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1. Key performance indicators
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... Net cash from operations, mn USD 6,001 5,391 3,499 5,483 5,361 11% Capital investments, mn USD 4,029 3,301 2,635 3,366 2,071 22% Dends paid, mn USD 1,025 728 937 792 2,071 41% Net debt, mn USD. 5,775 5,427 5,445 1,618 2,701 6% Average stakeholders? equity, mn USD 28,611 25,452 20,225 14,592 11,702 12% Average stakeholders? equity, mn USD 21,185 17,597 15,251 12,299 10,182 20% Price per share at year-end, RUB (MICEX) 148.18 128.27 163.64 62.67 151.74 16% Key financial ratios 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007...


2. Registered Capital & Equity Structure

The Company has registered capital of RUB 7,586,079.4224, consisting of 4,741,299,639 common shares, with face value of RUB 0.0016 each. The state registration number of Gazprom Neft’s common share issue is 1-01-00146-À. As of December 31, 2011, the shareholder register contained 9,339 accounts, belonging to 16 corporates, 9,312 individuals, 1 trust manager and 10 nominees. Gazprom Neft had no issued preference shares as of December 31, 2011. List of registered shareholders owning at least 1% of registered...


3. The Directors
Path: Corporate Governance / THE DIRECTORS

... is Alexander Dyukov, who is the Chairman of the Management Board of Gazprom Neft. Gazprom Neft has a transparent procedure for the election of members of the Board of Directors: The Company allows its shareholders two months to nominate their candidates to the Board (the minimum period required by law is one month); The Company makes timely disclosure of information about current Directors and candidates to the Board; The Company regularly interacts with the depositary bank, which issues depositary...


4. Membership of the Management Board
Path: Corporate Governance / MEMBERSHIP OF THE MANAGEMENT BOARD

... executive body that manages current activities. In accordance with the Articles of Gazprom Neft, the Management Board comprises Directors as nominated by the CEO of Gazprom Neft. The Management Board’s term in office is determined by the Board of Directors. The professional qualifications that Management Board members are required to have are determined by internal corporate documents. The Company’s Chief Executive Officer, Alexander Dyukov (elected in December 2006, re-elected in December 2011) is also...


5. ADDRESS TO SHAREHOLDERS, INVESTORS & PARTNERS
Path: Company /  ADDRESS TO SHAREHOLDERS, INVESTORS & PARTNERS

... premium marketing channels. Gazprom Neft finished 2011 in the first place in the Russian oil industry by rates of growth of operating income and by total return to shareholders. The Company proved its financial efficiency once again, keeping growth of operating costs per barrel of oil equivalent at the lowest level in the industry. The Company has continued to raise production and expand its business geography by reaching out to new regions. Last year, Gazprom Neft began creation a new production centre...


6. Calendar of Events 2011
Path: Company / CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2011

January Gazprom Neft and TNK-BP agree to set up a joint venture for development of Messoyakha oil and gas deposits in the northern part of the Yamal Peninsula. ">Design of the packaging can used for G-Energy motor-oil wins the prestigious GOOD DESIGN award from the Chicago Museum of Architecture and Design. Gazprom Neft-Aero and the aviation unit of PetroBras jointly commence supplying fuel for...


7. Development Strategy
Path: Company / DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

Our Mission To offer consumers high quality energy resources, to conduct business fairly and responsibly, to take care of our employees, and to be a leader on efficiency, guaranteeing long-term, stable growth for the company. Strategic goal To become a large, Russia-based international...


8. Asset management & corporate structure
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... into Gazprom Neft Group continued in 2011. On February 14, 2011, a deal was closed to purchase 22% of the Sibir Energy stock owned by JSC Central Fuel Company (controlled by the Moscow City Government). Gazprom Neft thus became the sole shareholder of Sibir Energy in the first quarter of 2011. Sibir Energy has been re-registered as a closed joint-stock company. Ownership of the assets of Sibir Energy was optimized in 2011. This optimization included reassignment of ownership of JSC MNGK (the holding...


