OMV produces and markets oil and gas, innovative energy, and high-end petrochemical solutions – in a responsible way. OMV has a balanced international Upstream portfolio, while its Downstream businesses feature European and Middle Eastern footprints. In 2019, Group sales amounted to EUR 23 bn. With a year-end market capitalization of around EUR 16.4 bn, OMV is one of Austria’s largest listed industrial companies. The majority of OMV’s roughly 20,000 employees work at its integrated European sites.
In the Upstream Business Segment, OMV focuses on the exploration, development, and production of oil and gas in its five core regions of Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the North Sea, Russia, and Asia-Pacific. At the end of 2019, OMV had proven reserves (1P) of 1.33 bn boe and proven and probable reserves (2P) of 2.38 bn boe. The Reserve Replacement Rate (RRR) was 135% in 2019. Daily production was 487 kboe/d in 2019 (2018: 427 kboe/d), which equals a total production of 178 mn boe. While gas production accounted for 57% of production, oil amounted to 43%.
The Downstream Business Segment consists of the Downstream Oil and the Downstream Gas businesses. Downstream Oil operates three refineries in Europe: Schwechat (Austria) and Burghausen (Germany), both of which feature integrated petrochemical production, and the Petrobrazi refinery (Romania). In addition OMV holds a 15% share in ADNOC Refining, which operates the world-class Ruwais refinery in the United Arab Emirates, among other assets. Globally OMV’s total annual processing capacity amounts to 24.9 mn t. The total refined product sales were 20.94 mn t in 2019 (2018: 20.26 mn t). The retail network consists of around 2,100 filling stations in ten countries with a strong multi-brand market portfolio. Furthermore, OMV holds a 36% interest in Borealis, one of the world’s largest plastics producers.
In Downstream Gas, the natural gas sales volume was 136.7 TWh in 2019 (2018: 113.8 TWh). OMV owns gas storage facilities with a capacity of 30 TWh and a 51% share in Gas Connect Austria, which operates a 900 km natural gas pipeline network. The Central European Gas Hub (CEGH), in which OMV holds a 65% share is a well-established gas-trading platform. The node in Baumgarten (Austria) is Central Europe’s largest entry and distribution point for Russian gas. In addition, OMV operates a gas-fired power plant in Romania.