ForteInvest (ForteInvest JSC) was founded in February 2011. The Company is one of the largest independent oil companies in Russia.
ForteInvest is dynamically developing in the conditions of the modern sales market. It is a permanent participant in exchange trading on the Saint Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange, and strives to achieve strategic success in its activities.
ForteInvest annually invests large amounts in production development. The Company is the main shareholder and partner of the Orsknefteorgsintez refinery. Together with the refinery, ForteInvest participates in the reconstruction of the existing production capacities and the creation of new facilities.
The most significant facilities include: an on-site petroleum product loading plant,
a light naphtha isomerization unit, a sludge visbreaking unit, a hydrogen unit,
a sulfur plant with a granulation unit, and an HCU complex.
The upgrade program planned for 2012 to 2013 allowed the enterprise
to become one of the most authoritative and dynamically developing enterprises
in our country. Based on the upgrade results, the refining depth at the Orsk Refinery
increased from 59% to 88%, and the yield of light petroleum products is more than 80% vs. 49% in 2012.
The following three producing enterprises are among the assets of ForteInvest: Preobrazhenskneft, Geoprogress and Oilgaztet. The enterprises operate in 5 license areas and 7 fields in the Orenburg Region. The total volume of the current reserves of the Orenburg unit of ForteInvest as of 2019 is 49,035 thousand tons (categories A+B1+B2 and C1+C2).
ForteInvest collaborates with ForteInvest AG in order to work with clients from the Western part. ForteInvest Asia is a subsidiary company, which operates in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Directions of supplies of petroleum products
Orsknefteorgsintez PJSC is the only oil refinery in the Orenburg region, its design capacity is 6 million tonns of oil per year. The Orsk oil refinery produces and ships more than 30 types of various products that are in demand on the domestic and foreign markets.
Subsidiaries of ForteInvest JSC (Preobrazhenskneft JSC, Oilgaztet JSC, Geoprogress LLC) engaged in exploration of raw hydrocarbons and their production in the Orenburg region
Passenger and freight trains move through the Tinguta station in the Volgograd region. Light oil products are transshipped from rail tank cars to the Transneft oil pipeline for subsequent transit to the port of Novorossiysk.
Tikhoretskaya is a railway station of the Krasnodar region of the North Caucasian railway. Freight trains move through the Tikhoretskaya station, there are receiving and departure tracks in the station's cargo parks for train stops. Here oil is transshipped from the main pipeline of Transneft to rail tank cars for its further shipment to the refinery.
Kavkaz is the second port in terms of cargo turnover in the Black Sea-Azov basin after Novorossiysk. Initially, Kavkaz was built to service the Kerch ferry crossing. In the 1990s - 2000s, the cargo turnover of the Kavkaz settlement increased significantly - terminals were built for transshipment of oil and chemical industries products for export abroad.
Taman is a seaport on the Taman Peninsula. Activities - transshipment of goods for export. The port has terminals for transshipment of the following cargo: oil and oil products, liquefied petroleum gases, ammonia, grain, coal, fertilizers, iron ore, sulfur, steel products, container cargo.
Novorossiysk is the largest port in Russia and the Black Sea, including passenger, cargo ports and an oil harbor. Highway junction and the terminal point of the railway line from Krasnodar.
ForteInvest AG is a related company that works with European partners of ForteInvest JSC