GZPFY - PJSC Gazprom Neft

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23.70
-0.50 (-2.07%)
At close: 3:58PM EDT
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Previous close24.20
Open23.88
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range23.70 - 24.27
52-week range15.10 - 27.24
Volume1,412
Avg. volume2,820
Market cap22.631B
Beta1.01
PE ratio (TTM)2.74
EPS (TTM)8.65
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.82 (7.49%)
Ex-dividend date2017-12-28
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters - UK Focus17 hours ago

    Russia's Gazprom sees 2018 gas output rising to 475.8 bcm

    Russia's Gazprom, the world's biggest gas producer, expects to increase output by about 1 percent this year, Deputy Chief Executive Officer Vitaly Markelov has told an in-house magazine. Gazprom expects ...

  • Bloomberg22 hours ago

    Germany's $10 Billion Gas Bill Shows Perks of Close Russia Ties

    Are Berlin’s close energy ties with Moscow paying off?

  • Forbes10 days ago

    Is Germany Protecting Russia's Gazprom From Latest Anti-Trust Discovery?

    Someone within the EU's anti-trust body seems to have leaked some documents potentially damaging to Russia's Gazprom.

  • Forbes10 days ago

    Russia Ostracized By Washington, But What About Wall Street?

    Given all the negative headlines on Russia, and the threat of a proxy war against them in Syria, why own Russian stocks these days?

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Gazprom exports to non-CIS countries up 6.3 percent year on year so far in 2018

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Gazprom (GAZP.MM) said on Monday its natural gas exports outside ex-Soviet European countries and including Turkey totalled 62.2 billion cubic metres (bcm) between January 1 ...

  • Associated Press12 days ago

    Slovenia signs 5-year gas deal with Russia's Gazprom

    LJUBLJANA, Slovenia (AP) — Slovenia has signed a 5-year agreement with Russia's state monopoly Gazprom for the supply of gas, praising cooperation with Moscow despite a crisis over Syria.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    GAIL says LNG supply from Gazprom will start from May

    India's state-owned gas supplier and developer GAIL Ltd plans to buy 0.5 million tonnes or eight cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia's Gazprom in 2018/19, its chairman and managing director B.C. Tripathi said. "The cargoes will start coming from May," Tripathi told Reuters on Thursday at the International Energy Forum.

  • The Wall Street Journal16 days ago

    [$$] Trump’s Russia Blacklist

    New sanctions target Putin’s cronies in the pocketbook.

  • A look at some of the Russian officials hit by US sanctions
    Associated Press19 days ago

    A look at some of the Russian officials hit by US sanctions

    MOSCOW (AP) — Some of Russia's richest and most influential people were hit with sanctions Friday by U.S. President Donald Trump's administration.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    GAIL to start importing LNG under Gazprom deal from May

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - GAIL (India) to begin getting liquefied natural gas (LNG) under reworked deal with Gazprom from May, India's oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan told lawmakers on Wednesday. GAIL signed ...

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Exclusive - Gazprom set to gain EU antitrust approval with concessions: sources

    The European Union and Gazprom (GAZP.MM) are poised to settle a long-running antitrust case after the Russian gas company agreed to price reforms and to allow rivals to gain a foothold in eastern Europe, people familiar with the matter said. A decision by the European Commission could come as early as this month although the timing could still slip, the people said. A settlement would allow Gazprom to avoid a possible fine of as much as 10 percent of its global turnover.

  • Exclusive: Gazprom set to gain EU antitrust approval with concessions - sources
    Reuters22 days ago

    Exclusive: Gazprom set to gain EU antitrust approval with concessions - sources

    The European Union and Gazprom (GAZP.MM) are poised to settle a long-running antitrust case after the Russian gas company agreed to price reforms and to allow rivals to gain a foothold in eastern Europe, people familiar with the matter said. A decision by the European Commission could come as early as this month although the timing could still slip, the people said. A settlement would allow Gazprom to avoid a possible fine of as much as 10 percent of its global turnover.

  • Exclusive: EU antitrust regulators set to accept Gazprom concessions: sources
    Reuters22 days ago

    Exclusive: EU antitrust regulators set to accept Gazprom concessions: sources

    The European Union and Gazprom are poised to settle a long-running antitrust case after the Russian gas company agreed to price reforms and to allow rivals to gain a foothold in eastern Europe, people familiar with the matter said. A decision by the European Commission could come as early as this month although the timing could still slip, the people said. A settlement would allow Gazprom to avoid a possible fine of as much as 10 percent of its global turnover.

