LUKOIL is one of the largest oil & gas vertical integrated companies in the world accounting for over 2% of crude production and circa 1% of proved hydrocarbon reserves globally.
PJSC LUKOIL announces that the TPI (Transition Pathway Initiative) international climate rating has upgraded its assessment of the quality of the Company's carbon management system to level 3 (out of 4 possible).
LUKOIL continues its work to reduce controlled greenhouse gas emissions at its production facilities. The Company began supplying electricity to its Stavrolen petrochemical plant (Budennovsk, Stavropol region, Russia) from LUKOIL's own solar power plant (SPP) located at its Volgograd refinery. About 11 million kWh are expected to be supplied annually.
Deputy Minister of Energy of Russia Pavel Snikkars, Governor of the Volgograd region Andrei Bocharov, First Executive Vice President of LUKOIL Vadim Vorobyov, and Chief Executive Officer of Hevel Group Igor Shakhray took part in today's opening ceremony of LUKOIL's 20 MW solar power plant (SPP) in the Volgograd region.
LUKOIL has stepped up in the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) international climate change rating by one notch and entered the C List, which resulted from developing the Company's carbon management system.
LUKOIL entered the construction phase of the second stage of the solar power plant (SPP) project that is currently underway on the premises of LUKOIL's Volgograd Refinery.
PJSC "LUKOIL" reports the completion of inventory of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission sources and calculation of direct and indirect emissions in accordance with international standards.
LUKOIL reports on the approval of the amendments to the Group's Health, Safety and Environmental Protection in the 21st Century Policy aimed at further development of the Company's carbon management system.
LUKOIL has put in
operation a gas desulphurization unit at the Usinsky gas processing plant. The new facility will
make it possible to increase the utilization of associated petroleum gas from
the Usinskoye field to 95%.
Commercial production at the
Vladimir Filanovsky field in the Caspian Sea was launched today by the
President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. The V. Filanovsky field,
discovered by LUKOIL in 2005, is Russia’s largest oil discovery for the past
twenty-five years and the second field commissioned by the Company in the
Russian offshore sector of the Caspian Sea.
LUKOIL has successfully completed reconstruction of the diesel fuel
hydrodearomatization block of the hydrocracker at Perm Refinery, accommodating
it for hydrodewaxing. This modernization will allow the Company to increase
production volumes of EURO 5 winter diesel.