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Sergei P. Kukura

First Vice President ( Economics and Finance )

Lukoil

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Lukoil

11 Sretensky Boulevard

Moscow, Moscow, 101000

Russia

Company Description

LUKOIL is the leading Russian company in exploring, producing, refining and marketing petroleum products. LUKOIL was established in 1991 through the merger of a group of oil-and-gas production companies located in the western Siberian cities Langepas, Urai a...more

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Kukura


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http://www.lukoil.com/Company/CorporateGovernance/ManagementCommittee

Sergei Kukura
Sergei Kukura First Vice President (Economics and Finance)?


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$1 million reward offered in kidnap of Sergei Kukura
LUKoil offered a $1 million reward Friday for information that could help secure the release of its chief financial officer, abducted in broad daylight by masked gunmen. The kidnapping of Sergei Kukura on Thursday drew a cry of indignation from the business community and calls for the authorities to take swift action to free him. "Along with all staff at LUKoil, I am outraged by the cynical abduction of the first deputy president of our company," LUKoil president Vagit Alekperov told reporters. "We have no doubts that Sergei Petrovich will be found safe and sound and the abductors captured. They should know that we will spare neither time nor effort in order that they face just and severe punishment." Alekperov then offered a 30 million ruble ($950,000) reward for information leading to Kukura's return. Contract killings and kidnappings are common in Russia, but the gangland settling of accounts has never before touched such a high-ranking executive. As the top financier at LUKoil, Russia's biggest oil producer, Kukura managed billions of dollars. Masked gunmen posing as policemen stopped his Mercedes outside Moscow on Thursday and handcuffed and drugged his driver and bodyguard before driving Kukura away.


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Sergei Kukura
Kidnapped Lukoil VP released on 25 September LUKoil First Vice President Sergei Kukura, the No. 2 person in Russia's largest oil company who was kidnapped on 12 September, was released by his as-yet-unidentified kidnappers on 25 September, Russian news agencies reported on 26 September. Reports about the release -- including the motive for the kidnapping, the identity of the kidnappers, and the conditions under which Kukura was released -- varied widely. "Kommersant-Daily" cited unnamed investigators working on the case as saying the kidnapping was staged by LUKoil itself for internal reasons. Gzt.ru reported that the abduction was genuine and that LUKoil paid a ransom of $3 million and 3 million euros to secure Kukura's release. Polit.ru expressed skepticism over the entire incident, arguing that the commercial secrets that Kukura possesses are worth billions of dollars, not millions. The website concluded that it is very unlikely we will ever hear the true story about this case from investigators or anybody else. Kukura was abducted by a group of armed men at a railroad crossing near Moscow on the morning of 12 September, and his bodyguard and driver were given injections that knocked them out. The attackers drove off in a car with police license plates, investigators said. According to "Izvestiya," the kidnappers targeted Kukura because of his wealth. The executive's monthly salary is $1.8 million dollars and his total income amounts to 50 million dollars a year, according to the Russian media. AFP reported on 23 September that the criminal explanation does not convince everyone. Writing in the 25 September issue of "The Moscow Times," Yuliya Latynina wrote: "Kukura is privy to all of LUKoil's financial secrets.


http://www.lukoilamericas.com/lukoil-press-release/343-lukoil-executives-fare-well-in-russia-2014-rating-of-leading-managers

Sergey Kukura, OAO LUKOIL First Vice President - as a financial director.


- OAO «LUKOIL» - Management Committee

Sergei Kukura
First Vice-President, Economics and Finance


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