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Moscow’s energy infrastructure is one of the most extensive in the world, providing power to the 12.5 million people in the city. The Russian capital boasts a stable and reliable energy supply.

The existing capacity necessary for the rapid growth of the city means consumers enjoy a stable and uninterrupted energy supply and the energy requirements of promising urban programmes and infrastructure projects are met. It has been nine full years since the city suffered from an emergency power outage.

The sustainable development of the energy infrastructure has enabled a 33.3% reduction from 2011 to 2019 of the value of the energy sector as a percentage of the gross regional product. In 2020, this should drop further to 40%, which meets the goals set by the Government of the Russian Federation.

Russian information channel “Russia 24” is the undisputed leader of fieldwork with the most important events – maximum live broadcasts, crews in the very action, access to true-to-fact information.

Three quarters of Russians note that “Russia 24” is the main source of information for them and more than half of the respondents states that they watch the TV channel regularly.

According to the information and analytics system Medialogiya, “Russia 24” holds the highest citation index among Russian TV channels.

TV channel “Russia 24” has created a single information space in the country, providing one-time access to the news to everyone from Kamchatka to Kaliningrad.

Gazprom is a global energy company focused on the geological exploration, production, transportation, storage, processing and sale of gas, gas condensate and oil, sale of gas as a vehicle fuel, and the generation and sale of heat and electric power. Gazprom holds the world’s largest natural gas reserves and is the global leader in gas production.

The company implements large-scale gas development projects in the Yamal Peninsula, Eastern Siberia, and the Russian Far East, as well as several hydrocarbon exploration and production projects abroad. Gazprom sells gas to Russian consumers and exports gas to more than 30 countries within and beyond the former Soviet Union and is the largest gas exporter to Europe.

The company is successfully expanding its LNG sales and is one of the three top oil and gas condensate producers in Russia. Gazprom owns the country’s major power generating assets.

Alexey Miller — Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Management Committee, Gazprom

State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom or ROSATOM is one of the global technological leaders. It is a multi-industry holding comprising assets in power engineering, machine engineering and construction, among others. Having competencies across the entire nuclear fuel cycle, the corporation boasts the largest foreign project portfolio in the world, with 35 power units at different stages of implementation in 12 countries. ROSATOM is the largest producer of electricity in Russia, ensuring over 20% of the country’s energy needs. ROSATOM also ventures into manufacturing equipment and isotopes for nuclear medicine, does research, materials studies, digital products, manufactures various innovative nuclear and non-nuclear products. ROSATOM is engaged in low-carbon generation, including wind energy. The corporation includes about 300 enterprises and organizations employing a total of more than 275,000 people.

The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM is a global technological leader. The company has the assets and competencies to work at all stages of the nuclear production chain from uranium mining to decommissioning of nuclear facilities and spent nuclear fuel management. ROSATOM brings together about 400 enterprises and organizations. ROSATOM is third in the world in nuclear power generation. The corporation is the global leader in simultaneous implementation of NPP power units and has the largest portfolio of foreign construction projects (36 NPP power units in 12 countries).

ROSATOM manufactures equipment, produces isotopes for nuclear medicine, and carries out research and material studies. It also assembles supercomputers and designs software and different nuclear and non-nuclear innovative products. The company has business ventures in various clean energy projects. ROSATOM has second largest uranium reserve and occupies 17% of the global nuclear fuel market.

Alexey Likhachev — General Director of the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom

Gazprom is a global energy company focused on the geological exploration, production, transportation, storage, processing and sale of gas, gas condensate and oil, sale of gas as a vehicle fuel, and the generation and sale of heat and electric power. Gazprom holds the world’s largest natural gas reserves and is the global leader in gas production.

The company implements large-scale gas development projects in the Yamal Peninsula, Eastern Siberia, and the Russian Far East, as well as several hydrocarbon exploration and production projects abroad. Gazprom sells gas to Russian consumers and exports gas to more than 30 countries within and beyond the former Soviet Union and is the largest gas exporter to Europe.

The company is successfully expanding its LNG sales and is one of the three top oil and gas condensate producers in Russia. Gazprom owns the country’s major power generating assets.

Alexey Miller — Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Management Committee, Gazprom

Rosneft is Russia’s petroleum industry leader and the world’s largest public oil and gas company by liquid hydrocarbon reserves and production. The company’s core operations are in hydrocarbon exploration and prospecting, production of oil, gas and gas condensate, implementing offshore field development projects, processing extracted raw materials, and marketing oil, gas and petroleum products inside and outside Russia. Rosneft’s hydrocarbon production in 2017 stood at around 285.5 Mtoe.

Rosneft’s prospecting and production activities cover all the major oil and gas provinces of Russia: Western Siberia, Southern and Central Russia, the Timan-Pechora Basin, Eastern Siberia and the Far East. The company also implements projects abroad, including in India, Germany, Egypt, Brazil, China, Iraq, Mozambique and Indonesia.

Rosneft is a major investor in the Russian economy and the country’s biggest taxpayer. Employing environmentally responsible working practices is the cornerstone of Rosneft’s operations.

Igor Sechin — Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Rosneft

Business FM – Russia’s first business radio station.
Broadcasts in Moscow at the frequency of 87.5 FM
St. Petersburg – 107.4 FM
Ufa – 107.5 FM
Kaliningrad – 101.8 FM
Ekaterinburg – 99.4 FM
Krasnoyarsk – 104.2 FM
Сhelyabinsk – 100.8 FM
Nizhny Novgorod – 107.8 FM
Novosibirsk – 105.7 FM
Kazan – 93.5 FM

Business FM provides an exclusive product for a small but influential section of the general public, which must have instant access to financial news. Business FM belongs to the RUMEDIA group of companies.

NOVATEK is one of the largest independent natural gas producers in Russia. Founded in 1994, the company is engaged in the exploration, production, processing, and marketing of natural gas and liquid hydrocarbons. NOVATEK carries out commercial hydrocarbon production at 18 fields.

The company has highly efficient producing and processing facilities. In 2018, the company produced a total of 549.1 mln boe of marketable hydrocarbons.

NOVATEK ranks among the world's top five leading companies in terms of proven natural gas reserves. At the end of 2018, the company’s reserve to production ratio was 29 years.

The company's largest project is Yamal LNG, which is being implemented in Russia’s Yamal Peninsula. It is an integrated natural gas production, liquefaction, and sales project with a capacity of 17.4 mtpa. In December 2018, the LNG plant reached a capacity of 16.5 mtpa more than a year ahead of schedule.

Further reinforcing its position in the global LNG market, in the spring of 2019, the company commissioned a 660,000 tpa LNG production and transshipment complex in the port of Vysotsk (Leningrad Region, Russia).

Leonid Mikhelson — Chairman of the Management Board and member of the Board of Directors, NOVATEK, and Chairman of the Board of Directors, SIBUR.

Established in 1904, TASS is a Russian government-run news agency and an integral part of the global media network.

The news agency employs more than 1,800 staff members at its 60 foreign and 70 domestic offices that keep TASS’ online operations functioning round-the-clock.

Its vast reference database and unique photo archive enable news items to be coupled with images and an in-depth historical background in the blink of an eye.

Every year TASS arranges hundreds of educational and awareness promotional events featuring Russian and foreign political figures, top managers of Russian and foreign companies, cultural workers, scientists and athletes.

The news wire distributes its products by subscription among the Russian and foreign mass media, federal and regional governmental agencies, diplomatic missions, business and financial circles, non-governmental organizations and many other clients.

TASS is a pro-active and influential member of global and regional media organizations and maintains partnerships with more than 60 news agencies worldwide.

Interfax is the leading information group in the CIS and the recognized leader of the B2B segment of Russia’s information market.

Interfax dates back to 1989 with the founding of the Interfax News Agency, which became the country's first non-governmental outlet for up-to-the-minute political and economic news.

Interfax is the most frequently cited source for information on Russia and the CIS in media around the world and the most popular newswire service on the Russian financial market.

Interfax develops professional information solutions that help companies operate in the financial and commodity markets, enabling them to make investment decisions, manage risk, organize external communications, and fulfill regulatory requirements.

Interfax's best-known IT services include SPARK (counterparty risk management), SCAN (media analysis and monitoring), ASTRA (analytical solution for compliance with Russian law on transfer pricing), X-Compliance (Know Your Customer solution to comply with anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing legislation), SPARK-Marketing (analysis of commodity markets), Regulatory news disclosure center (e-DISCLOSURE.RU), RU DATA (reference data and analytics).

Interfax develops partnerships with the world’s leading brands.

Working with Sberbank of Russia and Experian, Interfax created the United Credit Bureau, Russia’s market leader for consumer credit information. Interfax's joint venture with Dun & Bradstreet, another international information market leader, provides business information.

Rossiya Segodnya is an international media group with a mission to provide prompt and balanced coverage of international affairs and a range of perspectives on key events. Rossiya Segodnya provides several information resources, including RIA Novosti, RIA Novosti Sport, RIA Novosti Real Estate, Prime, RIA Rating, InoSMI and the Social Navigator. The Sputnik international news agency and radio represents the media group outside Russia.

Rosseti, Public Joint Stock Company (ROSSETI) – an operator of energy grids in Russia and one of the largest electric companies in the world. The company maintains 2.35 million km of power transmission lines, 507,000 substations with a transformer capacity of more than 792 GW. In 2018, net power supply to consumers amounted to 761.5 billion kWh. The Rosseti Group of Companies has 220,000 employees. The asset portfolio of ROSSETI includes 35 subsidiaries and affiliates, including 15 interregional and a main network company. The controlling shareholder of the company is the state represented by the Federal Agency for State Property Management of the Russian Federation, which owns 88.04% of the share capital. ROSSETI is a leading company in the Russian market in introducing innovative technologies to the main and distribution grid complex. The company pays great attention to such issues as energy conservation, energy efficiency, international cooperation, environmental protection and occupational safety.

