JSC Sibur Holding     詳細


JSC SIBUR Holding is a vertically integrated setup that processes considerable volumes of hydrocarbon stock in Russia all along the line starting from primary treatment all the way to consumer product manufacturing. The enterprises that make up the Holding produce over one hundred petrochemical products

Gazprombank planning to sell its stake in petrochemicals business Sibur

    Gazprom completes move to fully divest petchems business Sibur

RIL and Sibur to jointly pioneer Butyl Rubber production in India

 SIBUR and Sinopec plan two joint ventures for NBR and extend their cooperation

Sibur-Sinopec Rubber Holding Company Limited is a joint venture between SIBUR and China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec Corp.) developed on the site of the Krasnoyarsk Synthetic Rubber Plant (KZSK) to produce nitrile butadiene rubbers. SIBUR owns 74.99% of the JV.




@ Yaroslavsky Shinny Zavod JSC
  heavy truck All Steel tires, passenger car tires, light truck tires, aviation tires
A Tomskneftekhim LLC
  production of polypropylene, high-pressure polyethylene, formalin and carbamidoformaldehyde resins, ethylene and propylene, consumer goods.
B Tobolsk-Neftekhim LLC
  production of liquefied gases: propane, isobutane, n-butane, isopentane, n-pentane, hexane;
production of monomers for the manufacture of synthetic rubbers, butadiene, isobutylene;
production of high-tech dopants to engine fuels (MTBE).
C Tolyattikauchuk LLC
  Synthetic rubbers: butadiene-alpha-methylstyrene, isoprene, bulyl rubber;
  MTBE, isoprene; high-octane dopant DVM, flotation reagent oxal Т-92; TIBA, catalyst; butane-butylene fraction; isopentane-isoamylene fraction;  polymer-polyol Lans, latex
The Company has six production facilities:
・copolymer rubbers with a production capacity of 92,800 tonnes per year;
・butyl rubber with a production capacity of 48,000 tonnes per year;
・butadiene with a production capacity of 60,000 tonnes per year and high-octane gasoline additive with a capacity of 35,000 tonnes per year;
・isoprene with a production capacity of 90,000 tonnes per year;
・isoprene rubbers with a production capacity of 60,000 tonnes per year;
・isobutylene-isobutane grade with a production capacity of 105,000 tonnes per year and isobutylene with a capacity of 40,000 tonnes per year.
A key part of the isoprene production is a capacity for the production of methyl tert-butyl ether (a high-octane additive to gasoline). The Company’s production capacity for ether is 75,000 tonnes per year. 

Tolyattikauchuk has commissioned a third butyl rubber separation line, expanding its production capacity from 48 ktpa to 53 ktpa.

D Novokuibyshevskaya Neftekhimicheskaya Companiya CJSC
  high-purity propane, isobutane, normal butane, isopentane, normal pentane, hexane fraction, paratertiary butylphenol, catalysts, diphenyl oxide.
E SIBUR-Neftekhim JSC
  manufacture and sale of chemical and petrochemical products; ethylene, propylene, benzol, heavy pyrolysis resin, butylene-butadiene fraction, fraction “С5-С9, ethylene oxide, ethylene glycols MEG, DEG,TEG, gaseous nitrogen, gaseous oxygen, liquid oxygen, polyethylene glycols, caustic, sodium hypochlorite, chlorine, hydrochloric acid, ethylene chlorohydrin, coagulants, dichlorethane, polyvinylchloride, linoleum, technical liquids, elastrons, pvc films, pvc footwear, pvc resin.
F Sibur-Volzhskiy JSC
  cord fabric, polyamide textile (textured, complex) threads, polyamide threads for technical goods, polyamide fiber and polyamide.
G Omsky Shinny Zavod JSC (in abbreviated form - Omskshina)
  heavy truck tires.
H Voronezhsintezkauchuk JSC
  synthetic rubbers: butadiene styrene, butadiene, butadiene nitrile, thermoelastolayers, latexes.

