GZPFY - PJSC Gazprom Neft

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31.19
+0.07 (+0.22%)
At close: 10:07AM EDT
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Previous close31.12
Open31.20
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range31.19 - 31.20
52-week range23.00 - 33.50
Volume2,514
Avg. volume1,428
Market cap29.993B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.42
PE ratio (TTM)2.52
EPS (TTM)12.40
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.26 (4.05%)
Ex-dividend date2019-06-28
1y target estN/A
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  • Russia's Gazprom Neft urges OPEC to raise oil output
    Reuters

    Russia's Gazprom Neft urges OPEC to raise oil output

    OPEC and non-OPEC producers should raise oil production starting from the second half of the year to balance the market and keep prices at an acceptable level, Alexander Dyukov, the head of Russia's Gazprom Neft, said on Friday. An oil price at $55-$65 per barrel is "acceptable" for Russian producers, he told reporters, adding that the company is ready to quickly restore its oil output, curbed by a global agreement.

  • Reuters

    Oil settles lower as U.S. inventories disappoint market

    Crude prices declined slightly on Wednesday as U.S. government data showed inventories drew down less than an industry report had suggested on Tuesday. Brent crude rallied to its highest level this year early in the session, bolstered by an unexpected drop in U.S. crude inventories reported by trade group the American Petroleum Institute late on Tuesday. Brent crude futures settled down 10 cents at $71.62 a barrel.

  • Russia's Gazprom Neft sees global oil deal ending in mid-2019
    Reuters

    Russia's Gazprom Neft sees global oil deal ending in mid-2019

    Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of Russian gas giant Gazprom, expects the global oil deal between OPEC and its allies to end in the first half of the year, a company official said on Tuesday. Vadim Yakovlev, first deputy CEO of Gazprom Neft, said the global oil alliance should still remain in place, at least in the form of coordination between the world's top global oil producers. In that case, our oil production will be higher by around 1.5 percent from last year," he told reporters in the Russian Arctic town of Salekhard.

  • Reuters

    Global oil output deal has not been fulfilled by all countries - Gazprom Neft

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Obligations under the global oil output deal between OPEC and several other oil exporters have not been completely fulfilled by all parties, including Russia, the head of Russia's Gazprom ...

  • Reuters

    Russia's Gazprom Neft sticking with plan to raise oil output in 2019

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian oil producer Gazprom Neft (SIBN.MM) will keep its plan to raise oil output by 50,000 barrels per day in 2019 regardless of the outcome of talks between OPEC and other oil producers, ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Gazprom Neft's thirst for oil shows Russian dilemma on OPEC pact

    In the green-to-golden steppe some 1,500 km east of Moscow, a unit of Gazprom Neft , Russia's third-biggest oil producer, is drilling hard as it eyes a production hike of 20 percent a year, developing once-forgotten and depleted fields. Next (Frankfurt: 779551 - news) week in Vienna, OPEC and non-OPEC producers, led by Saudi Arabia and Russia respectively, will discuss whether - and by how much - their joint output could be curbed to prop up oil prices.

  • Exclusive - Russia clashes with Western oil buyers over new deals as sanctions loom
    Reuters

    Exclusive - Russia clashes with Western oil buyers over new deals as sanctions loom

    Russian energy majors are putting pressure on Western oil buyers to use euros instead of dollars for payments and introducing penalty clauses in contracts as Moscow seeks protection against possible new U.S. sanctions. Seven industry sources told Reuters that Western oil majors and trading houses have clashed with Russia's third and fourth biggest producers, Gazprom Neft and Surgutneftegaz, over 2019 oil sales contract terms during unusually tough annual renegotiation in recent weeks. The development mirrors a similar stand-off between Western buyers and Russia's top oil producer, Rosneft (ROSN.MM).

  • Exclusive: Russia clashes with Western oil buyers over new deals as sanctions loom
    Reuters

    Exclusive: Russia clashes with Western oil buyers over new deals as sanctions loom

    Russian energy majors are putting pressure on Western oil buyers to use euros instead of dollars for payments and introducing penalty clauses in contracts as Moscow seeks protection against possible new U.S. sanctions. Seven industry sources told Reuters that Western oil majors and trading houses have clashed with Russia's third and fourth biggest producers, Gazprom Neft and Surgutneftegaz, over 2019 oil sales contract terms during unusually tough annual renegotiation in recent weeks. The development mirrors a similar stand-off between Western buyers and Russia's top oil producer, Rosneft (ROSN.MM).

  • Reuters

    Gazprom CEO says output up this year -RIA

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Gazprom's (GAZP.MM) output in the last nine and a half months is up by 6.8 percent year on year and the Russian gas producer expects production close to 500 billion cubic metres (bcm) ...

