Russia's gas conglomerate Gazprom removes the list of subsidiaries from its website

The list of subsidiaries and affiliates disappeared from the website of Gazprom, reported Deutsche Welle.

Previously, the list contained 161 companies, including defunct companies and technical structures. At the moment, the page of subsidiaries reports that “the list of organizations controlled by Gazprom JCS is published in the Quarterly Report”.

In February 2018, the Stockholm Arbitration Court obliged Gazprom to pay the Ukrainian company Naftogaz US $4.63 billion for the pumping of 110 billion cubic meters of gas per year as envisaged in the transit contract. In December 2017, the Arbitration Court had awarded Gazprom US $2 billion in a dispute between the companies under a contract for gas supplies in 2009. This, after this amount was removed from the total, Naftogaz was to receive US $2.56 billion dollars from the Russian monopoly.

The Arbitration Court also ordered Gazprom to transport 110 billion cubic meters of gas per year through Ukraine until the end of the transit agreement in 2019, or else pay for the shortfall.

  Ukraine, Gazprom, Naftogaz of Ukraine, Stockholm Arbitration Court