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FY2013 Preliminary Results.
2014 Business Plan
Key Figures
Disclaimer
This presentation is not an offer or invitation to make offers (advertisement) in respect of purchase or subscr...
Company Overview
LENENERGO is the largest electricity distribution grid company (the
operator of 0.4-110 kV networks), ser...
* On September 10, 2013 the additional issue of Lenenergo shares
with a possibility of placing 926,876,304 additional shar...
High voltage grids
(FSK) LENENERGO
Third-party grid
organizations (TGOs)
Electricity trading
companies
End users
Generatio...
2014 Business plan of JSC Lenenergo was approved by the Board of Directors on December 28, 2013 (Minutes # 20)
Scenario Co...
Volume of Services
The volume of electricity consumption is planned with regard to the existing terms of contracts with
cu...
2012 2013E* 2014F
Δ %
2014F/2013E
Net Assets 76,417 76,800 82,473 7.4%
Revenues, including: 36,273 41,275 47,546 15.2%
- E...
645
321
523
461
517
2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П
Electricity Distribution Services
Index 2012 2013E 2014F
2014F/
2013E...
18.7%
6.0%
9.6% 9.6% 9.6% 9.6% 7.6%
30.6%
6.0%
12.5% 12.5% 12.5% 12.5% 10.5%
14,190 16,321 18,204 20,600 23,372 26,393 28,...
41,275
37,619
3,656
691
47,546
40,290
7,256
2,649
Выручка от
реализации
продукции
Себестоимость Прибыль от
реализации
Чист...
41,275 47,546
Revenues
by Types of Activities**, RUB mln
+15%
Costs
by Types of Activities*, RUB mln
37,619 40,290+7%
Brea...
21,530 19,061
1,600
38,991
11,895
2,689
4,796
9,788
Кредитный
портфель на
01.01.14
Привлечение Погашение Кредитный
портфел...
1.9 4.9 7.2 6.6 8.9 6.31.2 2.1
5.1 2.5 1.9 4.28.1
12.9
13.2
11.1 6.3 4.2
6.1
6.0
4.6
8.2
7.4 9.6
2013 ожид. 2014 П 2015 П ...
Strategic Risks Drop in industrial production and consumption of electric power
Emergency situations owing to natural disa...
CONTACTS
JSC Lenenergo
1, Constitution Sq, St. Petersburg , Russia 196247
Head of Department for Corporate Governance
and ...
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FY2013 Preliminary Results. 2014 Business Plan Key Figures

  1. 1. FY2013 Preliminary Results. 2014 Business Plan Key Figures
  2. 2. Disclaimer This presentation is not an offer or invitation to make offers (advertisement) in respect of purchase or subscription to securities of Lenenergo. Neither the presentation, nor any part hereof, nor the fact of its representation or distribution serve as the basis for entering into any agreement or taking any investment decision; therefore, the presentation should not be relied upon in this respect. This presentation may contain estimates. The estimates are not based on actual circumstances and include statements in respect of the intentions, opinions or current expectations of JSC Lenenergo as regards the results of its activity, financial position, liquidity, prospects of growth, strategy and the industry, in which Lenenergo operates. Such estimates by their nature are characterized by presence of risks and uncertainty factors since they are related to the events and depend on the circumstances, which may fail to happen in the future. Lenenergo warns that the estimates are not a guarantee of the future parameters, and the actual results of Lenenergo activities, its financial position and liquidity, as well as development of the industry, in which it operates, may significantly differ from those included in the estimates contained herein. Besides, even if the results of the Company's activities, its financial position and liquidity, as well as the development of the industry, in which it operates, correspond to the estimates contained herein, such results and events are not indicative of the results and events in the future. This presentation contains the information received from third parties besides the official information on Lenenergo activities. This information has been received from the sources which are reliable in Lenenergo opinion. Nevertheless, we do not guarantee the accuracy of such information which may be reduced or incomplete. All opinions and estimates contained herein reflect our opinion as at the date of publication and are subject to change without notice. Lenenergo does not bear liability for the consequences of use of the opinions or estimates contained herein, or information incompleteness. Lenenergo does not undertake obligations in respect of revision or confirmation of the estimates and evaluations, as well as in respect of updating of the information contained herein.
