Sustained growth from existing assets and completion of new facilities and infrastructure to enhance the company’s global growth and leadership potential:
This included the launch of Tobolsk-Polymer, RusVinyl, the Purovsk-Tobolsk pipeline and other projects. At the end of 2014, SIBUR began work on the largest investment project ever undertaken in the Soviet and Russian petrochemical industry — the ZapSibNeftekhim complex.
In 2013, SIBUR's major shareholders reduced their total share in the company to 82.5%, and the current and former chief executives increased their share to 17.5%. In 2014, the business founded and owned by Deputy Chairman of SIBUR's Management Board Kirill Shamalov acquired the 17% previously beneficially owned by Gennady Timchenko. SIBUR’s main shareholders as of September 5, 2014 are: Leonid Mikhelson - 50.2% Kirill Shamalov - 21.3%, Gennady Timchenko - 15.3%, and SIBUR's current and former management (except Kirill Shamalov's share) - 13.2%.
In December 2015, Sinopec completed the acquisition of a 10% stake in SIBUR as a strategic investor.