Pavel Livinsky — CEO, Rosseti

Sberbank PJSC is the largest bank in Russia and one of the leading global financial institutions. It holds almost one third of aggregate Russian banking sector asset, is the key lender to the Russian economy, and holds the largest market share of deposits. The founder and main shareholder of Sberbank PJSC is the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, which owns 50% of its share capital plus one voting share. The rest of the bank's shares are divided between Russian and international investors. Sberbank has more than 97.8 million active customers in 21 countries. It has 15,000 branches in Russia, more than any other bank. Outside of Russia Sberbank has subsidiary banks, branches and representative offices in the UK, USA, CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, India, China and other countries.

Surgutneftegas is one of the largest vertically integrated oil companies in Russia, uniting R&D, exploration, drilling, production units, oil and gas processing, and marketing enterprises. The company focuses its business in Russia and operates from the Baltic Sea to the Far East.

The company carries out a significant amount of exploratory and production drilling and is active in Russia’s three largest oil and gas provinces – Western Siberia, Eastern Siberia, and Timan-Pechora. The company demonstrates a high level of commitment to ensuring the environmental safety of its production and rational use of all types of resources. A comprehensive engineering and environmental approach to the use of associated petroleum gas allows the company to maintain a record level of its utilization – exceeding 99%.

KINEF LLC, part of Surgutneftegas, is one of the leading petroleum processing plants in Russia in terms of refining throughput. The refinery produces high quality products that are in high demand on the domestic and international markets.

Vladimir Bogdanov — General Director of Surgutneftegas

Gazprom Neft is a vertically integrated oil company primarily engaged in oil and gas exploration and production, refining, and the production and sale of petroleum products. Gazprom Neft’s corporate structure encompasses more than 70 exploration and production, refining and retail companies in Russia, the CIS and worldwide.

Gazprom Neft is one of the world’s top-10 public companies by proven liquid hydrocarbon reserves, and a global leader in terms of the speed of reserves replacement. The company’s production and refining volumes – which in 2018 reached 92.9 million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe) and 42.9 million tonnes of oil respectively – places it among the top-three most important companies in Russia.

Gazprom Neft’s products are sold throughout Russia and exported to over 50 countries worldwide. The company has more than 1,830 filling stations throughout Russia, the CIS and Europe.

Net profit at Gazprom Neft reached RUB 376.7 billion in 2018, a 49-percent increase from 2017. The company is a market leader in terms of both financial growth and various efficiency metrics, including its internal rate of return (IRR).

The company’s majority shareholder is Gazprom PJSC (95.68 percent), with the remaining shares in free circulation.


Alexander Dyukov — CEO and Chairman of the Management Board, Gazprom Neft

Rosseti PJSC is the electrical grid operator of the Russian Federation and one of the biggest grid companies in the world. Its business coverage spans over 80 regions of the country. It manages 2.40 mn km of power transmission lines, 528,000 substations with a transformer capacity of over 809,000 MVA. In 2020, the useful output of power to consumers amounted to 734.1 bn kWh.

The number of employees of the Rosseti Group is 216,500. The group’s assets include 35 subsidiaries and affiliates, with 15 inter-regional companies and a backbone grid company among them. The controlling shareholder is the government, represented by the Federal Agency for State Property Management, which owns 88.04% of the charter capital.

The company’s head is Andrey Ryumin, CEO, Chairman of the Board of Rosseti PJSC.

PJSC Sberbank is Russia’s largest bank and a leading global financial institution. Holding almost one-third of aggregate Russian banking sector assets, Sberbank is the key lender to the national economy and one of the biggest deposit takers in Russia. The Government of the Russian Federation, represented by the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, is the principal shareholder of PJSC Sberbank, owning 50% plus one voting share of the bank’s authorized capital, with the remaining 50% minus one voting share held by domestic and international investors. Sberbank has customers in 18 countries. The bank has a major distribution network in Russia with about 14,000 branches, while its international operations, subsidiary banks, branches, and chapters, include the UK, US, CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, India, China, and other countries. It holds general banking license No. 1481 dd. August 11, 2015, from the Bank of Russia. Official websites of the bank: sberbank.com (Sberbank Group website), www.sberbank.ru.

In 2020 Sberbank underwent a rebranding, offering financial and non-financial services of the bank and Sberbank Group to individual and corporate customers. Today, the Sber ecosystem is a raft of services for life and daily assistance in handling pressing everyday issues for individual customers and businesses. The Sber ecosystem website: sber.ru.

Gazprom Neft PJSC is a vertically integrated oil company, primarily involved in oil and gas exploration and production, refining, and the production and sale of oil products. In terms of production and refining volumes it stands among the top three largest companies in Russia. Gazprom Neft’s corporate structure comprises more than 70 exploration and production, refining and retailing enterprises throughout Russia, the CIS, and the rest of the world. The company operates across 110 countries, worldwide. Gazprom Neft’s filling station network currently totals more than 2,000 outlets throughout Russia, the CIS and Europe. Gazprom Neft is one of the Russian oil industry’s leading companies in terms of efficiency. Company revenues in 2020 were ₽2 trillion, adjusted EBITDA ₽485 billion, and net profit ₽117.7 billion. Gazprom Neft’s largest shareholder is Gazprom PJSC, which holds a 95.68 % interest. The company’s remaining shares are floated on the world’s leading international stock markets.

SIBUR is the largest integrated petrochemicals company in Russia and one of the fastest-growing companies in the global petrochemicals industry.

The Group sells its petrochemical products on the Russian and international markets in two business segments:

  • Olefins & Polyolefins (polypropylene, polyethene, BOPP films, etc.)
  • Plastics, Elastomers & Intermediates (synthetic rubbers, EPS, PET, etc.).

SIBUR’s petrochemicals business mainly utilizes its own feedstock produced by the Midstream segment using by-products purchased from oil and gas companies.

We purchase hydrocarbons and process them into plastics, rubbers, and other high value-added products to deliver state-of-the-art technological solutions and improve people’s lives.

More than 23,000 employees working in SIBUR (including 5,000 NIPIGAS employees) contribute to the success of customers engaged in the chemical, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), automotive, construction, energy and other industries in 100 countries worldwide.

In 2020, SIBUR reported revenue of USD 7.2 billion and EBITDA of USD 2.5 billion.

NOVATEK is Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer. Founded in 1994, the Company is active in the exploration, production, processing and marketing of natural gas and liquid hydrocarbons.

The Company is in the top 3 in terms of proven natural gas reserves and top 10 in terms of natural gas production among major public companies globally. As of the end of 2020, the Company’s reserve to production ratio was 27 years.

Developing competitive LNG producing facilities is the Company's key strategic focus.

Yamal LNG being implemented in the Yamal Peninsula (Russia) is the Company's largest project. It is an integrated project for the production, liquefaction and sales of natural gas.

In 2019, an integrated natural gas liquefaction and transhipment facility was commissioned in Vysotsk (Leningrad Region, Russia), and the investment decision was made for the Arctic LNG 2 project, which, as of the end of Q2 2021, is estimated to have reached a 45% overall progress, with Train 1 being 61% complete. In Murmansk Region, the Company is building a yard that will fabricate gravity-based structures for its future LNG projects.

SIBUR is the leader in the Russian petrochemical industry and one of the largest companies globally in this sector. It has more than 26,000 employees. The company’s unique vertically integrated business model allows it to create highly competitive products consumed in the chemical, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), automotive, construction, energy and other industries in 80 countries worldwide.

SIBUR helps to reduce CO2 emissions stemming from the burning of oil extraction by-products, such as associated petroleum gas (APG), by recycling them instead. In 2018, SIBUR processed 22.3 billion cubic metres of APG, which cut greenhouse gas emissions by 72 million tonnes, equivalent to the annual CO2 footprint of a mid-sized European country.

In 2018, SIBUR reported a revenue of USD 9.1 billion and adjusted EBITDA of USD 3.3 billion.

Dmitry Konov — Chairman of the Management Board, SIBUR Holding

In order to implement the state policy on the provision of high-quality housing, elimination of dilapidated housing and modernisation of housing and utilities, a state-run corporation known as the Housing and Utilities Reform Fund was established in 2007.

Currently, the Fund’s key objectives are:

  • implementation of the federal project Ensuring Sustainable Reduction of Uninhabitable Housing Stock, which is part of the Housing and Urban Environment national project and is aimed at rehousing 660,000 people from almost 12 million square meters of dilapidated dwelling space by 1 September 2025
  • participation in implementing the Pure Water and Clean Volga federal projects, which form part of the Ecology national project. These projects are aimed at providing more people in Russia with high-quality drinking water and at facilitating a three-fold reduction in the dumping of polluted sewage water into the Volga River.
Konstantin Tsytsyn — General Director, Housing and Utilities Reform Fund

TATNEFT is one of the largest oil companies in Russia that is steadily developing upstream and downstream operations, petrochemicals, tire manufacturing, and a network of fuel and service stations and service companies. TATNEFT also has a stake in the financial banking and insurance sector.
In order to gain a competitive edge, maintain its leading position in the industry and drive sustainable growth, the TATNEFT Group Strategy up to 2030 has been developed. This strategy is focused on maximizing the shareholder value of the company. The revised strategy calls for increased oil production up to 38.4 million tonnes of crude oil with a 100 percent reserve replacement rate, continued diversification of business, further growth in investment efficiency, reduction in the environmental footprint, and provision of a safe and healthy work environment.
The accomplishments attained in production operations, environmental compliance, and community support activities as well as the high level of corporate governance, openness and transparency of the company are highly valued by its shareholders, business partners and the investment community in general.


