Regional Producers

Regional Producers

Atomenergoprom

Atomenergoprom was created by a Presidential Decree signed on 27 April 2007, following the adoption of a new law by the Russian Parliament on 19 January 2007.[1] On 7 July 2007, the corporate charter and board of directors were approved.[2] Atomenergoprom includes nuclear power plant operator Energoatom, nuclear fuel producer and supplier TVEL, uranium trader Tekhsnabexport (Tenex), nuclear facilities constructor Atomenergomash, international nuclear construction and project management concern Atomstroyexport, and uranium mining company ARMZ Uranium Holding Co. (Atomredmetzoloto).[2][3] Among the Unitary Enterprises corporatized in a transfer of shareholdings from the government to Atomenergoprom are Novosibirsk State Design Research Institute VNIPIET, Zarubezhatomenergostory All-Russian Production Association (Moscow), Lenatomenergostroy Specialized Construction-Installation Department (Sosnovy Bor, Leningrad region), Nizhniy Novgorod Research and Development Institute Atomenergoproekt, the Atom-Service department of Energoatom, Atomtekhenergro (Mytischi, Moscow Region), the Research and Development Institute for Nuclear Machinery Construction (VNIAEM, Moscow), Isotop All-Region Association (Moscow) and Atomspetstrans of Rosatom (Moscow).

Please visit their web site www.atomenergoprom.ru

Energoatom (Russia)

Energoatom is the Russian nuclear power station operations subsidiary of Atomenergoprom. The company was established on 7 September 1992 in Presidential decree No. 1055: "On operating organization of nuclear power plants in the Russian Federation". According to the decree on 8 September 2001 all Russian civil nuclear power plants as well as all supporting companies were incorporated into the then Rosenergoatom. On 19 January 2007 the Russian Parliament adopted the law "On the peculiarities of management and disposition of the property and shares of organizations using nuclear energy and on relevant changes to some legislative acts of the Russian Federation", which created Atomenergoprom - a holding company for all Russian civil nuclear industry; including Rosenergoatom, nuclear fuel producer and supplier TVEL, uranium trader Tekhsnabexport (Tenex) and nuclear facilities constructor Atomstroyexport.

In August 2008 Rosenergoatom was reorganized into an open joint stock company and renamed Energoatom. All shares of the company were transferred to Atomenergoprom by the end of 2008.

Energoatom currently operates 10 nuclear power plants with 31 reactors. There is a plan to increase the number of reactors in operation to 59 by 2030.

Energoatom is planning the production of floating mobile nuclear power plants to power towns on the north coast of Russia.

Please visit their web site www.rosenergoatom.ru

Inter RAO UES

RAO UES board voted to create Inter RAO in August 1996; the company actually formed in May 1997 with the purpose of consolidating energy generation and sales in foreign markets (former Commonwealth of Independent States, Scandinavia, China etc.).[2] It started operations in 2000.[3] In 2002 it expanded into international energy sales, and in 2003 invested US $350 million in foreign assets, notably the powerplants in Georgia. More acquisitions followed in Finland (2004), Tadzhikistan and Moldova (2005), Armenia (2006).

In July 2007 Inter RAO UES was included in the so-called first group of RAO assets. According to the program of RAO UES restructuring, these assets had to be separated from RAO UES; the government would have retained direct control over majority stock, while minority stock could be sold to private investors.[4] The second group of assets (notably RusHydro, consolidating the major hydroelectricity facilities) will remain a 100% state property. In March 2008 Vladimir Putin authorized transfer of 60% share from RAO UES to Rosatom.

Company strategy calls for increasing installed capacity to 30,000 megaWatts by 2015; this "will allow to hold a vital position on the target energy markets (Baltic and Scandinavian countries, Central and Eastern Europe, the Black Sea area, Central Asia and the Far East)."[5] As of July, 2008, all major assets are located outside of Russia, in 14 adjacent countries.

Please visit their web site www.interrao.ru

FGC UES

On 25 January 2002, the Board of Directors of RAO UES decided to establish FGC UES as a subsidiary of Unified Energy Sustem (RAO UES). On 25 June 2002, the official registration of FGC UES was took place.

