Company Profile

Exploration and production

Gazprom OAO

Total score

Total score : 38
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Transparency score
Transparency score: 17%

US$ 148 billion

Total aggregate sales

US$ 12.3 billion

Average monthly sales


Number of current employees who will die from a NCDs between the ages of 30-70*

*Based on WHO Regional Comparable Estimates

Russia RUB 899 million

Total spending on CSR (health and community)


Total number of employees

Employee Overlay

No records disclosed from Gazprom OAO. on their employee geographical details

Probability of dying from NCDs per country/region

No records disclosed from Gazprom OAO. on their employee geographical details

Wellness program

Safe development: environment, health & safety


Gazprom constantly strives to improve in the field of industrial and occupational safety.

Program activities:

The Company strives to continuously improve its HSE performance. Gazprom Neft’s corporate policy on Industrial Safety, Labour, and Environmental Protection establishes the following targets for all its subsidiaries and units:

  • consistently reduce rates of industrial accidents, work-related illnesses and adverse environmental impacts;
  • ensure the safety of production operations and environmental protection by introducing an integrated industrial, occupational and environmental safety management system at Gazprom Neft production facilities. This system meets global standards and incorporates key processes of hazard identification and the assessment and management of occupational risks;
  • Consistently implement global best practice in the field of engineering, technology and the management of industrial, occupational and environmental safety at all Gazprom Neft production facilities.

The Company’s commitments regarding industrial and environmental safety, labor, and civil protection include:

  • Creating conditions for HSE activities, including methods of motivation and engagement, so that each Gazprom Neft employee is aware of and responsible for his/her own safety and the safety of others and has the right to stop and/or refuse to perform any activity if it poses a threat to the life or health of the employee or others;
  • Introduction, support and continuous improvement of efficient HSE management systems at the Company in compliance with international and national standards;
  • Consistent implementation of comprehensive preventative measures to reduce the likelihood of accidents to a reasonable practicable level, based on the understanding that any planned or current business operation of Gazprom Neft or its subsidiaries or affiliates involves potential hazards;
  • Continuous improvement of working conditions, industrial and environmental safety, and monitoring of such improvements;
  • Complying with applicable legal requirements and using all available economically feasible possibilities to mitigate risks beyond the scope of legal requirements;
  • Ongoing efforts to increase employees’ level of knowledge, competence and awareness with regard to health, safety and the environment using different types of training and mentoring;
  • Provision of the resources necessary for the implementation of the HSE Policy
  • Implementation of relevant management methods with respect to Gazprom Neft’s counterparties and business partners to enforce compliance with the Policy requirements when such parties are engaged in operations at Gazprom Neft’s enterprises and facilities;
  • Transparency of, and easy access to, HSE figures through appropriate exchange of information and dialog with all stakeholders;
  • Timely updates and communication of corporate HSE Policies to all Gazprom Neft Group employees and third-party stakeholders

Humanistic and productivity outcome:

In 2012, initiatives to improve industrial safety resulted in a reduction in the lost time injury frequency rate of 1.2%. The number of traffic accidents decreased by 11.3% (125 accidents in 2012 versus 141 accidents in 2011), and the road accident rate decreased by 18.7%29. The number of fires was reduced by 35% (22 cases in 2012 versus 34 in 2011)

An educational meeting was held for defence and emergency professionals from subsidiaries and affiliates across the Company. At this meeting best practices were shared and the objectives of civil defence and emergency prevention for 2013 were defined.

Audits of the readiness of civil protection systems at the Company’s subsidiaries and affiliates were carried out. Ten inspections took place and 144 violations discovered.

A total of 50 comprehensive and special tactical training exercises took place in Gazprom subsidiaries and affiliates, to test the abilities, skills and general readiness in dealing with emergency situations.


Systematic and effective reduction of adverse environmental impact caused by operations.

Future goals:

Further development of the integrated industrial and environmental safety, health and civil protection system;

Reduction in employee injury rates;

Systematic and effective reduction of adverse environmental impact caused by operations.

Run by (vendors, etc.):

The Company’s HSE work conforms to its corporate Policy on Industrial and Environmental Safety, Health and Civil Protection and is coordinated at the Corporate Centre by the Occupational Safety Department.

The Company has a collective body, the Industrial Safety, Occupational Health, and Environmental Protection Council, which facilitates the discussion of the most important occupational safety issues, formulation of new strategic objectives and adjusting of current objectives.