Petrochemistry. Catalogue with full description of products (PDF, 12 MB)


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  • Industrial 2-ethylhexanol
  • Petroleum Benzene
  • Industrial Diethylbenzene
  • Still Residue of Phthalic Anhydride Production
  • Still Residue of Benzene Rectification (KORB)
  • Still Residue of Styrene Rectification (KORS)
  • DOP Plasticizer
  • General Purpose Polystyrene PSM-E
  • Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE)
  • High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE — SNOLEN)
  • Solvent. Still Residue of Butanol Rectification
  • Solvent. Heavy Product of 2-Ethylhexanol Rectification
  • Solvent. Light N-Butanol Distillate
  • Heavy Pyrolysis Residue
  • Industrial Isobutyl Alcohol
  • Styrene. SDEB Grade
  • Butylene-Butadiene Fraction
  • Pentane-Isoprenecyclopentadiene Fraction
  • Ethylene


Petrochemistry is one of the main directions of Gazprom neftekhim Salavat development.

The Company’s petrochemical sector comprises Monomer Plant with its ethylene/propylene facilities, plastics production units and alcohols and plasticizers production units.

According to its corporate strategy, Gazprom neftekhim Salavat adds value to its petrochemical sector by expanding its production range, increasing production and diminishing operating costs. For further development of the Company, it is planned to increase the HDPE unit capacity and the EP-340 pyrolysis unit capacity up to 380 tsd. t/y, and to construct a new Acrylic Acid and Acrylates Production Complex.

Message for customers

March 31, 2021

We inform you on results of SNOLEN EP 0.26/51N (natural) tube grade testing as per STO 00203521-001-2009 with rev. 1–3 produced by Gazprom neftekhim Salavat LLC and tested in Exova Materials Technology AB, one of the biggest independent accredited test laboratories, now renamed as Element Materials Technology and recommended by Basell Polyolefine GmbH, the Hostalen technology licensor (workshop No. 20, Monomer plant) according to which the classification of minimum required strength (MRS) is 10 MPa and so that it is defined as PE 100 as per GOST ISO 12162–2017.

Statement of ElementMaterials Technology (PDF, 95 KB)