Komsomolsk refinery, based in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, has been part of Rosneft since the Company’s establishment. The plant construction began in 1938 and was completed in 1942.
The refinery’s crude distillation capacity equals 8.0 mln tonnes (58.5 mln barrels) per year. Komsomolsk Refinery processes West Siberian crude, which is delivered via the Transneft pipeline and then by rail after reloading at the Uyar (near Krasnoyarsk) and Zuy (near Angarsk) rail junctions. The plant also processes crude oil coming from Rosneft’s Sakhalin fields via the Okha — Komsomolsk-on-Amur pipeline. The refinery specializes in the production of motor and jet fuels.
Komsomolsk Refinery is a key petroleum product supplier of the Russian Far East, where outputs are distributed by Rosneft’s major marketing subsidiary RN-Vostoknefteprodukt. In addition, petroleum products from the refinery are exported primarily to Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam via the third-party Vanino marine terminal in the Khabarovsk region as well as Rosneft’s Nakhodka terminal.