General Information - Bryansk Refinery Ltd

Go to content

Main menu:


We secured the Refinery’s market share by proving us to be reliable partner and supplier and now use our facilities to contribute to the social and economic development of the region, supporting current favorable status of Kuban.

Oil refinery Bryansk NPZ, llc was was registered November 29, 2011 registrar Interdistrict Inspectorate of the Federal Tax Service № 10 in the Bryansk region. Organization in Bryansk township ( Bryansk region). the Refinery used to process half stock and gas condensate. High-purity benzene and toluene were main products of the Refinery. Back than it was the only plant producing aromatic hydrocarbons within territory of the former USSR.
   Today Bryansk NPZ produces straight-run petrol P1, diesel oil L-0,2-62 for export purposes and low-ash fuel oil II M-40 carefully following rules and technological regulations standard for this  product category.
  Bryansk NPZ has been considerably contributing to economic and social development of Bryansk village Desna and Volga basins Region . Quality products, adoption of advanced technology and thorough compliance with contractual commitments determine our success. During its half century history Bryansk NPZ witnessed a lot of changes made and a lot of traditions built, welcomed outstanding professionals whose work made our Refinery recognized.
This change allowed investments needed to secure today’s dynamic reconstruction and modernization of production technology and equipment that contribute to considerable development of Bryansk’s productive capacity.             
    Production process is organized and carried out by highly skilled and qualified staff. The Refinery significantly contributes to maintaining Bryansk economic condition at highly competitive level. Being a part of market-based economy of Russia we understand the Refinery’s effect on dynamics of GDP’s growth, its structure and quality and seek to accomplish tasks set before any participant of the market applying approaches adopted by the Government.

Back to content | Back to main menu