So I looked at EU and US companies – that are in world's top 50 by volume of revenues as well as those reported to have substantial business ($1 bn or more) in Russia – came up with the following estimate of their exposure (involvement) in Russia that helps to explain why businesses lobby against further Westerb sanctions. I surely have missed some, but gives you an idea.
|Company Name||Assets in Russia||Past, present and future sales/profits in Russia|
|I. EU Companies|
|UK’s BP||19.75% of Russia’s largest oil company Rosneft, worth $13 bn and equal 9% of BP’s capitalization.||10% of total profits|
|UK-Swiss Glencore Xstrata||Plans to invest $1 bn in Russian oil sector.
Owns 8.75% in Rusal, which has committed to sell $43 bn of aluminium to Glencore
|Germany’s Siemens||3,120 employees in Russia||Sales of $2.96 bn in 2013, new orders worth $2.8 bn.|
|Germany’s E.ON||Spent $8 bn on Russian power plants since 2007 – biggest foreign investor in Russian electricity market
Gazprom’s partner in Yuzhno-Russkoye, one of the world's largest gas fields, which feeds into the Nord Stream pipeline
Owns 15.5% of Nord Stream
|1.5% of sales and 7.4% EBITDA in 2013|
|Germany’s Wintershall||Owns 15% in South Stream|
|Germany’s Metro retailer||22,000 employees in Russia||9% of its total sales|
|Volkswagen||65,900 cars sold annually
Operates a car production plant
|6.8% of global sales|
|BMW||2% of global sales|
|Daimler||37,500 cars sold in Russia annually
Co-owns Russia’s largest truck-maker Kamaz with Rostec
|Allianz||92 branches and 500 agencies in all Russian regions|
|Raiffeisen International Bank||Gross exposure to Russia is €19.7bn||Raiffeisen International Bank’s most profitable market is Russia.|
|Airbus||270 Airbus planes operated in Russia
Its Astrium branch sells Express satellites to Russia, $275 mn a piece
|90 Airbus planes to be delivered in next few years|
|France’s Auchan retailer||Russia’s second largest retailer operates 234 supermarkets, employs 37,000||More than 10% of global sales|
|France’s Total S.A.||19.6% of Russia’s largest independent gas producer Novatek, invested $4 bn in this company.
40% in Kharyaga oil field, which accounts for bulk of Total’s Russian production
JV with Lukoil to tap tight oil reserves in Siberia
|Russian wells accounted for 1 in every 10 barrels that Total SA produced in 2013.Russia would be the largest contributor to Total’s oil production by 2020.|
|France’s Alstom||25% +1 share of Russian Transmashholding.
JV with Rushydro.
|France’s Société Générale||100% of Rosbank bought for more than $6 bn||5% of total revenue|
|France’s Chantiers de l'Atlantique||$1.66 bn to build 2 warships for Russia|
|France’s EDF||Owns 15% in South Stream.|
|France’s Arianespace||Relies on Russian-built Soyuz to put satellites into orbit from its spaceport at Kourou;|
|GDF SUEZ||Owns 9% in Nord Stream|
|Royal Dutch Shell||27.5% stake in Sakhalin-2 project, which accounts for world’s 5% of LNG
100% stake in 3 oil major fields
Owns 27.5% percent of the Sakhalin-2 oil and gas- export
Owns 50% of group of Siberian oilfields known as Salym that pumps 145,000 barrels of oil daily and is operated as JV with Gazprom.
|Italy’s ENI||JV with Rosneft for exploration of Black Sea
Owns 20% in South Stream.
|Received $2.94 bn from Gazprom for its stake in gas fields in 2014|
|Italy’s Enel||More than 50% stock in 4 power plants
Covers 4% share of the Russian energy demand.
|Earned $1.8 bn from sale of gas field in Russia in 2013.|
|European banks||Claims in Russia worth $187 bn|
|II. US companies|
|Alcoa||3% of total revenue in 2012|
|ExxonMobil||JV with Rosneft
Operator of Sakhalin-1
Pumps more than 100,000 barrels of oil a day from Russian wells
|Russia is Exxon’s largest exploration prospect outside US
6% of global production
Has drilling rights to 11.4 mn net acres – the company’s biggest single cache of drilling rights outside the U.S.
|Chevron||Invested $0.8 bn in Caspian Pipeline Consortium.|
|Schlumberger||Completed $345 deal with Eurasia Drilling Company which foresaw a swap of drilling and servicing assets in Russia in 2011|
|Weatherford oil service company||74% of its international rigs are in Russia
about 5% of its sales coming from Russia
|MasterCard||MasterCard and Visa together process 90% of payments in Russia||2% of annual revenue|
|Visa||3-4% of annual revenue|
|CitiGroup||$9.4 bn in loans, etc.|
|JP Morgan||$4.7 bn in loans, etc.|
|Merrill Lynch||$5.2 bn in loans, etc.|
|Wells Fargo||$786 mn in loans, etc|
|Coca-Cola||“1.6% of global volumes” in 2012.|
|PepsiCo||$7.89 bn in "long-lived" assets including property, plants and equipment in Russia alone last year||2nd largest market by revenue after U.S.
$4.91 bn in sales in 2012
7.2% of total revenues in 2012
15% of its global assets
|John Deer||$1.7 bn in sales in 2013, but less than 5% of annual revenue|
|Apple||9% share of the overall Russian smartphone market, but accounted for 20% of revenues|
|Microsoft||More than $1 bn in sales, which was 1.4% of global sales in 2010|
|27.6% of the Russian market|
|Hewlett-Packard||1,000 employees in Russia
Has been No 1 in PC sales
|BRIC countries have accounted for 9% of global sales|
|General Motors||Operates a car production plant||257,583 cars sold in 2013 or 2.65% of global sales|
|Boeing||100 Boeing planes operated in Russia.
Spent $7 bn since 91, plans to spend $20 bn more by 2021, including $18 bn on Russian titanium for planes.
Operates JV with VSMPO-Avisma Corp titanium-maker, which provides 35% of all titanium Boeing needs.
Plans JV with Rostech.
Runs a design center in Moscow that employs 1,200 engineers.
Buys RD-180 engines for Atlas V rockets through JV with Lockheed Martin
|Ford||Invested $1.4 bn
Operates a car manufacturing plant
|Sold 105,000 cars (3.8% share of Russian market).
5.2% of global sales in 2012
|Cargill||Invested $900 mn in Russia
Owns stake in deep-sea port in Novorossiysk
|General Electric||Sales over $1.5 bn
Employs over 3,000
GE’s Capital Aviation Services aircraft leasing company has 54 airplanes in Russia