List of Gazprom subsidiaries

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Russian energy company Gazprom has several hundred subsidiaries and affiliated companies owned and controlled directly or indirectly. The subsidiaries and affiliated companies are listed by countries. The list is incomplete.

Russia[edit]

100% ownership[edit]

  • Astrakhangazprom
  • Bashtransgaz
  • Burgaz
  • Ecological and Analytical Center for the Gas Industry
  • Gazpromexport
  • Gazflot
  • Gazkomplektimpex
  • Gaznadzor
  • Gazobezopasnost
  • Gazoenergeticheskaya Kompaniya
  • Gazprom Export - an export arm of Gazprom
  • Gazprom Dobycha Shelf - a potential new holder of Shtokman's license[1]
  • Gazpromavia
  • Gazpromenergo
  • Gazprominvestarena
  • Gazprominvestholding
  • Gazpromokhrana
  • Gazpromrazvitiye
  • Gazpromstroyengineering
  • Gazsvyaz
  • Informgaz
  • Informgazinvest
  • Irkutskgazprom
  • IRTs Gazprom
  • Kaspiygazprom
  • Kavkaztransgaz
  • Kubangazprom
  • Lentransgaz
  • Mostransgaz
  • Mezhregiongaz
  • Nadymgazprom
  • Nadymstroygazdobycha
  • NIIgazekonomika
  • Novy Urengoy Gas Chemicals Company
  • Noyabrskgazdobycha
  • Science & Production Center Podzemgidromineral
  • Orenburggazprom
  • Permtransgaz
  • Podzemgazprom
  • Rosneftechim
  • Samaratransgaz
  • Severgazprom
  • Severneftegazprom – holder of the licenses to develop the Yuzhno-Russkoye field
  • Sevmorneftegaz - holder of the licenses to develop the Shtokman and Prirazlomnoye fields.
  • Surgutgazprom
  • Szhizhenny gaz
  • Tattransgaz
  • Temryukmortrans
  • Tomsktransgaz
  • TyumenNIIgiprogaz
  • Tyumentransgaz
  • Uraltransgaz
  • Urengoygazprom
  • Volgogradtransgaz
  • Volgotransgaz
  • VNIIGAZ
  • Yamalgazinvest
  • Yamburggazdobycha
  • Yugtransgaz

Ownership over 50%[edit]

  • Dialoggazservice
  • Ditangaz
  • Electrogaz
  • FC Zenit Saint Petersburg (76%) - a football/soccer club who plays in Russian Premier League.[2]
  • Fora Gazprom
  • Future Fatherland Fund
  • Gazenergoservice
  • Gazcom
  • Gazmash
  • Gazprombank
  • Gazpromgeofizika
  • Gazprom Neft
  • GazpromPurInvest
  • Gazpromtrubinvest
  • Gazprom YRGM Trading (100% - 1 share owned by BASF) - gas trader for purchasing gas from Sevmorneftegaz[3]
  • Gaztelekom
  • Giprogaztsentr
  • Giprospetsgaz
  • Krasnoyarskgazprom
  • Orgenergogaz
  • Gazprom Promgaz
  • SeverEnergia
  • SevKavNIPIgaz
  • Sibur
  • Tsentrenergogaz
  • Tsentrgaz
  • VNIPIgazdobycha
  • Volgogaz
  • Volgogradneftemash
  • Vostokgazprom
  • Zapsibgazprom
  • Zarubezhneftegaz

Ownership 50% or less[edit]

  • Achimgaz (50%) - joint venture with BASF
  • Caspian Oil Company
  • GazAgroFriport
  • Gaztransit
  • Gaz-Truby
  • Horizon Investment Company
  • Mosenergo (49.9%)
  • Novatek (19.9%)
  • Prometey-Sochi
  • RNKB
  • Rosneftegazstroy
  • Rosshelf
  • SOGAZ Ltd. Insurance Group (100% before 2004)
  • Stroytransgaz
  • TsentrKaspneftegaz (50%) - joint venture with Lukoil to develop Tsentralnaya field in the Caspian Sea (jointly with KazMunayGas)
  • Tyumen Hotel
  • Vega Investment Company
  • VIP-Premier
  • Vologdapromresurs
  • YuzhNIIGiprogaz
  • Zavod TBD

Armenia[edit]

Austria[edit]

  • ARosgas Holding AG (100%) - Gas marketing[4]
  • Centrex Europe Energy & Gas AG (100%) - owned through Gazprombank[5]
  • GHW (50%)- a joint venture with OMV for gas trading
  • Sibneft Oil Trade GmbH (100%) - an oil trading company owned through Gazprom Neft[4]
  • Vienna Capital Partners (???%) - financial advisor and investor [4]
  • ZGG-Zarubezhgazneftechim Trading GmbH (100%) - a gas trading company
  • ZMB Gasspeicher Holding GmbH (66.67%) - 33.3% owned by Centrex Europe Energy & Gas AG[6]

Belarus[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

  • Topenergo (100%) - gas trading and transport
  • Overgas Inc. AD (50%) - a joint-venture with Overgas Holding AD for the gas trading

Cayman Islands[edit]

  • ZGG Cayman Holding Ltd. (100%) - investment company[4]
  • ZGG Cayman Ltd (100%) - investment company[4]

Cyprus[edit]

  • Ecofran Marketing Consulting & Communication Services Company Limited
  • GASEXCO Gas Exploration Company Ltd.
  • Greatham Overseas Limited
  • Private Company Limited by Shares GPBI (Cyprus) Ltd.
  • Leadville Investments Ltd (100%) - investment company
  • MF Media Finance (Overseas) Limited
  • Odex Exploration Ltd. (20%) - oil exploration[4]
  • NTV World Ltd. - media company
  • Siritia Ventures Ltd. - investment company

Czech Republic[edit]

Estonia[edit]

Finland[edit]

France[edit]

Germany[edit]

Gibraltar[edit]

  • Bleakend Holdings Limited

Greece[edit]

Hungary[edit]

  • Panrusgáz (40%) - trading and transport of natural gas[4]
  • Borsodchem (25%) - petrochemicals
  • TVK (13.5%)
  • DKG-EAST Co (38.1%) - oil and gas equipment manufacturing
  • Gazkomplekt KFT
  • NTV Hungary Commercial Limited Liability Company[4]

Ireland[edit]

  • GPB Finance Plc. - investment company

Israel[edit]

  • N.T.V. Global Network (Israel) Ltd.

