Information agency Credinform presents the ranking of the largest energy producers in Russia on product profitability ratio.
The largest by revenue energy producers (TOP-10) for the last available in the open sources period (2015) were taken for the ranking. Further the companies were ranked in the descending order of product profitability value (Table 1).
Product profitability is calculated as a ratio of profit on sales to operational expenses. In the whole the profitability reflects the production efficiency. The analysis of product profitability allows making a conclusion on release usefulness of various products. There aren’t any recommended values for this group, due to the fact that they differ greatly depending on industry.
|Name, Tax number, Region||Net profit (loss) 2015, mln RUB||Revenue 2015, mln RUB.||Sales revenue 2015 to 2014,%||Product profitability 2015, %||Solvency index Globas-i|
|JSC FEDERAL HYDRO-GENERATING COMPANY – RUSHYDRO
Tax number 2460066195
|30 022,0||107 099,0||99||67,42||207 High|
|JSC ENEL RUSSIA
Tax number 6671156423
|-1 803,0||66 197,0||89||62,63||262 High|
|IRKUTSK JSC OF ENERGETICS AND ELECTRIFICATION
Tax number 3800000220
|12 633,4||81 960,5||134||31,91||205 High|
Tax number 8602067092
Khanty-Mansiisk autonomous district - Yugra
|15 545,7||78 618,8||98||29,60||165 Prime|
|JSC INTER RAO - ELECTRIC POWER PLANTS
Tax number 7704784450
|-3 306,6||149 129,3||101||14,76||267 High|
Tax number 7705035012
|6 411,0||164 508,2||104||10,03||189 Prime|
|PJSC T PLUS
Tax number 6315376946
|281,1||200 438,2||257||9,37||320 Satisfactory|
|RUSSIAN CONCERN FOR PRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC AND THERMAL ENERGY AT NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS JSC
Tax number 7721632827
|13 921,6||263 756,6||104||9,23||202 High|
|TERRITORIAL GENERATING COMPANY №1 JSC
Tax number 7841312071
|2 676,1||65 183,6||100||8,64||217 High|
Tax number 2607018122
|3 001,7||112 115,7||97||5,63||224 High|
RUSSIAN CONCERN FOR PRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC AND THERMAL ENERGY AT NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS JSC received the largest revenue in the industry in 2015. This enterprise is placed on the seventh spot by product profitability. The company’s share in the total revenue volume of the TOP-10 companies amounted to a little more than 20%.
JSC FEDERAL HYDRO-GENERATING COMPANY – RUSHYDRO shows the largest product profitability as well as decrease of revenue and net profit in 2015 in comparison with the previous period.
Following the results of 2015, three more companies of the TOP-10 face the decrease of revenue. Decrease of net profit or loss was shown by five more enterprises.
In the whole nine companies of the TOP-10 were given the prime or high solvency index Globas-i by the complex of financial and non-financial indicators. It gives evidence to their ability to meet the debt obligations timely and in full.
PJSC T PLUS was given the satisfactory solvency index Globas-i, due to the information about company being a defendant in debt collection arbitration proceedings, as well as in arbitration cases of bankruptcy.
The average value of product profitability in the TOP-10 group in 2015 amounted to 24,92%, which is greater than the indicator of 2014 amounted to 19,79%.
The total revenue volume of the TOP-10 for 2015 amounted to 1 289 billion RUB, which is by 13% greater than the same indicator for 2014 whereas the total net profit for the same period decreased by 7%.
In the whole enterprises of the industry operate profitably. The industry shows the positive dynamic of energy production. According to the Federal State Statistics Service (Rosstat), 1 063 420, 72 mln kilowatt-hours of energy were produced in 2015. It gave Russia the possibility to take the forth place by this indicator, after China, the USA and India, according to Global Energy Statistical Yearbook © Enerdata. The dynamic of energy production in Russia, according to Rosstat, is represented in the Figure 2.
Since October 1, 2016 the Federal Law of 03.07.2016 №272-FL «On amendments to certain legislative acts of the RF tightening employers’ liability for employment-related violations» comes into force.
Amendments by the Law were made to the Russian Code of Administrative Offenses, the Russian Labor Code and the Civil Procedure Code.
After taken amendments administrative offence is the non-payment of wages, in whole or in part, within the established time limit in the absence of criminal actions. Penal sanctions for the offences for officials were increased from 1 – 5 th RUB to 10 - 20 th RUB. For a repeated offense administrative fine will cost from 20 to 30 th RUB – for officials; from 10 to 30 th RUB – for individual entrepreneurs; from 50 to 100 th RUB – for legal entities.
According to the Labor Code, wages now must be paid within 15 calendar days after the end of the period for which they are accrued. Progressive scale is fixed for calculation of monetary compensation to employees for a delay in the payment of wages and other benefits. In case of delay in payment of wages during more than 15 days an employer is obliged to pay an employee a monetary compensation of at least 1/150th of the key rate of the Central Bank of Russia. Earlier, the minimum monetary compensation to an employee was 1/300 of the key rate regardless of the delay period.
Relevance of the taken Law is confirmed by the data from the Federal State Statistics Service (Rosstat) on overdue arrears of wages (Picture 1).
(*) Data unadjusted for inflation.
Following the results of 2012, arrears of wages decreased to minimum values for the observed period and more than twice increased to 2014.
According to Rosstat, amount of arrears of wages to one employee increased (Picture 2.).
(*)Data unadjusted for inflation.
According to the data of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the RF on July 2016, arrears of wages to 77 thousand employees are about 4 bln RUB.
Administrative pressure on employers, certainly, will affect the decrease in arrears of wages rate. However, general improvement in the national economy can play more significant role. This can be confirmed by experience in overcoming of the previous economic crisis of 2008-2009 (look at Picture 1.). From 2005 to 2008 6-time decrease in arrears was observed, then in 2009 – almost 2-time increase and further soft decrease up to 2013.