|27 July 2005|
|11:06||seaNew Changes to Russian Railways Board|
Gennady Fadeev, ex-president of Russian Railways JSC, will enter the company's Board as one of its members, reports Kommersant.
There is also information that there will be only two replacements in the Board.
|16 June 2005|
|17:32||Russian RailwaysFederal Passenger Company|
According to Vladimir Yakunin, Federal Passenger Company is to be established in Russia in 2007.
At present the only obstacle to establish the company is the compensation of losses to owner and carrier during the lowering tariffs fixing.
According to Gennady Fadeev, the law on reorganization of the Russian Railways is needed because of the establishment of the new company.
|15 June 2005|
|10:12||RailRosneft And Russian Railways Reduce Tariffs |
Sergey Bogdanchikov, President of Rosneft JSC and Gennady Fadeev, President of the Russian Railways JSC signed an agreement to reduce oil transportation tariffs to China by increasing the traffic volumes.
At present the rail tariff for oil transportation is worth $72.
|11 April 2005|
|18:01||Russian RailwaysJoint Venture of Russian Railways and Railion Deutschland AG |
On April 11, 2005 in Hanover (Germany) president of the Russia Railways JSC Gennady Fadeev and the Chairman of Deutsche Bahn AG Hartmud Medorn signed a cooperation agreement.
|8 April 2005|
|13:28||seaNet Profit of Russian Railways|
In Q1 of 2005 the net profit of the Russian Railways JSC made $176.2 mn, reported Gennady Fadeev, the President of the company during the meeting.
The earnings of Russian Railways JSC on cargo transportation amounted to $5.6 bn (+109.1% year-on-year).
The balance sheet profit during the reported period amounted to $359 mn.
|17 March 2005|
|13:40||seaAppointments in Russian Railways|
On March 16 Gennady Fadeev, the President of the Russian Railways JSC appointed new chiefs of the company's affiliates, reports the press service of the company.
|11 March 2005|
|12:35||seaRussian Raiways and Siemens to Sign Contract |
In April 2005 Russian Railways JSC and Siemens are to sign a construct to produce high-speed trains, reports the press service of RR.
On March 10, 2005 Gennady Fadeev, President of Russian Railways JSC and Hans Shabert, President of Siemens Transport Systems reached an agreement concerning the high-speed trains production.
RR is to purchase 60 trains buy the agreed price.
|20 January 2005|
|17:06||Saint-PetersburgHigh Speed Traffic Prospects in Russia|
On January 19 Gennady Fadeev, the president of Russian Railways JSC, held a meeting with representatives of Siemens AG concerning the prospects of high speed traffic organization in Russia.
The companies discussed the production of high speed trains to organize traffic between St.Petersburg and Moscow.
According to G.Fadeev, it will take 2 hours and a half to get to the place of destination by the new train.
|29 December 2004|
|18:41||RailLUKoil and Russian Railways Sign Contract|
On December 29 the president of LUKoil JSC Vagit Alekperov and the president of Russian Railways JSC Gennady Fadeev signed two documents concerning the transportation of oil to China and the rail traffic organization to LUKoil's terminal in Vysotsk.
According to the agreement, LUKoil is to deliver 3 mn tons of oil to China in 2005.
|24 December 2004|
|16:56||Russian RailwaysRussian Railways to Supply 10 mn Tons of Oil|
The Russian Railways JSC signed a contract to deliver 10 mn tons of oil to China, reported Gennady Fadeev, the president of RR during the meeting held on December 24.
According to G.Fadeev, at present the Chinese Railways are able to provide just 30% of oil transportations.
|12:26||projectsHigh-Speed Traffic between Moscow St.Petersburg|
On December 24 the President of Russian Railways JSC Gennady Fadeev helds a meeting concerning the high-speed traffic organization between Moscow and St.Petersburg.
According to G.Fadeev, it is necessary to estimate the infrastructure possibilities before signing a contract with Siemens AG.
