OJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel includes Polar branch, Kransoyarsk transport branch, Murmansk transport branch, Arkhangelsk transport branch, Norilskenergy – Company Branch, Polar transport branch, Krasnoyarsk representation and Head Company’s office.
Unless specified otherwise, when terms Company, Group, Norilsk Nickel, Companies of the Group are used, it means that data is provided for the Norilsk Nickel Group of Companies. Quantitative data in specific areas of sustainable development is related to Group subdivisions in accordance with Attachment 2.
The production units of the Group are located on three continents in five countries of the world: Russia, Australia, Botswana, South Africa, and Finland.
The key units of the Group are located in Russia and represent a vertically integrated business. Two main production sites in the RF include:
The Polar Division of the Company is located on the Taymyr Peninsula (Krasnoyarsk Krai), to the north of the Polar Circle. The division is linked with the country’s other regions by the Yenisey River and the Northern Sea Route as well as with the air transport.
Kola MMC located on the Kola Peninsula is the leading production company in Murmansk Region and is completely integrated into the transport infrastructure of the Northwestern Federal District.
The Norilsk Nickel Harjavalta Plant, which is a part of the Group, operates in Finland. This is the only nickel refining plant in the country.
The Australian assets of Norilsk Nickel include:
Tati Nickel Mining Company, the enterprise for production of nickel and processing of sulphide-nickel ores, is located in Botswana. Norilsk Nickel holds 85 percent of shares. In South Africa, Norilsk Nickel holds 50 percent of shares of the enterprise for production of nickel and processing of sulphide-nickel ores Nkomati. . The African Rainbow Minerals company is a partner for the project.
MMC Norilsk Nickel has its own global network of representation and sales offices in Russia, Great Britain, China, the USA, and Switzerland.
The Group includes the Gipronickel Institute, a research and development facility located in Saint Petersburg with branches in the cities of Norilsk and Monchegorsk as well as geological enterprises, commodity transport logistics enterprises, and support units comprising over 80 companies in total.
MMC Norilsk Nickel is a major mining and metallurgical company in Russia. The average number of employees of the Group amounted to 81,800 persons in 2014, including 2 thousand employees in the foreign subsidiaries.
The shares of MMC Norilsk Nickel are listed on the First Level at the Moscow Exchange as well as being included on the list of securities admitted to trading at Saint Petersburg Exchange. The ADRs of the Company’s shares are admitted to trading over-the-counter (OTC) in the United States, on the electronic International Order Book Unlisted section of the London Stock Exchange, and on the Freiverkehr (OTC-section) of the Berlin-Bremen Stock Exchange.
Ratio of waste
with hazard class 5 in the total weight
the waste is practically nonhazardous for environment
expenditures on safety activities in 2014