Strategic Outlook

Gazprom Neft's 2025 Development Strategy, adopted in 2013, defines medium- and long-term goals for this period and sets objectives for their achievement.

  • In 2015, the Novoportovskoye field will go into commercial production.
  • In 2016, the Company will begin pilot drilling of commercial wells in order to bring the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field into full-scale production.
  • In 2018, Omsk Lubricants Plant will start producing highly pure basic oils.
  • By 2020, Gazprom Neft plans to increase hydrocarbon production to 100 million tonnes per year. The Company will maintain that level through to 2025, with at least 10% of total production coming from overseas projects.
  • By 2020, the improvement in production methods will ensure maximum efficiency in the development of promising assets and rational use of the potential of existing assets, including hard-to-recover reserves.
  • In the period leading up to 2020, the Company will implement a programme to increase refining depth. As part of this programme, six new refineries will be built and three existing ones will be upgraded. The new facilities will be on a par with the best refineries in the world (including in terms of environmental performance).
  • By 2025, oil refining in Russia will reach 40 million tonnes, with refining depth at 95%, and light petroleum product output at 80%.
  • The Company will continue to expand its network of filling stations and other high-margin channels for sales of petroleum products. By 2025, Gazprom Neft intends to increase total sales of motor fuels in Russia and the CIS to 24.7 million tonnes. The retail network in Russia and the CIS will be expanded to 1,880 filling stations.
  • In the coming years, the staff succession plan will expand to cover all the Company's subsidiaries, and a comprehensive programme to improve the effectiveness of cooperation with educational institutions will also be developed.
  • In 2015–2016, Gazprom Neft will implement a dedicated programme to rehabilitate contaminated lands, drilling sludge pits and treating oil-contaminated waste, with a focus on legacy sludge pits.
  • In 2015–2016, the Company will continue to upgrade its production facilities, reducing the stress on the environment.
  • In 2015, the Company will implement a ‘30 steps’ strategy aimed at increasing the level of industrial and environmental safety in contractor workplaces.
  • In 2015–2017, the Company will continue to implement the energy management system (EMS). The EMS will be implemented and certified for compliance with the ISO 50001:2011 international standard at Gazprom Neft-Lubricants and Gazprom Neft-Moscow Refinery. In 2015–2017, the Company plans to implement programmes to improve the energy efficiency of oil production and to reduce energy losses in Gazprom Neft’s electrical networks.
  • The Company will continue to cooperate with regions to create a comfortable urban environment, develop infrastructure for children's and grassroots sports activities, support educational projects, and preserve the national and cultural traditions of the indigenous peoples of northern Russia. The Company will implement its regional policy based on both the Home Towns programme, which defines a systematic approach and common standards for social investment in the regions, and the annual social investment programmes of subsidiaries and affiliates approved by Corporate Headquarters.
  • In 2015, the Company will conduct a social initiative grant competition in the five regions where it operates: Omsk, Tomsk, and Orenburg regions and Yamalo-Nenets and Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous districts. The grant fund will total over RUB 20 million.
  • In 2015, the Company will develop a corporate volunteering strategy at Gazprom Neft.

100 million
tonnes per year

hydrocarbon production by 2020

10 %

of total hydrocarbon production will come from overseas projects by 2020

40 million tonnes
refining throughput in Russia by 2025

80 %
of output will consist of light petroleum products by 2025

1,880 filling stations
in Russia and the CIS by 2025

RUB 20 million
in social initiatives grants in 2015