Оргнефтехим-Холдинг
Alexander A. Babynin

Alexander A. Babynin

General Director

Born in 1972.

In 1994 graduated from Priazovsky State Technical University with a degree in Thermal physics, automation and ecology of thermal generating units in metallurgy.

Work experience

1994 – Environmental Engineer at NPP Donbassecology, city of Mariupol.
1995 – Process engineer of the second, the first category, lead engineer of PNU (Commissioning Department), OAO IPT Orgneftekhimzavody, Moscow.
2003 – Deputy Chief Engineer for Production, OJSC Nizhnekamskiy NPZ, Nizhnekamsk.
2005 – Chief Engineer, Refinery of CJSC TAIF-NK, Nizhnekamsk.
2006 – Deputy General Director for Production, CJSC TAIF-NK, Nizhnekamsk. 
2006 – General Director, PSC TAIF-NK, Nizhnekamsk.
Since December 2011 – Director, ООО INKO-TEK, Nizhnekamsk.
Since 2012 concurrently General Director of OOO Orgneftkhim-Holding, Moscow.

Awards

In 2006, awarded the title of Honored Chemist of the Republic of Tatarstan.
Prizewinner of the republican competition “Manager of the Year” in the nomination “For Improvement of Competitiveness” (2006, 2012).
In 2008, Recipient of the State Prize of the Republic of Tatarstan in science and engineering for scientific paper “Development and Implementation of a One-Stage Process of Sulfur Compound (H2S, RSH,COS, CS2) Removal from Light Hydrocarbon Feedstock”.
In 2008, awarded the prize of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Russian Federation in the nomination “Environmental Efficiency of Economy” for project “Establishment of a Modern Oil Refining Complex Producing and Selling Motor Vehicle Fuels Meeting Euro IV International Standards”.
In 2009, awarded the State Prize of the Russian Federation in science and engineering for development of a catalytic cracking process – Hydrotreating of sulfurous feedstock and development of a large-scale industrial production of high-octane motor gasoline on its basis.
In 2010, awarded a medal of the RF Ministry for Emergency Situations “For Cooperation between Rescue Services” for the personal contribution to the development and improvement of emergency response activities and high professionalism.