Rosneft is Germany's third largest petroleum refinery company, processing roughly 12.5 million tons of crude oil per year; that's more than 12% of the Federal Republic of Germany's total processing capacity.
Rosneft Deutschland GmbH is both responsible for supplying refineries PCK, MiRO and Bayernoil with crude oil, as well as for the distribution of petroleum products. The three German refineries with Rosneft investment rank, technically, amongst the most modern facilities in Western Europe. The refineries' average conversion rate stands at 93%.
In the last three years, on average Rosneft was responsible for around one quarter of crude oil imports into Germany. Due to their experience, Rosneft supplies an efficient supply of oil, at a permanently high supply level. The Druzhba oil pipeline from Russia largely contributes to the PCK refinery in Schwedt/Oder.
The explicit aim of Rosneft is to maintain its competitive lead in the refining industry and to grow – through high reliability in daily operations, high processing and cost efficiency as well as through marketing petroleum products to a higher quality.