  • Oilprice.com24 days ago

    Will Gazprom Leave Ukraine Forever?

    The court case between Russia’s Gazprom and Ukrainian Naftogaz will have serious consequences for both countries, but a complete gas shutdown is unlikely at this moment

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Russia's Gazprom sees dividends on 2017 profit at $3.3 billion

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian gas company Gazprom (GAZP.MM) expects to pay dividends on its 2017 profit totalling 190 billion roubles (2.34 billion pounds), keeping payments to shareholders at the same level ...

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Gazprom says Stockholm ruling on gas sales to Ukraine will hit profit

    Russian gas giant Gazprom (GAZP.MM) expects its profit to take a hit from a ruling by Stockholm's arbitration court on gas deliveries to Ukraine, Chief Financial Officer Andrei Kruglov said on Thursday. It did not say which financial period would be affected. Gazprom decided not to restart supplies of natural gas to Ukraine after the international arbitration court earlier this year ordered the Russian company to pay $2.56 billion to Ukraine's Naftogaz after weighing mutual claims and counter-claims related to gas supplies and transit.

  • Oilprice.comlast month

    Can The U.S. Break Russia’s Gas Monopoly In Europe?

    As U.S.-Russian relations fall to Cold War level lows, Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry has suggested using U.S. LNG as a geopolitical weapon against Moscow

  • Reuterslast month

    Denmark faces dilemma over Russian gas pipeline

    BRUSSELS/COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark is under pressure to rule on whether a new Russian pipeline supplying gas to Germany can be built near its Baltic coast, a decision that puts it in the line of fire from friend and foe alike. Denmark does not want to act alone in resolving one of the biggest foreign policy quandaries that the small European Union nation has faced since the Cold War. The Danish government is facing fierce lobbying by Russia, EU allies and the United States over the 9.5 billion euro ($11.7 billion) Nord Stream 2 project championed by President Vladimir Putin and financed by five Western firms.

  • Oilprice.comlast month

    Russia-Ukraine Gas Spat Highlights Geopolitical Divide

    The latest gas dispute between Russia and the Ukraine shows that Russia cannot completely abandon the Ukrainian gas route as it continues to ship vast amounts of gas to Europe

  • Reuterslast month

    Russia's Gazprom to buy turbines from Siemens for Chechnya plant

    Russian gas giant Gazprom (GAZP.MM) said on Friday it has agreed to purchase two gas turbines from Germany's Siemens (SIEGn.DE) for installation at a power plant it is building in Russia's Caucasus Chechnya region. Siemens said last year that it was reviewing aspects of its dealings with Russia after claiming that four of its power-generating turbines meant for southern Russia had been delivered to Crimea, which is subject to European sanctions on technology supplies after Russia annexed the region.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK cut in Russia gas imports would be political gesture - Russian energy minister

    Any move by Britain to cut its gas imports from Russia would be "politically motivated", the Russian energy minister said on Thursday, amid a worsening rift between Moscow and London over the poisoning of a former Russian double agent in England. Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Wednesday that Britain would kick out 23 Russian diplomats, the biggest such expulsion since the Cold War, over the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter with a nerve agent. May has squarely blamed Russia for the attack and also said Britain was looking to reduce its gas imports from the country.

  • Reuterslast month

    Gazprom to cut hundreds of traders as Kremlin retreats from West

    Russian gas giant Gazprom will cut hundreds of jobs at its overseas trading and export offices, including Britain, and move them to St Petersburg, according to two sources familiar with the plan, which comes at a time of rising tensions with the West. One of the sources said the decision reflected a broader trend of Russian state firms retreating from the West as part of President Vladimir Putin's drive to repatriate capital to reduce exposure to sanctions and also shore up the domestic economy. "In Russia, this story can be sold as a job creation exercise on home turf.

  • Exclusive: Gazprom to cut hundreds of traders as Kremlin retreats from West
    Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: Gazprom to cut hundreds of traders as Kremlin retreats from West

    Russian gas giant Gazprom will cut hundreds of jobs at its overseas trading and export offices, including Britain, and move them to St Petersburg, according to two sources familiar with the plan, which comes at a time of rising tensions with the West. One of the sources said the decision reflected a broader trend of Russian state firms retreating from the West as part of President Vladimir Putin's drive to repatriate capital to reduce exposure to sanctions and also shore up the domestic economy. "In Russia, this story can be sold as a job creation exercise on home turf.

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