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  1. SIBUR: from 1995 to the latest developments

    ... and basic polymers and other petrochemicals processing for the utilities, construction, car, healthcare, packaging and other industries. Every job in petrochemicals generates 4.5 jobs in associated fields. In 2015, SIBUR launched the construction of ZapSibNeftekhim, its biggest-ever project scheduled for completion in 2019. ZapSibNeftekhim is to become Russia’s largest modern petrochemical facility with a 1.5 mtpa ethylene and 2 mtpa polymers capacity. It will almost double SIBUR's polymer output ...

  2. Development trends

    ... Managing Director at SIBUR, spoke about the key trends in the company’s development. He elaborated on the investment projects currently run by SIBUR, accentuating the additional opportunities arising in the SBS and plastics segments. Particularly, ZapSibNeftekhim, Russia’s largest and one of the world’s leading projects, to be completed next year, will not only significantly boost monomer and polymer production, but also provide additional butadiene feedstock for SBS and rubbers facilities....

  3. Planning ahead

    ... the Company as a whole can weather any swings and crises. In 2018, the average rubber price fell below expectations to USD 1,300 per tonne. Do you think the rubber segment is still attractive for the Company to invest in? Of course. Once ZapSibNeftekhim is launched, the Company will be able to produce an additional 100 ktpa of butadiene, a valuable feedstock for synthetic rubbers. Monetising this additional volume is among the targets of our Division. This year, the Company has already ...

  4. Film Festival Grand Prix

    A film by SIBUR won the US International Film & Video Festival award. Destination Tobolsk is devoted to complex logistic solutions used to construct ZapSibNeftekhim. The 30-minute film tells how to organise delivery of oversize cargo from seven countries to SIBUR’s construction site when motor transportation is impossible, a train with the equipment would not fit into a turn, and the Indian Ocean ...

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