Nail Maganov — General Director of Tatneft

FGC UES (a member of Rosseti Group) is one of the world’s largest public electric grid companies based on power line length and transformer capacity. It was established in 2002 as part of the restructuring of the electric power industry, when it was designated monopoly operator of the Unified National Electric Grid. FGC’s area of responsibility covers 145.9 thousand km of high-voltage transmission lines and 958 substations with a total installed capacity of 352 thousand MVA. The company ensures that consumers in 79 Russian regions have access to a reliable energy supply. Rosseti owns 80.13% of shares in the company. FGC employs 22 thousand people.

Andrey Murov — Chairman of FGC UES Management Board

RusHydro is Russia’s largest generating company, ranking first in Russia and fourth worldwide in terms of hydro generation, and a leader in renewable energy production in Russia, which amounts to 78% of RusHydro’s energy balance.

The Russian Federation owns 60.56% of the company’s share capital.

RusHydro Group brings together over 400 generation facilities with an installed capacity of 39.7 GW, R&D, engineering, and electricity retail companies.

Nikolay Shulginov — President and CEO of RusHydro

JSC Inter RAO – Electric Power Plants manages Russian power generation facilities of Inter RAO Group, excluding power plants in Omsk Region, Tomsk Region and Bashkortostan.

JSC Inter RAO – Electric Power Plants runs 21 plants with 21.6 GW of installed power generation capacity

Company is pursuing a policy focused on optimizing asset management system, reducing administration expenses and implements investment projects in the field of construction of new power generation with careful investment cost control.

JSC Inter RAO – Electric Power Plants was established on June 15, 2011. (Certificate of the Incorporation: Serial number 77 No. 013372333 dated June 15, 2011).

PJSC Inter RAO is the only shareholder of JSC Inter RAO – Electric Power Plants, owning 100 % of its shares.

Our mission is to support sustainable economic development and quality of life in all our regions through reliable power delivery, meeting the growing demand for electricity, and use of innovative energy efficiency and conservation technologies and solutions.

We are committed to becoming the most efficient, reliable and safe power generator in Russia by 2020.

Irkutsk Oil Company is one of the largest independent oil and gas producers in Russia. The company was founded in 2000. The main beneficiaries are the Executive Director of INK Nikolay Buynov and member of the Board of Directors Marina Sedykh. INK and its affiliated companies (INK Group) are engaged in the geological study, exploration, and development of 51 subsoil blocks located in Irkutsk region, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and Krasnoyarsk region. Irkutsk Oil Company’s largest investment project is a gas chemical cluster comprising facilities for gas production, treatment, transportation and processing, a helium plant, and a polymer plant. INK Group employs over ten thousand people.

Creation of the gas and chemical cluster in Eastern Siberia includes several stages. As part of the first stage in 2014–2018, the natural and associated petroleum gas processing unit at the Yaraktinsky field, 193 km of the product pipeline from the field to Ust-Kut, and the LPG acceptance, storage and dispatch complex have been built.

Implementation of Stage 2 started at the end of 2018. The Ust-Kut Gas Processing Plant, as well as three gas treatment facilities at the Yaraktinsky and Markovsky fields are under construction. The Gas Processing Plant will provide raw materials to the Irkutsk Polymer Plant, the main process facility of the production cluster.

As part of Stage 3, the first plant in Eastern Siberia for production of polymers from ethane is built in Ust-Kut. The plant will be supplied with in-house raw materials. The production capacity of the plant amounts to 650 thousand tonnes of saleable product per year. Polymers are used in automobile and aircraft manufacturing, space industry, medicine and consumer goods industry. The Irkutsk Polymer Plant will be similar to the most modern plants across the world. A total of 1,500 new jobs will be created. Two helium plants are also under construction at the Yaraktinsky and Markovsky fields as part of the creation of the gas and chemical cluster in Irkutsk Region. The construction of one of them will make it possible to produce approx. 15 to 17 million litres of helium per year.

RusHydro is Russia’s largest generating company, ranking first in Russia and fourth worldwide in hydro generation. It is also the leader in renewable energy production in Russia, which amounts to 81% of RusHydro’s energy balance.

The Russian Federation owns a 61.73% stake of the Company’s authorized capital.

RusHydro Group unites over 400 generation facilities with an installed capacity of 38 GW, R&D, engineering, and electricity retail companies.

TATNEFT is one of the largest oil companies in Russia that is steadily developing upstream and downstream operations, petrochemicals, tire manufacturing, and a network of fuel and service stations and service companies. TATNEFT also has a stake in the financial banking and insurance sector. 

In order to gain a competitive edge and keep its leadership position in the industry including sustainable growth, the TATNEFT Group Strategy up to year 2030 has been developed. This Strategy is focused on creating high shareholder value of the Company. The revised Strategy calls for increased oil production with 100 percent reserve replacement rate, continued diversification of business, further investment efficiency growth, minimized environmental footprint, and ensuring a safe and healthy work environment. 

The accomplishments attained in production operations, environmental compliance, and social activities as well as high level of corporate governance, openness and transparency of the Company are highly valued by its shareholders, business partners and the investment community in general.

State Corporation – the Assistance Fund for the Reform of the Housing and Utilities Sector provides financial support to the subjects of the Russian Federation on co-financing the overhaul of apartment houses and resettlement of emergency housing and modernization of communal infrastructure. The Fund operates in accordance with Federal law of July 21, 2007 № 185-FZ "About the Assistance Fund for the Reform of the Housing and Utilities Sector ".

The application of integrated territorial development (ITD) method will

contribute to the rate of the emergency housing resettlement in the regions. The houses deemed uninhabitable will be replaced by the new residential areas: the apartment buildings with landscaped courtyards and public gardens, schools and kindergartens, clinics and sports grounds.

The Fund implements measures aimed at stimulating energy efficiency and applying energy-efficient technologies.

Regional programs are implemented in the field of energy conservation and energy efficiency, which include measures aimed at improving the energy efficiency of the housing stock, including the level of equipping with meters, improving energy efficiency in the overhaul of apartment buildings and improving their thermal protection, the introduction of regulatory systems Consumption of energy resources, increase of energy efficiency of lighting systems, elevator economy, loss reduction water.

The Fund had also contributed to the construction of energy-efficient housing. One of the striking examples is the erection of a whole block of 10 houses in the urban district of Zhatai in Yakutia. To this date 704 houses have been built using energy-efficient technologies.

Kommersant is one of the first independent media companies founded in Russia. For almost 30 years, the journalists of Kommersant, the first business daily in Russia, have been guided by the principles of impartiality, dependability and speed, which have helped Kommersant to remain one of the most reliable and influential media outlets.

Apart from its daily broadsheet, the company also publishes the weekly magazine Ogonyok, the weekly lifestyle magazine Kommersant WEEKEND, the monthly automobile magazine Kommersant AUTOPILOT, the supplements Kommersant DENGI and Kommersant KIDS, and the monthly lifestyle and fashion colour supplement Kommersant STYLE.

Kommersant has been online since 1995, and Kommersant FM radio was launched in 2010.

Kommersant apps can be downloaded on mobile devices operating on Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, Android and iOS platforms.

The Russian national daily newspaper Izvestiya was first published on 13 March 1917, and has been regularly published ever since, remaining faithful to its name for a whole century.

Rossiyskaya Gazeta is a modern multimedia group that on a daily basis provides readers with up- to-date, reliable and pertinent information about Russian regional and federal affairs and worldwide events.

The newspaper and its online platforms publish news, features, exclusive interviews and comments from public officials and influential people from the world of business, politics and culture.

Today Rossiyskaya Gazeta has the highest readership in the daily sociopolitical and business newspaper segment. It is also a leader in terms of media citations.

The Rossiyskaya Gazeta media holding includes:

  • Rossiyskaya Gazeta – Daily social and political newspaper
  • Rossiyskaya Gazeta - Nedelya – Weekly issue
  • Rodina – Monthly historical magazine
  • RG.RU – Online portal
  • Rossiyskaya Gazeta supplements – Special colour thematic supplements

Rambler News Service (RNS; part of the company Rambler&Co) is a rapidly growing agency, specializing in providing in-depth and engaging analysis of current affairs in Russia and beyond, exclusive economic news, and related multimedia content.

The agency’s website is home to the latest news, interviews, and information on appointments and resignations, as well as topical commentary from leading business, economic and political experts.

Our team of seasoned specialists report on the economy, policies, and everything in between, delivering content for eleven different news feeds: Economy, Society, Finance, the Energy Sector, the Internet, Industry, Consumer Markets, IT and Media, Transport, Sports Economics, and Regional Economics.

LUKOIL is one of the largest international private vertically-integrated oil and gas companies, accounting for over 2% of global oil production and about 1% of proved hydrocarbon reserves.

With the exploration, production and marketing of oil, gas, petroleum and petrochemical products being LUKOIL Group’s core businesses, the company plays a key role in Russia’s fuel and energy market. One of the largest taxpayers in this country, LUKOIL produces and refines 15% of oil in Russia.

Operating in six federal districts (65 regions) of the Russian Federation and over thirty countries worldwide, LUKOIL is continuously expanding its geographic presence.

The company makes significant investments in environmental protection every year. LUKOIL has always been an active sponsor and donator, supporting various socially significant projects and initiatives in the regions where it operates.

Vagit Alekperov — President of PJSC LUKOIL, Executive member of the Board of Directors of PJSC LUKOIL, Chairman of the Management Committee of PJSC LUKOIL

Zarubezhneft is a leading Russian vertically integrated state oil and gas company having unique experience of operation in various regions of the world.

Since 1967, the Company has implemented large-scale oil and gas projects in more than 30 countries of the world, including Algeria, Angola, Vietnam, India, Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Cuba, Syria and others.

Zarubezhneft possesses high professional competencies and front-end solutions in the area of hydrocarbons fields development both offshore and onshore. Currently the Company’s activities are aimed at the development of oil producing and refining projects in Vietnam, the Balkans, Uzbekistan, Cuba and in the Russian Federation.

