Alexey Miller

Alexey Borisovich Miller (born 31 January 1962) is Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Management Committee (CEO) of Russian energy company Gazprom, Russia's largest company and the world's biggest public energy supplier.

Miller was born in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) to a family of German ethnicity. He went on to study at and graduate from the Leningrad Institute of Finance and Economics from where he graduated with a PhD in economics.

From 1991 to 1996 Miller served with the Committee for External Relations of the Saint Petersburg Mayor's Office under Vladimir Putin. Later, Putin secured Miller’s appointment as CEO so that his former colleague could put an end to fears that some of Gazprom’s executives had harmful third-party relationships.

The share of Gazprom in the European market reached a maximum


The corporation will now be able to increase the volume of exports only at the expense of China.

Nord Stream overflow


Nord Stream 2 participants will have to invest their money in the project instead of banks. 

The net profit of Gazprom collapsed by more than a third


The low prices and a strong ruble are hindering the production of a gas monopoly.

Gazprom will have to fight for Europe


Gazprom will have to compete not only with liquefied gas from the US, but also with pipelines from Azerbaijan and Norway.

Gazprom sets records


The company is increasing supplies to Europe faster than its competitors.

Gazprom has filled the Opal pipeline


The monopoly company announced export records.

Russia undermines the export monopoly of Gazprom


The Commission of the Russian Security Council suggests discussing the liberalization of gas exports.

Vladimir Putin did not support Igor Sechin


Vladimir Putin ordered Dmitry Medvedev's government to facilitate the dialogue between Gazprom and Rosneft.

Gazprom increases its performance


The extraction and export of Gazprom continue to beat records despite the summer.

Vladimir Potanin and Alexey Miller destroy the nature of the North Caucasus


The ski resort Rosa Khutor and the Mountain Tourism Center of Gazprom can deprive of access to drinking water more than 100 thousand people around Sochi.

Gazprom accelerated the construction of the Turkish Stream


Russia's gas company quietly began constructing the second string of the gas pipeline for the transit of gas to Europe.

South Stream is looking for a new course


Gazprom is reviving the project on a small scale.

Turkish counterstream


Gazprom Group can sell its shares in Bosphorus gas and Akfel Holding.

Gazprom lost everything


The gas corporation is rapidly losing its indicators and is becoming increasingly inefficient and useless.

Gazprom has received up to 1 trillion rubles of profit


However, the government won't get much: half of that profit is only on paper.

Gas is near, yet so far


The main asset of Gazprom in Ukraine will calmly flow beyond any arrests. 

Gazprom will pay 4.5 billion rubles to rent Fort Tower


The lease agreement is meant for seven years.

Europe is looking to replace Gazprom


EU will finance projects worth 444 million euros, including projects alternate to Gazprom.

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


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

Gazprom signed a new contract with Stroytransneftegazom owned by Gennady Timchenko


The company will build a LNG terminal in the Kaliningrad region for 21 billion rubles.

Gazprom doesn't give a damn about Russian citizens' needs


The government prefers to export gas, rather than provide it to the citizens.

Record export of gas will help Gazprom to increase revenues greatly


Demand for Russian gas in 2016 was supported by low prices and cold weather in Europe.

Naftogaz acknowledged the threat of loss of Ukraine's gas transit


Europe will end up face-to-face with Gazprom, if it didn't invest in the Ukrainian gas transportation system, warned the head of Naftogaz.

Gazprom under nationalization


Turkey has seized its biggest trader in the country, Akfel Holding.

25 most expensive CEOs: Forbes annual ranking


Forbes has presented its fifth annual ranking of the most highly paid heads of Russian companies.

Forbes named the most highly paid top managers of Russia


Over the five years of Forbes rankings, the total payment of the Russian top managers were reduced by 2.3 times. The value of the ruble has dropped by approximately the same value.   

On the tube again


A major supplier of Gazprom won the war with the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service. 

Gazprom will cut off pipelines for Kiev


The gas giant could save tens of billions of dollars.