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2016-06-06 18:35:00

LUKOIL DOWN 59%

ЛУКОЙЛ: МИНУС 59%

LUKOIL published IFRS consolidated financial statements for 1Q 2016. Revenue was RUB 1,178 bln, EBITDA was RUB 145 bln, Profit for the period was RUB 43 bln. Excluding FX effect, EBITDA and Profit for the period were RUB 191 bln and RUB 79 bln, respectively.

Capital expenditures for 1Q 2016 were RUB 123 bln, free cash flow was RUB 36 bln.

In 1Q 2016, LUKOIL Group total hydrocarbon production (including our share in equity affiliates) increased by 0.5% y-o-y and reached 214.2 mln boe. Crude oil and NGL production was 183 mln bbl (-0.2% y-o-y). On an organic basis (excluding the impact of divestment of certain producing assets in Kazakhstan in 2015), oil production was up by 0.6% y-o-y with production decline at mature fields in Western Siberia more than offset by an increase in production in Iraq and projects in Timan-Pechora, Ural region and Northern Caspian in Russia.

 

KEY INDICATORS

Operating

1Q 2016

1Q 2015

Hydrocarbon production, mln boe

214

213

0.5%

of which crude oil and NGL, mln bbl

183

183

-0.2%

of which West Qurna-2, mln bbl

18

14

26.3%

Refined products produced, mln t

14.9

14.1

5.6%

       

Financials, RUB bln

     

Sales

1,178

1,440

-18.2%

EBITDA

145

214

-32.1%

EBITDA excluding FX effect

191

209

-8.5%

Profit for the period

43

104

-58.8%

Profit for the period excluding FX effect

79

99

-20.5%

Capital expenditures*

123

154

-20.5%

Free cash flow

36

63

-42.1%

Net debt

589

602

-2.2%

* Including non-cash transactions and prepayments 

 

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Earlier: 

LUKOIL & MEXICO COOPERATION 

OIL PRICE: $55 

LUKOIL STARTS KANDYM 

LUKOIL NET INCOME DOWN 26% 

LUKOIL SELLS ASSETS

 

 

 

 

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