Gazprom Schweiz AG – a global energy company. The main activities – exploration, production, transportation, storage, processing and sale of gas, gas condensate and oil, marketing of gas as a motor fuel, as well as the production and sale of electricity and heat. Gazprom sees its mission in a safe, efficient and balanced supply of natural gas and other energy resources and their products.
LLP “Tengizchevroil” is the largest enterprise in Kazakhstan, carrying out exploration and development of the giant Tengiz field in Atyrau region. World standards of production safety, high performance in the field of environmental protection, as well as the reliability of industrial operations led to many years of successful activity of the enterprise.
– The company with 100% participation of PJSC Gazprom.
– In 2017, the volume of natural gas exports amounted to 179.8 billion cubic meters.
– The world’s largest exporter of natural gas.
– Supplies “blue fuel” to more than 20 countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Finland, France, Czech Republic , Switzerland, which is an essential element of Europe energy security.
– It sells gas condensate, oil, oil products, liquefied hydrocarbon gases and other products of oil, gas and petrochemical industries abroad.
– Conducts gas sales in new markets, optimizes export flows, analyzes and forecasts the gas market.
– Participates in the development and implementation of investment gas and gas projects of Gazprom Group in Russia and abroad.
– In the asset of the company the largest gas storage in Europe – “Reden” (jointly with the German company Wingas).
– In 2014, Gazprom and CNPC signed a contract for the supply of Russian gas to China in the amount of 38 billion cubic meters for a period of 30 years. Resource base is the deposits of Irkutsk and Yakutia gas production centers. Direct gas supplies to China will begin in 2019 and will be carried out by the “Siberia Power” gas transmission system.