Gazprom neft’s Moscow oil refinery has certified compliance with international standards
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Moscow oil refinery has successfully passed examination on international standards compliance in the field of quality, occupational health, safety and ecology.
The recertification audit of integrated plant management system was held on 4 through to 11 December 2017.
The audit featured inspection of the following facilities:
– all subdivisions of Moscow refinery;
– technology units;
The inspection took place both within day and night time.
As a reminder, Moscow refinery operates under the following standards:
– ISO 9001:2008;
– ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007;
– ISO 50001:2011.
Integration of all process flows and comprehensive management approach is the key result of a large-scale modernisation of the refinery initiated in 2011.
Overall modernization cost exceeds 250bn RUB.
Due to the 1st modernisation stage, the facility has reduced the environmental footprint by half, including 36 % emission reduction.
For the record, the integrated unit Euro+ will be built in 2018, which is the fundamental project within the second modernisation stage. The unit will enable decommissioning of 5 outdated units and increasing eco-friendly yield.
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