12 MARCH 2018
Tobolsk plant will double Sibur revenue

Meanwhile, final investment decision on Amur gas-chemical project is expected in 2020

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20 MARCH 2017
Sibur in early stages of considering green bond – CFO interview

The company's preliminary research indicated that while a green bond would not be expected to warrant a premium in terms of price, there are additional resources that need to be spent to have the bond recognised as green.

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17 MARCH 2017
Sibur: New projects will change petchem dynamics in Russia

Sibur will help change the dynamics of the industry in the next two years when its flagship $9.5 billion ZapSibNeftekhim project comes on line at Tobolsk.

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18 NOVEMBER 2016
Market dynamics buoy Sibur rubber business

Sibur’s synthetic rubber segment has posted strong results for the first nine months of 2016, with sales showing an 11.4% rise at 29.6 billion ruble (€427 million).

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08 NOVEMBER 2016 |
PP portfolio grouped under new Sibex brand name / Speciality and phthalate-free types
Sibur has reorganised and expanded its PP portfolio under a new brand name, Sibex.
07 APRIL 2016 | ICIS News
SIBUR's earnings up 32% in 2015 on expansions
SIBUR's earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) rose 32% year on year in 2015 on the back of capacity additions and increasing sales
28 JULY 2015 | Chemical Week | Natasha Alperowicz
Gazprom to build major gas plant and the world's largest helium facility in the
Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk, a member of Gazprom (Moscow), and the SIBUR subsidiary Nipigaz have agreed to form a partnership to design and manage the construction of a major gas processing plant (GPP) in the Far East of the Russian
04 JULY 2015
Expansion the only way Russia can compete: Sibur chief
Russia's petrochemical business is too small and its plants outdated and not specialized enough--but it can tackle much bigger projects, take advantage of natural resources and geography and become globally competitive, said Dmitry Konov, president of Sibur, Russia's largest petrochemical company.
02 MAY 2015 | Plastics Information Europe
Chinaplas exclusive: PIE speaks to SIBUR’s Managing Director – Head of Basic Polymers Division Sergey Komyshan
During the recent Chinaplas industry fair (, PIE had the opportunity to sit down for an exclusive interview with Sergey Komyshan, SIBUR’s managing director (Moscow / Russia; – Head of Basic Polymers business unit. Aside from future investment plans, the discussion also included the latest developments on the proposed ZapSibNeftekhim project as well as the impact of the Ukraine crisis on SIBUR’s operations.
20 APRIL 2015 | International Financials Review
Sibur finds alternative to Western bank loans
Russia’s largest petrochemicals and gas processing company Sibur has met all its financing needs for the next 18 months, despite being effectively shut out of the Western international loan market for over a year, CFO Pavel Malyi said in an interview in London last week.
19 APRIL 2015 | ICIS news
Russia demand stronger than expected in Q1 – SIBUR
First-quarter Russian demand was stronger than expected for local petrochemicals producer SIBUR, despite higher buying by some end users the previous quarter on the back of the sharp devaluation of the rouble, CEO Dmitry Konov said
20 FEBRUARY 2015 | Plastics Information Europe
The rouble depreciation: Long-term contracts offer shelter / Sergey Komyshan, head of Sibur's Basic Polymers
The rouble’s depreciation is having a dual effect on the Russian polymer market. While the falling rouble has led to a partial shrinking of internal market capacity and, as a result, boosted exports in some cases, the weakening currency is also facilitating import substitution, both of granulated or end products.
14 FEBRUARY 2015 | ICIS Chemical Business | Elaine Burridge, Sarah Trinder
Sibur brings new unit on stream
Russia’s Sibur has started operating a unit for cleaning methanol from propane fraction, allowing it to produce propane in line with European quality standards. In the EU, the amount of methanol that remains when propane becomes a finished product is subject to regulations whereby content should not exceed 2,000 parts per million (ppm).
27 JANUARY 2015 | Reuters | Dmitry Zhdannikov
Sibur expects fall in demand as Russia slowdown hits cars, construction
Russian petrochemical firm Sibur expects a drop in demand for its products from the construction and auto sectors as the country's economy slows, its chief executive told Reuters.