OGZPY - Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom

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6.19
+0.09 (+1.48%)
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Previous Close6.10
Open6.16
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range6.15 - 6.22
52 Week Range4.13 - 6.27
Volume290,728
Avg. Volume623,711
Market Cap67.755B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.88
PE Ratio (TTM)1.85
EPS (TTM)3.35
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.24 (4.78%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-07-18
1y Target Est9.80
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  • Reuters2 days ago

    Gazprom chief says slight changes to Nord Stream 2 timings possible - Ifax

    Slight changes to the schedule of Russia's Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project to Germany are possible, Alexey Miller, chief executive of Gazprom, the Russian state gas producer leading the project, was quoted as saying on Sunday. Delays in obtaining permits from Denmark could cause the launch of the project to be delayed from late 2019 to 2020, Interfax cited Nord Stream 2 AG, the project's operator, as saying on Friday. "Even if some situations occur, it's important to understand that they could affect the project's deadlines, but in a very, very insignificant way," Miller was cited by Interfax as saying in a television interview due to be aired later on Sunday.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Russia's Gazprom considers Linde, Shell technologies for Baltic LNG

    Russian gas producer Gazprom is considering using technology made by industrial gases group Linde or Royal Dutch Shell at its Baltic LNG project, Gazprom board member Vitaly Markelov said on Tuesday. Russia ...

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Gazprom shares surge on full-year dividend hike

    Gazprom shares surged by the most in over a decade on Tuesday after the Russian gas giant announced a sharp rise in 2018 dividend payment. Sberbank, the country’s biggest lender remains the biggest with a market capitalisation of Rbs4.92tn. The share price jump came after Gazprom’s management proposed raising dividends for last year to Rbs16.61, more than twice the payout in 2017 and ahead of the Rbs10.43 per share the company guided last month.

  • The European Gas Game Is About To Change
    Oilprice.com11 days ago

    The European Gas Game Is About To Change

    A consolidation phase in former Soviet Union nations could provide an opportunity for both Russia and European gas buyers are big contracts are about to be closed

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Fire breaks out on gas pipeline in Russia's Urals region

    A fire broke out on a major gas pipeline in the Urals region of Russia, Interfax news agency reported on Monday, citing an unnamed source in the emergency services. Gazprom, which operates the pipeline ...

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Record Russian gas sales to Europe help Gazprom profits double

    Russian gas producer Gazprom doubled its annual net profit last year, led by record sales to Europe despite pressure on EU states to diversify away from Russian energy imports. Gazprom is also working on contingency plans in case the undersea Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline to Germany is delayed and talks on a new gas transit deal with Ukraine fall through, a spokesman said after the company released its annual results on Monday. Gazprom is a lynchpin of Russia's commodity-dependent economy with its sales accounting for over 5 percent of the country's $1.6 trillion annual gross domestic product.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Russia's Gazprom discusses gas deliveries to China with CNPC

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian gas producer Gazprom has discussed gas deliveries to China with China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), Gazprom said in a statement on Thursday. The company also said it ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Foreign companies queue up to sue cash-strapped Turkmenistan

    A deal for Russia's Gazprom to resume buying gas from Turkmenistan came not a moment too soon for the Central Asian state because it is so short of foreign currency that a number of foreign companies have taken it to court over unpaid bills. Turkmenistan's economy had boomed until 2015, supported by high energy prices and gas exports, and the government awarded megaproject contracts for new factories and highways.

  • Exclusive: Arrival of Putin's judo partner squeezed Shell out of LNG project - sources
    Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: Arrival of Putin's judo partner squeezed Shell out of LNG project - sources

    LONDON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell pulled out of a project to build a Russian liquefied natural gas plant partly because Gazprom suddenly added another partner with links to an ally of President Vladimir Putin, according to five sources. After three years work on the Baltic Coast project, Shell discovered that Gazprom was bringing in a company linked to Arkady Rotenberg, who is on a U.S. sanctions blacklist. The sudden change in the line-up of partners was one of the key factors contributing to Shell's Wednesday announcement that it was pulling out of the project, according to three sources close to Shell and two other sources familiar with the project.