9. Competitive Position
Path: Company / Competitive Position

... by Bashneft, Surgutneftegaz and Rosneft, which achieved 7%, 2% and 2% growth, respectively. The largest production declines in Russia were shown by LUKOIL (-5%) and Slavneft (-2%). Total crude oil production by Gazprom Neft (including shares of production by other companies, calculated by equity stakes) rose by 1% in 2011 to 50 mn t, mainly thanks to production growth at the Priobskoye and Salym fields, integration of assets purchased at the end of 2011 in Orenburg Region, and further optimization of development...


10. Key Performance Indicators in 2011, by Segments
Path: EVENTS 2011 / KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS IN 2011, BY SEGMENTS

... in development of the northern territories of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District; rational mineral resource use, focused on the depleting resource base in traditional production areas; expansion of exploration and production business outside Russia; improving the quality of petroleum products outputs and depth of refining at Company facilities; development of premium-grade product marketing channels under a powerful brand.


11. Geological exploration & production of crude oil & gas
Path: EVENTS 2011 / GEOLOGICAL EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION OF CRUDE OIL & GAS

... of development should represent at least 50% of all production by 2020. This target will be achieved on the basis of existing assets, projects in which Gazprom Neft has a share, and oil fields transferred to Gazprom N eft by Gazprom. The Company also plans to expand its asset portfolio by acquisition of as yet unallocated rights to sub-soil areas, held by the Russian Government, as well as by asset purchases on the R ussian market and projects outside Russia. Reserves For more than 11 years, the Company’s stock...


12. Oil refining
Path: EVENTS 2011 / OIL REFINING

... Company’s strategic goals in the refining sector are: raising annual refining in Russia to  38-40 mn t; increasing annual petroleum refining capacity in Europe to  25-30 mn t; making products that meet the Russian Government’s Technical Regulations for fuel quality (Classes 4 and 5); achieving refining depth of  90-95%, and raising the share of light petroleum product output to 77%. Company refineries must also achieve international technology standards, including standards that regulate environmental...


13. Sales of Petroleum Products
Path: EVENTS 2011 / SALES OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

... network, shorter periods between maintenance at the Omsk Refinery, and consolidation of the volumes of external refining of oil at Moscow Refinery. Upgrade programs at the Company’s refineries and product range optimization increased output of automotive gasoline by 11.7%, high-quality jet fuel by 5.6%, and Euro 4 and Euro 5 diesel fuel by 2.6 times in 2011. Implementation of strategy targets for petroleum product sales will place Gazprom Neft among the top three largest vertically integrated oil companies...


14. Premium Business Segments
Path: EVENTS 2011 / PREMIUM BUSINESS SEGMENTS

... Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek). The company also refuels the aircraft of Russian airlines at airports in Southeast Asia, Scandinavia, Europe, Africa, Australia and Latin America. Thanks to its ownership of appropriate facilities, the Company can maintain regular supplies of aviation fuel to airports, supply highquality fuels, use up-to-date aircraft-refueling technologies, and thus ensure flight safety. Since 2008, Gazprom Neft-Aero has been a designated strategic partner of the International Aviation Transport...


15. Exports of Crude Oil & Petroleum Products Oil
Path: EVENTS 2011 /  EXPORTS OF CRUDE OIL & PETROLEUM PRODUCTS OIL

... 13.1 mn t of crude oil in 2011, which is 2.8 mn t or 17.9% less than in 2010. The decline was due to 6.8% increase of crude oil refining by the Company’s refineries in 2011 compared to 2010. Exports to CIS countries decreased by 0.9% to 2.99 mn t of crude oil, causing an equal decline in revenue from these exports.


16. Petrochemical Industry
Path: EVENTS 2011 / PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Gazprom Neft is a major Russian producer of aromatic hydrocarbons (benzene, paraxylene, orthoxylene and toluene) and olefin liquefied hydrocarbon gases (propane-propylene fraction). Sales of aromatics in 2011 were 393,000 t, of which 263,000 t were sold in Russia. The Company’s share of total Russian consumption of aromatics in 2011 was 16%, while its share of exports was...