  • Associated Press

    Russia to resume gas imports from Turkmenistan

    ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan (AP) — The head of Russia's giant state-controlled gas company says it plans to resume imports from Turkmenistan after a three-year break over a pricing dispute.

  • Reuters

    Germany says Russian gas pipeline needed to ensure supply

    The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is important to secure German energy supplies and Russia is a safe and reliable provider, Thomas Bareiss, Germany's state secretary for energy, said. U.S. President Donald Trump has said the project increases reliance on Russian gas and has warned Western firms invested in it that they are at risk of sanctions. Gas is due to start flowing to Europe through the pipeline at the end of 2019 and will allow Russia's Gazprom (GAZP.MM) to stop piping gas via Ukraine where it has clashed with authorities over pricing and other issues for years.

  • Is PJSC Gazprom Neft (MCX:SIBN) As Strong As Its Balance Sheet Indicates?
    Simply Wall St.

    Is PJSC Gazprom Neft (MCX:SIBN) As Strong As Its Balance Sheet Indicates?

    PJSC Gazprom Neft (MCX:SIBN), a large-cap worth RUруб1.55t, comes to mind for investors seeking a strong and reliable stock investment. Most investors favour these big stocks due to their strongRead More...

  • Should You Be Happy With Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom Gazoraspredelenie Rostov-na-Donu’s (MCX:RTGZ) Performance Lately?
    Simply Wall St.

    Should You Be Happy With Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom Gazoraspredelenie Rostov-na-Donu’s (MCX:RTGZ) Performance Lately?

    Assessing Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom Gazoraspredelenie Rostov-na-Donu’s (MCX:RTGZ) past track record of performance is an insightful exercise for investors. It allows us to reflect on whether or not theRead More...

  • These Are the Biggest Natural Gas Producers in the World
    Motley Fool

    These Are the Biggest Natural Gas Producers in the World

    Drill down into the global natural gas market.

  • How Did Russia’s Gas Goliath Get Beaten by Its David?
    Bloomberg

    How Did Russia’s Gas Goliath Get Beaten by Its David?

    Imagine a decade from now, U.S. giant Exxon Mobil Corp. has been knocked from its perch as the world’s largest oil company by its rival from tiny Portugal -- about 20 times smaller. It seems unlikely, but something equally strange has just happened in Russia. State-run Gazprom PJSC -- the world’s biggest natural gas producer -- was surpassed in market capitalization by the much smaller Novatek PJSC.

  • Reuters

    Nord Stream 2 pipeline on track despite sanctions risk, operator says

    MOSCOW/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The Nord Stream 2 pipeline to transport Russian gas to Germany is progressing on schedule, its operator said on Friday, with European investors still committed to the project despite criticism from the United States and the threat of sanctions. Berlin and Moscow have been at odds since Russia annexed Crimea four years ago, but they have a common interest in the Nord Stream 2 project. The pipeline will allow Russia to bypass Ukraine, where its gas giant Gazprom has faced past disruptions.

  • Reuters

    Russia's Gazprom says takes pause on external debt market over legal risks

    Russia's Gazprom (GAZP.MM) said on Friday it was taking a pause in using some of its debt tools but the gas giant said it had not suspended its loans programme and still had access to private loans. Gazprom suspended its external borrowing programme this year because of a deepening legal dispute with Ukraine's Naftogaz over gas supplies, banking sources said this month. A London court in June froze the firm's assets in Britain at the request of Naftogaz.

  • Reuters

    Russia's Gazprom to take pause on external debt market

    Gazprom said on Friday it was taking a pause from using some of its debt tools but the Russian gas giant said it had not suspended its loans programme and it still had access to private loans. Gazprom suspended its external borrowing programme this year because of a deepening legal dispute with Ukraine's Naftogaz over gas supplies, banking sources said this month. A London court in June froze the firm's assets in Britain at the request of Naftogaz.

  • Reuters

    Polish gas company PGNiG could increase network investment

    Polish gas company PGNiG (PGN.WA) expects to spend more than 7.5 billion zlotys (1.54 billion pounds) on its distribution network by 2022, its chief executive said, after shareholders recently voted in favour of investment over dividends. In a vote on July 20, shareholders of the state-controlled company, Poland's dominant gas provider, voted to allocate 2017 net profit to reserve funds, freeing it up to be used for investment. "As long as our owners will not require dividends, we will certainly invest in distribution, even over the figure of 7.5 billion over the period by 2022," Chief Executive Piotr Wozniak told a conference call with analysts.

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