As of 1 July 2008, FGC UES was spun-off from RAO UES. At the same time, a single operating company was created by merging with 54 companies operating transmission systems of former regional power utilities.[1] It took also over remain assets of RAO UES.

Please visit their web site www.fsk-ees.ru

Irkutskenergo

A hydroelectric company in Russia. The company's facilities are located on the Angara River, the only river that drains Lake Baikal, the deepest lake in the world.

The company owns three facilities on the Angara River: Irkutsk, Bratsk, and Ust-Ilimsk. It owns 9 thermal power plants, high voltage transmission network and standard transmission network companies.

The company's stock is owned 40% by the government of Russia. The stock is traded on the RTS and MICEX stock exchanges.

Please visit their web site en.irkutskenergo.ru

OGK-1

The First Generation Company of the Wholesale Electricity Market (OGK-1) is a large Russian company formed by merger of 6 electricity generation companies. About 92% of the company's stock is owned by OAO RAO UES of Russia, Russian state-controlled energy holding company.

In 2005, the following 6 power plants were merged into one company:
• Permskaya GRES – 2,400 MW,
• Nizhnevartovskaya GRES – 1,600 MW
• Iriklinskaya GRES – 2,430 MW
• Kashirskaya GRES - 1,580 MW
• Verkhne-Tagilskaya GRES – 1,497 MW
• Urengoyskaya GRES - 24 MW.

The installed capacity of all six thermal power plants is about 9,500 MW. This comprises about 5.5% of the generating capacity of RAO UES.


The power output of the OGK-1 power plants in 2006 was around 48 TW.

Please visit their web site www.ogk1.com

OGK-2

The Second Generation Company of the Wholesale Electricity Market (OGK-2) is a large Russian company formed by merger of 5 electricity generation companies. About 94% of the company's stock is owned by OAO RAO UES of Russia, Russian state-controlled energy holding company.

History and operation - In 2005, the following 5 power plants were merged into one company:
• Pskov GRES – 430 MW
• Serov GRES – 526 MW
• Stavropol GRES – 2,400 MW
• Surgut GRES - 2,059 MW
• Troitsk GRES – 3,280 MW

The installed capacity of all five thermal power plants is about 8,700 MW. This comprises about 5.1% of the generating capacity of RAO UES.


The power output of the OGK-2 power plants in 2007 was around 48 TWh.

Please visit their web site www.ogk2.ru

OGK-3

The Third Generation Company of the Wholesale Electricity Market (OGK-3) is a new Russian company formed by merger of 6 electricity generation companies. About 60% of the company's stock has been owned until recently by OAO RAO UES of Russia, Russian state-controlled energy holding company. On March 10, 2007 the Company announced that it would sell its new share issue to Norilsk Nickel, which will result in RAO UES's stake being diluted to 37% and Norilsk Nickel becoming the largest shareholder in the Company with over 45% stake. The stock is traded on the RTS and MICEX stock exchanges.

History and operations

In 2004, the following 6 power plants were merged into one company:
• Kostroma SDPP – 3600 MW, Kostroma
• Pechora SDPP – 1060 MW, Pechora
• Cherepetsk SDPP – 1425 MW
• Kharanorsk SDPP - 430 MW
• Gusinoozersk SDPP – 1100 MW
• Yuznouralsk SDPP - 882 MW.

The company's registered office is in Ulan Ude in Buryatia, the headquarters are located in Moscow.


The installed capacity of all six thermal power plants is about 8500 MW. This comprises about 5% of the generating capacity of RAO UES.


The power output of the OGK-3 power plants in 2005 was around 28 billion kWh

Please visit their web site www.ogk3.ru

OGK-4

The Fourth Generation Company of the Wholesale Electricity Market (OGK-4) (RTS:OGKD) is a large Russian company formed by merger of 5 electricity generation companies. 78.3% of the company is owned by the German concern E.ON, the rest of the shares are owned by minority shareholders.[1]

History and operations

In 2006, the following 5 power plants were merged into one company:
• Surgutskaya GRES-2 – 4,800 MW,
• Berezovskaya GRES – 1,500 MW
• Shaturskaya GRES – 1,100 MW
• Smolenskaya GRES - 630 MW
• Yajvinskaya GRES – 600 MW

The installed capacity of all five thermal power plants is about 8,630 MW. This comprises about 5% of the generating capacity of RAO UES.