Italy[edit]

Kazakhstan[edit]

Kyrgyzstan[edit]

  • GazPromNeftAzia
  • Kyrgyzgas : in December 2012, Kyrgyzstan has offered Gazprom the option to buy 75% of the national gas company Kyrgyzgas for just $1, to help the struggling Kyrgyz firm settle its debt woes and cut the republic’s dependence on gas imports.[8]

Latvia[edit]

Lichtenstein[edit]

  • IDF Anlagegesellschaft - investment company (holding via Siritia Ventures Ltd., Cyprus)[4]

Lithuania[edit]

Moldova[edit]

  • Moldovagaz (50%) plus 13.44% through debt shares of Tiraspoltransgaz.

Netherlands[edit]

  • Brochan B.V.
  • BSPS B.V. (50%) - operator of the Blue Stream pipeline
  • Gazinvest Finance B.V.
  • Gazprom Finance B.V.
  • Gazprom EP International B.V. (100%)
  • Gazprom Sakhalin Holdings B.V. - owns 50%+1 share in Sakhalin Energy, the operator of the Sakhalin-II oil and gas field
  • NTV Plus B.V.
  • NTV-НТВ Holding and Finance B.V
  • PeterGaz B.V.
  • Sib Finance B.V.
  • West East Pipeline Project Investment (100%) - construction and investment company[4]

Nigeria[edit]

Poland[edit]

  • EuRoPol Gaz (48%) – operator of the Polish section of Yamal-Europe pipeline registered name: SYSTEM GAZOCIĄGÓW TRANZYTOWYCH "EUROPOL GAZ" SPÓŁKA AKCYJNA
  • Gas Trading (18.4%) - gas trading (exact name not found in registers) registered name: WARSAW GAS TRADING SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ

Romania[edit]

  • WIEE Romania SRL (50%) - gas distribution
  • WIROM Gas S.A. (2&%) - gas trading, controlled through WIEH[4]

Serbia[edit]

  • YugoRosGaz (50%) - gas trading and transport
  • Progress Gas (50%) - gas trading

Slovakia[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

  • Tagdem (7.6%) - gas trading

Switzerland[edit]

Turkey[edit]

Ukraine[edit]

  • YuzhNIIgiprogaz

United Kingdom[edit]

  • Gazprom UK Ltd (100%)- investment company
  • Gazprom Marketing and Trading Limited (GM&T) (100%) - energy trading
  • HydroWingas (25%) - gas trading
  • Interconnector (UK) Limited (10%) - operator of the Interconnector pipeline
  • Sibur International (100%) - petrochemicals
  • WINGAS Storage UK Ltd. (33%) - underground gas storage reconstruction[4]

Virgin Islands[which?][edit]

  • Benton Solutions Inc.
  • Media Financial Limited
  • Nagelfar Trade & Invest Ltd.
  • NTV Media International Limited
  • Sib Oil Trade (100%) - oil trading[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New owner of Shtokman license". Barents Observer. 2009-02-18. Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
  2. ^ "Gazprom fuels Zenit dream". UEFA.com. 
  3. ^ "Gazprom and BASF Form Gas Trading Unit". Downstream Today. 2007-11-27. Retrieved 2007-11-28. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Andreas Heinrich, Koszalin (2008-02-05). "Gazprom’s Expansion Strategy in Europe and the Liberalization of EU Energy Markets" (PDF). Russian Analytical Digest (Research Centre for East European Studies) (34 Russian Business Expansion). Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  5. ^ "Gazprom and Austrian companies extend contracts for Russian natural gas supply to Austria till 2027". Gazprom. 2006-09-29. Archived from the original on 2008-04-11. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  6. ^ "ZMB Gasspeicherholding GmbH". ZMB GmbH. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  7. ^ [1] VEMEX About company
  8. ^ "Gazprom to Buy the Kyrgyz National Gas Firm for $1". The Gazette of Central Asia (Satrapia). 21 December 2012. 
  9. ^ "Medvedev Discusses OPEC in Angola". The Moscow Times. 2009-07-01. Retrieved 2009-07-03. 
  10. ^ "Gazprom stirs racism talk with new gig". Upstream Online (NHST Media Group). 2009-07-01. Retrieved 2009-07-03. 
  11. ^ Stanislav Danák (2005-01-24). "Methodology for Evaluation of Costs associated with Storage of Natural Gas". ERRA - Tariff/Pricing Committee. Retrieved 2007-07-02. 
  12. ^ Ferris-Rotman, Amie (2008-02-21). "Gazprom confirms Shtokman LNG export start in 2014". Reuters. Retrieved 2008-02-21. 
  13. ^ "Eni, Gazprom set up company for South Stream gas pipeline". CNBC. 2008-01-18. Retrieved 2008-01-21. [dead link]
  14. ^ "Shell first to end Botas gas monopoly in Turkey". Reuters. 2007-02-02. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 

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