The Company is distinguished by operational and organizational efficiency. Environmental and industrial safety is our unconditional priority. Zarubezhneft is the leader in integrating the global zero injury rate initiative “Vision Zero” in Russia.

100% of Zarubezhneft’s shares are in federal ownership. The Company is included into the list of the strategic importance enterprises of the Russian Federation.

Leading newspaper for Russia’s energy industry.
Published since 2000. Distributed throughout the Russian Federation and the Customs Union.
Information on the state and prospects of the Russian power industry, as well as the oil and gas, chemical, and mining industries, machine and apparatus construction, metallurgy in the power industry; features informative articles and analysis, exclusive interviews, and information on new technologies.
The newspaper’s Expert Council is composed of industry executives and specialists across various fields, from government agencies and research and project offices.
Free and open access to all of the following material is available at www.eprussia.ru: daily news, promptly published company press releases, a directory of companies and specialized websites, the newspaper archive, a library of industry regulations, information about industry events and tenders, a bookstore, message board, and forum.

Communication agency Neftegaz.RU is an effective team of professionals that has been successfully operating in the oil and gas information market since 2000. Neftegaz.RU is a high-class company that combines several areas of work at once, including the provision of services in market research, analytics, PR and marketing communications.

Using our own media resources – the information and analytical portal Neftegaz.RU, Business Magazine Neftegaz.RU and B2B-Marketplace Neftegaz.RU, our team provides the company full information support at all stages of its operation, from creation and development to the its establishment and domination in the market.

Our team monitors global PR and advertising trends, and has extensive experience in large advertising agencies with energy companies and related industries.

Neftegaz.RU – intelligent solutions for your brand.

The Energy Policy magazine publishes scientific and research articles and analytical and expert materials on the current status of the fuel and energy industry and prospects for its further growth. The magazine has been published since 1995 and was included in the list of Higher Certification Commission publications in 2011. In 2019 the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation became the new owner of the magazine.

Energy Conservation is a professional journal aimed at two target audiences: consumers and producers of energy efficient equipment and technologies. It is an effective tool for sharing information on companies involved in the production, delivery, installation, and implementation of energy and resource efficient equipment, progressive energy conservation decisions, and all products tied to energy conservation.

The journal:

  • covers federal and regional energy conservation programmes; 
  • focused on the practical application of concrete technological solutions; 
  • features information on all of the newest energy efficient equipment; 
  • draws on global experience; 
  • presents up-to-date information about high-profile exhibitions, conferences, and seminars.

The science and technology magazine Unified Network Energy aims to provide up-to-date information and cover topics such as R&D and commercialization related to state-of-the-art technology, materials, and equipment for the electric grid sector. Unified Network Energy publishes reports on investigations into the most important problems faced by the Russian electricity industry, the operation of electric grids, the design and introduction of new equipment, R&D policies and development strategies for the electric power sector, the construction of power grid infrastructure facilities, the reliable operation of Russia’s United Power System, and the connection of renewable energy sources to Russia’s Unified National Electric Grid, and covers many other subjects.

Camelot Publishing media company has been operating on the oil&gas media market since 2001. It publishes the research and development magazines Gas Industry, Neftegaz Territory and Corrosion on the Neftegaz Territory. These magazines, which are included in the list of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science, are highly valued in the expert community, and feature up-to-date industry information and articles of scientific importance.

The industry magazine of federal significance Energy Without Borders is a 40-page expert periodical published six times a year with a circulation of 1,500 copies. It provides readers with reliable information on the electricity sector, new technologies and essential events in Russia and abroad and includes interviews with the authorities and top managers of electric power companies and the opinions of experts and analysts on the current economic picture.

The periodical is distributed to the President’s administration, the Ministry of Energy, State Duma energy committees, heads of the largest energy holdings in the Russian Federation and leading industry experts.

With the mobile application the magazine is available not only in traditional print but also on smartphone or tablet.

The RusCable.Ru is the first industry media outlet in electrical and power engineering. For over 15 years RusCable has been an authoritative and trusted source of information for a wide range of industry experts. Over 20,000 unique users visit the internet portal www.RusCable.Ru every day, with a total of 1.5 million pageviews per month.

According to data from Yandex, RusCable.Ru is the most cited internet source in the Production and Supply category. It unites up-to-date and exclusive information on many parts of the industry: news, events, commentary, services, documentation, photo and video archives, and more. Thanks to their extensive experience, active audience, modern approach to distributing information to a wide readership, comprehensive approach to gauging public opinion, and complete independence, the Media-Holding RusCable (of which RusCable.Ru is a part) has become a powerful industry driver in terms of government regulation, earing the trust of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.

Currently, RusCable.Ru provides support to the foremost Russian and international business events in the fuel and energy sector and works closely with government bodies, scientific research centres, educational institutions, and skills training centres.

The professional research and development quarterly magazine Automation & IT in Power Engineering was created specially for power engineeres who are interested in recent developments in automation and IT. The magazine aims to help power engineeres and IT professionals establish a dialogue.

You can subscribe to Automation & IT in Power Engineering in any post office.

Monthly popular engineering magazine First published in June 1928. Founders: Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System, Integral Electric Power Complex Corporation.

Joint-Stock Company RTF Energoprogress, All-Russian Electric Trade Union, NP Scientific and Technical Council of the Unified Energy System.

Included in the list of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications.

The magazine covers various practical aspects of organizational, operational and maintenance services of power companies and associations, their economic and market activities, scientific and technological achievements and social problems related to the power industry.

The magazine is aimed at CEOs, project managers and engineers from power companies, scientific, design and educational organizations.

Two supplements are issued: Library of the Electrician and Power Abroad.

Distributed on a subscription basis in Russia and abroad.

The magazine Electric Power News was established in 2002. Founders: Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System, NP Scientific and Technical Council of the Unified Energy System, Integral Electric Power Complex Corporation, Joint-Stock Company RTF Energoprogress.

The magazine publishes information on the electric power industry, scientific and technical development policies and strategy, technical re-equipment, ensuring reliability of the Unified Energy System of Russia, development of electric energy and capacity markets, tariff policies, renewable energy, improved legislation and regulatory frameworks in the industry.

The magazine publishes information on the scientific and technical policy for the development and strategy of the electric power industry, digital transformation, technical re-equipment, maintaining the reliability of the Unified Energy System of Russia, the development of the electric energy and capacity markets, tariff policies, renewable energy, and improving the legislative and regulatory framework of the industry.

The magazine is presented to the public at major industry events and exhibitions internationally.

A monthly industrial engineering magazine. First published in January of 1930. Founders: Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System, Integral Electric Power Complex Corporation, Joint-Stock Company RTF Energoprogress, All-Russian Electric Trade Union, NP Scientific and Technical Council of the Unified Energy System.

The magazine is aimed at CEOs, project managers and engineers from energy associations and companies, scientific, design and educational organizations, hydro power plants, thermal power and nuclear power plants, thermal networks, divisions and branches of the system operator of the United Power System and Federal Grid Company of United Energy System, electrical and technical engineering plants, research and design energy institutes, and professors and university students.

The magazine covers not only problems directly related to the operation of power stations, but also issues pertaining to the production, distribution and transportation of electric and heat energy.

A specialized research and development magazine published and distributed in Russia and the CIS. It is included in the list of magazines of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation. Each issue is distributed to subscribers in Russia, with a circulation of 10,000 copies.

The magazine subscribers include Rosneft, Gazprom, Lukoil, Tatneft, Surgutneftegaz, Gazprom Neft, Novatek, Russneft, Transneft and their divisions in Russia. The list of subscribers also includes NOCs in Russia.

The distribution service constantly checks and updates information on the mailing list, which ensures the delivery of the magazine to the desired professional.

This unique industry trade magazine provides topical information, in the form of articles, reviews, and analysis, about the electrotechnical market, and also serves as an address and telephone directory of electrotechnical companies. Has the biggest circulation in the industry.

Russia’s oldest engineering journal, the International Scientific & Technical Journal Oil & Gas Producing Engineering publishes up-to-date information on the development of oil and gas fields, mining and transportation, and the refination and storage of hydrocarbons. Among the publication’s authors are the heads of ministries and agencies, presidents and general directors, members of the boards of directors and boards of management of the leading Russian and international oil and gas companies, well-known scientists and public figures, university rectors and pro-rectors, and top-management representatives from the largest sector-related scientific and industrial enterprises. Founder ARGM specializes in developing stenographic data protection systems for the oil and gas industry. It holds Russian and foreign patents. ARGM Deputy General Director Leonid Rathkeen was awarded the Nikola Tesla Gold Medal.

Neft i Kapital is an informational and analytical media outlet focusing on Russia’s and global oil and gas industry. Quality and profoundness of their narrative have always been the priority of the editorial policy, which resulted in a stable reputation of a credentialed periodical. Neft i Kapital is offered both as a paper-based magazine and monthly issue on oilcapital.ru

Neft i Kapital has been published since 1994 and circulates in 56 Russia’s regions.

The magazine’s website oilcapital.ru with a monthly audience of 50,000 readers was launched in 2002. The website’s essential content is a daily refreshed newsfeed of the oil and gas market, industry related comments, analytics and vacancies, as well as such segments as Oil Prices and Industry Events.

ELECTRIC POWER. Transmission and Distribution is the magazine for power grid experts. It is published with the assistance of the Rosseti Group of Companies. The magazine is read by engineers and heads of major power companies, industry research institutes and the supervisory authorities of Russia. It is included in the list of peer-reviewed scientific publications (the list is approved by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science) and the Russian Science Citation Index bibliographic database.

The magazine provides its customers with a full range of information services:

  • Publication of information and analytical articles in the magazine;
  • Prompt dispatch of e-mail newsletters;
  • Organization of exhibitions and business events with the creation of business programmes and involvement of leading experts;
  • Publication of specialized literature.

