oil and gas refinery is a major vertically integrated Russian oil company headquartered in Nizhnevartovsk. It is Russia's -largest oil and gas producer and among the ten largest private oil companies in the Russian Federation. In 2003 the company integrated joint venture with TNK-BP and “NK “Rosneft” oil refinery.
The company joint reserved with TNK-BP confirmed that as of 31, December 2009, total proved reserves amounted to 11.667 billion barrels (1.8549?109 m3) of oil equivalent, applying PRMS (formerly SPE) criteria. Proved reserves constitute a total proved PRMS reserve replacement ratio of 329%.
OJSC “Nizhnevartovskneft” is one of the main operators of Samotlor oil Field; the largest oil field of Russia and the sixth largest in the world, owned and operated by TNK-BP. The field is located at Lake Samotlor in Nizhnevartovsk district, Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug, Tyumen Oblast. It covers 1,752 square kilometres (676 sq mi).
At the moment it includes 4 units for primary refining, process control systems, quality control laboratory and the laboratory of nondestructive inspection methods. Technological installations for plants JSC "Nizhnevartovskneft" produce the following products: stable gasoline, summer, winter and arctic diesel fuel, jet fuel. 11.5 million tons of oil per year.
Shipment of petroleum products produced as by rail, road and by Sea transportation. In 2008, the Company produced 5.1 million tons. Tons of stable gasoline, 1.8 million tons, tons of diesel fuel- 77 thousand per day, 60,000 tons of jet fuel per day.
In 2007 OJSC "Nizhnevartovskneft" successfully passed the certification audit conducted by SGS Vostok Limited on three integrated systems ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS18001 and confirmed compliance management system to international standards.
In 2008, at the IV International Assembly Quality NNPO was awarded a gold certificate of quality. The Company has organized the Council of Young Professionals. Young professionals are participating actively in the scientific and practical conferences, successfully defending their scientific work
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