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Gazpromneft-Lubricants cooperating with Kamchatka Region regarding lubricants import substitution

3 OCTOBER 2016
Within the Sochi 2016 International Investment Forum, Gazpromneft has signed an agreement with the Kamchatka Region government on cooperation regarding the import substitution of lubricants and supply of bitumen for road construction. The document was signed by Alexander Dybal – the board member of Gazpromneft, and Marina Subbota – the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kamchatka Region.

Gazpromeft-Lubricants (the oil business operator of Gazpromneft) will extend cooperation with city and municipal companies of the region under the agreement in order to find Russian-made high-quality lubricants to completely replace expensive import analogs.

The energy area, housing and public utilities, industrial system are the import substitution priorities. In addition, the partners will be provided with a qualified engineering and service support.

The company will also expand the sales of G-Energy engine oils in the region, which will make it possible for car owners to reduce maintenance costs.

According to the expert evaluation, the annual requirement of the Kamchatka Region for lubricants exceeds 4.5 thousand tons. The agreement will make it possible to significantly reduce the dependence on imports in the region by the end of 2016, saving about 20% of the regional budget allocated for purchasing of motor fuels.

The agreement also provides for the delivery of modern bitumen materials for road construction by the bitumen business operator of Gazpromneft, and expansion of research activities for the development of bitumen compounds with regard to the climatic environmental conditions of the region. An experimental road section will be built in the territory of the Kamchatka Region to monitor the efficiency of high-technology products of Gazpromneft. There are already ten such sections in the territory of Russia and Kazakhstan, which prove the benefits of modern materials in comparison with the traditional bitumen.


Gazpromneft-Lubricants (Gazpromneft-Lubricants LLC) is a subsidiary of Gazpromneft that specializes in the production and sale of oils, lubricants and technical fluids. Established in November 2007. Gazpromneft-Lubricants has 6 production sites in Russia, Italy and Serbia. Our total production volume amounts to 500,000 tons of high-quality oils, lubricants and technical fluids every year. The Omsk Lubricant Plant (OZSM) is Russia’s most state-of-the-art complex for mixing, filling and packaging of oils with the total annual mixing and packaging capacity of 300,000 tons. The management system in place at Gazpromneft-Lubricants and its production facilities conform to the stringent requirements of the international standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 16949, and OHSAS 18001. The company supplies its products to the Russian assembly lines of DAIMLER KAMAZ RUS, KZ ROSTSELMASH, DERWAYS AC, KAMAZ, AVTOTOR (Hyundai assembly line), AZ GAZ, UAZ (Sollers), and BELAZ. Consumers of Gazpromneft-Lubricants products include Severstal, Sibur, Gazprom, Evraz, MMK, TMK, NLMK, Rusal, Alrosa, RZD, and other leading industrial enterprises. The range includes 500 brands of oils and lubricants for all market sectors (more than 1,200 items of goods). The company’s products have earned the approval of more than 250 leading equipment manufacturers: BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Volvo, Renault, General Motors, Cummins, MAN, ZF, KAMAZ, Avtovaz, Bosch Rexroth, and others. The company also produces and sells marine oils, delivers products to vessels of Sovcomflot, Rosmorport, Rosnefteflot, Norilsk Nickel, and other Russian and foreign ship owners. Thanks to the integration into the Chevron global supply network, the company clients have an opportunity to buy marine oils in more than 800 ports worldwide. The company controls 15% of the Russian lubricant market and also operates in the CIS and the Baltics, Europe, Central and Southeast Asia, Africa, and beyond. In all, the company’s products are sold in more than 60 countries worldwide.

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