December 14, 2011
Antipinsky Oil Refinery Included in the Development Strategy for the Urals Federal District
Investments in the Tyumen Region’s industry grew at outstripping rates over the recent years. This fact was stated by deputy director of the finance department of the Tyumen Region Svetlana Buzhan at the meeting convened by Aleksandr Sidorov, deputy plenipotentiary representative of the Russian president in the Urals Federal District.
According to her the share of industrial production in the total volume of investments grew from 25.7% in 2006 to 41.4% in 2010, and the share of the processing industry increased more than twice. The government of the Tyumen Region maintains close business relationships in the area of investment with such major companies as TNK-BP, Sibur Holding, Antipinsky Oil Refinery, Shlumberger, Bentec, UGMK-Stal, Tyumenstalmost, Yalutorovsky Construction Materials Plant, Tyumen Plywood Manufacturing Plant, Knauf Insulation, Baker Hughes. Hence, the index of industrial production amounted to 127.9% according to the results of 2010 and to 117.8% over the January-October period in 2011.
According to the press office of the senior federal inspector in the Tyumen Region Svetlana Buzhan spoke about the concept of long-term social and economic development of the Tyumen Region for the period until 2020 and thereafter until 2030. Major projects included in the concept were entered in the list of investment projects for the social and economic development strategy of the Urals Federal District. Such projects include the development of Uvat oil fields, the construction of petrochemical facilities for the production of polypropylene in Tobolsk, the construction of the second and following phases of Antipinsky Oil Refinery, and the metallurgical plant for the production of rolled section steel in Tyumen.Vsluh.ru News Agency