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Ukrainian Drones Targeting Russian Refineries: Situation Intensifies

Ukrainian Drones Targeting Russian Refineries: Situation Intensifies
Firefighters work to extinguish fire at a terminal belonging to Novatek, Russia's largest lique... Firefighters work to extinguish fire at a terminal belonging to Novatek, Russia's largest liquefied natural gas producer, in the port of Ust-Luga, Russia, January 21, 2024. Head of Administration of Kingiseppsky District of Leningrad Region Yuri Zapalatsky Telegram channel via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES. MANDATORY CREDIT.
Ukrainian Drones Targeting Russian Refineries: Situation Intensifies
Firefighters work to extinguish fire at a terminal belonging to Novatek, Russia's largest lique... Firefighters work to extinguish fire at a terminal belonging to Novatek, Russia's largest liquefied natural gas producer, in the port of Ust-Luga, Russia, January 21, 2024. Head of Administration of Kingiseppsky District of Leningrad Region Yuri Zapalatsky Telegram channel via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES. MANDATORY CREDIT.

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Ukrainian Drones Targeting Russian Refineries: Situation Intensifies

Several refineries in Russia have been targeted by Ukrainian drone attacks, resulting in significant damage and disruption to their operations. Here are the details of the affected refineries, the damage they sustained, and their production:

  1. Kuibyshev Refinery:
    • Location: Near the city of Samara on the Volga river.
    • Owner: Rosneft.
    • Damage: The refinery experienced a fire on March 23 after a drone attack, leading to the engulfment of its primary oil refining unit.
    • Production: In 2021, it accounted for 1.34% of Russia’s total oil refining throughput, processing 3.687 million tons of crude oil. It produced gasoline, diesel, and fuel oil.
  2. Ryazan Refinery:
    • Location: Ryazan, owned by Rosneft.
    • Damage: The refinery was set ablaze on March 13 following a drone attack, resulting in damage to primary oil refining units.
    • Production: It refines about 12.7 million metric tons of Russian crude annually, contributing 5.8% to Russia’s total refined crude. It produces gasoline, diesel, and fuel oil.
  3. Novoshakhtinsk Refinery:
    • Location: Southern Rostov region.
    • Damage: The refinery suspended operations on March 13 after drones crashed onto the site.
    • Production: It processed around 96,000 barrels per day in 2023, primarily producing straight-run fractions for exports.
  4. NORSI Refinery:
    • Location: Near Nizhny Novgorod, owned by Lukoil.
    • Damage: A fire broke out after a drone attack, damaging the main crude distillation unit (AVT-6).
    • Production: It refines about 15.8 million tons of Russian crude annually, contributing 5.8% to total refined crude. It produces gasoline, diesel, fuel oil, and aviation fuel.
  5. Kirishi Refinery:
    • Location: Kirishi, owned by Surgutneftegaz.
    • Damage: A Ukrainian drone was destroyed near the refinery.
    • Production: It refines about 17.7 million tons of Russian crude annually, contributing 6.4% to total refined crude. It produces gasoline, diesel, fuel oil, and aviation fuel.
  6. Syzran Refinery:
    • Location: Controlled by Rosneft.
    • Damage: One of its two CDU units was damaged in a strike by Ukrainian drones.
    • Production: It has a capacity of 8.5 million metric tons of crude oil per year, but its actual runs have been lower. It produced gasoline and diesel fuel in 2023.
  7. Slavyansk Refinery:
    • Location: Southern Krasnodar region.
    • Damage: The refinery caught fire after a drone attack on March 18.
    • Production: A private plant with a capacity of 4 million metric tons of oil per year.
  8. Kaluga Refinery:
    • Location: Kaluga region south of Moscow.
    • Damage: The refinery was attacked with drones on March 15.
    • Production: It has a capacity of 1.2 million tons per year.

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