  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: Arrival of Putin's judo partner squeezed Shell out of LNG project: sources

    LONDON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell pulled out of a project to build a Russian liquefied natural gas plant partly because Gazprom suddenly added another partner with links to an ally of President Vladimir Putin, according to five sources. After three years work on the Baltic Coast project, Shell discovered that Gazprom was bringing in a company linked to Arkady Rotenberg, who is on a U.S. sanctions blacklist. The sudden change in the line-up of partners was one of the key factors contributing to Shell's Wednesday announcement that it was pulling out of the project, according to three sources close to Shell and two other sources familiar with the project.

  • Reuterslast month

    Gazprom poised to rely on Linde after Shell left LNG project - sources

    Russian gas giant Gazprom is poised to rely on industrial gases group Linde as a technology supplier for its major liquefied natural gas (LNG) project after Royal Dutch Shell left it, sources close to the project said. On Wednesday, Shell, the Anglo-Dutch major which has a long history of energy cooperation with Russia, said it had decided to leave the Baltic LNG project on the Russian Baltic coast which it had been discussing with Gazprom for several years. Its decision left open a question about the availability of technology for the project which Shell had been expected to provide.

  • Reuterslast month

    Shell exits Gazprom-led LNG project in Russia

    ST PETERSBURG/LONDON, Russia (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell has decided to exit a Baltic liquefied natural gas (LNG) project led by Russian state gas major Gazprom on the Russian Baltic coast. The development comes as Western firms struggle to expand in Russia because of pressure from sanctions imposed by the United States, while for Gazprom it could mean limited access to Shell's technology as well as the need to fund the project without the help of the Anglo-Dutch major. Shell, which has a long history of energy cooperation with Russia, said earlier it was studying the possible implications of a recent decision by Gazprom to move towards the full integration of its Baltic LNG and gas processing plants.

  • 7 Stocks From Around the World That Beat U.S. Stocks
    InvestorPlace2 months ago

