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|Traded as||MCX: KZBE|
|Sergey Nikolaevich Mikhailov (CEO)|
|Revenue||RUB30,617 million (2010)|
|RUB3,493 million (2010)|
|RUB2,166 million (2010)|
|Total assets||RUB33,768 million (2010)|
|Parent||Siberian Energy Investments Ltd.|
Kuzbassenergo OAO (also known as TGK-12) is a Russian joint-stock company specialized in the distribution of energy. The company's headquarters are located in the Russian city of Barnaul, in the Altai Krai region (Southwest Siberia). The company is controlled by Siberian Energy Investments Ltd., a holding company controlled by Andrey Melnichenko's company Donalink Ltd.
Kuzbassenergo's CEO is Sergey Nikolaevich Mikhailov.
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- "SUEK OAO Sells Its 50% Stake In Kuzbassenergo OAO-SKRIN". Reuters. 2011-04-25. Retrieved 2012-03-05.
- "SIBERIAN ENERGY INVESTMENTS LTD Increases Its Stake In Kuzbassenergo OAO-SKRIN". Reuters. 2011-04-25. Retrieved 2012-03-05.
- Kuzbassenergo website, Activity
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