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RussNeft was founded by Mikhail Gutseriev in 2002 and is now one of the top 10 largest oil companies in Russia in terms of oil production. Swiss trader Glencore is the company’s main partner.
RussNeft is currently comprised of companies operating in 8 Russian regions and in CIS countries.
Over 10,000 highly qualified employees are involved in developing 560 million tonnes of oil (AB1+ B2) reserves.
RussNeft’s business model is production-oriented. The company is currently focusing on optimising existing asset operations to meet its strategic priorities and intensifying development of existing licensed areas by refining geological data on reserves and identifying new pockets within the group’s oil fields.
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.
Siberian Generating Company (SGC) is an energy company operating in the Altai Territory, the Kemerovo Region, the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the Novosibirsk Region, the Republic of Khakassia, and the Tuva Republic. SGC is one of the leading operators in the Russian electricity and heat markets. It generates, distributes, and supplies heat and hot water to consumers. The company owns and operates 4 coal-fired condensation power plants, 18 combined heat and power plants, and 1 gas-turbine plant with a total installed electrical capacity of 10.9 GW and a thermal capacity of 23.9 thousand Gcal/h, as well as a heat distribution network totaling 9,624 km in length, repair and service companies, and Krasnoyarsk’s largest housing and utilities service provider. SGC power plants provide about 23–25% of the heat and power generation in the Siberian energy system. About 32.8 thousand people work for Siberian Generating Company’s enterprises.
Mechel is one of the world's leading mining and metals companies. The company has production facilities in 11 of Russia’s regions and abroad.
Mechel is comprised of more than 20 production enterprises, producing coal, iron ore, steel, long products, ferroalloys, and thermal and electric power. All of the Group’s enterprises work within a single production chain – from raw materials to high value-added products. The holding also owns three trade ports, transport operators, and international sales and service networks.
Mechel is a world leader in coking coal concentrate production by volume. It controls over a quarter of Russia’s total coking coal beneficiation facilities. Mechel is Russia’s second long products manufacturer as well as the largest and the most diversified producer of specialty steels and alloys in the country.
Mechel’s priority investment project is the development of Elga Coal Complex. Elga’s reserves of high-quality coking coal, which is in high demand internationally, amount to approximately 2.2 billion tonnes by JORC standards.
SDS-Coal JSC HC is a branch of the Siberian Business Union holding company, one of the largest multi-sector holding companies in Russia. The company includes four working open-cast mines (the fifth is under construction), two mines, four ore=dressing plants, a research institute, and a number of service companies located on the territory of the Kemerovo region, with a total of 9,000 employees.
During 12 years of work on the market, it has become the third biggest coal producer in Russia, and it is one of the three largest Russian exporters of coal products.
SDS-Coal HC has one of the largest reserves of coking coal and energy marking in Kuzbass - more than two 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. SDS-Coal JSC HC’s integrated management system has been certified according to three international standards: ISO 9001: 2015 (the quality management system), ISO 14001: 2015 (the environmental management system), and OHSAS 18001: 2007 (the occupational health and safety management system).
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 (known as E.ON Russia JSC until 22 June 2016) was registered in Surgut on 4 March 2005. The company’s authorized capital amounts to RUB 25,219,482,458.37, the par value of one share is RUB 0.4.
83.73% shares of Unipro PJSC are held by the international energy company Uniper SE.
The Company’s core operations are comprised of electric power and capacity generation and sales. Unipro PJSC also operates in the Russian market of distributed generation and engineering.
Unipro PJSC is comprised of five thermal power plants with a total capacity of 11,229 MW: Surgutskaya GRES-2 (5,657 MW), Berezovskaya GRES (2,400 MW), Shaturskaya GRES (1,493 MW), Smolenskaya GRES (630 MW), and Yayvinskaya GRES (1,048 MW).
In 2017, the company generated 48.2 billion kWh of electrical energy and 2,127.1 thousand Gcal of heat energy.
Saint Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange (SPIMEX) is the largest Russian commodity exchange, offering a wide range of products traded both in its Commodities Sections (refined products, crude oil, natural gas, LPG, timber, and construction materials) and in its Derivatives Section. The Exchange’s key task is operating a transparent price formation mechanism to ensure fair prices for the commodities produced in Russia. SPIMEX was incorporated in 2008.
Under the orders of President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, the Exchange, with the support of the Russian Government, has launched trading in physically-settled SPIMEX Urals Crude Futures (FOB, Primorsk). The contract should become the core of a new pricing mechanism for exported Russian crude oil.
Schneider Electric is leading the digital transformation of energy management and automation in homes, buildings, data centres, infrastructure and industry.
With a global presence in over 100 countries, Schneider is the undisputable leader in power management – medium voltage, low voltage and secure power and in automation systems. We provide integrated efficiency solutions, combining energy, automation, and software.
