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Lukoil's net income was $9,012 million in the 9 months of 2011

November 28/2011

(Lukoil) -- LUKOIL has published consolidated US GAAP financial statements for the third quarter and 9 months of 2011. The Companyís net income was $9,012 million in the 9 months of 2011, which is 32.1% higher y-o-y, including $2,244 million in the third quarter. EBITDA in the 9 months of 2011 was $15,316 million, which is 27.8% higher y-o-y. Sales revenues were $99,101 million (+29.9% y-o-y). Positive dynamics of our financial results was mainly due to an increase in hydrocarbon prices in the 9 months of 2011 compared to the same period of 2010.

Net income for the third quarter 2011 was negatively affected by losses in the amount near $570 million due to depreciation of Russian ruble, including near $340 million of tax on currency translation gain of Russian LUKOIL subsidiaries.

The Companyís strict financial discipline and efficient costs management helped to generate record high free cash flow in the 9 months of 2011 compared to the same period of previous years. Free cash flow reached $7,712 million in the 9 months of 2011 compared to $6,964 million in the 9 months of 2010. Capital expenditures including non-cash transactions in the 9 months of 2011 were $5.6 billion, which is 19.7% higher y-o-y.

In the 9 months of 2011, lifting costs per boe of production were $4.74, which is 17.3% higher y-o-y. The growth was mainly due to the real ruble appreciation by 14.6%.

Among the speakers of The Polymers Summit-2011 to be held in Moscow on 30 November, 2011, in The Ritz-Carlton Moscow, there will be Head of KGD&PPNiG (Lukoil ) Alexander Rappoport. The reports will also be done by ICIS Price editor Linda Naylor, Polyplastic Group President Myron Gorilovsky, Centropolymer Director Alexey Zavyalov, Sabic Europe General Director Geert Drummen,Europlastic General director Sergey Arbuzov, Head of direction "Extrusion foam polystyrene" (“echnnikol) Vasiliy Tkachev, MRC Managing Director Sergey Yaremenko, Biaxplen General director Anton Matvienko, Deputy head of directory of plastics and organic synthesis sales and marketing (Sibur) Paul Lyakhovich, Head of directorate of basic polymers (Sibur) Sergey Komishan. The Summit is organized by MRC (Market Report Company) and supported by ICIS.

Among others, the Summit participants will discuss the issues of pricing, PET and PVC market conditions, PP surplus, resources saving. The Summit program is formed on the basis of questions to speakers. The reports will be short and the speakers" time will be mainly devoted to negotiations with colleagues. The Summit site gives a possibility to ask questions to the speakers, invite for a cup of coffee and confirm or postpone a meeting. Registration on a site is free. For now there are 198 registered users of the Summit site - representatives of major Russian and foreign petrochemical companies.

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