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Russia's Russneft Oil Reserves Up By 32.6 Mln T In 2020
Russia's Russneft Sees 2021 Oil Output At 6.5 Mln Tonnes
Russia's Russneft H1 Net Result Attributable To Shareholders Turns To Loss Of RUB 13.22 Bln
NK Russneft' PAO is a Russia-based company engaged in the oil and gas industry. It is mainly involved in the extraction and distribution of crude oil, as well as production of associated petroleum gas (APG), natural gas and gas processing. The Company and its subsidiaries hold more than100 subsoil licenses and operate over 125 oilfields. The Company’s extraction operations are structured into three geographical groups: West Siberian Group, Volga Region Group and Central Siberian Group. In addition, the Company operates on the territory of Azerbaijan. NK Russneft’ PAO operates in various regions of Russia and in Belarus. The Company has its own research and technology center. The Company supplies oil both to Russian market and to export markets of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and other countries, including Hungary and Slovakia.
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ul. Pyatnitskaya, d. 69
Mikhail Safarbekovich Gutseriev
Chairman of the Board
Evgeny Viktorovich Tolochek
Olga Evgenevna Prozorovskaya
Senior Vice President for Economics and Finance
Magomed-Ali Sulambekovich Evloev
Vice President of Commerce
Dmitry Vyacheslavovich Romanov
Director, Vice President for Corporate Relations, Secretary to the Board of Directors
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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.
Two veteran managers from global trading house Glencore's energy desk in Moscow have left with around a dozen other staff to focus on their own start-up, four industry sources told Reuters on Thursday.
Belarusian state energy company Belneftekhim has signed a contract with Azerbaijan's SOCAR to receive two cargoes of oil totalling 160,000 tonnes, it said on Wednesday.
Russia has proposed new terms for future oil supplies to Belarus to partially compensate Minsk for the cost of taxes introduced last year, Moscow said on Friday, in a sign of potential progress in a two-month row between the two countries.
Most Russian oil companies want OPEC's global output curbs to remain in place for one more quarter, but Moscow has still not made a final decision on a possible new deal with OPEC and its allies, a senior Lukoil official said on Wednesday.
Most Russian oil companies want oil output cuts to remain for one more quarter, a senior Lukoil official said on Wednesday, adding that there was still no final decision on an OPEC+ deal.
Russia's Safmar Group said on Wednesday it plans to supply Belarus with around 450,000 tonnes of oil in February, the Interfax news agency cited the company as saying.
The presidents of Russia and Belarus, Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko, will meet on Friday, the Kremlin said, as the oil row between the two rolls into a second month, forcing Minsk to look for crude from as far afield as the United States.
By Vladimir Soldatkin, Dmitry Zhdannikov and Gleb Gorodyankin
Safmar, the Russian group that controls the assets of tycoon Mikhail Gutseriyev's family, will supply less oil to energy-hungry Belarus this month than originally agreed, three industry sources told Reuters on Thursday.
* Safmar's Russneft and Neftisa restored some supplies on Jan. 4 (Recasts, adds detail, background)
Russia's Safmar group, an umbrella for tycoon Mikhail Gutseriyev's family assets, has shipped 38,000 tonnes of oil to Belarus via rail between Jan. 1 and 12, two trading sources told Reuters on Monday.
Belarus Mozyr refinery has not yet received oil deliveries from Russia in January 2020, Interfax agency reported on Monday citing an oil industry source.
Belarus' state oil company Belorusneft has suspended supplies of its own oil to Germany this month as Minsk needs to compensate for shortages of Russia-sourced oil amid a contract dispute with Moscow, four industry sources told Reuters on Friday.
* Russian oil firms stopped oil supplies to Belarus on Jan. 1
Russia's Safmar group of companies controlled by tycoon Mikhail Gutseriyev's family said on Thursday its annual oil production volumes were enough to supply both the Russian domestic oil market and Belarus.
Two Russian oil firms controlled by the family of tycoon Mikhail Gutseriyev plan to increase oil supplies to Belarus to a total of 750,000 tonnes this month, amid a wider energy spat between Moscow and Minsk, three oil industry sources told Reuters.
Russia's Russneft, co-owned by trader Glencore, is the only Russian supplier delivering oil to Belarus after the start of the new year, allowing the neighbor's refiners to continue processing modest volumes of crude, three industry sources told Reuters.
Russia's interior ministry and the Federal Security Service on Wednesday searched the Moscow office of oil company Forteinvest headed by Said Gutseriyev, son of tycoon Mikhail Gutseriyev, two leading business newspapers reported.
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