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.
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.
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.
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.