Chernigov Refinery

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Chernigov Refinery
Logo of Chernigov Refinery
Chernigov Refinery is located in Kemerovo Oblast
Chernigov Refinery
Location of the Chernigov Refinery in Kemerovo Oblast, Russia
Country Russia
Province Kemerovo Oblast
City Novaya Balahonka
Coordinates 55°36′45″N 86°8′42″E / 55.61250°N 86.14500°E / 55.61250; 86.14500Coordinates: 55°36′45″N 86°8′42″E / 55.61250°N 86.14500°E / 55.61250; 86.14500
Refinery details
Operator CJSC Chernigov Refinery
Owner(s) Siberian Business Union
Commissioned 2007
Capacity 217,000 bbl/d (34,500 m3/d)
Number of employees 14,000

Chernigov Refinery (Russian: Черниговский НПЗ) is a Russian oil refinery located in Novaya Balahonka, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia. It is owned and operated by CJSC Chernigov Refinery, which belongs to the Siberian Business Union.[1][2]

History[edit]

The company was founded in 2005. Construction of the first refinery unit started on 1 June 2006 and it became operational on 7 December 2007.[3][non-primary source needed] The third unit became operational in December 2013.[1]

Operations[edit]

The refinery has three units with a total capacity of 250,000 tonnes per year or 217,000 barrels per day (34,500 m3/d). Most of produced oil products are supplied to the other companies of the Siberian Business Union.[1] In addition, the company operates 26 petrol stations. It is also an oil producer with recoverable reserves of 1.1 billion barrels (170×10^6 m3) of crude oil and 978 billion cubic feet (27.7×10^9 m3) of natural gas.[4][non-primary source needed] It also owns an oil terminal with a transit capacity of 7 million tonnes per year.[citation needed]

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