17. Innovation
Path: EVENTS 2011 / INNOVATION

Technology innovation in priority business areas is a prerequisite for the Company’s successful long-term growth. Gazprom Neft’s strategic goal is to produce 100 mn TOE annually by 2020. This will require year-on-year growth of hydrocarbon output — a major challenge, which will make great demands on the energy...


18. Investment Activities
Path: EVENTS 2011 / INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES

... The program consists of investment projects whose financing needs and economic and operating indicators have been broadly defined, and whose scope is proportional to the Company’s investment capacities. Large-scale plans for development in all business segments will require considerable investments. Total investments up to 2020, both for current operations and for development, including purchase of assets, are expected to amount to USD 40 bn. More than USD 10 bn will be invested in the period 2012...


19. Definitions & conversion methodology
Path: MD&A / DEFINITIONS & CONVERSION METHODOLOGY

... account of the density of crude oil at each of our fields. Purchased petroleum, and other operating figures in barrels, are converted to barrels at 7.3 bbl per ton. Cubic meters are converted to cubic feet at 35.31 ft³ per 1 m³. Crude oil is converted to barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) at 1 barrel per 1 BOE and conversion of gas is at 6,000 ft³ per 1 BOE.


20. Forward-looking Statements
Path: MD&A / FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

... fluctuations; (b) changes in demand for the company’s products; © currency exchange rate fluctuations; (d) results of drilling and production; (e) reserve estimates; (f) loss of market share and competition in the sector; (g) environmental and material risks; (h) risks related to finding assets and property to be acquired, and success in negotiation and closure of such transactions; (i) economic and financial market conditions in various countries and regions; (j) political risks, delay or acceleration...


21. Key Risk Factors
Path: MD&A / KEY RISK FACTORS

... June 2009 and March 2011) by Ernst & Young to ascertain its compliance with best practice. The Gazprom Neft IRMS was acknowledged as compliant with international practice for construction of Enterprise Risk Management systems. . The ‘Risk Book 2010-2011’ was complied. A Business monitoring technique for Gazprom Neft Group was designed and formalized; six-monthly monitoring of key risks and subsidiary/associate risks was enacted. Quantitative assessment was carried out for the top 10 risks at six...


22. 2011 – Key events
Path: MD&A /  2011 – KEY EVENTS

... JSC Gazprom) and two fields — Kapitonovskoye and Tsarichanskoye — were purchased; 100% of Sibir Energy’s capital was consolidated; Interest in NIS was increased to 56.15%; A lubricant manufacturing plant was purchased in Moscow Region; Drilling work started at Iraq’s Badra field; The possibility of arranging yearround exports of oil by sea from the Novoportovskoye field in northern Yamal Peninsula via the Ob River bay was confirmed; An isomerization plant came into operation at the Yaroslavl Refinery;...


23. Operating indicators & analysis
Path: MD&A / FINANCIAL APPENDICES / OPERATING RESULTS / OPERATING INDICATORS & ANALYSIS

... by PRMS classification as stated in the table differ from those stated in the Group’s consolidated reports in the section giving additional information on activities related to exploration and production of oil and gas. The indicators used in the additional information were prepared to meet the requirements of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), where calculations must use the 12-month average price as of the first day of each month in the reporting period. Reserves measured by the PRMS...


24. Operating results
Path: MD&A / FINANCIAL APPENDICES / OPERATING RESULTS

....0% in 2011 compared to 2010 as a result of higher prices for crude oil and petroleum products and of increased purchase volumes. The price of Urals crude oil rose by 39.4% in 2011, compared to 2010. The cost of purchased oil, gas, and petroleum products rose by 39.8% in 2010 compared to 2009 as a result of rising crude oil and petroleum product prices, with a consequent growth in sales. Production & refining costs 2009 2010 2011 Changes, % 2011/2010 Changes, % 2010/2009 Hydrocarbon production costs...


