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Public Joint Stock Company Transneft (TRNFP.ME)

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123,650.00+250.00 (+0.20%)
At close: 06:45PM MSK
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Previous close123,400.00
Bid123,650.00 x 200
Ask123,650.00 x 100
Day's range122,500.00 - 123,950.00
52-week range90,000.00 - 164,600.00
Avg. volume0
Market cap896.381B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.26
PE ratio (TTM)5.09
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield9,224.28 (8.27%)
Ex-dividend date19 Jul 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Russia hikes oil exports from major Eastern port to help offset EU ban

    Moscow has said it hopes to reroute energy exports from the West to Asia, but doing so via long tanker voyages from European sea ports is expensive and complicated by Western sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine, such as on shipping. Russia's pipeline monopoly Transneft has already increased the amount of crude pumped to Kozmino on its main Asian oil route, the East Siberia Pacific Ocean (ESPO) pipeline, by 70,000 barrels per day (bpd) by using chemical additives to speed up oil flows, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. Moscow also plans to send an extra 80,000 bpd of so-called ESPO Blend crude to Kozmino via rail from Meget, a route previously used to supply Kozmino and domestic refineries when the ESPO pipeline was being built, the sources said.

  • Reuters

    Factbox-Russian firms, entities halt publishing data amid sanctions

    In the wake of Western sanctions imposed on Russia after it sent troops into Ukraine, the central bank said it would allow companies to withhold financial results. Russian authorities are also allowing companies and banks to conceal information on securities issued and on their contractors. ENERGY MINISTRY - The Energy Ministry in April limited access to its statistics on oil and gas production and exports.

  • Reuters

    Russia's Transneft caps oil pipeline intake on brimming storage

    Russian oil exports are still flowing as sanctions imposed over the invasion of Ukraine, which Moscow calls a "special military operation", do not directly target the energy trade. However, difficulties with payments, insurance and shipping as well as curbs on dealing with several Russian oil suppliers forced many regular buyers to shun the market, leaving barrels unsold. Transneft has told several Russian oil firms it would limit intake to its system amid high volumes of stored oil, which affect flexibility and threaten normal operations, said the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.