The Company’s production of SBS has a capacity of 35,000 tonnes per year.
The production capacity of butadiene-styrene rubbers is 30,000 tonnes per year.

I Azot JSC, Kemerovo
  camprolactam (chrystal and liquid), ammonia marketable, carbamide, ammonium nitrate, sulfonamide ≪Ц≫, diaphen ≪ФП≫, ion-exchane resins, ammonium carbonate.
J SiburTyumenGaz JSC
  liquefied gases, dry stripped gas, wide fraction of light hydrocarbons (WFLH).
K Uralorgsintez JSC
  liquefied gases, wide fraction of light hydrocarbons (WFLH), methyl-tret-butyl ether (MTBE), benzol, isobutylene, methanol, polybutene oils.
L Sibur-Khimprom CJSC
  wide fraction of light hydrocarbons (WFLH), benzol, propylene, methanol, isobutane, normal butane, industrial butane, methyl-tret-butyl ether (MTBE), ethylbenzol, butyl alcohols, stable gasoline.

The companies which formed in 2000 the SIBUR-KHIMPROM petrochemical complex, the largest in the Western Urals, are well-known in the countrys industry. The OJSC Stirol(styrene), part of the Association, is Russias leading producer of starting material for making high-quality rubber, polystyrene, sanpolymers and structural plastics. The programme for retooling the enterprise provides for a staged increase in the output of styrene of the top grade from 40 to 110 thousand tons per annum. In 1999 the plant added to its product range methyltributyl ester (a fuel additive permitting reducing harmful vehicle atmospheric emissions); its main user is the company LUKOIL. The OJSC Plant of Butyl Alcohols, a second member of the holding, puts on the market 70 per cent of all Russian 2-ethylhexanol the bulk of which goes into production of diactylphthalate widely used in cable production and shoe-making. The plant develops new chemical products, creates and markets products necessary for production of fuel oils and in the paint & varnish industry. The OJSC Perm Gas Processing Works completely provided its partners in the holding with petrochemical starting material and delivers gas for household uses to many regions of Russia, to the CIS countries and farther abroad. The company produces over 500 thousand tons of liquified gas and is the countrys second largest gas producer. Its product range includes scores of other petrochemical items. In October, 2000 the CJSC Sibur-Khimpromwas a winner in the contest Russias Best Enterprises in the 21st Century.

M JV Belneftekhim-Sibur CJSC
  granulated material polyethylene terephthalate for bottle manufacture.
O Plastic JSC
  ABC-plastic, styrenes, polystyrenes, phenoplast, polyethylene film, plastic articles.
P Krasnoyarsky Zavod Sinteticheskogo Kauchuka JSC
  Butadiene nitrile synthetic rubbers.
Total capacity of 36,500 tonnes per year, as well as production lines for powdered butadiene-nitrile rubber with a capacity of 500 kg per hour.

Sibur-Sinopec Rubber Holding Company Limited is a joint venture between SIBUR and China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec Corp.) developed on the site of the Krasnoyarsk Synthetic Rubber Plant (KZSK) to produce nitrile butadiene rubbers. SIBUR owns 74.99% of the JV.
Q Voltyre-Prom JSC
  A wide assortment of tires.
R Kauchuk JSC
  Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE).
S Orton JSC, Kemerovo
  Various technical fabrics
(a) Uralsky Shinny Zavod LLC
  passenger car tires, light truck tires, motorcycle tires, industrial tires (including massive tires and "Superelastic" tires).
(b) Sibur-Geotextile LLC
  a wide assortment of needle-punctured and thermobound materials Agrotex, Geotex and Paroizol.
(c) Volzhsky Azotno-Kislorodny Zavod JSC
  Production of gaseous nitrogen, oxygen, compressed air, and industrial water for chemical production complex needs.
(d) Saransky Zavod Rezinotechnika JSC
  molded articles, extrusion profiles, hoses, belts, various-purpose glues, conveyer belts, and confection agglutinated goods.


