SIBUR is Russia’s largest integrated gas processing and petrochemicals company. We are building a strong, internationally competitive and resilient business with unique advantages and opportunities for profitable growth.
SIBUR derives unique competitive advantages from its extensive infrastructure. This includes eight out of a total of nine existing GPPs, as well as five compressor stations and two gas fractionation units.
SIBUR operates an extensive production base, including: three steam cracker facilities, one propane dehydrogenation plant, two basic polymer production plants manufacturing polyethylene and polypropylene, three synthetic rubber plants manufacturing commodity and specialty rubbers, as well as thermoplastic elastomers, and thirteen plants manufacturing plastics and organic synthesis products, including polyethylene terephthalate, glycols, alcohols, BOPP-films, expandable polystyrene, and acrylates.
SIBUR operates 22 production sites, has over 27,000 employees and serves more than 1,400 large customers in the energy, automotive, construction, FMCG, chemical, and other industries in approximately 70 countries.
The T Plus Group (before June 2015 — IES Holding) is Russia’s biggest private heat and power company. Its major activities are heat and power generation, energy trading, energy retail, and energy services. T Plus ensures stable and reliable energy supply across 16 regions of Russia to over 14 million private and more than 160 thousand commercial and industrial clients.
The Group’s title entity, the consolidated generating company T Plus, emerged as a result of consolidation of several generating companies previously controlled by the former IES Holding: TGC-5, TGC-6, TGC-9, and Volga TGC. The Group also includes energy retail company EnergosbyT Plus and a repair and maintenance arm, T Plus Energoremont. T Plus operates 61 CHP, over 400 boiler houses, and almost 18,000 km of heat networks, which allows the company to generate and sell more than 100 mln Gcal of heat and 50 bln KWh of electricity to consumers annually. The company holds 6% of Russia’s installed electric capacity and generates almost 5% of national electric output. Its 8% share in country's centralized heat supply makes T Plus the second biggest heat producer in Russia and the world.
Sberbank is Russia’s largest bank and a leading global financial institution. Sberbank holds almost one third of aggregate Russian banking sector assets, is the key lender to the national economy, and receives the most deposits in Russia. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation is the founder and principal shareholder of Sberbank. It owns 50% of the Bank's authorized capital plus one voting share, with the remaining 50% held by domestic and international investors. Sberbank has more than 145 million customers in 20 countries. With almost 15,000 branches, Sberbank has the largest distribution network in Russia and its international operations include the UK, US, CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, India, China, Turkey, and other countries.
RusHydro is a major Russian power generating company It is the country’s leading hydropower company and the third-biggest globally, and it is the leading Russian company in terms of renewable energy generation. The Russian Federation owns 60.56% of RusHydro’s share capital.
RusHydro operates over 400 power generation facilities with an installed capacity of more than 39 GW, R&D, engineering, and electricity retail businesses.
RusHydro is a sustainable development leader in Russia: the share of renewable energy sources and hydropower in the power balance of RusHydro is 78%.
The RAO Energy Systems of the East sub-group is a key RusHydro asset. It supplies energy to Russia’s Far East, and its power plants provide more than 90% of electricity in the region. It and also manages distribution and marketing to the end user.
RusHydro is building most of its new plants in the Far East.
The Assistance Fund for the Reform of the Housing and Utilities Sector provides financial support to subjects of the Russian Federation by co-financing the overhaul of apartment houses, resettlement, emergency housing, and communal infrastructure modernisation. The Fund operates in accordance with Federal Law of July 21, 2007 № 185-FZ ‘On the Assistance Fund for the Reform of the Housing and Utilities Sector’.
The Global Energy Association is a non-governmental organization with a particular focus on the popularization and development of industry research, as well as promotion of energy cooperation. The Global Energy Association holds and develops a number of projects: The Global Energy Prize, The Global Energy Prize Summit, and a series of programs. For the past 16 years, the Global Energy Association and all of its projects have been developed with the support of leading Russian energy companies: Gazprom, FGC UES, and Surgutneftegas.
The Global Energy Prize is an international award for outstanding scientific research and technological development in the field of energy, contributing to energy efficiency and environmentally friendly energy sources for the benefit of humanity. Since 2003, the Global Energy Prize has been awarded to 37 Laureates from 12 countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Iceland, Japan, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, the UK, and the US. In 2018, the monetary reward for the prize equalled 39 million roubles (around 550,000 euros). According to IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence, the Global Energy Prize is one of TOP-99 international academic awards with the highest prestige and significance. The Global Energy Prize is also included in the “Mega Prizes” category of the International Congress of Distinguished Awards (ICDA).
The Global Energy Association manages a range of programs tailored to younger audiences and toward honouring superior media coverage of energy issues. They are called Energy of Knowledge, Energy of Youth, Energy of the Pen, Energy of Breakthroughs, Energy of the Start.
Having developed a strong network of global experts, the Global Energy Association promotes energy cooperation through its Global Energy Prize Summit. It has been held annually since 2012, encouraging discussions on the most urgent energy issues and the development of specific mechanisms to solve them.
Transneft is the largest pipeline company in the world and the state operator of Russian oil trunk pipelines and oil products. The company ranks among the ten biggest companies of Russia in terms of sales revenue.
Transneft operates over 68 thousand km of trunk pipelines, ensuring the transportation of more than 84% of the crude oil and about 26% of the light petroleum products produced in Russia.
The company’s strategy is aimed at developing and modernising Russia’s trunk pipeline system.
Transneft is currently implementing a number of large-scale investment projects seeking to increase the oil and petroleum product trunk pipeline system’s capacity so that it matches anticipated production and refining levels.