Under the project it is planned to liquidate all the single-level intersections along the highway route.
The first high-speed train will be deployed on the line in 2007.
|21 December 2004|
|15:56||seaRussian Railways and Deutsche Bahn AG to Create Joint Venture|
In 2005 Russian Railways JSC and Deutsche Bahn AG will form a joint venture to organize rail traffic, reports the press service of the RR referring to Gennady Fadeev, President of Russian Railways JSC.
The aim of the project is to develop freight traffic in the Eastern Asia, China, Russia and Western Europe.
|18 October 2004|
|18:16||Port Said Transiberian Railway N2|
According to Russian Railways JSC, a cargo flows increase is expected until 2007 via the Novorossiysk station (+15 mn tons), Grushevaya (+3 mn tons), Tuapse (+5 mn tons), Kavkaz (+10 mn tons), Temryuk (+4 mn tons) and the new port Zhelezny Rog on the Taman peninsula (+32 mn tons).
“We need another Transsib to provide the cargo traffic”, - said Gennady Fadeev, the President of Russian Railways JSC.
|1 October 2004|
|09:52||RailRussia and China to Double Mutual Trade |
The Russian Federation and China will sign an agreement on the development program up to 2010 aiming to double the trade via the two countries' border crossings, informed Gennady Fadeev, President of Russian Railways JSC on September 30.
34 freight trains were delivered via the Russian-Chinese border crossing of the Zabaikalsk Railways in September 2004.
|20 September 2004|
|12:15||seaRussian Railways to Establish Joint Ventures|
Gennady Fadeev, President of Russian Railways JSC, and Hartmut Medorn, President of Deutsche Bahn Akziengesellschaft, signed a cooperation agreement.
According to the PR department of the Russian Railways, the companies are to form the 2 joint ventures in the sphere of freight and passenger traffic.
|19 August 2004|
|11:24||RailRussian Railways Development Program|
The project of the Russian Railways Development Program was approved at the Company Board meeting held on August 18.
According to Alexander Zhukov, RF Government Chairman, the program is considered the basis for the development of the railway branch and its realization will allow improving the rail transport business.
|28 July 2004|
|11:24||throughputRussian Railways Needs High-Tariff Cargo|
At the sitting of the Russian Railways JSC Company Board held on July 26 in Moscow, its President Gennady Fadeev said that Russian Railways should attract high-tariff cargoes.
|9 July 2004|
|16:19||seaRussian Troika on Transsib|
The Russian Railways and FESCO joint venture will start working in the 4th quarter of 2004, declared Gennady Fadeev, President of Russian Railways JSC, on July 9, 2004, at the Economic Forum dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Baikal-Amur railway.
The company is expected to be called “Russian Troika”.
|5 July 2004|
|12:25||Russian RailwaysRussian Railways Calculates Incomings |
Gennady Fadeev, President of Russian Railways JSC, informed that the profit sum prior to taxation amounted to 20 bln.rubles in 1H of 2004 exceeding the target by 8 bln.rubles
According to G.Fadeev, the functioning of all the company structures was as successful and the results correspond to the finance plan for the current year.
|22 June 2004|
|13:36||seaLUKoil Put into Operation LUKoil-2|
June 16, 2004, a ceremony to officially open stage 1 of LUKoil's oil and product terminal (called LUKoil-2) was held in the port of Vysotsk, Leningrad region.
The ceremony was attended by RF Premier Mikhail Fradkov, Chairman of the Federation Council Sergey Mironov, President's Plenipotentiary in the North-West Ilia Klebanov, Governor of Leningrad Oblast Balery Serdyukov, President of Russian Railways JSV Gennady Fadeev, etc.
The terminal actually started operating on May 18, when LUKoil's tanker "Kaliningrad" took on board a test load of 18.1 thousand tons for Rotterdam.
The terminal capacity at stage1 is 4.7 mln.