Opponent publishing house was founded to promote and support Russian science, forge links between scientific and practical education, discuss ways to address problems and challenges encountered by scientists from various countries and scientific schools.

Technical Opponent is a multidisciplinary science magazine that covers a wide range of important issues in the realm of engineering and modern technologies and modern trends in technical sciences. The magazine publishes the results of engineering and R&D work.

All materials are written and reviewed through the joint creative work of scientific communities.

The Technical Opponent selects key topics of interest to readers, examines them from different and sometimes irreconcilable positions in view of the opinions of experts both in Russia and abroad. The published materials are supported by comments and expert reviews.

Geoenergetics.ru is an independent online magazine that provides an innovative and analytical view on the global energy industry, its impact on politics and the economy. It also covers the main daily news stories on the global energy industry. It contains a Weekly Digest with key industry events for subscribers.

Elec.ru is a leading information agency founded 17 years ago. It is an expert in the field of display and contextual advertising, creating professional and effective advertising campaigns for the electrotechnical industry. The agency’s information resources include the website Elec.ru and the print publication Electrotechnical Market.

Elec.ru provides current news and a chronicle of industry events along with the creation of popular text, video and photo content, promotion in social networks, and SEO services. The company is made up of a friendly team of professionals which respects its partners’ interests.

Russian Business Guide is Russia’s only business guide abroad. It is published by Business-Dialogue Media with the support of the CCI of Russia.

The magazine is published in two languages – Russian and English. It is distributed through the CCI system and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including embassies, trade missions of Russia abroad and foreign trade missions in Russia. It is also delivered to subscribers, companies, federal agencies, governors of Russian regions, public business associations, business councils and other bodies.

The magazine is published in accordance with the plan of major economic, sectoral, international and interregional forums.

Since 2017 the magazine has expanded its distribution and been given a makeover – it now boasts a new, up-to-date format.

The magazine aims to enhance business cooperation between Russia and foreign countries, support export companies, showcase Russia's investment potential at the international level, and help foreign companies thrive on the Russian market.

The national industry magazine Oil and Gas Vertical has been published for over 20 years and holds a leading position in the oil and gas media segment in Russia.

The magazine is aimed at engineers and managers of fuel and energy companies, politicians and representatives of the authorities with a professional interest in the fuel and energy sector. The magazine works closely with the Ministry of Energy of Russia.

The content of the magazine is focused on the search for optimal solutions in the development of the country's oil and gas industry, with professional discussions and materials on identifying and adopting best practices and enhancing international collaboration in the oil and gas sector.

Russian Railways is one of the largest rail companies in the world with huge volumes of passenger and freight transportation.

The company boasts high financial ratings, qualified specialists in all spheres of the rail industry, extensive scientific and technological experience, project and construction facilities, and experience in international cooperation.

Russian Railways is responsible for operating an 85,500-kilometre-long railway network. 100% of its stock belongs to the Russian Federation. Every year, Russian Railways transports over 1 billion passengers and ships up to 45% of the country's cargo turnover (including pipelines).

Russian Railways is one of the world’s top three rail industry leaders.

The company’s mission is to meet market demand for transportation services, increase efficiency, improve the quality of services, and increase integration with the Eurasian transport system.


Oleg Belozerov — General Director – Chairman of the Board of Russian Railways

Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability, and internationality for more than 170 years. The company is active around the globe, focusing on the areas of electrification, automation, and digitalization. One of the largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies, Siemens is a leading supplier of efficient power generation and power transmission solutions and a pioneer in infrastructure solutions as well as automation, drive, and software solutions for industry. With its publicly listed subsidiary Siemens Healthineers AG, the company is also a leading provider of medical imaging equipment – such as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging systems – and a leader in laboratory diagnostics as well as clinical IT. In FY 2018, which ended on 30 September 2018, Siemens generated EUR 83 billion in revenue and a net income of EUR 6.1 billion. At the end of September 2018, the company had around 379,000 employees worldwide. Further information is available on the Internet at www.siemens.com.

Siemens LLC is the head company of Siemens AG in the regional cluster of Russia and Central Asia, which, in addition to Russia, includes Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Siemens operates in all of its traditional areas of activity in these countries, has a presence in over 40 towns and cities, and is a leading provider of products, services and integrated solutions for the modernization of key economic sectors and infrastructure. Siemens LLC has about 3,000 employees. In FY 2018, which ended on 30 September 2018, Siemens LLC generated EUR 1.0 billion in revenue. Further information is available on the Internet at: www.siemens.com

Dr. Alexander Liberov — President & CEO Siemens Russia

Fortum is a leading clean-energy company that provides its customers with electricity, heating, and cooling, as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. We want to engage our customers and society, encouraging them to join the change for a cleaner world. We employ some 9,000 professionals in the Nordic and Baltic countries, Russia, Poland and India, and 62% of our electricity generation is CO2 free. Fortum's shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki.

Fortum PJSC is a part of Fortum Corporation’s Russia Division, which also includes a 29.5% holding in TGC-1. We produce electricity and heat at eight thermal power plants in the Ural and West Siberia regions. We also produce electricity using three solar power plants. The 35 MW Ulyanovsk wind power plant joined the wholesale electricity and capacity market on 1 January 2018. As of 1 June 2018, the company’s total electricity production capacity was 4,912.5 MW and its heat production capacity was 10,228.8 MW.

In 2018, Fortum received the rights to construct 110 MW of solar generation assets following the results of a competitive selection of renewable energy source-based investment projects. The solar power plants are expected to be commissioned in 2021-2022.

Following the results of the same competitive selection, a Fortum and Rusnano joint fund was selected to construct 823 MW of wind generation assets. Fortum has a 50% share in the fund. In June 2017, the Fortum-Rusnano fund was selected to construct 1 GW of wind generation to be commissioned by 2022. The joint fund is expected to invest 30 bln roubles in the next 5 years.


Alexander Chuvaev — Executive Vice President of Fortum Corporation, General Director of Fortum

Coal Company Kuzbassrazrezugol is Russia’s largest consortium operating in the open-pit coal mining industry. For over 50 years, the Company has been exploiting the unique coal reserves of the Kuznetsk coal basin and it is one of the leading domestic suppliers of high-quality coal to both national and international markets.

Since 2006, Kuzbassrazrezugol has been managed by Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company (UMMC) which brings together almost 50 enterprises in the mining, metallurgical and construction industries.

Leader in the coal market:

  • the largest coal producer in the Kuznetsk Basin (~ 20% of total coal production)
  • the 2nd largest coal producer in Russia (~ 11% of total coal production)

With 50 years in the market, Kuzbassrazrezugol miners have produced more than 1.6 billion tons of coal. The company exploits 16 coal deposits. In-place coal reserves amount to more than 2.5 billion tons of coal. The enterprises within the company structure produce more than 45 million tons of coal annually. Over 70% of extracted coal is exported. Kuzbassrazrezugol is responsible for almost one fifth of Russian coal exports.

Kuzbassrazrezugol’s assets:

  • 6 branches (open-pit mines)
  • 1 mine
  • 10 service enterprises

One of the Company’s strategic goals is to increase in its annual share of processed coal. In the coming years, it plans to increase this share to 90% of its total coal production. Since 2012, Kuzbassrazrezugol has been implementing a programme to expand its processing facilities, which involves renovating the functioning facilities and constructing new processing plants and installations.

To gain a competitive edge on its products, the Company maintains overall quality control and improves the properties of the coal at each stage of production. In order to do so, the company uses advanced mining techniques, enhances its preparation and processing capacities and renews its mining equipment and technologies regularly. Finally, it is strongly committed to industrial and occupational safety on the basis that only safe production can be truly effective.

Sergey Paramonov — Director, Kuzbassrazrezugol

En+ Group is a leading vertically integrated aluminium and power producer. The Company combines power generating assets with 19.6 GW of installed capacity, including 15.1 GW of hydropower generating assets, with aluminium production of annual capacity of 3.9 million tonnes (through the controlling share of RUSAL, the largest primary aluminium producer outside China in the world by output as of 2015).

The Group’s main region of operation is Siberia where key metallurgical assets are located. En+ Group holds a geographically diversified asset portfolio. These factors together ensure a competitive advantage to the company associated with the scale of operation and quality of assets. The metallurgical segment is supported by a developed marketing platform that ensures access to the major aluminium markets including the USA, Western Europe, Japan, and Southeast Asia. As the energy production segment controls the largest and the most efficient network of power stations in Siberia, the Company can be a power provider to key clients in the region, the largest of which are aluminium producers of the metallurgical segment of the Group.

In the first quarter of 2019 consolidated proceeds added up to around USD 2.8 billion (over USD 3.4 in January – March 2018), net profit – USD 409 million (USD 667 million in the first quarter of 2018). Total output in January – March 2019 was 19.2 billion kW, compared with 17.6 billion kW in the first quarter of 2018. Aluminium production output in the first quarter of 2019 was 928,000 tonnes (931,000 tonnes in January – March 2918).

Vladimir Kiriukhin — Chief Executive Officer

LUKOIL is one of the largest international private vertically-integrated oil and gas companies, accounting for over 2% of global oil production and about 1% of proved hydrocarbon reserves.

With exploration, production and marketing of oil, gas, petroleum and petrochemical products being LUKOIL Group’s core businesses, the company plays a key role in Russia’s fuel and energy market. One of the largest taxpayers in this country, LUKOIL produces and refines 15% of oil in Russia. 

Operating in six federal districts (64 regions) of the Russian Federation and over thirty countries worldwide, LUKOIL is continuously expanding its geographic presence.

The company makes significant investments in environmental protection every year.  LUKOIL has always been an active sponsor and donator, supporting various socially significant projects and initiatives in the regions where it operates.

