Rompetrol brand is strongly connected to the refining and petrochemicals activity in Romania, having a legacy of over 40 years in this field and keeping the local industry at high standards.

Rompetrol owns two out of four refineries in Romania, the excellence centers Petromidia refinery (Navodari city) and Vega refinery (Ploiesti city) as well as the Petrochemicals division, the sole producer of polymers in Romania.

These assets play a strategic role in the local industry and economy. Rompetrol is the biggest exporter of oil products and one of the biggest exporters of Romania.

From Euro 5 fuels, to unique and added value products as bitumen, solvents, Rompetrol covers the needs of a large variety of local and regional businesses.
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VEGA


The living history of the Romanian refining industry. The sole producer of normal hexane, bitumen and refined white spirit in Romania.


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PETROMIDIA


The largest Romanian refinery and one of the most modern refineries in South East Europe.

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PETROCHEMICALS UNIT

Rompetrol contributes to the diversity of the Romanian industry. The petrochemicals division within Petromidia refinery is the sole supplier of polymers.

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Contribution to energy security

Petromidia and Vega represent 44,6% of the local refining capacity and could deliver 70% of the current internal demand for fuels, since Petromidia has the highest yield of white products in the region (gasoline, diesel and jet fuel). Petromidia also has the second-largest reserve of oil and crude products in the regulated emergency stockpile.

To fully ensure energy security, a key element is the diversity of supply sources.

More than 1.4 billion USD were invested to develop the refining and petrochemicals units starting 2007, along with logistics infrastructure for crude oil supply and delivery of finished products in Romania and the Black Sea region.

Rompetrol operates since 2008 the offshore marine terminal, a state of art asset that is a viable, cost efficient alternative supply route with raw materials, having direct access to crude oil supplies from Kazakhstan.

Economic impact

Having most of our production assets in Romania, Rompetrol contributes annually by USD 1.2 billion to the local budget, being one of the largest taxpayers of the country.

We have a large network of suppliers and long-term business partners connected to all our refining and petrochemicals activities. It is a highly skilled and complex field and we are working together to further develop this industry that sustained economic development over the years.

Digital transformation

Petromidia platform has played an essential role in the digital journey of our company, fueled by the continuous desire to learn of our specialists.

The roots of what our assets are today are strongly connected to the professional development of some of our employees that are still working in the refinery, after 40 years.

Rompetrol started to use digital benefits in our daily operations since 2004, when DCS (Distributed Control System) was implemented to fully automate the technological processes from the refining and petrochemicals activity. 


We continue to be a local pioneer by launching a comprehensive digital transformation program by implementing Advanced Process Control (APC) system to our main units in Petromidia refinery. Pandemic has accelerated this trend that we were anticipating, but we believe the fourth industrial revolution – Industry 4.0 is a mandatory step for the Romanian crude oil processing business.


Environmental footprint

New market realities proved us that we need to be flexible enough to adapt to new market demands and trends.

Adoption of digital solutions, the use of artificial intelligence to optimize the activities, more rigorous control of the quality of the finished products help us moving forward and setting the ground for a sustainable development and diversification of the business.

In our efforts to balance the production outcome, minimize technological losses and eliminate accidental shutdowns in the industrial process, we continued to invest in the maintenance and continuous improvement of the integrated QHSE management system, with special focus on reducing the environmental footprint.

 

A series of dedicated projects have been implemented recently for  minimum environmental impact: 

Decrease emissions of sulphur dioxide

Petromidia refinery has a new modern liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) recovery unit, a unique project in Romania. The system ensures a substantial decrease of sulfur dioxide emissions, significantly below the limit imposed by the European Environment regulations. We are proud of this project that was designed, built and implemented by Romanian companies.

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Energy efficiency


The use of complex software (APC) at Petromidia aims not only at identifying optimal conditions for adapting the refining capacity to market demand, product quality improvement, but also reducing energy consumption and more effective control of key parameters.

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Energy saving



Vega refinery will modernize the thermal power plant, including the installation of a new steam boiler, produced in line with the highest standards. The objective is to increase the efficiency from 91%, at present, to about 96% and reducing the emissions resulting from the steam production process.

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Automated vapor recovery system


A fully automated vapor recovery unit was implemented at the auto and rail loading points in the Vega refinery. The vapor recovery unit complies with all the environmental requirements in the field of emissions of volatile organic compounds, resulting from the operations of loading and unloading of petroleum products in the automotive and rail ramps.

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Increase the degree of raw materials processed

This facility was implemented in the flow of the Delayed Coking in Petromidia plant, which will lead to an additional recovery of light gas oil. The reduction of the yield of heavy gas oil leads to the increase of raw materials processed in the Petromidia refinery and to a production of approximately 7 tons / hour of steam and, implicitly, to the reduction of the pressure on the system.

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Consolidated financial and operational results

Results 1st quarter 2022

Rompetrol Rafinare had a gross turnover of 1.17 billion dollars, up 16% from the same period last year. The increase was determined by the quotations for oil products higher than those of the first three months of 2021.

Despite the current market conditions, with dysfunctions in the supply of raw materials at regional level, the effect of unfavorable weather conditions in the Black Sea, as well as the technological shutdown of the Petromidia refinery, Rompetrol Rafinare honored, in the first quarter of the year, its previously agreed contractual obligations and continued uninterrupted deliveries of petroleum products, from its own stocks or with the support of the trading division of the KMG International Group.

Of the total production obtained in the first three months of 2022, 66% was destined for the domestic market, an increase compared to last year's share. The rest of the total oil products were exported to regional markets, where the company, through its efforts in the operational segment, supported the subsidiaries of KMG International Group, Rompetrol being the largest supplier of oil products in the Republic of Moldova and Georgia, but also with a presence significant market in Bulgaria.

Rompetrol Rafinare continued to be a major contributor to Romania's state budget, paying nearly 350 million dollars in the first quarter of 2022.

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Results 2021

Rompetrol Rafinare, a member company of the KMG International Group, managed to improve its financial indicators in 2021, amid a sales volume similar to the previous year, but also as a result of higher market quotations compared to similar periods from 2020.

However, the company's consolidated results were impacted by the shutdown of operational processes, caused by the technical incident that occurred on July 2, in the Diesel Hydrotreating Unit (HPM), an event that also affected other facilities in the Petromidia refinery.

In order to restart production activities, for over 80 days, extensive remediation works were carried out on the affected assets. The teams of Rompetrol Rafinare specialists, together with those from Rominserv and with the support of several companies with expertise, managed, in the 3rd quarter of 2021, to lead to the restart of the operational processes, and in the second half of October 2021, the facilities reached optimum operational efficiencies.

Rompetrol Rafinare continued to be a major contributor to Romania's state budget 1.63 billion dollars in 2021.


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