TATNEFT is one of the largest Russian oil companies and an internationally-recognised vertically-integrated holding. The company’s production complex includes steadily developing oil and gas production, petroleum refining, and petrochemicals production enterprises, a tire manufacturing complex, and a network of filling stations and services. TATNEFT also has stakes in financial (banking and insurance) sector companies.
In order to ensure its status and competitive growth continue to strengthen, the company prepared a TATNEFT Group Development Strategy Until 2025 aimed at doubling the company's value and providing for the implementation of a set of large-scale activities in all production areas, including crude oil production, refining, and petroleum products sales. The Strategy envisages establishment of a more balanced portfolio of production assets, a decrease of specific operating costs by at least 10%, and provisions for ensuring investment efficiency growth.
The company’s achievements in production, environmental and social activities, as well as their high level corporate management, openness, and transparency have been highly praised by the company's shareholders, business partners, and the investment community as a whole.
Irkutsk Oil Company (INK) was founded on 27 November 2000. INK and its subsidiaries (INK Group) focus mainly on the geological study, exploration and production of crude oil, condensate and natural gas on 41 licensed territories in eastern Siberia. In 18 years, INK has transformed from a local producer working on three oil fields to a large holding. INK is a dynamic company that is constantly developing. Thanks to the expansion of its production potential, INK was able to increase annual oil production, implement new technologies, create new jobs, and contribute a significant amount of tax revenue to the consolidated budget of the Irkutsk Region. INK is one of the 20 largest Russian oil companies by hydrocarbon reserves.
In the last ten years, INK Group has opened 12 new hydrocarbon fields in the Irkutsk Region and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
Today, INK is a system of production and auxiliary facilities, well equipped rotational work camps, hundreds of kilometres of internal pipelines and electrical lines, and a sprawling system of access routes. INK Group currently employs over 7.5 thousand people.
TAIF Group is a multi-industry vertically integrated holding company in the Republic of Tatarstan, comprised of 46 subsidiaries and affiliated companies with a total of over 41 thousand people. It runs its operations in four main areas: oil and gas refining, chemicals, petrochemicals, and energy; investment and financial services; construction and production of construction materials; telecommunications, integrated and other services.
As a result of their well-balanced management, optimized operational and technological interconnections, rational use of all types of resources, drive for adherence to the best global management standards, implementation of state-of-the-art technologies, and a tremendous volume of new construction, the companies of TAIF Group remain among the most stable, dynamic, and competitive businesses in the Russian Federation.
Today, TAIF Group is one of Russia’s major ethylene manufacturers: it covers 42% of the entire Russian market, nearly half (47%) of all domestic polymers, and more than 69% of all rubber produced in Russia.
According to 2017 results, the consolidated sales revenue of TAIF Group totalled RUB 593.4 billion with RUB109 billion in EBITDA.
The primary focus of TAIF Group is global development of the most economically viable businesses of strategic importance to the economy of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Tatarstan.
Siberian Coal Energy Company is Russia's largest coal producer and one of the largest coal mining companies in the world. SUEK operates in eight Russian regions and employs approximately 33.5 thousand people.
SUEK operates 27 opencast and underground mines, 9 coal beneficiation plants, 3 sea ports, and other industrial transportation, maintenance and engineering facilities.
SUEK is the world's fifth-largest coal company in with 5.4 billion tonnes of reserves and one of the world's top ten producers by volume.
In 2017, the SUEK produced 107.8 million tonnes of coal. SUEK accounts more than 26% of Russia's total coal production.
SUEK is the leading exporter of Russian coal and maintains the status of one of the world’s largest coal companies and coal exporters.