Zarubezhneft JSC is a 100% state-owned Russian oil and gas company of strategic importance with a rich history and more than 50 years of unique experience in foreign economic activity. The company specializes in the development of oil and gas fields in Russia and abroad, providing the most efficient and comprehensive production of hydrocarbon resources. For 40 years, Zarubezhneft has been successfully developing the continental shelf in the south of Vietnam in the framework of the Vietsovpetro joint venture. Other projects include the development of fields in the Nenets Autonomous Area within the framework of the JC RUSVIETPETRO and the Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) for the Kharyaga field, the use of advanced technologies for the production of high- viscosity oil grades in Cuba, enhanced oil recovery at mature fields in Uzbekistan, as well as the implementation of projects offshore Egypt and Indonesia.

Apart from this, the company operates in the Downstream segment in the Republic of Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina), has its own design institutes for subsurface and surface development of oil and gas fields, as well as service companies. Understanding the degree of responsibility before society for the rational use of natural resources and the preservation of a favorable environmental situation, in its work Zarubezhneft is guided by the highest standards of environmental protection, ensuring industrial safety and the well-being of its employees. Zarubezhneft became the first Russian company to join the international concept of VISION ZERO (“zero injury rate”) developed by the International Social Security Association (ISSA). The company was the first in Russia to receive an Integrated Environmental Permit within the framework of the federal project “Implementation of the best available technologies” of the national project “Ecology”.

PJSC “RussNeft” was founded by Mikhail Gutseriev in 2002 and now ranks within the top 10 largest oil and gas producers in Russia. Swiss trader Glencore is the main partner of the Company.

RussNeft comprises companies operating in eight Russian regions, as well as in CIS countries.

Over 8,000 highly qualified employees are involved in the development of reserves of more than 600 million tons of oil (AB1 + B2).

The actual business model of RussNeft is production-oriented. The Company is now focused on optimizing the operations of its existing assets to meet its strategic priorities, more intensified development of the licenses with the reserves geological structure update and additions within the oilfields of the holding.

The mission of the Company is to work for the benefit of the country and its citizens, ensure efficient extraction of energy resources, and implement large-scale social and environmental projects.

SUEK is one of the world’s largest integrated energy companies, the leading coal, heat and electricity producer and one of the largest railcar and port operators in Russia.

The company’s competitive strengths include a vertically-integrated business model with large, high-quality coal deposits, cost-efficient mining and modern quality-assured washing plants, highly efficient power generating units, own logistics and distribution network, a wide variety of coals with less than average content of Sulphur and Nitrogen, and favourable geographic locations and presence in all key markets.

Our mission is to help fuel the world whilst delivering value to all our stakeholders. We accomplish this by producing coal safely and efficiently and reliably supplying a broad range of coal products to our customers in 49 countries, heat and power for over 5.5 million people in Russia.

Our multi-product, vertically integrated business model ensures stable cash flows and helps us maintain our status as one of the Russian leading energy and world’s largest coal companies:

  • No.1 in Russia and No.6 globally by coal output
  • No.4 globally by international coal sales
  • No.5 globally by coal reserves
  • No.3 by heat generation in Russia
  • A top-5 Russian railcar and port operator.

Our key assets employ over 77,000 people and form a vertically integrated value chain from mining, processing, transportation and shipment through port facilities to power generation, sales and distribution:

  • 28 open-pit and underground mines
  • 10 coal-preparation plants and units
  • 27 power plants
  • 5 ports
  • over 55,000 railcars.

With assets located in Siberia and the east of Russia, we enjoy a competitive advantage with regards to ease and cost of coal transportation to the strategic Asia-Pacific market.

Power machines PJSC is the largest power engineering company in Russia, with a wealth of international experience and competence in engineering design, manufacturing, and complete deliveries of equipment for thermal, nuclear, hydro, and gas turbine power plants. The company is among the world’s 5 leading energy companies, accounting for approximately 70% of power engineering industry market in Russia and the CIS. 
Key customers include leading Russian and foreign companies. Manufactured goods are exported to more than 57 countries. 
Russia, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and the CIS are the company’s priority markets.


Unipro PJSC (E.ON Russia JSC until 22 June 2016) was registered in Surgut on 4 March 2005. The share capital of the company amounts to RUB 25,219,482,458.37 with the par value of one share at RUB 0.4.

83.7% shares of Unipro PJSC are held by Uniper PJSC, the international energy company.

The company’s core operations comprise electric power and capacity generation and sales. Unipro PJSC also operates on the Russian distributed generation and engineering markets.

Unipro PJSC comprises five thermal power plants with a total capacity of 11,235 MW: Surgutskaya GRES-2 (5,657 MW), Berezovskaya GRES (2,400 MW), Shaturskaya GRES (1,500 MW), Smolenskaya GRES (630 MW), and Yayvinskaya GRES (1,048 MW).

Electric power generation in 2018 amounted to 46.6 billion kWh, heat generation was 2,218.7 thousand Gcal.

Maxim Shirokov — CEO, Unipro PJSC

SPIMEX is the largest Russian commodity exchange. It was established in 2008 on decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Russian Government.

Its key markets include refined products, crude oil, natural gas and timber. Every fifth tonne of refined products sold in the Russian domestic market (gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and residual fuel oil) is sold on SPIMEX. Mineral fertilizers and coal are new promising markets under development by the Exchange.

All large Russian producers of crude oil, refined products, natural gas and coal and their distribution subsidiaries – acting under a Russian Government decree – submit information on all OTC transactions to SPIMEX. The Exchange calculates and publishes price indices in the corresponding commodities that have become reputable price indicators in the market.

TEK-Torg electronic trading platform – a wholly-owned subsidiary of SPIMEX – carries out procurement procedures effected under Russian Federal Laws 44-FZ and 223-FZ both for public procurement and commercial tenders. Today, TEK-Torg is one of the largest electronic trading platforms used for tenders made under Russian Federal Law 223-FZ.

Alexey Rybnikov — President & CEO, SPIMEX

SOGAZ Insurance Group was founded in 1993 and is now the largest federal insurer in Russia. The Group provides more than 100 insurance programmes for private individuals and organisations operating in different areas. Reliability and financial sustainability of the Group companies has been confirmed by leading international and Russian rating agencies. The regional network of the Group consists of more than 1000 divisions and sales offices across Russia.

The Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs was founded during the reorganization of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies. It stimulates nanotechnology infrastructure building to support innovation in the country. The Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs primarily focuses its activity in these areas:

  • Formation of infrastructure for nanotechnology
  • Development of human resources for the nanoindustry
  • Market development for nanotechnology products
  • Improvement of the legislative framework for innovation
  • Standardization and certification of nanoproducts and evaluation of their safety
  • Refinements in metrology
  • Popularization of nanotechnology and nano-enabled products.

The highest governing body of the fund is its Supervisory Council, which is chaired by Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Alexey Ponomarev. In accordance with the charter of the fund, the council determines priorities for its activities, establishes its strategies, and sets its budget.

The Management Committee is the fund’s collegial executive body. It is chaired by RUSNANO CEO Anatoly Chubais. Andrey Svinarenko is CEO of the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs.


Anatoly Chubais — Chairman of the Board of RUSNANO and the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational programmes

PJSC Enel Russia is a power generating company, and Enel’s key asset in Russia.

Enel Russia operates the following power plants: Konakovskaya GRES, Nevinnomysskaya GRES, Sredneuralskaya GRES and Reftinskaya GRES.

In June 2017 Enel Russia was awarded two projects in a federal public wind power tender (201 MW and 90 MW). In June 2019, following the federal tender results, PJSC Enel Russia was awarded the construction of the 71 MW Rodnikovsky wind farm in the Stavropol Krai.

The company’s total gross installed electrical capacity is 9,428.7 MW (equivalent to a 8,878.4 MW net installed capacity), with a thermal capacity of 2,382 Gcal/h.

Our goal is to create and implement major projects to enhance environmental protection, power plant reliability and work safety, and to introduce energy-efficient technologies.

Mr. Carlo Palasciano Villamagna — General Director, PJSC Enel Russia

PJSC Quadra – Power Generation is one of Russia’s largest territorial generating companies established during the restructuring of JSC RAO UES of Russia. It was registered on 20 April 2005.

The company supplies heat to 25% of the population of the Central Federal District. Its facilities are located in 10 Oblasts: Belgorod, Voronezh, Kaluga, Kursk, Lipetsk, Orel, Ryazan, Smolensk, Tambov, and Tula.

The core business of PJSC Quadra – Power Generation is the production and sale of electricity on the wholesale electricity market and the production, transportation and sale of thermal energy on the retail market.

PJSC Quadra – Power Generation includes 20 electric power plants, 340 boiler facilities and heat networks with a total length of 5,790.2 km. The total installed electric capacity of the company is 2.95 GW, and the total installed heat capacity is 14,560.6 Gcal/h.

Semyon Sazonov — General Director of PJSC Quadra – Power Generation

En+ Group is a leading vertically integrated producer of aluminium and power. The Company combines power generating assets with 19.6 GW of installed capacity, including 15.1 GW of hydropower generating assets, with aluminium production of annual capacity of 3.9 million tonnes (through the controlling share of RUSAL, the largest primary aluminium producer outside China in the world by output as of 2020).

The Group’s main region of operation is Siberia where key metallurgical assets are located. En+ Group holds a geographically diversified asset portfolio. Together, these factors ensure a competitive advantage to the company associated with the scale of operation and quality of assets. The metallurgical segment is supported by a developed marketing platform that ensures access to the major aluminium markets, including the USA, Western Europe, Japan, and Southeast Asia. As the energy production segment controls the largest and the most efficient network of power stations in Siberia, the Company can be a power provider to key clients in the region, the largest of which are aluminium producers of the metallurgical segment of the Group.

In 1H 2021, revenue increased to USD 6.506 million and net profit to USD 2.231 million. 1H 2021 demonstrated strong growth momentum from both the Metals and Power segments: HPP electricity production increased 15.3% y-o-y to 44.0 TWh. Aluminium production in 1H 2021 was stable at 1.9 million tonnes.

