Gazprom is a global energy company focused on geological exploration, production, transportation, storage, processing and sales of gas, gas condensate and oil, sales of gas as a vehicle fuel, as well as generation and marketing of heat and electric power.Gazprom views its mission as ensuring a reliable, efficient and balanced supply of natural gas, other energy resources and their derivatives to consumers.
Gazprom’s strategic goal is to strengthen its leading position among global energy companies by diversifying sales markets, ensuring energy security and sustainable development, improving operating efficiency and fulfilling its scientific and technical potential.Gazprom holds the world’s largest natural gas reserves. The Company’s share in the global and Russian gas reserves amounts to 16 and 71 per cent respectively.
As the world’s leading gas producer, Gazprom accounts for 12 per cent of the global gas output and 68 per cent of domestic gas production. At present, the Company is actively implementing large-scale gas development projects in the Yamal Peninsula, the Arctic shelf, Eastern Siberia and the Russian Far East, as well as a number of hydrocarbon exploration and production projects abroad.
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Pursuant to the Russian Government's Resolution in furtherance of the relevant Presidential Decree, Gazprom Gas Concern is reorganized into Russian Joint Stock Company Gazprom.
Gazprom's privatization starts.
The first joint of the Yamal – Europe gas pipeline is welded in Belarus.
Pursuant to the decision of the General Shareholders Meeting, Gazprom is reorganized into an open joint stock company.
Alexey Miller is elected as Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee.
The Company starts commercial gas supplies via Blue Stream.
Gazprom's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipment is brought by an LNG carrier to a regasification terminal in the United States.
Gazprom's first LNG cargo is delivered to the Asian market. The cargo is purchased by Japan.
Russia's first liquefied natural gas plant is brought into operation in Sakhalin.
Gazprom starts producing gas and gas condensate from the Valanginian deposits of the Zapolyarnoye field.
The Zapolyarnoye field is brought to its full capacity – 130 billion cubic meters of gas per year – and becomes the most productive field in Russia.
Gazprom and CNPC ink the Heads of Agreement for gas deliveries to China via the western route.
The Bovanenkovskoye field's new production capacities and the Bovanenkovo – Ukhta 2 gas pipeline enter operation.
The TurkStream gas pipeline, which has two strings with a combined throughput capacity of 31.5 billion cubic meters, is put into operation. The first string is delivering gas to Turkey, while the second string is intended for southern and southeastern Europe.
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Chairman, Russian Special Presidential Representative
Deputy Chairman of the Management Committee
Chairman of Legal Entities
Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
A delegation of the Government of the Russian Federation led by Dmitry Chernyshenko, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, today paid a visit to the Tsarskoe Selo State Museum Preserve. Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, took part in the event.
Alexey Miller acquainted the delegation with the main charity projects implemented by Gazprom in St. Petersburg. Particular attention was paid to the restoration of the historical appearance of the Catherine Palace at the Tsarskoe Selo Museum, the conservation of the Chinese Palace in Oranienbaum, the full-scale recreation of the Poltava ship of the line, and the urban improvement program for the historical center of St. Petersburg.
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