Public joint-stock company Ukrgazvydobuvannia saw a 2.6-fold rise in net profit in 2017, to UAH 30.473 billion (around $1.16 billion).
According to a report of the company audited by Deloitte and posted on its website, net revenue in 2017 grew by 36.4%, to UAH 75.092 billion, and gross profit soared 2.2-fold, to UAH 42.062 billion.
Ukrgazvydobuvannia saw a 37.4% rise in revenue from natural gas and oil sales in the amount of UAH 67.351 billion, and a 44.1% rise in fuel sales, to UAH 5.151 billion, a 36.8% rise in liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) sales, to UAH 1.823 billion, a 53.7% fall in provision of fossil fuel production and preparation services, to UAH 321.959 million and a 7.95 rise in sales of other goods and provision of other services, to UAH 446.187 million.
Ukrgazvydobuvannia, which is wholly owned by NSJC Naftogaz Ukrainy, is a large gas processing company, which accounts for about 75% of total gas output in the country.
It operates Shebelynka gas refinery, Yablunivske department to process gas, Bazylivschyna condensate stabilization unit, and 19 filling stations in Kharkiv region. The latter sells fuel and liquefied gas of its own production. Shebelynka gas refinery started production of petrol and diesel fuel of Euro 5 emission standard in 2018.