Revenues structure

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  2010 2009 2008
  RUR thous. % RUR thous. % RUR thous. %
Overall revenues 49 783 796 100 41 297 636 100 35 964 707 100
Energy transmission 47 763 291 95 94 40 001 176 96.86 34 437 161 95.75
Connection 1 685 727 3 39 973 985 2.36 895 581 2.49
Other core operations 329 117 0 66 315 290 0.76 621 635 1.73
Non-core operations 5 661 0 01 7 184 0.02 10 329 0.03
  2010 2009 2008
  RUR thous. % RUR thous. % RUR thous. %
Overall revenues 49 783 796 100 41 297 636 100 35 964 707 100
Energy transmission 47 763 291 95 94 40 001 176 96.86 34 437 161 95.75
Connection 1 685 727 3 39 973 985 2.36 895 581 2.49
Other core operations 329 117 0 66 315 290 0.76 621 635 1.73
Non-core operations 5 661 0 01 7 184 0.02 10 329 0.03

2010 overall revenues totaled RUR 49 784 mln. (+RUR 8 486 mln. or 20% on 2009).

Revenues from energy transmission are one of the key business lines contributing to the revenues structure. As of 2010 these revenues totaled RUR 47 763 mln. (+19% on 2009) contributing 96% to the overall revenues. In absolute terms, the increase totaled RUR 7 762 mln. and was due to the growth of average transmission tariff and productive supply. The revenues also were affected by a direct contract concluded between ChEMK and FSK in 2010 on “last mile” objects.

Revenues from connection, as of 2010, totaled RUR 1 686 mln. (+73% on 2009) contributing 3.4% to overall revenues. The increase in absolute terms totaled RUR 712 mln. and was due to consumer connection, including commissioning of a large object (“Anna” substation, Sverdlovenergo). Other revenues totaled RUR 335 mln. (-3.8% on 2009) contributing 0.67% to overall revenues.