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Our customers

Our customers are more than 400 companies in 33 countries. Among the main importers of our products there are Ethiopia, Syria, Italy, Finland, England, Iraq, Turkey, Argentina, Israel, Surinam, Hungary, Baltic states, Azerbaijan.

Among our customers there are such companies as JSC AK “Transneft”, JSC “Oil Company “Rosneft”, CJSC “Trust Koksokhimmontazh”, JSC “TAIF-NK”, JSC “”Heat-and-Power Engineering Company Mosenergo”, JSC “Mozyr Refinery” (Belarus Republic), JSC “Gomeltransneft Druzhba” (Belarus Republic), “Lukoil-Kaliningradmorneft”, “Azertrans-LTD” (Azerbaijan), JSC “Caspy Neft TME”, TOO “Petroleumstroyservice”, JSC “AKMO-88”, JSC “Almatypromstroy”, “YUKOS”, “Ventbunkers” (Latvia), CJSC “Kasstroy-Promtechmontazh”, Oil pipCJSC “Tengizinterneftegazstroy”. Cooperation with these companies allowed implementing many projects on tank metal structures supplies and construction of complicated objects of different purpose:


Vankor oil-gas condensate field – the largest one from the fields discovered and put into operation in Russia during the last 25 years. The field is located in the north of the Eastern Siberia in Turukhan district of Krasnoyarsk krai, 142 km from Igarka. Its area is 416.5 km2. Initial recoverable reserves of the Vankor field constituted 500 million tons of oil and condensate and 182 milliard tons of gas (natural + dissolved) on January 1, 2014. Due to the applied technological practices, coefficient of oil recovering of this field is one of the highest ones in Russia. On December 13, 2013 the seventy millionth ton of oil was recovered from the Vankor field since start of operation (august of 2009).


Eastern oil pipeline (pipeline system “Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean”, ESPO) – pipeline going from town of Tayshet (Irkutsk region) to oil-loading port Kozmino in the gulf Nakhodka. It is 4,740 km long and it connects fields of Western and Eastern Siberia and markets of Asia and USA. The pipeline is operated by state company “Transneft”. The sort of oil supplied to the world markets through this pipeline is ESPO too. On December 28, 2009 the first stage of project ESPO-1 – pipeline from Tayshet to Skovorodino 2,694 km long with capability 30 million tons per year was put into operation. On December 25, 2012 the second stage ESPO-2 Skovorodino-Kozmino was put into service. By 2015 capability of ESPO-1 was increased up to 58 million tons per year, and capability of the branch to China near Skovorodino – up to 20 million tons per year.


Complex of a new oil terminal constructed under the order of LLC “Lukoil-Kaliningradmorneft” was opened in settlement Izhevskoye (Kaliningrad region). Oil traffic of the first stage is 600 thousand tons of oil per year. The terminal total capability is over 1.5 million tons per year, and total capacity of its tank farm for oil and petroleum products is 80 thousand m3. It was put into operation at the end of 2001. Launch of the new terminal allowed reliable provision of Kaliningrad region with dark and light oil products, increasing tax proceeds into the budgets of all levels, and creating 180 workplaces. The new terminal is used by LLC “Lukoil-Kaliningradmorneft” for recovered oil transshipment for its further sale on the world market.


“Caspian Pipeline Consortium” was formed in 1992 by the governments of Kazakhstan, Oman and Russia for construction and operation of the export oil pipeline 1580 km long from the Tengiz field in Kazakhstan to port Novorossiysk on the Black Sea shore. Maximum pipeline capability is 67 million tons of oil per year.


On November 26, 2008 Vladimir Putin, Chairman of the Government of RF, signed order No. 1754-p on designing and constructing two stages of the “Baltic Pipeline System-2” going from Unecha (Bransk region) to Ust-Luga (Leningrad region) with the capability up to 50 million tons of oil per year. It allowed creating Russian new independent export direction of oil transportation through new seaport Primorsk constructed by “Transneft” with the capability of 12 million tons of oil per year. Nowadays Primorsk is the largest port in Russia shipping oil for export. Implementation of the project ensured significant part of the hydrocarbon stuff being exported by Russian ports and eliminated dependence of the Russian foreign trade from transit states.