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Gazprom Earned $ 26 Billion for the First Half a Year
10.11.2011 10:11
Gazprom Earned $ 26 Billion for the First Half a Year

Gazprom profit for the first half a year 2011 has made up 785.2 billion Rubles (about $ 26.17 billion). It let the concern to earn 4.3 billion rubles a day. It is 4.6 times more then for the same period 2010, when Gazprom profit was 508.3 billion Rubles (about $ 16.94 billon).  The information about the finance results are published on the company’s site.

The largest volume of gas was supplied by Gazprom to Russia, it made up 154.2 billion of cubic meters, the index has risen less then on 5%. About 86.6 billion of cubic meters of gas was sold to Europe (the growth on 10 billion). About 46.8 billion of cubic meters was delivered to CIS countries, the growth on 15.2 billion).

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Gazprom profit    

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