The power output of the OGK-4 power plants in 2007 was around 54.5 TW.

Please visit their web site www.ogk-4.ru

OGK-5

The Fifth Generation Company of the Wholesale Electricity Market (OGK-5) is a large Russian company formed by merger of 4 electricity generation companies.
Since March 2008 the Italian company Enel ownes 59.8% of the company.

History and operations

In 2006, the following 4 power plants were merged into one company:
• Reftinskaya GRES – 3,800 MW,
• Sredneuralskaya GRES – 1,182 MW
• Nevinnomysskaya GRES – 1,290 MW
• Konakovskaya GRES - 2,400 MW

The installed capacity of all four thermal power plants is about 8,672 MW.


The power output of the OGK-5 power plants in 2007 was around 38.4 TWh.

Please visit their web site www.ogk-5.com

OGK-6

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
• Cherepovetsk GRES - 630 MW
• Cherepovetsk-24 GRES - 310 MW

The installed capacity of all six thermal power plants is about 9,052 MW.

This renders JSC “OGK-6” the fourth largest company by installed capacity size among all OGKs and TGKs created as a result of the reform of electric power industry in Russia. The total installed heat of JSC “OGK-6” plants amounts to 2,704 Gcal/hr.

The power output of the OGK-6 power plants in 2007 was around 32,065 millionkWh, which is 1,161 million kWh (3.53%) more than in 2006.


Investment activities of JSC "OGK-6" are divided into two segments: - major investment projects; - modernization of existing industrial capacities.


At present, OGK-6 is implementing four major investment projects approved by the Company’s Board of Directors in March 2007 totalling 54,191 million rubles.

Please visit their web site www.ogk6.ru

RAO UES

The Unified Energy System (OAO RAO UES of Russia; was an electric power holding company in Russia. It owned about 70% of Russia's installed electric capacity, 96% of high-voltage grid and over 70% of transmission lines. In addition to the Russian market, RAO UES exported electricity to the CIS and Scandinavia. The last head of RAO UES was Anatoly Chubais.

History

Unified Energy System of Russia was established on 15 August 1992 as an electric energy holding company. Most of the state-owned electric energy assets, such as thermal and hydroelectric power plants, transmission lines as well as state-owned shares in power companies, research and engineering companies and construction entities of the industry were transferred to RAO UES, with exception of assets related to the nuclear energy. In total, RAO UES owned more than 70 energy companies and more than 40 power plants with federal level importance. It also owned transmission system operator the Federal Grid Company (RAO FGC, current successor of RAO UES, and operator of Russia's wide area transmission network) and the System Operator - Centralized Dispatching Administration (OAO SO-CDA).

Please visit their web site www.rao-ees.ru

RusHydro

RusHydro, previously known as Hydro-OGK, is a Russian hydroelectricity company. As of 2008 it has a capacity of 25 gigawatts and is the country's largest power-generating company and the largest successor to RAO UES. The conglomerate, which is partly government-owned, underwent a major consolidation beginning in July, 2007.

Please visit their web site www.eng.rushydro.ru

Siberian Coal Energy Company

Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK) is the Russian largest coal producing corporation, which has affiliates and subsidiaries in Krasnoyarsk, Primorsky, and Khabarovsk Territories, Irkutsk, Chita and Kemerovo regions, Buryatia and Khakassia. In 2006 SUEK produced 89.7 million tons of coal. In addition to the coal mines, SUEK is a shareholder of several Siberian and Far-Eastern power companies.

In February 2007, SUEK and Gazprom agreed to establish a joint company on the basis of their electricity and coal assets. The shares of new company would have been divided on the basis of 50% plus 1 share to Gazprom and 50% minus 1 share to SUEK. However, that deal fell apart in June 2007.

Please visit their web site www.suek.ru

 



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