Vladimir Kiriukhin – Chief Executive Officer

Open Stock “Coal Company “Kuzbassrazrezugol” was established on May 19th, 1964, as a specialized industrial complex “Kuzbassrazrezugol”.

Since 2006 “Coal Company “Kuzbassrazrezugol” has been managed by the Ural mining and metallurgical company (UMMC) which unites almost 50 enterprises involved in mining, metallurgical and construction industries.

Leader in the coal market:

  • the largest coal producer in Kuzbass (~ 25% of total coal production)
  • the 2nd largest coal producer in Russia (~ 13% of total coal production)

The Company exploits 16 coal deposits. In-place coal reserves amount to more than 2.5 billion tons of coal. The enterprises, which the Company consists of, produce more than 43 billion tons of coal annually. The primary coal grades produced are long-flame, gas, long-flame gas, low-coking, green, coking weak-coking, lean coking. Approximately 70% of produced coal is exported.

Open Stock “Coal Company “Kuzbassrazrezugol” is certified according to three international standards which are ISO 9001:2008 (Quality management systems), ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental management system), OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational health and safety assessment series). Since 2015 the Company has been implementing energy management systems in compliance with ISO 50001 that will enable to optimize energy costs tremendously. The implementation of these systems is carried out under the supervision of UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization).

Assets of “Coal Company “Kuzbassrazrezugol”

  • 6 branches (open-pit mines)
  • 1 mine
  • 10 service enterprises

Products

“Coal Company “Kuzbassrazrezugol” exploits almost all coal deposits in the Kuzbass basin producing various products from green coal to long-flame coal and having a great range of graded and washed coal.

Uniqueness of this coal, which is proven by a constant control and which lies in low sulfur, arsenic, chlorine and radiation-free content, enables our consumers to use the products of the Company in numerous industrial areas.

We truly understand that collaborating with our consumers we are personally responsible for coal quality and aim at ensuring that quality of our products complies with the world standards. Maintaining the high quality of our products is one of the priorities of the Сompany.

STRATEGY

The major principle of the Company connected with effective development states that only the producer who offers the products’ best features to the customers has a competitive advantage. Success of the Company in both international and national markets is achieved through constant implementation of the new coal mining and processing technologies. “Coal Company “Kuzbassrazrezugol” aims to supply not just mere raw materials but finished high-quality product that meets the demands of the consumers.

RZD

Joint Stock Company “Russian Railways” is one of the largest rail companies in the world with huge volumes of passenger and freight transportation.

The company has high financial ratings, qualified specialists in all the rail business spheres, extensive scientific and technological basis, project and construction facilities, experience in international cooperation.

100% of the stock of the company operating the railways network as long as 85,6 thousand kilometers belongs to the Russian Federation.

Russian Railways performs a quarter of the passenger turnover of the entire transport system of Russia and more than 46% of the cargo turnover (including pipeline transport).

Russian Railways belongs to the top 3 of the world rail industry leaders.

The company’s mission is to meet the market demand for transportation services, increase efficiency, quality of services and deep integration into the Eurasian transport system.

Siemens Energy is one of the world’s leading energy technology companies. The company works with its customers and partners on energy systems for the future, thus supporting the transition to a more sustainable world. With its portfolio of products, solutions and services, Siemens Energy covers almost the entire energy value chain from power generation and transmission to storage. The portfolio includes conventional and renewable energy technology, such as gas and steam turbines, hybrid power plants operated with hydrogen, and power generators and transformers. More than 50% of the portfolio has already been decarbonized. A majority stake in the listed company Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) makes Siemens Energy a global market leader for renewable energies. An estimated one-sixth of the electricity generated worldwide is based on technologies from Siemens Energy. Siemens Energy employs more than 90,000 people worldwide in more than 90 countries and generated revenue of around €27.5 billion in the fiscal year 2020.

Siemens Energy LLC is a local legal entity in Russia. Siemens Energy comprises broad competencies across the entire energy value chain and offers a comprehensive portfolio for generation companies, power plants, power grid, oil and gas industry and other energy-intensive industries. With its products, solutions and technologies, Siemens Energy addresses the extraction, processing, and transport of oil and gas as well as power and heat generation in central and distributed thermal power plants, and power transmission and technologies for the energy transformation, including storage solutions. In Russia, the company has manufacturing facilities such as Siemens Gas Turbine Technologies and Siemens Energy Transformers. The company has more than 800 employees (including facilities).

“SO UPS”, JSC is a company with 100 percent state capital that solely carries out centralized operational and dispatch control of power facilities within UPS of Russia. Besides, “SO UPS”, JSC functions include ensuring synchronous operation of UPS of Russia with the power systems of foreign countries, coordinating and monitoring the implementation of investment programs of the industry.

In the course of business, “SO UPS”, JSC solves three groups of problems:

  • real-time management of technological modes of operation of facilities within UPS of Russia;
  • ensuring the future development of UPS of Russia;
  • ensuring the unity and effective operation of technological mechanisms of the wholesale and retail markets of electricity and capacity.

In addition, “SO UPS”, JSC monitors the technical condition of the power facilities and participates in the analysis of the causes of system emergencies.

T Plus Group is the largest independent heat and power provider in Russia. Its main expertise fields include heat and power generation, trading, retail, and energy service. T Plus provides a stable and uninterrupted energy supply in 16 regions of Russia. 14.8 million individuals and 228,000 legal entities use the services of T Plus.

T Plus manages 54 power plants, more than 400 boilers and 19,700 kilometres of heating grids. The total installed capacity of the Group's production facilities amounts to 14.6 GW in electrical power and 52 thousand GCal/h in heat.

Power Machines JSC is the largest power engineering company in Russia, with a wealth of international experience and competence in engineering design, manufacturing, and complete deliveries of equipment for thermal, nuclear, hydro, and gas turbine power plants. The company is among the world’s five leading energy companies, accounting for approximately 70% of the power engineering industry market in Russia and the CIS.

Key customers include leading Russian and foreign companies. Manufactured goods are exported to more than 57 countries.

Russia, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and the CIS are the company’s priority markets.

Fortum is a European energy company with activities in more than 40 countries. We provide our customers with electricity, gas, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. Together with our subsidiary Uniper, we are the third largest producer of CO2-free electricity in Europe. Close to 20,000 professionals and a combined balance sheet of approximately EUR 60 billion, we have the scale, competence and resources to grow and to drive the energy transition forward.

In Russia Fortum is one of the leading producers and suppliers of heat and power in the Ural and West Siberia regions and one of the leaders in the Russian renewable energy sector.

An extensive investment program has been implemented from 2010 to 2016, which allowed Fortum to almost double generation capacity of its thermal power plants increasing it from 2.7 GW to 4.9 GW. Fortum portfolio includes Nyagan Power Plant and Chelyabinsk CHP-4, the most advanced and efficient thermal power plants in the South Urals and West Siberia areas. In April 2021 Association “NP Market Council” named Fortum the most efficient generating company in the wholesale market for the third year in a row thanks to its production efficiency and reliable supplies to the customers.

Fortum is one of the leaders in development of a renewable energy sector in Russia. The company directly and  through joint ventures holds the largest wind portfolio in Russia with more than 2 GW. RES facilities of Fortum and its partners help Russian industrial consumers contribute to achievement of the global decarbonization targets.

The Russian Energy Agency by the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation has more than a half century of history and over that time has become an important element of the system of informational and analytical support of implementation of the national energy policy and building a dialog between the state and the companies of the fuel and energy complex. The Russian Energy Agency is currently working on a wide variety of sustainable development projects in order to ensure energy security, economic growth and environmental stability.

The key working areas include research and analysis of current and promising energy markets; forecasting in the sphere of energy; promotion of scientific and technical development and digital transformation of the energy sector, development of non-carbon and low-carbon energy sources, solutions for sustainable development and energy security, creation of an educational ecosystem and knowledge exchange within the fuel and energy complex.

The Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs was founded during the reorganization of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies. It stimulates nanotechnology infrastructure building to support innovation in the country. The Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs primarily focuses its activity in these areas:

  • Formation of infrastructure for nanotechnology
  • Development of human resources for the nanoindustry
  • Market development for nanotechnology products
  • Improvement of the legislative framework for innovation
  • Standardization and certification of nanoproducts and evaluation of their safety
  • Refinements in metrology
  • Popularization of nanotechnology and nano-enabled products.

The highest governing body of the fund is its Supervisory Council, which is chaired by Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Alexey Ponomarev. In accordance with the charter of the fund, the council determines priorities for its activities, establishes its strategies, and sets its budget.

The Management Committee is the fund’s collegial executive body. It is chaired by RUSNANO CEO Anatoly Chubais. Andrey Svinarenko is CEO of the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs.


A full-scale electronic exchange trading system provides real-time trading and processing of its results. The Exchange is an open and accessible trading platform, which is an effective channel for selling and a place for buying real commodities at an established market price. The Exchange’s spot market for refined products offers organized trading in all major groups of refined products with a wide geography of delivery bases. The Exchange’s derivatives market offers trading in cash-settled futures on price indices for exchange-traded refined products and physically settled futures for refined products. SPIMEX is also implementing a project for changing the pricing system for export flows of Russian fossil fuels, primarily crude oil.

The price indicators of the Exchange formed on the liquid and transparent exchange market are recognized as market indicators by tax, antitrust and exchange legislation. On a daily basis, SPIMEX calculates and publishes indices covering the entire spectrum of refined products: Regular-92 and Premium-95 gasolines; summer, autumn/spring and winter diesel fuel; jet fuel (aviation kerosene) TS (RT); fuel oil. Indices are also calculated for natural gas and LPG markets. Efforts are underway to develop indicators of crude oil, timber and wood product markets.

