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Surgutneftegaz OAO (SNGS_p.MM)

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Surgutneftegaz OAO (Surgutneftegaz OJSC) is an oil company. The Company is engaged in the exploration, production, processing and sale of oil and gas, as well as sale of oil and gas products. Its other financial and business activities include banking and insurance activities, and provision of other goods, works and services.... (more)


Beta: 1.23
Market Cap(Mil.): руб1,213,675.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 43,427.99
Dividend: 0.60
Yield (%): 2.17


  SNGS_p.MM Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 17.13 16.24
EPS (TTM): -1.74 -- --
ROI: -1.65 0.65 13.91
ROE: -1.77 0.40 13.09

TENDER-Russia's Surgut awards Trafigura with up to 3.7 mln T of fuel oil via tenders

MOSCOW, May 15 Russian oil producer Surgutneftegaz has awarded Trafigura with up to 3.7 million tonnes of fuel oil via tenders, produced at Kirishi refinery, for delivery from the Baltic Sea port of Ust-Luga in July-December 2017, industry sources told Reuters on Monday.

May 15 2017

Russia's Surgutneftegaz says sticking to global oil output deal

MOSCOW, April 7 Vladimir Bogdanov, the veteran head of Russia's third largest oil producer Surgutneftegaz , told Reuters on Friday that his company was sticking to a global deal to cut oil output to support crude prices.

Apr 07 2017

Surgutneftegaz sells May ESPO crude at lowest premiums since 2015: sources

SINGAPORE/MOSCOW Russian oil producer Surgutneftegaz has sold three cargoes of ESPO crude loading in May at the lowest premiums since 2015, trade sources said on Friday.

Mar 17 2017

Russia's Surgutneftegaz says talked output cuts with energy ministry

MOSCOW The head of Russia's third-largest oil producer Surgutneftegaz said on Wednesday that possible output cuts had been discussed at a meeting between oil producers and Energy Minister Alexander Novak.

Dec 07 2016

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