52 Week Range
As of on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay
3M AVG Volume
52 Week High
52 Week Low
Shares Out (MIL)
Market Cap (MIL)
Dividend (Yield %)
Russia's Rushydro To Buy 7.68% Stake In Sakhalin Energy Company From Rosneft
Russia's Rosneft appoints Didier Casimiro as First VP for finance
Rosneft says sees oil output down by 10% in 2020
NK Rosneft’ PAO (Oil Company Rosneft PJSC) is a Russia-based company engaged in exploration, development, production and sale of crude oil and gas, as well as refining, transportation and sale of petroleum products. It has three business segments. The exploration and production segment is engaged in field exploration and development, and production of crude oil and natural gas. The refining, marketing and distribution segment is engaged in processing crude oil and other hydrocarbons into petroleum products, as well as the purchase, sale and transportation of oil and oil products. It has numerous subsidiaries and affiliated companies. The Company operates domestically and abroad.
Oil & Gas - Integrated
Sofiyskaya naberezhnaya, 26/1
Independent Chairman of the Board
Igor Ivanovich Sechin
Chief Executive Officer,Chairman of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Board, Executive Director
Matthias Arthur Warnig
Deputy Chairman of the Board, Non-Executive Independent Director
Peter Ivanovich Lazarev
Member of the Management Board, Finance Director
Member of the Management Board, Vice President - Refining, Petrochemicals, Commerce & Logistics
Price To Earnings (TTM)
Price To Sales (TTM)
Price To Book (MRQ)
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
Return on Investment (TTM)
Return on Equity (TTM)
BP cut its dividend for the first time in a decade after a record $6.7 billion (5.1 billion pounds) second-quarter loss, when the coronavirus crisis hammered fuel demand, and it sought to win over investors by speeding up its reinvention as a lower carbon company.
Energy group BP <BP.L> will increase its low-carbon spending to $5 billion a year by 2030 and boost its renewable power generation to 50 gigawatts (GW) while shrinking oil and gas output by 40% compared with 2019, it said on Tuesday.
Energy group BP <BP.L> will increase its low-carbon spending to $5 billion (3.82 billion pounds) a year by 2030 and boost its renewable power generation to 50 gigawatts (GW) while shrinking oil and gas output by 40% compared with 2019, it said on Tuesday.
The Russian finance ministry has presented the government with plans to raise an additional 143.4 billion roubles ($1.9 billion/£1.4 billion) from oil production over the next two years, a document on a government website showed on Monday.
Rosneft <ROSN.MM>, Russia's largest oil producer, will cut salaries at its central office by a quarter following a decision to reduce the working hours due to the fallout from the coronavirus, Kommersant daily reported on Friday.
Russian oil major Rosneft will supply fuel to the Arctic mining operations of Norilsk Nickel (Nornickel), the companies said on Wednesday, while Nornickel upgrades its fuel tanks after a diesel spill.
The United States this week hardened its position on the South China Sea, where it has accused China of attempting to build a "maritime empire" in the potentially energy-rich waters, despite regional concerns.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
Rosneft <ROSN.MM> is set to buy a drilling business from IDS Group, a letter to IDS staff seen by Reuters showed, as the Russian oil giant continues its push into oilfield services to help reduce costs.
Russia on Tuesday disclosed terms of a previously agreed debt restructuring with Venezuela that show annual payments from Caracas to Moscow increase five fold starting in 2023.
Shortly after Vladimir Putin became president of Russia in 2000, he quipped in a speech to his former colleagues in the security services that the mission to take back power had been accomplished. Like all good jokes, the statement contained a large grain of truth. Behind...
Russia is taking a leaf out of the U.S. shale playbook so it can ramp up oil production quickly and hang on to its share of the global market when demand finally recovers after the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Russia will collect up to $10 billion more in revenue from oil companies this year because of the way they are taxed, a deputy finance minister told Reuters, money that with borrowing and the national wealth fund will help finance a post-pandemic recovery.
Last year, China replaced the United States as the No. 1 importer of oil from Venezuela, yet another front in the heated rivalry between Washington and Beijing.
Es folgt der Reuters-Blick zu wichtigen Entwicklungen in der Unternehmenswelt über die Top-Themen des Tages hinaus:
By Daphne Psaledakis, Vladimir Soldatkin and Olesya Astakhova
Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft <ROSN.MM> said on Sunday it planned to maintain a dividend policy of paying out half of its net profit despite the state lowering its stake in the company to below 50%.
Russia's Rosneft <ROSN.MM>, which closed its oil trading arm after sanctions were imposed by U.S. authorities in February, has set up a new Geneva-based trading business, four trading sources familiar with the matter said.
Russian largest oil producer Rosneft said on Wednesday that the head of BP <BP.L>, Bernard Looney, has been approved as member of its board of directors by the annual meeting of shareholders.
Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.