Production and Development

The Company managed to make a solid contribution to a new Russian post-soviet oil production record (560.3 mln tons) by the achievement of the 2019 planned production volume. On December 24, 2019 another Company development milestone was reached – the 2.5th billion ton of liquids was produced.    
In 2019 liquids production made 4.67 mln bpd (230.2 mtpa, 81% from the total hydrocarbons production).
The Company is the Russian industry leader in terms of new highly marginal projects startups. The overall 2019 liquids production from the new projects, started since 2016 made 18.9 mln tons (384 K bpd), which is 27% higher than that in 2018. The projects share increased up to 8% in the total 2019 liquids production.
Rosneft also pays much attention to brownfield development – a historic daily production record exceeding 198 Ktpd was achieved in 2019 at OOO "YURGAUS", the largest Company asset. The production decline trend of Samotlor field (average 5% annual reduction till 2018) was changed due to investment incentives. In 2018-2019 the Company production dropped only by 1% and reached 18.4 mln tons by the year end. Production trend is also changed in OOO "YURGAUS" and resulted in 17% increase and about 7 mln tons of production.  

Jet A-1

JET A-1 is an aviation fuel formerly known as "kerosene" which is suitable for most jet aircraft. It meets stringent international requirements, particularly those of the latest versions of the AFQRJOS, the British DEF STAN 91-91 standard, the ASTM D1655 standard, and the NATO F-35 specification.

Jet Fuel


Jet fuel is typically a colorless or straw-colored liquid with the two most widely used categories being Jet A and Jet A-1. The main difference between the two is the freeze point.

Virgin Fuel Oil (D6)

D6 Virgin Fuel Oil is also being known as Residual Fuel Oil and is of high–viscosity. This particular fuel oil requires preheating to 220–260ºF (= 104, 44–126, 66°C).D6 is mostly used for generators. Recent changes in fuel quality regulation now require further refining of the D6 in order to remove the sulfur, which leads to a higher cost.

Gasoil EN590-2009 10PPM


EN590 describes the physical properties that all automotive diesel fuel must meet if it is to be sold in the European Union, Croatia, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.