Nizhnevartovskaya Thermal Power Plant

Location: Izluchinsk, Nizhnevartovsk District, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug

Installed power generation capacity: 2,013 MW

Nominal heat output: 758 Gcal/h

Main and backup fuel: associated gas from Belozerny and Nizhnevartovsk gas processing plants

Emergency fuel for heating and pilot boiler station: fuel oil

Start of operation: January 30, 1993

Chief Executive: Viktor Anatolyevich Larioshkin

Nizhnevartovskaya TPP is one of the largest suppliers of electricity in Ural Federal District originally built to serve oil and gas companies in Yugra, the largest district of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. The power plant also provides electricity and heat to citizens and businesses of Izluchinsk settlement. Nizhnevartovskaya TPP is one of the most environmentally friendly power plants and a highly automated operation.

After the first unit was launched in 1993, further construction was put on hold and resumed only in 2000 when investments were secured through the Russian Energy System Investment Program. Power Generation Unit 2 was launched on October 13, 2003.

In 2014, the third 413 MW Power generation unit was put into operation. The new power generation unit has unique steam and gas equipment that complies with the highest modern standards of environmental safety and energy-efficiency.

JSC Nizhnevartovskaya TPP is a fully owned subsidiary of NVGRES HOLDING LIMITED (NHL). JSC INTER RAO — Electric Power Plants owns 75% minus 1 share of NHL, and Rosneft owns the remaining 25% plus 1 share.


Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug — Yugra is located in Ural Federal District. Tyumen Oblast statutes define Yugra as a part of Tyumen Oblast and a federal subject of Russia. The administrative center of Yugra is Khanty-Mansiysk. Within Russia, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug is a leading region in industrial manufacturing, electricity generation, oil and gas production and capital investments, and a leading federal tax contributor. Yugra produced more than 10 billion tonnes of crude oil since the beginning of development of the West Siberian oil and gas province. Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug accounts for approximately 7% of global and more than half of Russian oil production.