Joint Stock Company Transneft is a Russian state-owned transport monopoly, the largest oil pipeline company in the world. JSC "Transneft" is operating over 70 thousand kilometers of trunk pipelines. It transports about 90% of oil and 30% of oil products produced in Russia, in addition to considerable volumes of crude hydrocarbons from the CIS countries. The company is headquartered in Moscow and led by Nikolay Tokarev.
After the announcement of the deal, the quotes of the port jumped sharply, and the state of the businessman in the SIZO returned to the $ 1 billion mark again.
The amount of the transaction could be up to 750 million dollars.
Transneft stopped shipping oil for all three of the company's refineries. Experts cautiously assume that New Stream has serious financial problems.
The company repaid a loan of $ 10 billion ahead of schedule.
The court found out that Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedov, accused of fraud for 2.5 billion rubles, have not spoken to each other for several years.
But "Transneft" is striving for its removal.
Regulation of tariffs both the monopolist and consumers are dissatisfied. According to the owner of NLMK Vladimir Lisin, it is not the case of the antimonopoly authority to regulate prices "at the corners", without taking into account other factors. But the government will make the final decision.
In January-April, 2018, oil supplies from the Russian Federation to the European Union fell by 4.4%.
Because of consumer complaints in Europe on the quality of oil, the volume of transit through Ukraine for the four months of this year has declined, a Transneft spokesman said. Complaints are related to the sulfur content of the product.
Unidentified people poured fuel from the pipe for 285 million rubles.
The activities of Magomed and Ziyavudin Magomedov were chaotic: brothers engaged in trade, received orders through acquaintances, accumulated a heap of disparate assets, in which, as a rule, they had no control.
The Magomedov brothers who are behind bars in jail, accused of creating an organized criminal community, are no longer partners in NCSP for Nikolai Tokarev.
She buys a share of Suma in NCSP.
The court stopped production of a high-profile dispute by 66.5 billion rubles.
A loud argument about currency options can be settled in three weeks.
The court postponed the consideration of the claim for 67 billion rubles to settle the dispute.
Transneft was aware of the risk of losses from the deal with Sberbank, which caused litigation between the companies. The calculation was provided by the bank itself, without explaining either its essence or the speculative nature of the transaction, Transneft notes.
The Russian Federation will contribute its share in the consortium to the company's capital.
The company wants to increase shipments to China.
Pipe manufacturers faced a decline in demand for LDP.
The $17 billion deal between Rosneft and British oil and gas giant British Petroleum was consulted by the firm with the participation of an old Putin friend, Matthias Warnig.
Head of UCP Foundation Ilya Shcherbovich, who failed to win back the money for the non-voting shares of Transneft, offered a 'peace treaty'. But on his own terms.
Transneft wants to continue to enrich itself at the expense of others.
Ilya Scherbovich's UCP lost a court action.
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President of Vneshprombank, Larisa Markus, pleaded guilty for embezzling 6 billion and is ready to make a deal with the investigation.
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