25. Financial indicators
Path: MD&A / FINANCIAL INDICATORS

... Change, % 2011/2010 Change, % 2010/2009 Financial efficiency by adjusted EBITDA, % 24.84% 22.09% 23.00% 0.9 (2.7) Financial efficiency by net income, % 12.76% 10.45% 12.65% 2.2 (2.3) Return on assets (ROA), % 12.07% 10.88% 16.11% 5.2 (1.2) Return on equity (ROE), % 18.58% 17.18% 24.28% 7.1 (1.4) Return on average capital employed (ROACE), % 15.44% 15.83% 20.98% 5.1 0.4 Liquidity   2009 2010 2011 Change, % 2011/2010 Change, % 2010/2009 Current liquidity ratio 1.15 1.44 2.05 0.4% 0.2% Fixed-term...


26. Health and Safety
Path: Social Responsibility / HEALTH AND SAFETY

For Gazprom Neft, implementation of a leadership strategy is not only about achievement of the best production and financial performance. Upscaling of the business and achievement of new production horizons also require further improvement in the quality of environmental management and work to raise levels of safety in the workplace. Gazprom Neft is pursuing the ambitious goal of joining the leading global petroleum producers in terms of the standards of industrial...


27. Environmental Safety
Path: Social Responsibility / ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

... Environmental risks generated by negative impact of Company production facilities on the natural environment are controlled at all stages of environment management, from risk detection to monitoring to enforcement and control over preventive and corrective action. Such efforts require mobilization of considerable funds, which are invested to develop and adopt innovative technologies, upgrade production equipment, prepare project documents, conduct on-site environmental monitoring and monitoring of the...


28. Work with Media & Government
Path: Social Responsibility / WORK WITH MEDIA & GOVERNMENT

... Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, and Rostekhnadzor (the industrial standards agency) to assist a transition from directives to objectives as the basis for safety regulation at processing and petrochemical facilities. The new approach will allow more flexibility in selection of project solutions, reduce capital construction costs, and improve levels of quality and safety. Gazprom Neft, together with other oil companies, has also been involved in negotiations with the Government...


29. Human resource development
Path: Social Responsibility / HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

... established, setting the same clear and transparent principles at all business units for regulating remuneration, training and employee assessment. The grade system has been adopted by all main business units throughout the Company. In 2011, a large-scale project was carried out to move the corporate headquarters of Gazprom Neft from Moscow to St. Petersburg. This involved the transfer of 670 employees in a short period, and special attention was paid to creation of a suitable compensation system...


30. Training & Development
Path: Social Responsibility /  TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

... helps to plan technical training based on the results of employee testing. During the year, more than 200 profiles were prepared in the oil refining segment, and the system now has a total of 500 profiles. Increasing use is made of distance learning techniques for employees. Growth in the share of employees who underwent training in the reporting year, as well as the ultimate share, provides an indication of training and development success. The growth at Gazprom Neft amounted to 0.1% in 2011, and...


31. Interaction with Shareholders & Investors
Path: Shareholder Information / Interaction with Shareholders & Investors

... relations studies by independent agencies as well as awards to the Company for its achievements in investor relations. Since 2008, the Company has organised investor conference calls with top investment managers on a regular basis. Since 2008, Gazprom Neft has published quarterly MD&As as an attachment to its US GAAPcompliant financial reports. Since 2009, the Company has published statistical reference books (Databook and Datafeed) to assist in-depth analysis of its operations. The Company arranges meetings...


32. Large transactions & related-party transactions
Path: Appendix / Large transactions & related-party transactions

In 2011, JSC Gazprom Neft was not party to any transactions that could qualify as large transactions under effective Russian law. List of related party transactions in 2011, approved by governing bodies of JSC Gazprom Neft ¹ Name of counterparty Object and main terms of the transaction Related party in the transaction Minutes...


