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Russia's Gazprom Neft plans 2016 dividend of 9 roubles/share - Interfax
Thursday, 30 Jun 2016 05:33am EDT 

Russia's Gazprom Neft CEO was quoted by Interfax as saying on Thursday: Gazprom Neft plans to pay 9 roubles ($0.14) per share in dividends for 2016 if macro situation remains unchanged. Further company coverage: [SIBN.MM] ($1 = 64.1026 roubles) (Reporting by Moscow newsroom) ((Polina.Devitt@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Russia's Gazprom Neft says Q1 net profit up 6.2 pct yr/yr
Tuesday, 31 May 2016 05:21am EDT 

Gazprom Neft says: Q1 net profit at 41.5 billion roubles ($629.4 million), up 6.2 percent from 39.1 billion roubles in Q1 2015; . Q1 sales at 366 billion roubles, down 3.7 percent from 380 billion roubles in Q1 2015; . Q1 EBITDA at 83.4 billion roubles, up 3.0 percent from 81 billion roubles in Q1 2015; . Q1 adjusted EBITDA at 96.4 billion roubles, up 3.2 percent from 93.4 billion roubles in Q1 2015; . Net debt to EBITDA at 1.83 vs 1.51 at the end of Q1 2015. Further company coverage: [SIBN.MM] ($1 = 65.9400 roubles) (Reporting By Moscow Newsroom) ((maria.kiselyova@thomsonreuters.com)).  Full Article

Russia's Ulyukayev says Gazprom share buyback will not dent investment – Interfax Energy
Thursday, 26 May 2016 09:03am EDT 

:Russia's Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev says Gazprom share buyback will not dent investment – Interfax Energy.  Full Article

OMV CFO: Russia fields would go on stream 1 year after investment
Wednesday, 11 May 2016 06:44am EDT 

OMV CFO says: OMV CFO says hopes production of new Russia fields to come onstream one year after investment "executed" . OMV CEO says in Gazprom asset swap we're talking about a stake in a North-Sea subsidiary, Gazprom would be co-owner . OMV CFO says downstream margins have been a little weaker in Q2 versus Q1 . OMV CFO says would be "aggressive" to think Borealis will have better year in 2016 versus 2015 Further company coverage: [OMVV.VI] (Reporting By Shadia Nasralla) ((Shadia.Nasralla@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Moody's confirms Gazprom PAO corporate family rating, gives negative outlook
Tuesday, 26 Apr 2016 06:39am EDT 

Gazprom PAO:Says Moody's confirms Gazprom PAO corporate family rating at Ba1, gives negative outlook.  Full Article

Gazprom PAO to increase gas production to 452.5 billion cubic metres in 2016 - Reuters
Monday, 25 Apr 2016 04:18am EDT 

Gazprom PAO:Plans to to increase gas production to 452.5 billion cubic metres in 2016 from 418.5 billion cubic metres in 2015 - Reuters.  Full Article

Gazprom PAO recommends FY 2015 dividend
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2016 04:30am EDT 

Gazprom PAO:Board recommends FY 2015 dividend of 7.4 roubles a share.  Full Article

Gazprom PAO sets final coupon on CHF500m November 2018 bond at 3.375% - Reuters
Wednesday, 16 Mar 2016 04:08am EDT 

Russia's Gazprom PAO has set the final coupon on a CHF500m November 2018 bond at 3.375%, according to a deal lead - Reuters:This compares to an initial level of 3.625% area and revised price talk of 3.50% area.Order books for the deal close at 12:15 CET.Deutsche Bank, Gazprombank and UBS are running the transaction, which is expected to price early Wednesday afternoon.Gazprom is rated Ba1 by Moody's, BB+ by Standard & Poor's and BBB- by Fitch, all with a negative outlook.  Full Article

Gazprom PAO gets 2 bln euro loan from Bank of China - Reuters
Thursday, 3 Mar 2016 02:46am EST 

Gazprom PAO:Says has borrowed 2 billion euros from Bank of China's London branch, the largest-ever direct loan the company has raised from one lender - Reuters.The duration of the loan, the first for Gazprom from a Chinese bank, is five years. It did not disclose the purpose.Gazprom has tried to diversify fund raising by tapping Asian markets as Moscow pivots to the East amid chilling relation with the West over Russia's involvement in the Ukraine crisis.Kremlin-controlled Gazprom signed a deal in 2014 to supply 38 billion cubic metres of gas per year to China later this decade. But the project faces problems, including plunging commodity prices and China's cooling economy, sources have said.Capital expenditure for the project is estimated at 168 billion roubles for this year alone. The project cost was initially $55 billion.  Full Article

Gazprom PAO's Medvedev, EU's Vestager to hold antitrust settlement talks next week -sources - Reuters
Wednesday, 2 Mar 2016 03:21am EST 

Gazprom PAO:Gazprom's deputy chief executive will meet the EU competition chief next week, three people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, signalling progress in resolving antitrust charges against the Russian gas giant without a regulatory fine - RTRS.The Russian state-controlled company is fighting accusations of overcharging customers and blocking rivals in eastern Europe, practices which the European Commission say breach the bloc's rules ensuring a level playing field.It is seeking to avoid a fine, which under EU rules could be up to $7.6 billion, equal to 10 percent of its 2014 revenue, and settle the charges with concessions.Both Gazprom and the European Commission have narrowed their differences on the issue and may soon find a solution, one of the sources said.Gazprom supplies around a third of the 28-member EU's gas and a decision in the case, which has dragged on for nearly five years, comes amid continuing tension between the European Union and Russia over Ukraine, Syria and the proposed Nord Stream gas link to Germany.Gazprom's deputy chief executive Alexander Medvedev will meet EU competition chief Margrethe Vestager in Brussels on March 9.A source at Gazprom Export confirmed the meeting plans. A Gazprom spokeswoman and European Commission spokesman Ricardo Cardoso both declined to comment. Medvedev met Vestager in December and both sides agreed to continue talks aimed at resolving the case.  Full Article


Exclusive: Scrutiny on global sport bodies as they decide Russians' Olympic fates

MOSCOW/BELGRADE The International Olympic Committee's decision to let individual sport federations decide whether to ban Russians from the Rio games over doping has put Moscow's links to the governing bodies under scrutiny.