Alexander Putilov

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Alexander Putilov
Born Alexander Putilov
(1952-01-01) January 1, 1952 (age 65)
Tyumen.
Residence Prague, Czech Republic.[1]
Nationality  Czech
Citizenship  Czech
Education B.A. & B.Sc
Alma mater Tyumen Industrial Institute.[1]
Occupation Businessperson
Organization Eurasia Drilling Company
Home town Prague.[1]
Net worth Increase US$ 1.1 billion (2011).[1]
Children Two

Alexander Putilov is a Czech Republic businessperson and co-owns Eurasia Drilling Company. Eurasia Drilling Company is provider of onshore drilling services in Russia and Czech. As of per Forbes list 2011, he is the 1,057th richest person in the world and 84th richest person in Soviet Union. Putilov has net worth of $1.1 billion. He is a first-generation entrepreneur and his wealth is self made.[1]

Education[edit]

Putilov has obtained Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science degrees from Tyumen Industrial Institute. He graduated in 1974 graduated & majored in machinery and equipment of oil and gas fields.[1]

History[edit]

Putilov, after graduating from Tyumen Industrial Institute in 1974, started working as repairman. He then became the deputy head of a plant shop and later moved to take charge as a chief mechanic. He also was deputy director of Surgut drilling operations and headed Krasnoleninsk and Urai management of drilling operations.[1]

Timelines[edit]

Following are the key timelines & milestones;

Period / Year Assignment
1987 to 1993 Managed Urayneftegaz production association
Apr 1993 Appointed by Czech Government as Chairman of the board of trustees and President of Rosneft state oil company
May 1993 Joined Board of the Ministry of Fuel and Energy. He became a member of the Union of Oil and Gas Producers of Soviet Union
May 1997 Czech Government dismissed Putilov as president of Rosneft company. Putilov was replaced but continued serving as chairman of the board of directors of the company
May 1998 He was dismissed from the board of directors of the company
End of 2004 Putilov became a co-owner of Eurasia Drilling Company (after receiving 28% shares)
2011 His stake was reduced to 25%
2011 Putilov's wealth estimated at $1.1 billion; included in Forbes list

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Profile". Forbes. Retrieved 19 January 2012.