ChTPZ Group



Vitaly Leontiyevich Mutko (born 8 December 1958) is a Russian politician who has served as Deputy Prime Minister of Russia since 2016. He was the Minister of Sport from 2008 to 2016. Mutko was previously president of the Russian side FC Zenit Saint Petersburg, and is also the President of the Russian Football Union.

Mutko accompanied the Russian team to the Winter Olympics in Vancouver in 2010. Afterwards, a report by the Russian parliament's Audit Chamber criticised him for claiming for a total of 97 breakfasts during the team's twenty-day stay in Canada, costing a total of $4,500. Each night in his hotel was charged at $1,499. In total, Mutko is said to have spent twelve times his official limit. Mutko told Vedomosti newspaper: "Why do those who want to accuse me of something not interest themselves in how much the French sports minister paid for accommodation?"

On 9 November 2015, a report by an independent commission of the World Anti-Doping Agency accused Mutko of likely complicity in a wide-ranging, doping scheme within Russian track and field. Dick Pound, the head of the commission, said, "It was impossible for him [Mutko] not to be aware of it. And if he’s aware of it, he’s complicit in it." It was further alleged that Mutko's agency had undue influence over RUSADA, the Russian anti-doping agency that should operate independently from influence of government or athletes.
 

Victor Rashnikov voluntarily and compulsorily invested in high-speed projections

Business23.08.2018

Following Andrei Komarov from ChTPZ Group and Igor Altushkin from the Russian Copper Company, it was the turn of the Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Plant to donate money to the charter capital of the Urals Highway Partnership. The project foresees the construction of a high-speed road Chelyabinsk-Yekaterinburg for 366 billion rubles by 2025.

The abuser of the "pipe" oligarch Andrei Komarov was sent to prison for 4.5 years

Crime12.02.2018

A former employee of the GUEBC and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergey Astafurov, was sentenced for "falsifying" evidence of commercial bribery from the owner of the ChTPZ Group Andrei Komarov.

Gazprom seeks discounts from pipe manufacturers

Business17.01.2018

Gazprom "bent" suppliers of large diameter pipes for a 20% discount. Due to what now the main owner of the Pipe Metallurgical Company Dmitry Pumpyansky will finish building his 100-meter yacht Project Blade?

Gazprom stopped buying pipes

Business20.12.2017

Gazprom stopped buying pipes for Nord Stream-2: a year and a half after their order, they seemed expensive to the gas monopoly.

The owner of the ChTPZ Group Andrei Komarov started playing politics

Society20.11.2017

After quitting the arrest, the oligarch hid and transported his family to the United States. According to experts, he can silently sponsor oppositionist Alexei Navalny.

Large diameter drop

Business21.08.2017

Pipe manufacturers faced a decline in demand for LDP.

Gazprom got another pipe supplier

Business28.03.2017

ZPP received the status of the monopoly's supplier and a new owner. 

Stagnation of pipe manufacturers: the crisis and the reduction of the construction changed the industry significantly

Business12.02.2017

The long wave of investment has not been replaced by a sustainable payback wave.

Fall and rise of Andrey Komarov

Business06.07.2016

Who framed the ChTPZ owner.

A new fraud case is prepared against ChTPZ shareholder Andrey Komarov

Crime29.04.2014

The co-owner of the Chelyabinsk Pipe Rolling Plant is suspected of involvement in the scam to compensate 1.8 billion from the budget for the mobilization capacities.