highest standards. This diesel fuel analog has an optimum viscosity, a sufficiently high flash point (88 ° C) and a small content of mercaptan sulfur (0.0095%). Full information about the DGK Orsk reflects the quality passport. Full information about the Orsk distillate of gas condensate is reflected in the quality certificate.
Prospects for the development of the Orsk oil refinery are optimistic. It is developing new facilities, improving working conditions and production methods.