Surgutneftegas (Russian Сургутнефтегаз ) is one of the largest gas and oil production companies of Russia, headquartered in the Siberian Surgut. The company is listed in the RTS index system on the Russian Trading. Director General of Surgutneftegas is Vladimir Bogdanov (2006).

About the ownership structure of the company, there is little clarity. According to the company were at the beginning of 2005, 15.7 % of the shares held by ING Bank ( Eurasia ) (Russian ИНГ Банк ( Евразия ) ), a further 7.7 % belonged to the International Bank of Moscow ( Международный московский банк ). According to the Russian political scientist Stanislav Belkovsky Vladimir Putin holds approx. 37 percent of the shares of Surgutneftegaz. Evidence for his assertions could not specify Belkovski but.

Company activity

The production capacity of the Group are located mainly in the territory of Khanty-Mansiysk (West Siberia). According to the company, these amount to about 2.5 billion tons of oil equivalent.

Surgutneftegas has a refinery in Kirishi ( St. Petersburg area ), and its own facilities for gas processing. A number of subsidiaries located in the European part of Russia is active in the distribution area, " Pskownefteprodukt ", " Kaliningradnefteprodukt ", " Twernefteprodukt " and " Nowgorodnefteprodukt ". Moreover, the company has its own research institute - the Institute " SurgutNIPIneft ".

2005, the company promoted 63.9 million tons of oil and 14.4 billion cubic meters of gas. The proceeds in 2005 was 319.6 billion rubles (about € 9.4 billion ) and net profit at 87 billion rubles (about 2.6 billion euros ). In recent years Surgutneftegas skimp on cash to a considerable extent - at the beginning of the year 2006 were those at about 13 billion U.S. dollars.

The company markets outside Russia one of its raw materials by the resident of Switzerland company Gunvor.

2006 was founded the Surgutneftegas union Profswoboda for bad payment of crane operator Alexander Sacharkin.

In March 2009, Surgutneftegas took over for 1.4 billion euros, which was sold by the Austrian energy company OMV 21.2 % stake in the Hungarian oil company MOL.