2007/1/30 Platts

Gazprombank mulls sale of stake in petchem unit Sibur

Russia's Gazprombank was planning to sell its stake in petrochemicals business
Sibur, business daily Vedomosti reported Tuesday, citing a Eurobond prospectus. http://www.knak.jp/others/russia-jsc-sibur.htm
The report said Gazprombank could sell its stake of 75% minus one share in Sibur to an investor. Gazprombank may also consider listing the shares, Vedomosti said. The remaining stake in Sibur of 25% plus one share is owned by Gazprom, Vedomosti said.
Gazprombank would not comment on the report.
According to Vedomosti, Gazprombank itself is currently 42%-owned by Gazprom, after Gazprom cut its share in the bank last year. This figure could not be immediately confirmed by either company.

Gazprom completes move to fully divest petchems business Sibur


平成20415日 東洋エンジニアリング


東洋エンジニアリング株式会社(TEC、取締役社長 山田 豊)は、伊藤忠商事株式会社(取締役社長 小林栄三)と協力し、当社の韓国現地法人であるトーヨーコリア社(
Toyo-Korea、取締役社長 菅屋直樹)とともに、ロシア連邦シブール Sibur-Khimprom CJSC (Perm)社がペルミ Perm市に建設を計画する22万トンのエチルベンゼン(EB)生産設備をこのたび受注いたしました。本プロジェクトには米バジャー社の技術が採用されており、Toyo-KoreaとTECは基本設計、詳細設計、機器調達及び工事テクニカルアドバイザリーサービスを実施し、プラントの完成は2010年末を予定しています。


The ethylbenzene plant is a part of SIBUR's investment plans, which include the construction of a 150,000 mt/year expandable polystyrene facility, and the expansion of its ethylene production facility.
SIBUR has a long-term investment program consisting of a series of projects, aimed at increasing its local market share as well as expanding its exports.
SIBUR plans to expand its
ethylene production capacity in the Nizhny Novgorod region to 360,000 mt/year by the end of 2010. Its steam cracker there currently has the capacity to produce 240,000 mt/year of ethylene.


April 11, 2008 SIBUR

SIBUR Selects Engineering Company for Construction of Ethyl Benzene Plant in Perm   

Sibur-Khimprom CJSC (Perm) has signed a contract with Korean company TOYO for engineering, procurement and installation support for a planned new ethyl benzene plant with a capacity of 220,000 tonnes per annum (tpa). The facility is expected to come on stream in late 2010.

In 2007, US company Badger Licensing LLC was selected as licensor and designer of the new plant. It will use the most up-to-date technology based on zeolite catalysts, thereby completely eliminating atmospheric emissions of hydrogen chloride and aromatic hydrocarbons, as well as contamination of effluent by chlorides, aluminium salts and phenols.

The new ethyl benzene facility will supply feedstock for the planned increase in styrene and polystyrene production at the company's plants. Sibur-Khimprom, in particular, plans to renovate its styrene facility, boosting production capacity from 100,000 to 135,000 tpa, and to build a new 50,000 tpa polystyrene plant that will be expanded in future to 100,000 tpa. 

Technology developed by the Norwegian company Sunpor Technology S.A. will be used at the EPS production facility. 

July 30, 2008 SIBUR

SIBURs Tobolsk Polypropylene Plant Enters Construction Phase

Today the President of SIBUR, Dmitriy Konov, and the Deputy Governor of Tyumen Region, Aleksandr Moor, took part in the openning ceremony of the construction site of the future polypropylene plant in Tobolsk.

Launch of the new plant is scheduled for 2011. It will be the largest such facility in the world with
a design capacity of 500,000 t of polypropylene per year.

