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Russia's Tatneft Plans To Produce Butadiene Rubbers, Road Bitumen In Kazakhstan
Russia's Tatneft Sees Capital Investments Of RUB 110.9 Billion In 2021
Russia's Tatneft FY Net Profit Down At RUB 102.57 Bln
Tatneft' PAO is a subsurface user, operator and supplier of oil and gas resources, and manufacturer of petrochemical products. The Company operates through three segments: Exploration and production; Refining and marketing, and Petrochemical products. The Exploration and production segment consists of exploration, development, extraction and sale of own crude oil. The Refining and marketing segment consists of purchases and sales of crude oil and refined products from third parties, own refining activities and retailing operations. The Petrochemical products segment consists of production and sales of tires, and petrochemical raw materials and refined products, which are used in production of tires. The Company and its subsidiaries are engaged in crude oil exploration, development and production principally in the Republic of Tatarstan. The Company is also engaged in refining and marketing of crude oil and refined products, as well as production and marketing of petrochemicals.
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ul. Lenina, dom 75
Rustam Nurgalievich Minnikhanov
Chairman of the Board, Non-Executive Director
Nail Ulfatovich Maganov
General Director (CEO) - Chairman of the Management Board, Member of the Board of Directors, Executive Director
Nurislam Zinatulovich Syubaev
Member of the Board of Directors, Executive Director, Member of the Management Board, Deputy General Director (Deputy CEO) for Strategic Development
Rustam Khamisovich Khalimov
Member of the Board of Directors, Executive Director, First Deputy General Director (First Deputy CEO) for Oil and Gas Exploration and Production
Rustam Nabiullovich Mukhamadeev
Member of the Management Board, Deputy General Director (Deputy CEO) for Personnel and Social Development
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Russian oil producers reduced gas flaring only slightly last year and failed to reach a targeted level by a large margin, hampered by a lack of necessary infrastructure at new oilfields, a draft government document seen by Reuters showed on Friday.
A blast at an oil facility in Russia's Tatarstan region killed two people and injured one person on Friday, the Interfax news agency cited a source as saying.
Oil production in Russia declined last year for the first time since 2008 and reached its lowest level since 2011 following a global deal to cut output and sluggish demand caused by the coronavirus, statistics showed on Saturday.
Higher taxes imposed on Russia's energy sector could make prolonged output curbs by OPEC and allied producers easier to stomach for Moscow's energy majors.
* Measures to bring $4.5 bln in fresh funds to budget per year
Russian oil refineries cut gasoline output <GL-RU-OUT> to a 15-year low of 2.477 million tonnes in May amid a global deal to curb crude supplies and coronavirus-related lockdowns, energy ministry data and Reuters calculations showed on Thursday.
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.
Russia raised oil and gas condensate output in April to 46.45 million tonnes, or 11.35 million barrels per day (bpd), from 11.29 million bpd in March, Interfax reported on Saturday, before it makes cuts this month under a global supply pact.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Tuesday oil markets would start balancing out once an output deal takes effect in May while no significant rise in prices is likely in the near future due to high levels of global storage.
In just a week, Russia has to find ways to cut a fifth of its oil output under a deal to tackle the market glut and is looking at all options, including putting wells on repair and maintenance to abandoning them entirely and even burning oil, four oil industry sources said.
The TANECO refining company, owned by Russia's mid-sized oil producer Tatneft, has begun production of hand sanitisers, as part of efforts to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, the company said.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Friday that the United States has legal restrictions on oil output cuts, but the country should be flexible with them, RIA news agency reported.
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday Russia was ready for deep oil production cuts with the United States and OPEC, but firmly put the blame for the collapse in oil prices on OPEC's de facto leader Saudi Arabia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday blamed the recent collapse in oil prices on Saudi Arabia's withdrawal from an OPEC+ deal over oil supply, as well the impact of coronavirus on demand.
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that Russia wanted to see joint action on global oil markets and a production cut of around 10 million barrels per day of oil.
Boosting oil production in April is not "expedient" due to the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the global energy market, the TASS news agency reported the head of Russian oil producer Tatneft as saying on Monday.
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.
Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Tuesday that Russia's Tatneft had resumed exploration activities in Hamada area last week.
KLP, Norway's largest pension fund, will no longer invest in companies deriving their income from oil sands, and recently sold stocks and bonds in such firms worth about $58 million, it said on Monday.
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