    7 Stocks From Around the World That Beat U.S. Stocks

    Emerging market stocks have always offered a viable alternative to domestic investments. However, the attractiveness for this sector recently jumped this year. Shocking geopolitical developments, concerns about the technical stability of benchmark indices, and the superior value proposition for the developing world have all contributed to the bullishness.Right off the bat, the most-talked-about controversy is special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion with Russia. For several months, the media hyped up the divisive matter. But in the end, Mueller found nothing incriminating against President Trump. That news makes Russian companies among the best stocks for upside speculation.Another tailwind for emerging market stocks is slowing technical momentum with domestic indices. While the Dow Jones has gained over 12% this year, the index hasn't gone anywhere since mid-February. This lack of decisiveness worries market observers, considering the fluctuating dollar and the inverting of the yield curve.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsFinally, emerging market stocks represent a smarter choice for discerning investors. No matter how you look at it, the Dow is relatively close to its peak valuation. On the other hand, several developing-world names are well-off their highs. Simply put, it's more palatable to buy companies on the rise than hope an established stalwart continues to impress. * 10 Tech Stocks That Transformed Their Business Here are the seven best stocks from the emerging market: Gazprom (OGZPY)Source: Shutterstock Among emerging market stocks, none received as much attention over the past week as publicly-traded Russian companies. Both during the presidential campaign trail and after the election, a cloud of controversy surrounded anything related to Russia. But with Mueller's investigation finding nothing, we can start the path toward reconciliation.That begins with allowing Russians to do what they do best: energy and commodities. In this segment, no bigger name in the Motherland exists than Gazprom (OTCMKTS:OGZPY). Primarily, I like OGZPY stock as a speculative play because it tends to operate under the radar.Nevertheless, Gazprom is one of the best stocks in the oil and energy sectors. Geographically, it has a moat because it feeds both Europe and Asia. With oil prices steadily rising over the last several weeks, I'd take a long look at OGZPY stock. Qiwi (QIWI)Source: Shutterstock As a Russian online payment company, Qiwi (NASDAQ:QIWI) enjoys two benefits. First, the obvious one: QIWI stock is levered to fintech, which represents a tremendously popular industry. The second benefit is its locale.Let me explain:Several emerging market stocks hail from parts of the world that are off the beaten path. Naturally, they provide tourists with a more memorable trip, often at a much cheaper price. However, poor infrastructure has prevented would-be adventurers from diving in. * 10 F-Rated Stocks to Sell in This Narrow Market Qiwi's payment services help make westerners and other foreign guests comfortable in Russia and eastern Europe. Essentially, the company allows tourists to enjoy their technological creature comforts while expanding their global itinerary. This is an under-appreciated tailwind that could lift QIWI stock from its current consolidation pattern. Icici Bank (IBN)Source: Shutterstock As things currently stand, Icici Bank (NYSE:IBN) is one of the best stocks to buy, and not just within the developing world. Year-to-date, IBN stock is up over 11%, and in March alone, shares shot up over 15%.But unlike other streaking names, I don't expect Icici to flame out once investor sentiment has died down. For one thing, I doubt that sentiment will meaningfully decline for any lengthy period of time. India has a population size of 1.34 billion, rivaling China's massive workforce.Better yet, India's worker demographic skews young. That fact will become even more important as the years go by. Its regional competitors feature demographics that are conspicuously older.Naturally, this new generation of workers will need to do their banking somewhere. That's where Icici Bank steps in, and which is why I like IBN stock for the long term. Cemex (CX)Source: Dan Davison via Wikimedia (Modified)I'm going to say what very few want to admit: Donald Trump is winning. But a key area where he falls short is his infamous border wall project. In the buildup to the 2016 election, the real-estate mogul promised multiple times to build the wall. But with a split government, that's a tough obstacle to pass.Just as notably, the Mexican government has rebuffed notions that they will pay for the project. Therefore, on paper, Cemex (NYSE:CX) doesn't appear well-positioned. Further adding to woes for CX stock is Mexico's own political turmoil. The country elected a new president late-last year who has promised much. However, critics remain skeptical about the new administration's ability to deliver.Admittedly, the nearer-term noise doesn't do any favors for CX stock. Still, I'd concentrate on longer-term drivers, such as Mexico's young working demographic. In 2015, the median age for Mexico was 27.5 years. Moreover, it won't hit a median age of 40 years until sometime between 2045 and 2050! * 7 Materials ETFs to Buy Today In other words, Mexico is almost guaranteed to be a relevant workforce for several decades. Therefore, don't get too discouraged about prospects for CX stock. Grupo Televisa (TV)Source: Shutterstock Speaking of a young Mexican demographic, Grupo Televisa (NYSE:TV) is another company that can take advantage of this dynamic. Not only does TV stock represent a massive presence in its home country of Mexico, it also levers substantial influence with Spanish-speaking Americans.Naturally, TV stock benefits from the fact that these folks have much to talk about. While Trump's "America First" message doesn't inherently help emerging market stocks, media firms feed on news, particularly the controversial variety. The President never disappoints in that department.But another less-appreciated factor is its current content moat. When Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) attempted to break into the Mexican market with an original reality TV show, they erred badly. Featuring a whitewashed cast, Mexican audiences decried the show as out of touch with reality.You just don't get that complaint with Grupo Televisa, which is why I like TV stock. Sibanye-Stillwater (SBGL)Source: Jeremy Vohwinkle via Flickr (Modified)Although emerging market stocks today are much more eclectic than they've ever been, they're still largely associated with commodities. However, I don't view this as a negative. On the contrary, mining companies like Sibanye-Stillwater (NYSE:SBGL) offer a hedge against our heavily-digitalized world.Thanks to the magic of financial engineering, most people go about their daily lives without worrying much about the economy. But if such measures fail, panic ensues. Thus, we have a great case for at least some gold exposure, which in turn benefits SBGL stock. * 7 Weak Blue-Chip Stocks to Trim Immediately But don't look at Sibanye-Stillwater as merely a showpiece for doomsday-bunker folks. Thanks to its significant operations in resource-rich South Africa, the company extracts many desired precious metals. As a result, I'd keep a close eye on SBGL stock. BRF S.A. (BRFS)Source: Shutterstock When you think about the top names in the food-processing sector, Brazil's BRF S.A. (NYSE:BRFS) doesn't come readily to mind. But that's only true if you're an American. If you're from virtually anywhere else, you'd probably recognize -- and enjoy -- the BRF brand.Moreover, you can expect BRFS stock to remain the world's breadbasket for quite some time to come. Like other Latin American countries, Brazil features a young demographic, with a median age of approximately 33 years. The resource-rich nation won't get old until around 2040, when the median age hits nearly 42 years.BRFS stock also represents a counterweight to the technological and digitalization revolution. While the latest app or AI innovation generates headlines, you can't eat them. Until we figure out that component, resource-related firms like BRF will still be among the best emerging market stocks to buy.As of this writing, Josh Enomoto was long gold. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Tech Stocks That Transformed Their Business * 8 Genomic Testing Stocks That Can Ease the Sting of Theranos * 7 Weak Blue-Chip Stocks to Trim Immediately Compare Brokers The post 7 Stocks From Around the World That Beat U.S. Stocks appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Oilprice.com2 months ago