33. Addresses & contacts
Path: Appendix / Addresses & contacts

... Petersburg, Ul. Pochtamtskaya, 3-5 WEB ADDRESSÒ http://www.gazprom-neft.ru/ INFORMATION SERVICE Tel.: +7 (812) 363-31-52 Tel.: +7 (800) 700-31-52 (free call in Russia) Fax: +7 (812) 363-31-51 E-mail: info@gazprom-neft.ru PRESS SERVICE Media enquiries Tel.: +7 (812) 363-31-52 Fax: +7 (812) 363-31-51 E-mail: pr@gazprom-neft.ru SHAREHOLDER RELATIONS Corporate Regulation Department Tel.:+7 (812) 363-31-52 Fax:+7 (812) 363-31-51 E-mail: shareholders@gazprom-neft.ru INVESTOR RELATIONS...


34. Disclaimer
Path: Appendix / DISCLAIMER

... expectations of the Company’s executive management. Such estimates are not based on any actual circumstances, and they include all statements concerning the Company’s intentions, opinions or current expectations as regards its activities, financial situation, liquidity, future growth, strategy, and the industry in which Gazprom Neft operates. By their very nature, such forward-looking statements are exposed to risks and factors of uncertainty because they describe events and depend on circumstances that...


35. Glossary: Key Terms, Definitions & Acronyms
Path: Appendix / Glossary

2D, 3D Seismic exploration. ADR of Gazprom Neft American Depositary Receipt, issued on shares of Gazprom Neft. One ADR is equivalent to five common shares of Gazprom Neft. APS Associated petroleum gas – a form of natural gas. Asia Pacific The Asia-Pacific region. This includes the nation states of continental Asia, the Americas and the Pacific Rim. Associate company, associate...


36. Additional Information
Path: Appendix / Additional Information

... types of petroleum products as a percentage of the crude oil duty, as shown in the table below: 2011 2012 2013 Light and medium distillates 0.67 0.64 0.60 Fuel oil 0.47 0.53 0.60 From May 2011, a restrictive duty was imposed on exports of saleable gasoline, equal to 90% of the crude export rate, in order to address gasoline shortages in the domestic market. From June 2011, the same duty was placed on exports of straight-run gasoline. In August 2011, the Federal Government Decree No. 1155 of December...


37. KEY INFORMATION
Path: MD&A

... account of the density of crude oil at each of our fields. Purchased petroleum, and other operating figures in barrels, are converted to barrels at 7.3 bbl per ton. Cubic meters are converted to cubic feet at 35.31 ft³ per 1 m³. Crude oil is converted to barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) at 1 barrel per 1 BOE and conversion of gas is at 6,000 ft³ per 1 BOE. Forward-looking statements This Report contains forward-looking statements concerning the financial position, operating results...


38. Dividend History
Path: Shareholder Information / Dividend History

... to high standards of corporate governance: The Company accepts the principle that dividend payments should grow in line with the Company’s net profits. The Company’s Regulation on Dividend Policy can be viewed on the Company’s website, as can the history of dividend payments by Gazprom Neft; Paying dividends as quickly as possible: In the reporting year, Gazprom Neft transferred all dividend amounts that were payable to the accounts of its minority holders in August 2011. The Annual General Meeting...


39. Compliance with the code of corporate conduct
Path: Shareholder Information / COMPLIANCE WITH THE CODE OF CORPORATE CONDUCT

Corporate governance at Gazprom Neft is based on an unfailing respect for shareholder rights, a high quality of investment planning, a logical system of internal audits and risk management, a high degree of financial and information transparency, and a professional and efficient Board of Directors. The Company unfailingly observes the provisions...


40. Debentures
Path: Shareholder Information / Interaction with shareholders & investors

... terms that impose certain restrictions on corporate performance ratios such as consolidated EBITDA to consolidated interest payable, consolidated loan debt to consolidated net asset value, and consolidated loan debt to consolidated EBITDA. The Company complied with all such requirements as of December 31, 2011. Loan agreements with Sberbank of Russia were signed in December 2011; these funds are expected to be drawn mainly during the first and second quarters of 2012. Financing plans in 2012 Gazprom...


