DYM Resources speaks Argus Tatarstan Refining in March 2018

11.11.2021 Conference
DYM Resources speaks Argus Tatarstan Refining in March 2018

DYM Resources GmbH is confirmed as a speaker at Argus Tatarstan Refining, Trading and Logistics in Kazan during 21-23 March 2018.

Paper entitled “Base oils market overview. Changes in domestic consumption and export supplies. Analysis of global and Russian base oils trends” will be presented by DYM Resources’ base oils and slack wax director Denis Varaksin.

The event is sponsored by Taneco and Tatneft. Taneco has launched 80kt/year Group II and 100kt/year Group III unit in Nizhnekamsk in 2015. The refinery has exported around 80’000 tons of base oils in 2017 with majority of it going via Baltic ports to Europe.

Taneco refinery produces HVI-2 group II base oils with viscosity at 100 C at 2.5 cSt and VHVH-4 with viscosity around 4 cSt at 100C.

“Tatartsan is rapidly developing Russian oil product petrochemical hub, while Nizhnekamsk, where Taneco refinery is located, is capital of Russian Group III production. Will be interesting to learn how Taneco will adjust to growing completion from Gazpromneft and Rosneft” – Mr. Varaksin comments.

Russian base oils export increased by 35% during last two years after declining 40% in 2010-2015. Russia remains one of the world’s biggest Group I base oils producers despite closing down three base oils unit with combined capacity of 725’000 tons/year during last 8 years. Russian base oils market is dominated by Lukoil, Rosneft, Gazpromneft and Tatneft.

DYM Resources is trading firm focused on base oils from Russia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Europe. The company is dealing with Group I, Group II and Group III base oils. Our experienced logistics team delivers the product globally in bulk, flexi-containers, iso-containers, rail tank cars and trucks.

To have a meeting with DYM Resources base oils director please contact us though our web-page www.dymresources.com , email info@dymresources.com or visit our Facebook page.

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