SIBUR is the leading petrochemical company in Russia and Eastern Europe covering the full industrial cycle from gas processing to manufacturing monomers, plastics and synthetic rubbers, and processing plastics.
In the Russian market, SIBUR processes more than the half of all associated petroleum gas and manufactures 34% of synthetic rubbers, 38% of HDPE, 27% of polypropylene, 65% of monoethylene glycols, 55% of butadiene, as well as a considerable number of other petrochemicals.
The Company fosters innovation in Russia, helping the country to reduce its dependency on raw materials. SIBUR Holding includes more than 20 companies which manufacture over 2,000 types of products.
SIBUR Holding's products are exported to 60 countries around the world. The Company’s growth strategy benefits from the stability provided by its close relationships with partners. SIBUR International Gesellschaft m.b.H., a subsidiary of SIBUR, delivers trading and logistical services to the Company and other manufacturers in the industry, and is engaged in the export and sale of petrochemical products from Russia to Europe and Asia. It also manages storage areas in ports around the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea where it receives, disposes and ships cargos.
Tobolsk-Polymer is one of the world's largest polypropylene manufacturing plants with an annual capacity of 500,000 tonnes. The use of technologies from Ineos and leading engineering company, Fluor, will make it possible to significantly increase the volumes of associated petroleum gas processing. The new plant will allow SIBUR to meet an ever-growing need for polypropylene. Tobolsk-Polymer's range of grades will enable entrance into all large-capacity segments of the world market.
Continued improvements in advanced manufacturing processes, environmental protection and industrial safety guarantee high environmental safety standards in the manufacturing complex. Process solutions implemented at Tobolsk-Polymer are the safest in the industry. The project is implemented under the supervision of leading international environmental organizations. An independent environmental audit of Tobolsk-Polymer confirmed that the project conforms to Russian environmental protection legislation and international environmental protection regulations.