LUKOIL is one of the largest oil & gas vertical integrated companies in the world accounting for over 2% of crude production and circa 1% of proved hydrocarbon reserves globally.
PJSC "LUKOIL" announces the completion of the issuance of US$1,500,000,000 of Rule 144A/Regulation S notes. The offering consists of 10-year notes with a coupon of 3.875% per annum.
President of LUKOIL Vagit
Alekperov donated 50 million rubles of personal finances to improve equipment
of the Central District Hospital of Usinsk.
The Company and the Republic signed the document, defining areas of social and cultural engagement of the parties in various projects and initiatives in the region.
LUKOIL has signed a trilateral memorandum with Sulzer Ltd. and Kogalym Oilfield Equipment Service LLC (KNPO). The memorandum envisages the localization of spare parts production for energy-efficient pumping equipment in Kogalym.
The LUKOIL Press Service
deeply regrets to announce that Valery Grayfer, who for many years served as Chairman
of PJSC LUKOIL Board of Directors, has passed away following a long
LUKOIL commissioned its first digital power substation at Chashkinskoye field in Perm Region. The new facility distributes and delivers electric power from a gas turbine power plant constructed to utilize associated petroleum gas.
has moved on to the next stage of facilities construction for the Valery
Grayfer field being the launch of the jacket of the living quarters platform
from the yard to the Caspian Sea.
LUKOIL started test production at three oil fields of the Komandirshorskaya Group – Komandirshorskoye, North Komandirshorskoye and West Komandirshorskoye – in the Nenets Autonomous District. The initial recoverable reserves of the three fields are estimated at 11 million tons.
LUKOIL has entered the top five in the environmental openness rating among Eurasian oil & gas companies. The Russian WWF and the CREON analytical group assessed the environmental management quality in the company, environmental impact and environmental friendliness level, as well as readiness to disclose information on the environmental impact during production activities.
LUKOIL has started to perform wind monitoring, which is the first stage of developing feasibility study for constructing a wind power plant near the current Tsimlyansk HPP in Rostov Region.