|Former type||Public (OAO)|
|Fate||Merged with OGK-2|
|Founded||16 March 2005|
|Defunct||1 November 2011|
|Key people||Alexey Mityushov (CEO)|
|Products||Power and heat|
|Revenue||US$1.5 billion (2007)|
History and operations
In 2006, the following 6 power plants were merged into one company:
- 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)
The installed capacity of all six thermal power plants was about 9,052 MW which made OGK-6 the fourth largest power company by installed capacity in Russia. The total installed heat of OGK-6 plants amounted to 2,704 Gcal/h. The power output of the OGK-6 power plants in 2007 was around 32.065 TWh.
In April 2010, it was announced that Gazprom, the major shareholder of OGK-2 and OGK-6, will merger OGK-6 into OGK-2 to create a single company with 10 power stations and a capacity of 17,750 MW. The merger was completed by 1 November 2011.
- "Gazprom to Merge OGK 2 and OGK 6". The Moscow Times. 2010-04-04. Retrieved 2010-06-22.
- "Russia's OGK-2, OGK-6 to complete merger as of Nov 1". Reuters. 2011-10-03. Retrieved 2012-05-07.