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Russia's Bashneft Recommends 2020 Dividend Of RUB 0.1 Per Preferred Share
Russia's Bashneft Q1 Net Profit Attributable To Shareholders Up At RUB 7.67 Bln
Russia's Bashneft FY Net Result Turns To Loss Of RUB 11.1 Bln
ANK Bashneft' PAO, formerly ANK Bashneft' OAO is a Russia-based company, which is active within the oil and gas industry. Its principal activities include the extraction, exploration and production of crude oil and oil products. The Company operates through a number of branches and subsidiaries, including network of gas filling stations. In addition, it operates various fields, such as Yangareiskoe and Sabriyaginskoe located in the Nenetsk regions. ANK Bashneft' OAO sells its products on the domestic market, as well as abroad. In July 2013, it completed the consolidation of petrochemical assets within United Petrochemical Company (UPC). In December 2013, it acquired LLC Bashneftegazrazvedka. In February 2014, it consolidated 100 % in Bashneft Trading AG. In March 2014, it acquired LLC Burneftegaz. In August 2014, the Company acquired OPTAN network of filling stations.
Oil Well Services & Equipment
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Pavel Sergeevich Fedorov
Chairman of the Board
Khasan Kureishevich Tatriev
President - Chairman of the Management Board
Andrey Nikolaevich Shishkin
Deputy Chairman of the Board
Andrey Nikolaevich Lazeev
Member of the Management Board, Vice President for Geology and Development
Vasily Vladislavovich Nikonov
Member of the Management Board, Vice President - Head of Staff
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Russian companies have so far failed to deliver on their promises to exploit Africa's vast energy resources and the global pandemic should not be used as an excuse for slowing their expansion, an energy consultancy said.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak met with domestic major oil companies on Tuesday to discuss the implementation of global oil production curbs and the possible extension of the current level of cuts beyond June, sources familiar with the plans told Reuters.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak is due to discuss the implementation of global oil production curbs with oil majors later on Tuesday, four sources familiar with the plans told Reuters.
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