Operation

Transneft Urals, JSC carries out intake, storage and transportation of oil and oil products across the territory of eight constituent entities of the Russian Federation.

The joint-stock company operates 10,700 kilometers of oil and oil products pipelines, 41 pump stations and 68 main pump stations, over 230 tanks with the total capacity of 2 million cubic meters, ensuring reliable transportation of oil and oil products.

To ensure trouble-free operation of the system of trunk oil and oil products pipelines, Transneft Urals, JSC, includes the following operation subdivisions: Tuymazy (1947), Chelyabinsk (1956), Arlan (1964), Cherkassy (1970) and Kurgan (1973) oil pipeline departments, the Ufa Production Directorate, the Eastern Production Directorate, as well as the Specialized Department for Emergency Prevention and Response (SDEPR) (1974), the Security Service (2002) and the North Kazakhstan Representative Office (2003).

Transneft Urals, JSC, receives oil from consignors (producers) of oil and cooperating entities of the Transneft, transports received oil via the system of oil trunk pipelines of Transneft Urals, JSC, delivers oil to oil refineries and cooperating entities of the Transneft.

The largest oil producers delivering oil to the system of oil trunk pipelines of Transneft Urals, JSC, include ANK Bashneft, JSC; LUKOIL PERM, LLC incorporated in LUKOIL, JSC; Belkamneft, LLC incorporated in RussNeft Oil Company, OJSC; Orenburgneft, JSC incorporated in TNK-BP Holding, JSC. Oil is received from producers at seven crude oil delivery and acceptance points owned by oil producers and located in the territory of the Perm Territory and the Republic of Bashkortostan.

Transneft Urals, JSC also receives oil from cooperating entities of the Transneft: Transneft Western Siberia, JSC, and Transneft Siberia, JSC, at two crude oil delivery and acceptance points owned by cooperating entities of the Transneft and located in the territory of the Omsk and Tyumen Regions.

Oil is delivered at five oil refineries: Ufa NPZ, JSC; Novo-Ufimsky NPZ, JSC; Ufaneftekhim, JSC; Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat, JSC; Orsknefteorgsintez, JSC at three crude oil delivery and acceptance points owned by Transneft Urals, JSC and located in the territory of the Republic of Bashkortostan and the Orenburg Region, and also three cooperating entities of the Transneft: Severo-Zapadnye Magistralnye Nefteprovody, JSC; Transneft Volga Region, JSC; Transneft Western Siberia, JSC, at two crude oil delivery and acceptance points located in the territory of the Kurgan Region and the Republic of Bashkortostan.

Transneft Urals, JSC, also receives and delivers Russian oil across the border of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan via the TON-2 oil trunk pipeline. Oil is transported via the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan by KazTransOil, JSC (Kazakhstan).

In 2013, Transneft Urals, JSC became the sole shareholder and sole executive body of Uraltransnefteprodukt, JSC. On September 30, 2014, Transneft Urals, JSC was restructured by taking over Uraltransnefteprodukt, JSC. At present, Transneft Urals, JSC controls transportation of oil products via the system of trunk oil product pipelines with the total length of about 5,000 kilometers.

Steady transportation of oil products via 10 trunk oil product pipelines is ensured by 18 pumping stations, five loading stations and truck terminals, a tank battery with a capacity of 500 thousand cubic meters.