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1956 – 19671967 – 19911991 – 2010 2011 – now
1956 –


In October 1956, a decision was made to build a full-cycle facility on the Lower Kama for large-scale production of various synthetic rubbers and latexes, as well as monomers used in their manufacturing. The area near the production facility became home to a settlement, and later, the city of Nizhnekamsk. In 1967, the facility made its first batch of products.

1967 –

Soviet times

Starting 1970, the Nizhnekamsk Petrochemical Plant had been laucnhing new monomer and polymer production lines every year. In 1980s, the facility began producing ethylene oxide, propylene and styrene oxide, polyether, butadiene (manufactured using oxidative dehydrogenation), propylene trimers, alkylphenol, etc. In 1991, Nizhnekamskneftekhim came under the jurisdiction of the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.

1991 –

Post-Soviet times

Despite the challenges of 1990s, the facility kept developing as it launched alpha-olefin and triethylaluminium production and upgraded production capacities. In 1993, the Company was reorganised into JSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim. In 2000s, the Company started to gradually implement projects aimed at launching the production of polystyrene, polypropylene, polyethylene and ABS plastics, neodymium and lithium catalyst based polybutadiene rubber, chlorinated and bromobutyl rubbers.

2011 –

Present-day history

On 13 November 2014, Nizhnekamskneftekhim went public by offering its shares in the stock market. In 2016, the Company commissioned the upgraded normal alpha olefin production. In 2017, it launched the production of formaldehyde, isobutylene, as well as benzene separation and extraction. The Company started manufacturing oxyethylated products (MPEG, TPEG, NPEG) In 2021, it launched the production of next-gen rubbers (SSBR) and thermoplastic elastomers. The Company became a universal rubber producer covering the needs of all tyre manufacturers.

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