    Russia Balks At Continued Oil Production Cut Alliance with OPEC

    Russia is dragging its feet over the oil production cut deal that it has reached with OPEC and other non-OPEC countries

  • Reuters2 months ago

    British court suspends Gazprom-Naftogaz case pending Swedish outcome

    MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) - The British High Court has suspended its case in a dispute between Russia's Gazprom and Ukraine's Naftogaz until an appeal process at a Swedish court is complete, Gazprom said in a statement on Thursday. The London court had granted a request by the Ukrainian state oil and gas firm to freeze the British assets of Gazprom to enforce an earlier arbitration ruling from Sweden. Naftogaz said in a separate statement that despite the case suspension, the court had told Gazprom not to withdraw its assets from the jurisdictions of England and the Netherlands.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Hungary to buy 2020 gas supplies early from Russia - minister

    Hungary has struck an agreement with Gazprom to buy and store its 2020 gas supplies earlier than usual this year to offset the risk of Russia failing to agree transit terms with Ukraine, state news agency MTI reported on Thursday. Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told MTI after meeting Gazprom chief executive Alexei Miller in Moscow that Hungary would continue to receive supplies from Austrian pipelines, which carry Russian gas piped through other routes.

  • Oilprice.com2 months ago

    Central Asia’s Biggest Energy Challenge

    Russia’s Lukoil has moved to acquire petroleum assets in Central Asia, a move that further complicates the region’s intricate energy political web

  • Oilprice.com2 months ago

    Pakistan Aims To Become A Natural Gas Hotspot

    Positioned perfectly in the Asian region, Pakistan is looking to open up its gas deposits to foreign companies to meet soaring global demand

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Serbia's TurkStream branch to impede competition - EU watchdog

    The European Union's energy watchdog said on Thursday a planned section of Gazprom's TurkStream pipeline set to carry Russian natural gas across Serbia to Europe will hurt competition in the region. Serbian energy regulator AERS gave Gastrans the go-ahead this week to proceed with the project, exempting it from the EU's Third Energy Package, a 2009 reform that sought to integrate the EU's energy market and boost competition. Gastrans is owned by Swiss-based South Stream Serbia, in which Russia's Gazprom holds a 51 percent stake and Serbia's gas monopoly Srbijagas the remainder.

  • Rigzone.com3 months ago

    LNG Keeping Gazprom Managers Up at Night

    A Gazprom board member said that increasing LNG competition is one thing causing sleepless nights for the firm's managers.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Gazprom grabs record share of Europe gas market despite challenges

    Russia's Gazprom increased its share of the European gas market last year despite a rising challenge from imports of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG), company officials told investors in Hong Kong on Tuesday. The meeting came a day after the surprise departure of deputy chief executive Alexander Medvedev who has spearheaded Gazprom's export efforts for the past 16 years. Gazprom's share of the European gas market rose to a record high 36.7 percent last year from 34.7 percent in 2017, the company said.

  • Gazprom exports chief Medvedev and another deputy CEO to leave
    Reuters3 months ago

    Gazprom exports chief Medvedev and another deputy CEO to leave

    Alexander Medvedev, Gazprom's long-standing deputy chief executive, who oversaw an increase in gas exports to Europe, has been relieved of his post, Gazprom said on Monday. Medvedev was a key figure in Gazprom's often hard negotiations with European countries over gas supplies, which became politicized after Moscow's annexation of Crimea in 2014.