Project Timeline

April 2006 SIBUR creates fully-owned subsidiary LLC Tobolsk-Polimerto handle the project.
January 2007 SIBUR selects US company Fluor (Project Management Company) as project manager.
February 2007 SIBUR signs agreement with Government of Tyumen Region on joint construction of housing partly intended for builders and staff of the new plant.
August 2007 SIBUR and project manager FLUOR jointly select proprietary technologies: UOP (US) and INEOS (US).
August 2007 Government of Tyumen Region and LLC Tobolsk-Polimersign investment agreement on state support for the project.
December 2007 SIBUR selects Italian company Tecnimont S.p.A and German company Linde-KCA-Dresden as contractors for front-end design, equipment supply and construction management.
June 2008 The people of Tobolsk give their support to the project at a public hearing.
2007/7/6 Solvay、ロシアでワールドクラスの塩ビJV Sibur
2008/4/21 東洋エンジニアリング、ロシア向けエチルベンゼン生産設備を受注 Sibur


August 6 2007 ICIS news

Sibur picks UOP and INEOS processes for Tobolsk

UOP propane dehydrogenation technology and INEOS (Innovene) polypropylene (PP) technology will be used at the Tobolsk-Polymer complex in Russias Tyumen region, Sibur said on Monday.

The company says its planned 510,000 tone/year PDH unit with gas producer Novatek will be the worlds largest. The project includes a world-scale 500,000 tonne/year PP unit.

The 100% Sibur-owned subsidiary Tobolsk-Polymer was created in April 2006 to develop the project and engineering contractors Fluor were chosen in January 2007 to manage the project which was given the go-ahead from Tyumen regional authorities in February.

Sibur currently can produce 110,000 tonne a year of PP.

The first-phased Tobolsk project is planned to be on-stream y the end of 2010, Sibur chief executive, Dmitry Konov, said at the beginning of July. Siburs second phase plans for Tobolsk include elfins, PP and polyethylene capacity additions.

At the beginning of 2006 the Board of Directors of SIBUR Holding JSC decided to establish a 100 per cent subsidiary, Tobolsk-Polymer LLC in the city of Tobolsk. This company focuses on the supervision and construction of production facilities for liquefied gas processing at the production site of Tobolsk-Neftekhim LLC.
A Declaration of Intensions to construct a propylene and polypropylene production site with a capacity of 500 KTA of polypropylene was forwarded and approved by the local authorities.

Tobolsk-Neftekhim JSC

A modern plant designed for processing of NGLs and comprising:

INEOS Technologies signs further agreement with Sibur LLC

Sibur LLC has selected INEOS' Innovene PP Process for a new 200,000 tpa polypropylene plant to be constructed at the production site of
Tomskneftekhim LLC, Tomsk, Russian Federation.

This will be Sibur's second polypropylene plant using INEOS process technology. Previously, Sibur used INEOS
Innovene polypropylene process technology for a proposed 500,000 tonne/year PP plant at Tobolsk, Russia.


Tatneft to acquire Sibur's synthetic rubber facilities

Sibur and Tatneft signed a letter of intent with respect to Togliatti-based petrochemical facilities.

Under the deal, Sibur plans to sell and Tatneft plans to acquire certain production and other assets that are currently registered in the name of Sibur Togliatti and Togliattisintez legal entities.

The assets include production facilities for various types of synthetic rubber used by Russia’s and the world’s leading tire manufacturers, for MTBE (high-octane fuel component), butadiene, isoprene and other intermediates, as well as infrastructure of the industrial park accommodating a number of chemical and other technological companies.

For Tatneft, the acquisition is an opportunity to strengthen the vertical integration of its Kama Tyres business and increase its value.

After the acquisition, Tatneft intends to further develop the assets in line with its gas and petrochemical strategy.

Sibur, with its focus on establishing and developing global scale production of basic polymers, high-potential medium-tonnage products and premium special chemicals, will continue to cooperate with the Togliatti-based companies as partners.

The deal is expected to be closed by the end of 2019, including all corporate procedures, antitrust approvals and other statutory formalities.