In order to implement the state policy on the provision of high-quality housing, elimination of dilapidated housing and modernisation of housing and utilities, a state-run corporation known as the Housing and Utilities Reform Fund was established in 2007.

Currently, the Fund’s key objectives are:

  • implementation of the federal project Ensuring Sustainable Reduction of Uninhabitable Housing Stock, which is part of the Housing and Urban Environment national project and is aimed at rehousing 660,000 people from almost 12 million square meters of dilapidated dwelling space by 1 September 2025
  • participation in implementing the Pure Water and Clean Volga federal projects, which form part of the Ecology national project. These projects are aimed at providing more people in Russia with high-quality drinking water and at facilitating a three-fold reduction in the dumping of polluted sewage water into the Volga River.
Konstantin Tsytsyn — General Director, Housing and Utilities Reform Fund

SIBUR is the leader in the Russian petrochemical industry and one of the largest companies globally in this sector. It has more than 26,000 employees. The company’s unique vertically integrated business model allows it to create highly competitive products consumed in the chemical, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), automotive, construction, energy and other industries in 80 countries worldwide.

SIBUR helps to reduce CO2 emissions stemming from the burning of oil extraction by-products, such as associated petroleum gas (APG), by recycling them instead. In 2018, SIBUR processed 22.3 billion cubic metres of APG, which cut greenhouse gas emissions by 72 million tonnes, equivalent to the annual CO2 footprint of a mid-sized European country.

In 2018, SIBUR reported a revenue of USD 9.1 billion and adjusted EBITDA of USD 3.3 billion.

Dmitry Konov — Chairman of the Management Board, SIBUR Holding

TATNEFT is one of the largest oil companies in Russia that is steadily developing upstream and downstream operations, petrochemicals, tire manufacturing, and a network of fuel and service stations and service companies. TATNEFT also has a stake in the financial banking and insurance sector.
In order to gain a competitive edge, maintain its leading position in the industry and drive sustainable growth, the TATNEFT Group Strategy up to 2030 has been developed. This strategy is focused on maximizing the shareholder value of the company. The revised strategy calls for increased oil production up to 38.4 million tonnes of crude oil with a 100 percent reserve replacement rate, continued diversification of business, further growth in investment efficiency, reduction in the environmental footprint, and provision of a safe and healthy work environment.
The accomplishments attained in production operations, environmental compliance, and community support activities as well as the high level of corporate governance, openness and transparency of the company are highly valued by its shareholders, business partners and the investment community in general.

Nail Maganov — General Director of Tatneft

FGC UES (a member of Rosseti Group) is one of the world’s largest public electric grid companies based on power line length and transformer capacity. It was established in 2002 as part of the restructuring of the electric power industry, when it was designated monopoly operator of the Unified National Electric Grid. FGC’s area of responsibility covers 145.9 thousand km of high-voltage transmission lines and 958 substations with a total installed capacity of 352 thousand MVA. The company ensures that consumers in 79 Russian regions have access to a reliable energy supply. Rosseti owns 80.13% of shares in the company. FGC employs 22 thousand people.

Andrey Murov — Chairman of FGC UES Management Board