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  1. Polymer strategy

    ... Q2 2019, ahead of the Q4 planned under the schedule. The facility will reach its full capacity after 2021. ZapSibNeftekhim will boost the Company’s margins by processing associated petroleum gas into higher value added petrochemical products than LPG and naphtha. General view of ZapSibNeftekhim in September 2019. On top of that, in Q3 2019, the Company may decide to proceed with another huge project, the Amur Gas Chemical Complex (GCC), which has a capacity of 1.5 mtpa of polyethylene ...

  2. Amur Gas Chemical Complex: progress update

    As part of the EEF, SIBUR presented the Amur GCC project to Vladimir Putin and signed a term sheet with Gazprom to supply LPG. The Eastern Economic Forum held in early September saw a presentation of the Amur Gas Chemical Complex (Amur GCC) project delivered by Dmitry Konov, Chairman of the Management Board at SIBUR Holding, to President Vladimir Putin. The project ...

  3. 2019 – industry at a glance

    ... refinery/paraxylene projects will be implemented by private Chinese companies. These crude-to-chemicals projects often include ethylene complexes as well. Several Chinese steam crackers will also be built by private companies based on imported ethane and/or LPG. Even with an ethylene self-sufficiency rising above 60%, China will still be extremely dependent on imports for this value chain. There will be a race to fulfill this need among new domestic Chinese capacity additions, other Asia ...

  4. Thorny petrochemicals

    ... February 2014 cut the polymer supply to the domestic market by 0.3 mt (ca. 6–7% of the total consumption), which had to be urgently replaced with imports. Russian petrochemical feedstock consumption consists mostly of straight-run petrol (naphtha) and LPG, with a much smaller share of natural gas liquids (NGL) and ethane. Naphtha comes primarily from refineries that can fully meet the needs of large-scale steam crackers. For that reason, naphtha-based petrochemical facilities are often integrated into ...

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