In our global ecosystem, we collaborate with the largest partner, integrator, and developer community on our open platform to deliver real-time control and operational efficiency.
We believe that great people and partners make Schneider a great company and that our commitment to Innovation, Diversity, and Sustainability ensures that Life Is On everywhere, for everyone, and at every moment.
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies employing 86,000 people in more than 70 countries. As global energy demand steadily grows, Shell plays a key role in providing the world with energy resources, doing this in a most economic, sustainable, and socially responsible way.
Our business activities can be divided into four workstreams: Upstream, Integrated Gas & New Energies, Downstream, and Projects & Technology.
Shell has had close ties with Russia for over 125 years. Currently, Shell is one of the largest foreign investors in the Russian economy. Shell-operated companies and joint ventures are active players in various business areas, including oil & gas exploration, production and transportation; marketing and sales of oil products, chemicals, lubricants, motor and industrial oils; development of a retail fuel stations network; and provision of technological and advisory services to Russian companies.
Shell is a partner in several companies and joint ventures operating in Russia, including Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd (Sakhalin-2 Project Operator) and Salym Petroleum Development (development of the Salym group of oil fields).
Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System PJSC (a member of Rosseti Group) is one of the world’s largest public electric grid companies by power line length and transformer capacity. It was established in 2002 as part of the restructuring of the electric power industry as the monopoly operator of the Unified National Electric Grid. FGC is responsible for 143.2 thousand kilometres of high-voltage trunk transmission lines and 946 substations with a total installed capacity of more than 347.3 thousand MVA. The company ensures reliable energy supply to consumers in 77 regions in Russia, serving an area of approximately 15.1 million square kilometres. PJSC Rosseti owns 80.13% of of the company’s shares. FGC employs 22 thousand people.
Chairman of the Management Board – Andrey Murov.
Since 2016 SOGAZ is the leader of the insurance market in terms of insurance premiums’ volumes. With over 100 thousand enterprises, including systemically important corporations, SOGAZ has been ranked first in the field of corporate insurance for more than 5 years.
The high level of reliability and financial stability of the Group is confirmed by leading international and Russian rating agencies.
The regional network of SOGAZ includes more than 800 divisions and sales offices throughout the country and allows providing insurance coverage in all of Russia and beyond.
TMK is one of the world’s leading producers of tubular products for the oil and gas industry. Since 2009 it has been ranked first in the world by volume of pipes shipped. In 2017, TMK’s pipe shipments totalled 3.78 million tonnes.
The company operates more than 25 production sites in Russia, the US, Canada, Romania, Oman and Kazakhstan. TMK has the world’s largest steel pipe production capacity, with oil country tubular goods (OCTG) accounting for the largest share of sales.
TMK enjoys strong market positions in the seamless OCTG segment. In 2016, its sales represented approximately 16% of the worldwide market for this pipe. The company is a national leader in Russia with 24% market share, including 64% of the seamless OCTG market. TMK is focused on meeting the demands of the global oil and gas industry, which makes up approximately 77% of the company’s customer base.
TMK’s clients include leading oil and gas companies, such as Shell, ENI, Total, ExxonMobil, Occidental Petroleum, ONGC, Saudi Aramco, Anadarko, Marathon, Rosneft, Surgutneftegaz, Gazprom, Transneft, Lukoil, and other global oil and gas companies.
The company’s major presence in the global market is secured by the extensive sales network that covers virtually all main global oil and gas production regions: the US, Canada, Latin America, Russia and the CIS, Europe, the Middle East, North and Sub-Saharan Africa, and South-East Asia. TMK supplies products to more than 80 countries worldwide.
The company’s shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange as well as on Russia’s MICEX-RTS trading floor.
RUSNANO was founded in March 2011 as a result of the reorganization of the state-owned Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies. RUSNANO contributes to the implementation of state policy on developing the nanotechnology industry by investing directly, and through nanotechnology investment funds, in financially sound high-technology projects to build new production facilities in the Russian Federation. The company primarily focuses on investing in electronics, optoelectronics and telecommunications, healthcare and biotechnology, metallurgy and metalwork, energy, mechanical engineering and instrument making, construction and industrial materials, and chemicals and petrochemicals. RUSNANO is a 100% state-owned company. RUSNANO’s investment has supported 87 factories and R&D centres, which are currently operational in 32 regions across Russia.
RUSNANO’s assets are managed by RUSNANO Management Company, a limited liability company established in December 2013. Anatoly Chubais chairs its Executive Board.
Work to establish nanotechnology infrastructure and deliver educational programmes is carried out by RUSNANO’s Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programmes, which was also established during the reorganization of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies.
JCoal Company Kuzbassrazrezugol is the Russia’s largest association operating in the open-pit coal mining industry. For more than fifty years the Company has been exploiting unique coal reserves of the Kuznetsk coal basin and it is one of the leading domestic suppliers of high-quality ‘black gold’ to both national and international markets.
