Who controls Gazprom?

Who controls Gazprom?

the Government of the Russian Federation
As of 2020, the Government of the Russian Federation controlled over 50 percent of shares of the gas company Gazprom. Around 16.7 percent of Gazprom’s shares were controlled by ADR holders.

Who owns Russian oil and gas?


Rosneft Headquarters, Sofiyskaya Embankment, Moscow, September 2005
Total equity $90 billion (2021)
Owner Rosneftegaz + subsidiaries (70%) Moscow Exchange (10.70%) QIA (18.46%) (2021)
Number of employees 334,600 (2019)
Website rosneft.com

Who bought Gazprom Germania?

ZMB (Schweiz) AG (100%)

Does the Russian government own Gazprom?

The company is majority-owned by the Russian government, via the Federal Agency for State Property Management and Rosneftegaz, while remaining shares are traded publicly. Gazprom has a listing in the Moscow Exchange and had a market capitalization of US$80.56 billion as of September 2019.

Who owns Gazprom Energy UK?

GM Ltd
Gazprom Energy is the brand name for GM Ltd’s retail subsidiaries and activities across Europe. All of the gas and electricity we supply to our customers is bought on the wholesale market through our parent company GM Ltd.

Is Gazprom a good stock to buy?

Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom has received a consensus rating of Buy. The company’s average rating score is 2.67, and is based on 2 buy ratings, 1 hold rating, and no sell ratings.

Will Gazprom be delisted?

Gazprom said earlier this month that it had notified the Financial Conduct Authority of its intention to cancel standard listing of depositary receipts representing shares in the company in the London Stock Exchange Official List. The delisting was expected to take effect on May 31.

Is gazprombank state-owned?

Gazprombank (Russian: Газпромбанк), or GPB (JSC), is a private-owned Russian bank, the third largest bank in the country by assets.

Who controls Russian Central Bank?

The Head is chosen by the President of Russia; and serves for four-year-terms after appointment. A Head may be appointed for several consecutive terms (Sergey Ignatyev was the Governor of the Central Bank for 11 years, and he was appointed three times, in the longest serving term in post-soviet Russia).

What oil companies are leaving Russia?

American energy giant Exxon Mobil also ceased operations in Russia, abandoning holdings estimated to be worth around $4 billion at the end of 2021, while Norwegian oil and gas giant Equinor, meanwhile, is leaving some $1.2 billion in Russian investments on the table.

How many countries stopped buying oil from Russia?

The bloc’s 27 members have been unable to agree on an embargo, with Germany warning against hasty steps that could push the economy into recession, and, some countries, such as Hungary, opposing any bans. Germany, however, aims to phase out Russian oil imports by the end of this year, officials said, as does Poland.

What will happen to Gazprom UK?

The German Government has taken over the British arm of Russian state-owned Gazprom. Last Friday, the gas giant announced its exit from its German subsidiary and its trading arm Gazprom Marketing & Trading (GM). GM supplies gas to nearly 20% of the UK’s businesses.

Is Gazprom still trading in UK?

Russia’s energy giant Gazprom has announced it has exited its German subsidiary its business in Germany and a trading arm in the UK.