OGK-2

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OJSC OGK-2
Native name
OAO Оптовая генерирующая компания № 2
OAO Optovaya Generiruyushchaya Kompaniya 2
Public (OAO)
Traded as MCXOGKB
Industry Electricity
Predecessor 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)
Increase US$99.1 million (2012)
Number of 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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