Set up in 1998, Settlement and Depository Company offers the Russian stock exchange depository services and clearing services on the domestic commodities market.
CJSC Settlement and Depository Company has been licensed to provide depository services by the Federal Commission for the Securities Market, License No. 17705 282 000 100 dated 19 June 2001, and licensed to provide clearing services by the Russian Federal Service for Financial Markets, License No. 077-00001-000010 dated 11 December 2012.
OJSC AK Transneft is a Russian state-controlled monopoly provider of oil transportation.
The largest pipeline company in the world, it operates more than 70,000 km of trunk pipelines, transports more than 90 percent of crude oil and 30 percent of petroleum products produced in Russia, and large volumes of hydrocarbons produced by the CIS countries.
The company boasts a world-class and reliable network of pipelines, ensuring uninterrupted oil deliveries to domestic and foreign markets.
The tariffs for the company’s services are set by the Federal Service for Tariffs at a rate that covers the costs of oil transportation and generates the profit that is spent on investment and other plans.
According to the 2020 development strategy, tariff rates shall not rise higher than the official inflation rate.
Transneft’s investment policy aims to expand, upgrade and re-equip its transportation facilities through both equity and borrowings.
Only preferred stocks are listed on the exchange (1,554,875) while common stocks (5,546,847) are controlled by the state.
The company’s success is largely due to a balanced and efficient financial policy, exemplified by a high level of openness and transparency.
Open Joint Stock Company Transnefteproduct is the sole operator of Russia’s petroleum products pipelines. Established in 1993 in accordance with presidential decree No. 1403, dated 17 November 1992, the company is wholly owned by the state and has a charter capital worth 1.264 billion rubles. It is headquartered in Moscow but officially registered in St. Petersburg.
Rosneft is Russia’s petroleum industry leader, and ranks among the world’s top publicly traded oil and gas companies. The Company is primarily engaged in exploration and production of hydrocarbons, production of petroleum products and petrochemicals, and marketing of outputs. Rosneft has been included in the Russian Government’s List of Strategic Enterprises and Organizations. The state holds 75 percent in the Company while approximately 15 percent of shares are in free-float.
LUKOIL is a major international, vertically-integrated oil and gas company. The company is primarily engaged in exploration and production of hydrocarbons, production of petroleum products and petrochemicals, and marketing of outputs. Most of its exploration and production projects are carried out in Russia, with Western Siberia being the main resource base. LUKOIL owns and operates modern oil and natural gas refineries and petrochemical plants located in Russia, Eastern and Western Europe and CIS countries. The bulk of the outputs is sold abroad. LUKOIL is also engaged in marketing of petroleum products in Russia, Eastern and Western Europe, CIS countries and the US. LUKOIL is the second-largest privately-owned oil company worldwide by proven reserves of hydrocarbons. The company holds 1.1 percent of global oil reserves and accounts for 2.3 percent of global oil production. It is a major player on the domestic market, accounting for 18 percent of Russian oil production and 19 percent of Russian oil refining.
Oil and gas producer, Surgutneftegas, is one of the largest companies in the Russian oil sector. It accounts for almost 13 percent of the country’s crude output and 25 percent of gas produced by domestic oil companies.
Over many years, the company has been leading the industry in terms of exploratory and development drilling, as well as in the number of production wells brought on stream.
The company was the first in Russia to develop a complete cycle of gas production and processing, gas-based power generation, and output of finished products and petrochemical feedstock. 59 divisions of the company are involved in the whole range of prospecting and reservoir management operations, construction of facilities and pipelines, environmental safety, and process automation. A crucial competitive advantage of Surgutneftegas lies in advanced petroleum production technology successfully applied by its own service subdivisions. Oil is supplied to Russian refineries and exported to the CIS and Western Europe.
Gazprom Neft is one of the leading oil and gas companies in Russia, primarily engaged in oil and gas production, oil and gas field development services, oil refining and marketing of petroleum products. The company’s proven reserves exceed 6.9 billion barrels, placing it among the world’s 20 largest oil companies.
The company operates in many of Russia’s prominent oil and gas regions, including the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area, the Omsk Region, the Tomsk Region and the Chukotka Autonomous Area. Gazprom Neft’s major refining facilities are located in the Omsk, Moscow and Yaroslavl Regions, with a distribution network covering the whole of Russia.
The Alliance Oil Company operates on the key principles promoted by the Alliance Group, including staying connected with the Russian regions and pursuing a strong social responsibility policy. It puts a high priority on social projects and collaboration with public institutions because that’s part of the company’s philosophy – it is the only way to ensure the right environment for a sustainable market growth and business development.
RussNeft ranks as one of the Top 10 biggest oil companies in Russia, operating 24 production sites, two refineries and a proprietary network of filling stations in 12 regions of Russia and the CIS: the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area, the Tomsk Region, the Ulyanovsk Region, the Penza Region, the Bryansk Region, the Saratov Region, the Kirov Region, the Orenburg Region, the Republic of Udmurtia and the Republic of Belarus. The company’s headquarters are in Moscow. Currently, RussNeft is exploring 167 oil and gas fields. Its recoverable reserves total more than 600 million tonnes.
Bashneft is one of the Top 10 Russian companies in oil production, and Top 5 in oil refining, with output sold across Russia and exported to Eastern and Western Europe, Kazakhstan and Ukraine. The company has a staff of more than 21,500.