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OMV is currently constructing a demo plant based on its proprietary ReOil® technology which will turn plastic waste, not fit for mechanical recycling, into valuable resources. In addition, Borealis has a controlling stake in Renasci, a Belgian provider of innovative recycling solutions.
OMV operates three refineries in Europe and holds a 15% share in ADNOC Refining in the UAE, where it processes sustainable and fossil-based feedstocks into a wide range of refined products.
Base chemicals are produced at five major sites in Europe and at the joint ventures of Borealis, Borouge and Baystar. Most of the base chemicals are processed internally into polyolefins.
Borealis runs four mechanical recycling plants in Austria and Germany, where plastic waste is processed into high quality recyclate.
Through Borealis, OMV is one of the largest polyolefin (polyethylene and polypropylene) producers in Europe and among the top ten producers globally, serving customers in more than 120 countries.
Through Borealis, OMV provides innovative and value creating plastics solutions to five end-use industries:
OMV sells its refined products via several retail filling station brands and also serves a large base of commercial customers.
Crude oil and NGL are marketed on global markets, while Austrian and Romanian production is predominantely supplied to OMV’s refineries.
OMV markets natural gas, from equity production and third-party supply, in several European countries.
OMV Petrom is a licensed power supplier in Romania and offers solutions for the electricity supply to end customers.
In Romania, OMV Petrom produces electricity in a gas-fired combined-cycle power plant.
OMV runs natural gas storage facilities, which are well connected to the pipeline grid and in the vicinity of important urban areas of consumption.
OMV markets and trades crude oil, natural gas, and refined products on global markets, with a focus on securing supply and generating value.
OMV explores, develops, and produces hydrocarbons (crude oil, natural gas and NGL).
OMV is utilizing renewable energy, such as photovoltaic, primarily for powering its own operations, and plans to build up a renewable energy portfolio with a strong focus on geothermal energy.
OMV aims to further increase its use of circular resources such as bio-feedstocks, for example waste and residue streams, as well as cultivated algea, plastic waste, and green hydrogen. Furthermore, OMV is also actively looking into synthetic fuels and feedstocks based on CO2.