Project of Federal Status
A Construction and Commissioning Project for Refining and Petrochemical Complex in Nizhnekamsk has been initiated in 2005 in the context of Oil and Gas Petrochemical Complex Development Program for Republic of Tatarstan, providing double increase of refinery crude run from annual 7 to 14 mln. tn, and respectively, realization of hydrocarbons deep conversion industrial engineering due to its enhanced processing in petrochemical production. The Project realization has started at the Resolution of the RT Security Council dated June 9, 2005, at the Decree of RT Cabinet of Ministers and a relevant Decision of JSC Tatneft Board of Directors.
In 2006 the Project has obtained a federal status.
On June 26, 2006 the Governmental Committee on Developmental Programs headed by German Greff, RF Minister of Economic Growth and Trade, has supported a Decision of the RF State Committee on National Investment about cashing up of RUR 16,5 bln. (VAT in) for the Complex infrastructure facilities construction, including modernization of the products pipeline 128 km long, crude oil pipelining (117,3 km) and outdoor railways projecting of total mileage 34,49 km. The respective RF Government Order No.1708-r was signed on 30 November 2006.
On August 2, 2007 on the premises of RF Ministry for Economic Growth and Trade signing has been rendered of an Investment Agreement about invest project execution of Oil Refining and Petrochemical Complex in Nizhnekamsk. The Investment Agreement was signed by the following parties: I. V. Romashov, Federal Agency for Railway Transport («Roszheldor); V. M. Schadov, Energy Federal Agency Acting Manager (Rosenergo); and N. U. Maganov, JSC Tatneft First Deputy General Director of JSC Tatneft Crude Oil and Petrol Products Offtake.
The Complex is designed based on the following principles:
Steps of Oil Refining and Petrochemical Complex construction
The Oil Refining and Petrochemical Complex units are planned to be put into operation by 3 steps.
The first step of construction envisages splitting of Complexes into 1a and 1b. The 1st step of the first start-up Complex includes the following units:
Also Start-up Complex 1а will comprise the following units:
Start-up Complex 1b will comprise the following units:
II step of construction envisages the following units:
III step of construction will include the following units:
The Plants of the Complex will produce 18 items of deep conversion complex products from the motor fuel oil of European grade through feedstock components for production of wide range of required petrochemical production.