According to the general director of Gazprom Neft, the company pays one of the highest taxes in the industry in Western Siberia.
The airline has asked banks to write off the debt, otherwise it threatens to go bankrupt.
In 2016, the company lost 438.6 billion rubles on exchange rate differences. However, it still has more than 2 trillion rubles of deposits in the Russian banks.
Alexey Khotin spares no expense on oil sites and outplays Rosneft, Surgutneftegaz and Gazpromneft.
The officials are negotiating with their creditors.