OGK-2

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OJSC "Wholesale Generation Company 2 of the Electricity Market"
Type Public (OAO)
Traded as MCXOGKB
Industry Electricity
Predecessor(s) RAO UES
Founded 2005 (2005)
Headquarters Solnechnodolsk, Moscow, Russia
Key people Stanislav V. Neveynitsyn (CEO)
Products Power and heat
Revenue Decrease US$3.4 billion (2012)
Net income Increase US$99.1 million (2012)
Employees 4,928
Parent Gazprom
Website www.ogk2.ru

OGK-2 is a Russian power generation company. Majority of the company's stock is owned by Gazprom.

History[edit]

In 2005, five thermal power plants with installed capacity about 8,700 MW were merged into single company. The power output of these plants in 2007 was around 48 TWh.[citation needed]

In April 2010, Gazprom, the major shareholder of OGK-2 and OGK-6, announced a plan to merge these companies.[1] OGK-2 issued 26.59 billion new shares (81.2% of existing share capital) which were used for conversion of OGK-6 shares at a ratio of 1.2141 OGK-6 to 1 OGK-2 share.[2] The merger was completed by 1 November 2011.[2][3]

Operations[edit]

OGK-2 operates following power stations:

  • Pskov GRES – 430 MW
  • Serov GRES – 526 MW
  • Stavropol GRES – 2,400 MW
  • Surgut GRES-1 - 2,059 MW
  • Troitsk GRES – 3,280 MW
  • Novocherkassk GRES – 2,112 MW,
  • Kirishi GRES – 2,100 MW
  • Ryazan GRES – 2,650 MW
  • Krasnoyarsk-2 GRES - 1,250 MW
  • Cherepovets GRES - 630 MW
  • GRES-24 - 310 MW (at Novomichurinsk; merged with Ryazan GRES in November 2008)

Installed capacity of the company is 17,750 MW.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Gazprom to Merge OGK 2 and OGK 6". The Moscow Times. 2010-04-04. Retrieved 2010-06-22. 
  2. ^ a b "OGK-2, OGK-6 complete merger". Interfax. 2011-11-01. Retrieved 2013-04-13. 
  3. ^ "Russia's OGK-2, OGK-6 to complete merger as of Nov 1". Reuters. 2011-10-03. Retrieved 2012-05-07. 

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