The 2012-net profit at TNK-BP lost 13% (IAS) to come to $7.584bn, the company informed.
The revenues reached $60.45bn; EBITDA moved down 7% to $13.3bn dur to the rise in export duties and taxes.
The money flow from operation activity rose 22% to $13.2bn; organic capital investments gained $5.9bn.
The crude output increased 1.8% to reach 2023ths barrel. The total reserves are appraised to achieve 9.8bn barrel.
TNK-BP (TIN 7225004092) was formed in 2004. It is ranked as the third largest oil company in Russia held by BP and AAP (Alfa Group /Access Industries/Renova). TNK-BP Holding keeps the major portion of the TNK-BP-owned assets including TNK, ONAKO, SIDANKO acquired within the corporate restructuring.
It doesn't include TNK-BP-held assets in Ukraine and NGK Slavneft and some others. The minority holds about 5% in the Holding.
The 9-month 2012 net profit declined (IAS) 13% to $5.718bn. The gross revenues added 4% to reach $46.067bn on the 1.4% rise in Urals prices and output growth.
EBITDA gained $10.164bn or 6% below last year period; net debts being down to $4.34bn from $5.067bn.
The IH 2012 net profit (RAS) dropped 32% to 84.958bn rub.; revenues moved up 7% to 503.285bn rub. from 469.415bn rub.