Rosneft at the end of 2016 is going to repay another $4.7 bln of debt, despite the fact that in June the figure was planned at $9.2 bln, according to the company’s materials on the Q2 results.
The company earlier planned to repay the $14.3 bln in 2016.
According to the company, repayment of $11.7 (previously planned $9.7 bln) was planned in 2018, $12.2 bln ($11.7 bln) in 2018, $1.9 bln ($ 1.8 bln) in 2019, $15.6 bln in 2020-2029.
The company notes that it maintains significant balances of liquidity – over $20 bln at the end of 2015 and the Q1 of 2016.
It was reported earlier that net debt of Rosneft in the Q2 2016 decreased by 2.1% – to $23.4 bln.
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