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Russia's Surgutneftegaz recommends dividend of 0.65 roubles/ordinary share
Russia's Surgutneftegaz sees 2018 oil production at 61.4 mln T
VTB, Magnit, Aeroflot included to MICEX10 index as of Sept 22
Surgutneftegaz PAO, formerly 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. The Company's segments include Exploration and production, which is engaged in the exploration, evaluation, production of oil and gas, and oil sale; Refining and sale, which is engaged in oil and gas processing, sale of refined products and the activity of the Company's subsidiaries involved in refining and refined products sale, and Other activity, which includes all other segments having no similar economic performance, and represents subsidiaries of the Company engaged in banking operations, insurance and production of other goods, jobs and services.
Oil & Gas Operations
ul. Grigoriya Kukuevitskogo, 1, korpus 1
Vladimir Petrovich Erokhin
Chairman of the Board
Vladimir Leonidovich Bogdanov
General Director (CEO), Director
Nikolai Ivanovich Matveev
Deputy Chairman of the Board
Andrey Vladislavovich Druchinin
Aleksandr Nikolaevich Bulanov
Director, Chief Engineer – First Deputy General Director
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The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Wednesday:
Emerging market stocks rose to a three-month high on Monday, aided by gains among Chinese shares, while developing-world currencies gained at the beginning of an important week for emerging-market assets.
Urals differentials were little changed on Tuesday in muted trade while loadings from Russia's Baltic Sea ports on Nov. 1-10 were set to fall from levels in first 10 days of October, according to a provisional loading schedule.
Russian gasoline exports jumped by 27% in September from August to 475,996 tonnes following the completion of maintenance at the Surgutneftegaz-owned Kirishi refinery, railway data and Reuters calculations showed on Friday.
Russia, the world's No. 2 oil producer, has become an unintended beneficiary of U.S. sanctions after an embargo on Chinese ships drove up tanker freight rates, spurring record premiums for Russian crude that takes just days to arrive in North Asia.
The Russian rouble extended gains on Friday after the central bank cut its key interest rate by 25 basis points to 7.00%, in line with market expectations.
The Russian rouble firmed in early trade on Friday ahead of the central bank's rate-setting meeting which is widely expected to cut the rate amid slowing inflation.
Surgutneftegaz chief executive Vladimir Bogdanov said on Thursday a spike in the company's shares was due to speculative trading.
* Urals crude differentials eased again to dated Brent in northwest Europe on Friday as sellers struggled to place September cargoes and weak refining margins weighed.
Urals crude differentials to dated Brent in northwest Europe slipped further on Thursday on ample supply set for September and slugging demand, traders said.
Surgutneftegaz <SNGS.MM>, one of Russia's largest oil producers, on Thursday reported a half-year loss of 15.52 billion roubles ($235 million) hurt by unfavorable foreign currency rates.
Urals crude differentials to dated Brent in northwest Europe fell on Wednesday after oil loadings from Russia's Baltic ports for September were revised up to 6.1 million tonnes from 5.9 million tonnes in the preliminary plan.
BP and Glencore are struggling to sell around 600,000 tonnes of tainted Russian oil more than three months after the contamination was discovered, according to six trading sources.
Russia may transfer the running of oil intake terminals to state-owned pipeline company Transneft <TRNF_p.MM>, according to a government website, after a privately-owned terminal was blamed earlier this year for contaminating oil supplies.
Belarus has cleared all dirty oil from its section of the Surgut-Polotsk pipeline following a contamination crisis earlier this year, the Interfax news agency cited the Polotsktransneft Druzhba pipeline operator as saying on Thursday. (Reporting by Maria Kiselyova Editing...
Organic chloride content in oil loaded from the Baltic Sea port of Ust-Luga had declined to 2.8 parts per million (ppm) by July 29, within a permitted norm, from 3.1 ppm a week earlier, the Russian energy ministry said on Monday.
Russian oil pipeline monopoly Transneft <TRNF_p.MM> on Wednesday set a cap of $15 per barrel on compensation for contamination in its network, drawing scepticism from transit country Belarus and criticism from some buyers that the offer was too low.
Belarusian state oil firm Belneftekhim said on Wednesday it considered a decision by Russian oil pipeline monopoly Transneft on compensation for dirty oil to be "one-sided".
Belarusian pipeline operator Gomeltransneft Druzhba doubts that its oil flow plan will be fulfilled this year after the large Russian oil contamination via the Druzhba pipeline, it said on Wednesday.
Russian oil pipeline monopoly Transneft said on Wednesday it had set an upper limit of $15 per barrel for paying compensation for contaminated oil and claimants will have to prove they have incurred damage from the contamination.
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