Date: 10 months ago   Category: Energy

Gazprom will increase the investment program for 2018 by 17% — to 1,5 trillion rubles — Rambler News Service


Photo: RIA of News/maxims of Pancakes Gazprom will increase the investment program for 2018 by 217,498 billion rubles, or for 17%, in comparison with the investment program approved in December, 2017 — to 1,496 trillion rubles. It is said in the statement of the company following the results of a board meeting of gas holding which has approved updating of the investment program and budget for 2018. According to the draft of the investment program for 2018 in the new edition on projects of capital construction 984,263 billion rubles (growth by 185,835 billion rubles), are allocated for acquisition in the property of Gazprom of non-current assets — 84,806 billion rubles (growth by 43,823 billion rubles). The volume of long-term financial investments — 427,259 billion rubles (decrease by 12,16 billion rubles). According to the draft budget of Gazprom for 2018 in the new edition, the amount of external financial loans will be 518 billion rubles (growth by 101,029 billion rubles). "The accepted financial plan will provide a covering of obligations of Gazprom without deficiency, in full", - notes gas holding. Adjustment of parameters of the investment program for 2018 is connected, in particular, with increase in the volume of investment into priority projects of Gazprom in the field of transportation and the liquefaction of natural gas (LNG). Among them — development of the gas transmission system in the Northwest region of Russia and construction of a complex on production, storage and shipment of LNG around Portovaya compressor station. As earlier reported to RNS, the investment program of Gazprom for 2018 has been approved at the end of last year at the level of 1,279 trillion rub. The amount of external financial loans was planned at the level of 416,971 billion rubles. In October of last year Gazprom has increased the investment program for 2017 by 23,8% in comparison with the initial version - to 1,129 trillion rubles.

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