Fulfilment of 2017 goals and objectives

Level of fulfilment Goals and result

Expand effective cooperation with the authorities in the Russian regions and hold at least one comprehensive meeting on the Company's businesses

In 2017, the Company introduced a new tool for interaction with the regional authorities – meetings in key regions where the Company operates on a wide range of topical issues that affect bilateral cooperation. Such meetings were held in KMAD-Yugra and the Orenburg, Tyumen, Sverdlovsk, and Omsk Regions and were chaired by the heads or deputy heads of the regions. The format proved to be highly effective both in terms of quickly solving current problems involving cooperation as well as working out medium-term and long-term outlooks. Talks were held at international and Russian forums with government representatives from a number of regions of the Russian Federation on cooperation issues and joint solutions were developed for the comprehensive development of the regions

Documentation of the Company’s policy towards indigenous peoples of northern Russia

The Company approved the Policy for Interaction with Indigenous Minorities of the North, Siberia, and the Far East and the methodological document ‘Mechanisms and Main Focuses of Interaction with Indigenous Minorities of the North, Siberia, and the Far East’. A public presentation of the Policy was given at a joint meeting of the RUIE Committee on Corporate Social Responsibility and Demographic Policy and the RUIE Committee on Ecology and Nature Management

Conclusion of agreements on the import substitution of lubricants and process fluids with the governments of at least five regions of the Russian Federation

Agreements were concluded with the governments of seven regions: the Bryansk, Sverdlovsk, Sakhalin, Tomsk, Tyumen, and Ulyanovsk Regions and Krasnodar Territory

Conclusion of agreements on the supply of innovative bituminous materials produced by Gazprom Neft with the governments of at least five regions of the Russian Federation

Nine new regions were included in the cooperation programme for bitumen materials: the Tyumen, Tomsk, Sakhalin, Orenburg, Omsk, Sverdlovsk, and Ryazan Regions, as well as the Republic of Bashkortostan and KMAD-Yugra

Stimulation of high-quality systemic reforms of the social environment, maintaining and developing innovative solutions in the socioeconomic development of territories, and involving the authorities, business community, NGOs, and the local population in the reform process

Reforms are stimulated as part the Native Towns social investments programme. All stakeholders are involved in the process of reforming the social environment: government representatives, the business community, NGOs, and the local population. For more on the results of the programme, see the chapter ‘Results of Social Activities in 2017’ of this report

Development of the Avangard Hockey Academy interregional project, including the opening of two branches of the Academy in the YNAD (the cities of Muravlenko and Labytnangi)

Medium-term goal. In progress. Construction continued on the central complex of the Avangard Hockey Academy in Omsk in 2017. The complex is scheduled to be completed in September 2018. The academy’s branch in Muravlenko has been put into operation. The branch in Labytnangi is scheduled to open in 2018

Scaling the Native Towns programme at 13 of the Company’s subsidiaries

Regional social investment programmes have been implemented by 13 of the Company’s subsidiaries

Scaling of successful social projects in the regions, including the ‘Multiplying Talents’ tournament and the ‘Stenograffia’ festival

The ‘Stenograffia’ street art festival was first held in Tomsk in 2017. Schoolchildren from the Orenburg Region and Omsk took part in the ‘Multiplying Talent’ tournament on oil and gas subjects for high school students for the first time

Grant competitions for social initiatives in six regions where the Company operates (Omsk, Tomsk, Orenburg, and Tyumen Regions, YNAD, and KMAD-Yugra) with a grant fund of more than RUB 20 million and at least 85 completed projects

Grant competitions for social initiatives are held in all the listed regions. The grant fund totalled RUB 26 million and 112 projects were implemented

Third volunteer project contest with at least 30 initiatives implemented

The competition was held and 58 initiatives were implemented as a result

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