Since 2006, the Coal Company Kuzbassrazrezugol has been managed by the Ural Mining and Metallurgical company (UMMC-Holding) 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)
With 50 years in the market, miners of the Coal Company Kuzbassrazrezugol have produced more than 1,600 million 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 produced coal is exported. The share of the Coal Company Kuzbassrazrezugol reaches almost one fifth of Russian total coal exports.
Assets of Coal Company Kuzbassrazrezugol:
- 6 branches (open-pit mines)
- 1 mine
- 10 service enterprises
One of the Company’s strategic goals is the annual increase in processed coal share. In the upcoming years it is planned to raise this share up to the level of 90% in total coal production. Since 2012, Coal Company Kuzbassrazrezugol has been implementing the programme for extending the preparation facilities which implies the renovation of the functioning facilities and the construction of new preparation plants and washing equipment.
To gain a competitive advantage for its products, the Company maintains overall quality control and improves properties of coal at every production stage. Thus, the Company uses advanced mining techniques; it enhances preparation and processing capacity and renews its mining equipment and technologies regularly. Last but not least, a great deal of attention is paid to the industrial and occupational safety as it is known that only safe production can be truly effective.
TGK-2 is one of largest heat power companies in the Northwestern and Central Federal Districts. TGK-2 produces electric and heat power and distributes it to the consumers. Company’s enterprises are located in Arkhangelsk, Vologda, Kostroma, Novgorod and Yaroslavl Regions of the Russian Federation, and in the Macedonian city of Skopje.
Operational assets of TGK-2 include:
- 12 thermal power stations
- 8 boiler stations
- 4 heat network companies
Mission of TGK-2:
Support for social and economic development of regions through reliable and uninterrupted supply of heat and electric energy. We are working for the well-being and interests of our consumers, workers, shareholders, partners and society.
Today TGK-2 has over 4,000 employees. The company’s HR policy is aimed at timely provision of qualified personnel as well as creation of an environment for effective development and use of human resources.
The premium Genesis brand was first introduced to 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 outstanding dynamic features.
The Genesis brand presents a new concept of luxury, offering first-class safety and unparalleled customer service. Innovative, comfortable, dynamic – Genesis cars embody all of the brand’s values and are designed to showcase the refined edge of premium.
The Genesis brand and its flagship sedan, the Genesis G90, were introduced to the Russian market in September 2016. In 2017, the Genesis model line-up was expanded to include the G80 all-wheel drive sedan. Genesis is set to release six new models by the end of 2021, including a crossover and a sports coupé.
Russian Post is the federal postal operator and is included in list of Russian Federation strategic enterprises. It has 42,000 offices across the country and has one of the biggest staffs – about 350,000 postal workers.
Every year, Russian Post delivers over 2.5 billion letters and bills (of them 1 billion letters are from state agencies) and 365 million parcels. Russian Post serves about 20 million subscribers in Russia by delivering 1 billion copies of print publications per year. The Russian Post processes 3.2 trillion rubles in transactions (pensions, payments and transfers) annually.
Russian Post’s operational revenue in 2017 grew by 8,1% (13.3 bln rubles) to 178.1 bln rubles (compared to 164.8 bln rubles in 2016). Russian Post showed profits across all of its business activities.
Russian Post’s actual net profit exceeded planned indicators by 28%, amounting to 758 mln rubles.
Rostelecom is the largest digital services provider in Russia. The company operates in all segments of the telecommunications market and covers millions of households across the country.
Rostelecom is the undisputed leader of the broadband and pay TV markets in Russia with over 13 million fixed-line broadband subscribers and over 10 million pay TV subscribers, over 5.1 million of which are subscribed to Rostelecom’s IPTV services.
In the first six months of 2018, the group generated RUB 153.6 billion of revenue, RUB 46.9 billion of OIBDA (30.5% of revenue) and RUB 7.0 billion of net income.
The company is the undisputed market leader in providing telecommunications services to government bodies and corporations of all levels.
Rostelecom is an important and recognised innovator in the field of e-government, cloud computing, healthcare, education, security, and housing & utility services.
The company’s stable financial position is confirmed by its credit ratings. Rostelecom was assigned ‘BBB-’ and ‘BB+’ international credit ratings by Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor’s respectively, and AA(RU) by ACRA.
Natural water BAIKAL PEARL comes from an artesian subsurface source at a depth of more than 60 meters located in close proximity to Lake Baikal. Water from the aquifer flows into the Baikal and is virtually identical to deep water, however there is a very important distinction – it contains useful minerals. The water is approximately 20 million years old, the age of Lake Baikal itself. Natural water BAIKAL PEARL is securely packed and protected against any external impact, which guarantees its supreme quality. The bottle’s design and logo are created to enable each buyer to see their own Baikal in it. The key elements are petroglyphs from a cliff on the shore of Lake Baikal named Sagan Zaba and a water line shown in a wave shape.