On an annual basis, the Exchange registers more than 600,000 OTC transactions in crude oil, refined products, LPG, natural gas, coal, and grain. All major manufacturers and their distribution companies provide SPIMEX with information on OTC contracts made.

Unipro PJSC (till June 22, 2016 – E.ON Russia JSC) was registered in Surgut on March 4, 2005. The authorized capital of the company amounts to RUB 25,219,482,458.37. The par value of one share is RUB 0.4. 

83.7% shares of Unipro PJSC are held by Uniper SE, the international energy company.

The Company’s core operations comprise electric power and capacity generation and sales. Unipro PJSC is operating at the Russian market of distributed generation and engineering as well.

Unipro PJSC comprises five thermal power plants with a total capacity of 11,245 MW: Surgutskaya GRES-2 (5,667 MW), Berezovskaya GRES (2,400 MW), Shaturskaya GRES (1,500 MW), Smolenskaya GRES (630 MW), and Yayvinskaya GRES (1,048 MW). 

Electric power generation in 2020 amounted to 41.7 billion kWh. Heat generation was 1,869.9 thousand Gcal.

Rosseti FGC UES (FGC UES, PJSC) is one of the world's largest public power grid companies in terms of length of transmission lines and transformer capacity. The area of responsibility of Rosseti FGC UES, the operator of the Unified National Electric Grid (UNEG), covers about 149,200 km of high-voltage transmission lines and 889 substations with a total installed capacity of 352,000 MVA. The company ensures reliable power supply to consumers in 79 regions of Russia, serving an area of about 15.1 mln. sq. km. It forms part of PJSC Rosseti, the largest power holding in the country, which owns 80.13% of the company's shares. Rosseti FGC UES employs about 22,000 people.

The Global Energy Association is a non-governmental organisation with a particular focus on popularisation and development of industry research, as well as promotion of energy cooperation. The Global Energy Association has existed since 2002 with the support of three leading Russian energy companies PJSC Gazprom, PJSC Surgutneftegaz, and Rosseti FGC UES. The Association helps to shape the energy of the future by supporting advanced scientific and technological developments and stimulating international energy cooperation in the interests of all humankind. Since 2003, the Association has presented the Global Energy Prize. The Prize has been presented to 45 laureates from 15 countries: Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, the UK, and the USA.  The prize fund amounts to 39 million roubles.

PJSC “Quadra – Power Generation” is one of the key players on the energy production market. The Company supplies heat to 25% of the population in the Central Federal District. Its facilities are located on the territory of 10 regions: the Belgorod, Voronezh, Kaluga, Kursk, Lipetsk, Orel, Ryazan, Smolensk, Tambov, and Tula ones.

The main activities of PJSC “Quadra – Power Generation” are production and sale of electricity on the WMEC (wholesale market for electricity and capacity), as well as production, transportation, and sale of thermal energy on the retail market.

PJSC “Quadra – Power Generation” includes 20 electric power plants, maintains 3,171 boiler plants and heating networks of 5.8 thousand km in total length. The total installed electric capacity of the company is 3.13 GW; total installed thermal capacity is 14,856 Gcal/h.

“Quadra – Power Generation” pays special attention to the renovation of capacities and the heat network complex: the amount of investments in the repairs campaign and the retooling and reconstruction program grows every year. With this aim, the company implements concession projects in the Kursk and Voronezh Regions. The energy specialists are to replace obsolete equipment, perform a set of the measures aimed to improve energy efficiency, reduce specific fuel consumption, and implement automation and dispatching of equipment.

For example, within the framework of the concession agreement, “Quadra - Power Generation” carries out operation of a number of the facilities of MUE (municipal unitary enterprise) “Voronezhteploset’s” property complex: 141 boiler plants, 80 central heating stations, and 546 km of heating networks (in the single-pipe equivalent). According to the agreement terms, the company will invest over RUB 3.65 bn in the renovation of the heat network complex of Voronezh during 15 years. Of them, nearby RUB 2 bn will be assigned for the reconstruction of networks, nearby RUB 1.5 bn — for the reconstruction of CHSs and boiler plants equipment. In Kursk, 244 km of heating networks in the double-pipe equivalent and 33 central heating stations of MUE “Kursk City Public Utility Networks” were provided to “Quadra – Power Generation” for 15-year concession. The total amount of the investments for the effective period of the agreement will equal RUB 1.879 bn, VAT excluded.

Hevel Group is the largest PV cell and module manufacturer in Europe using high-performance heterojunction technology (HJT). Our current production capacity amounts to 340 MW/year. Hevel Group is also the largest investor in solar parks in Russia and CIS –  with 1.1 GW project pipeline in different regions.

Hevel Group proved to be one of the world’s leading industrial producers of HJT PV cells and modules, with our products being shipped to various regions, including the EU countries, India, Japan and others. Such inherent technological features as high efficiency, minimum light-induced degradation, low temperature coefficient and aesthetic appearance, make HJT a perfect pick for residential, commercial & industrial PV systems, where limited site area calls for maximum yield.

Hevel in-house R&D centre is continuously working on improving our HJT product line, ensuring that our customers receive state-of-the art PV solutions.

JSC HC "SDS-Ugol" is a branch holding of the company "Sibirskiy Delovoy Soyuz", one of the largest multisectoral holding companies in Russia. The company includes 3 open-pit mining complexes, 2 mines, 3 dressing mills and a number of service companies located on the territory of Kuzbass with a total number of employees more than 7 thousand people.

The company's mission: to be a reliable supplier of coal products (in terms of quality, time, volume), a reliable partner and socially-oriented Company, based on the principles of safe work, rational nature management, professionalism and enthusiasm of our employees. To contribute to the economic and social prosperity of Kuzbass and the country as a whole.

HC "SDS-Ugol" has one of the largest balance reserves of coking coal and energy brands in Kuzbass,  more than 2 billion tons. The company is a partner of the international non-profit organization Bettercoal and the official coal supplier for the Association of Coal Consumers. The integrated management system of JSC HC "SDS-Ugol" has been certified according to three international standards: ISO 9001: 2015 (quality management system), ISO 14001: 2015 (environmental management system) and ISO 45001:2018 (occupational health and safety management system).

For fifteen years of its existence, the company has entered the list of coal production leaders in Russia and is firmly holding its position in the list of the largest Russian exporters of coal products. Since 2017 JSC Holding Company SDS- Ugol is a single consignor of coal products.

Moscow is one of the biggest cities in the world and obviously one of the largest Russian centres with powerful electricity system. The population of Moscow is about 12 million people (10,2% of the country population). List of commercial and residential customers of electricity includes 73 000 buildings and 4 350 streets. The gross regional product of Moscow is about 21.7% of the total Russian GRP.
Extraordinary area means big responsibility. Modernisation of electricity system via additional investments and energy efficiency policy help to achieve our primary goals.
GRP energy intensity was reduced by 24,4% in the period from 2011 to 2016.
Moscow looks to meet its goal of reducing energy intensity by 40% in 2020.
ROSATOM is the Russian Federation national nuclear corporation bringing together circa 350 nuclear companies and R&D institutions that operate in the civilian and defense sectors. With 70 years' expertise in the nuclear field, we are a global leader in technologies and competencies offering cutting-edge industry solutions. We work on a global scale to provide comprehensive nuclear services that range from uranium enrichment to nuclear waste treatment. ROSATOM is a proponent of the uniform national policy and best management practices in nuclear power utilization, the nuclear weapons industry, and nuclear safety. ROSATOM is responsible for meeting Russia's international commitments regarding peaceful uses of nuclear energy and nuclear non-proliferation. Other – ROSATOM lines of business include nuclear medicine and composite materials.
The Genesis premium brand was firstly introduced in the world in November 2015. Genesis vehicles meet the highest standards of the automotive industry and are distinguished by advanced engineering solutions, elegant design and excellent dynamic characteristics.

The Genesis brand presents a new concept of luxury, offering its clients first-class safety and perfect customer service. Innovative, comfortable, dynamic – Genesis cars embodied all the values ​​of the brand and are designed to show the refined edge of premium.

In the Russia Genesis and its flagship sedan Genesis G90 were presented in September 2016. In 2017, the Genesis model line-up was expanded with the all-wheel drive sedan G80. Genesis is going to release six new models by the end of 2021, including a crossover and a sports coupe.
Public joint stock company “Rosseti” (PJSC “Rosseti”) – the operator of energy networks in Russia – is one of the largest power companies in the world. The company manages 2,3 million kilometers of power lines and 496 thousand substations with the total transformer capacity of more than 773 thousand MVA.

In 2016 the supply of electric power to consumers was up to 742,7 billion kW∙h. The number of employees of the “Rosseti” Group of companies is 216 thousand people.

Consolidated revenue of the group in 2016 reached 904 billion rubles, which was 17.9% more than in 2015.  A record net profit of 98.3 billion rubles has been achieved: it is 20.5% higher than a year earlier.

The complex assets of PJSC “Rosseti” are represented by 36 affiliated and dependent companies including 14 interregional and a regional distribution grid company. The controlling shareholder is the State represented by the Federal Agency of the State Property Administering of the Russian Federation, that owns 87.9 % of the share capital.

BAIKAL430 is a pure, natural water that comes from the great Lake Baikal at a depth of 430 metres. Russian scientists have confirmed that Baikal’s deep water is uniquely pure and low in minerals, having had a stable mineral content for millions of years. Today, BAIKALSEA Company has the only deep-water extraction technology that meets all drinking water and ecological safety standards. We deliver original BAIKAL water to you. Its dissolved oxygen and ultra-low mineralization combine to create the unbeatable and refreshing taste of BAIKAL430. Untouched by human civilization, the Baikal ecosystem delivers water in its most pristine and purest form. The four BAIKAL430 labels show different views of the lake. Choose your bottle and experience BAIKAL water.