41. Information about changes in the constitution of the Company’s Board during the reporting year
Path: Corporate Governance /  INFORMATION ABOUT CHANGES IN THE CONSTITUTION OF THE COMPANY’S BOARD DURING THE REPORTING YEAR

... sponsorship for sports clubs in Gazprom Neft operating regions (Zenit Soccer Club, and SKA Ice-Hockey Club). As a tool that aims to keep Directors informed about the Company’s operating results, the Articles and Regulationa concerning the Management Board of Gazprom Neft require that the Directors should receive quarterly MD&A reports.


42. Total remuneration paid to directors & members of the management board
Path: Corporate Governance / TOTAL REMUNERATION PAID TO DIRECTORS & MEMBERS OF THE MANAGEMENT BOARD

By resolution of the General Meeting, the Directors who are not employed in executive positions at the Company (Nonexecutive Directors), received payments for their work in 2010 equal to 0.005% of EBITDA as per consolidated US GAAP financial reports filed by Gazprom Neft for 2010. In addition to this base remuneration, the Directors received additional remuneration for the functions of Chairman of the Board (50% of remuneration...


43. The internal audit department
Path: Corporate Governance /  THE INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT

... documents to regulate activities of the Internal Audit Department; Functional management of regional internal audit units; Methodological support and occupational training for employees of the Internal Audit Department and of regional internal audit units; Quality control of the internal audit function Subordination of the internal audit service, interaction with the issuer’s Management Board and the Board (Supervisory Council): the Internal Audit Department reports directly to the Company’s CEO. The...


44. Share market & capitalization
Path: Shareholder Information / SHARE MARKET & CAPITALIZATION

... 2011 was USD 23.68 bn. The investment community singled out the following key external factors as having a positive influence on prices for shares of Gazprom Neft: The Company’s record-breaking cashflow performance and improved efficiency in capital investments; New production assets of good quality; Successful operation of mature fields; Technology superiority of the Company’s refining capacity; Development of premium sales channels; High standards of information disclosure and management dialog...


45. Depositary receipt program
Path: Shareholder Information / DEPOSITARY RECEIPT PROGRAM

Programs of American and Global Depositary Receipts (ADRs and GDRs) issued on Company shares continued in 2011. The receipts were traded on over-the-counter markets in the US, the UK, Germany and elsewhere. One ADR is equivalent to five common shares of Gazprom Neft. At the end of 2011, the total number of ADRs issued on common shares was equivalent to 93 mn shares (2.0% of the Company’s registered capital). Trading in Gazprom Neft ADRs amounted to USD 1,209 mn...


46. Power Generating & Energy Saving
Path: Social Responsibility / POWER GENERATING & ENERGY SAVING

... Neft’s consumption of electrical energy, mn kWH Source: Company data download xls Key energy-saving measures: Reducing electricity consumption by pumps, air cooling devices, transformer substations and compressors through the installation of energy-saving equipment, including frequencyadjusted drives; Increasing thermal exchange processes and more complete fuel combustion in furnaces; Optimizing the recovery system during primary crude refining, and using secondary energy resources; Using energy-efficient...


47. Internal Corporate Communications
Path: Social Responsibility / Internal Corporate Communications

In 2011 Gazprom Neft paid a great deal of attention to developing systems of internal corporate communications, with the aim of supporting continuous dialogue between management and employees, improving the quality of the working environment, and perfecting management processes within the company. Such exchange of information within the company should enable more effective discussion of subjects that are important to both parties. The strategy for internal...


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49. Font Face Demo

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50. Company History
Path: Company / Company History

... Good resource potential, efficient refining capacities and professional management ensured rapid development of the Company. Sibneft management worked hard to modernise production, introduce the latest technology and optimize business processes. A proactive acquisition policy rapidly expanded the Company’s production territory (in Tomsk and Omsk Regions, and Chukotka Autonomous District) and the Company’s sales network (Sverdlovsk and Tyumen Regions, Krasnoyarsk Territory, and the cities of St. Petersburg...