Rosneft is a public company of the Rosneft Group of Companies, a Russian oil and gas company controlled by JSC Rosneftegaz. In 2013, it became the world's largest oil producer. According to the magazine "Expert", in 2017, the company ranked third among Russian companies in terms of revenue. The headquarters are in Moscow. It was included on the Fortune Global 500 list in 2017 (158th place).
It was proven by the SEC classification that, as of December 31st 2017, the hydrocarbon reserves of the PJSC Rosneft Group of Companies amounted to 39.907 billion barrels in oil equivalent. (5.395 billion tonnes of oil equivalent).
Based on the results of 2017, the reliability of the PJSC Rosneft Group of Companies proved its hydrocarbon reserves, which according to the SEC classification is about 20 years worth.
Rosneft's net profit under the IFRS for the nine months of 2017 was $2 billion, which corresponds to the same period of 2016. Revenues from sales and income from associates and joint ventures increased by 43.7% to $76.3 billion from $53.1 billion.
Rosneft is an international brand, widely known outside of Russia.
Rosneft Shares and asset prices
Rosneft shares were included in the quotation list on the Moscow stock exchange on 11th December 2006, and on 9th June 2014 they were already included in the First level.
Today, Rosneft shares are traded on Russian and foreign markets, as well as on the over-the-counter market, in the form of CFDs for shares. In Russia, company shares are traded on the Moscow Stock Exchange. Shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange for the Western market.
The average annual growth in Rosneft's share prices in the period from 2006 to 2018 was about 13.1%.
Shares of Rosneft in RUB from 2016 to the end of 2017 increased by 22.8%, from 237.43 RUB to 291.5 RUB.
Such profits could be obtained by investing in the purchase of these shares without credit leveraging. If you use credit leveraging (for example, 1 to 5), then the profit could be increased to 114%. This is a reasonable figure for 12 months, which is incomparable with the profitability of bank deposits.