  3. 3. Company Overview LENENERGO is the largest electricity distribution grid company (the operator of 0.4-110 kV networks), servicing the territory of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region. It is a natural monopoly, which tariffs are set by regulating authorities - Federal Tariff Service (FTS) and regional regulators Main types of activity: • electricity transmission and distribution services • grid connection of new consumers to networks The share of Lenenergo on the electricity transmission market (preliminary figure) as of 31.12.2013 – 68.5% The territory of service: St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region Major competitors: in St. Petersburg - JSC SPbES, in the Leningrad Region - JSC LOESK Assets Unit 2011 2012 2013F Installed capacity MVA 21,427 21,952 22,518 Overhead TL 0.4-110 kV (on circuit) km 39,783 40,053 41,439 Overhead TL 0.4-110 kV (on line) km 36,587 36,859 38,193 Cable lines 0.4-110 kV km 19,554 20,400 21,259 Substations 35-110 kV pcs (MVA) 373 (13,742) 377 (13,969) 378 (14,096) Transformer substations 6-35 kV pcs (MVA) 14,770 (7,686) 15,025 (7,983) 15,969 (8,422) ** as of 30.11.2013 Unit 31.12.2011 31.12.2012 31.12.2013F* Productive supply mln kWh 28,975 30,007 29,720 Connected capacity MW 321 523 461 Revenues RUB mln 37,009 36,273 41,275 EBITDA RUB mln 8,573 9,925 12,134 Net profit RUB mln 1,417 1,234 691 CAPEX (deployment) RUB mln 15,061 14,891 17,350 Number of personnel people 5,975 6,007 6,409** Key Indicators * FY2013 results shall be adjusted due to the expected drop in revenues from rendering grid connection services Service territory 87.3 thousand km Population of the region 6.2 mln people Forecast _RAS_2014 | 1
  4. 4. * On September 10, 2013 the additional issue of Lenenergo shares with a possibility of placing 926,876,304 additional shares was registered 53.41% 26.57% 7.15% 3.40% 2.24% 1.49% 5.74% JSC Russian Grids St. Petersburg (CPMC) JSC IDGC of Ural ENERGYO SOLUTIONS RUSSIA (CYPRUS) LIMITED RUSENERGO FUND LIMITED JPMorgan Funds others PRODUCTION UNITS (ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION) JSC Lenenergo CJSC Tsarskoselskaya Energy Company (96.95%)* CJSC Kurortenergo (98.13%)* CJSC Lenenergospetsremont (100%)* SubsidiariesBRANCHES * – from the authorized capital Electricity transmission services, gird connection Design and construction work in power supply Management of objects under construction Service branch JSC Energy Service Company Lenenergo (100%)* Energy services, services in energy saving and energy efficiency JSC IDGC Holding The city of St. Petersburg (CPMC) Minority shareholders Russian Federation 53.41% (+ 7.15% - share of JSC IDGC of Ural) 26.57% 12.87% Vyborg power networks Gatchina power networks Kingisepp power networks St-Petersburg high-voltage power networks Novaya Ladoga power networks Suburban power networks Tikhvin power networks Cable network ** as of the last closing date of the shareholder register: 06.05.2013 Organizational Structure of Lenenergo JSC Energouchet (40%)* Share Capital Structure of Lenenergo**, % from ordinary sharesAuthorized Capital of Lenenergo, pcs (RUB) Authorized capital 1,228,325,624.08 Ordinary shares* 1,135,061,313.08 Preferred shares 93,264,311 Share Capital and Organizational Structure Manufacturing, installation and maintenance of energy resources measuring devices Forecast _RAS_2014 | 2
  5. 5. High voltage grids (FSK) LENENERGO Third-party grid organizations (TGOs) Electricity trading companies End users Generation wholesale electricity market Major TGOs in the region: in SPb – JSC SPbES, in LR – JSC LOESK • Independent electricity trading companies • Guaranteeing suppliers: JSC PSK, LLC RSK-Energo, LLC Rusenergosbyt, LLC Energy Holding • Direct consumers – participants of wholesale and retail electricity markets Payment of losses in Lenenergo networks TGK-1, OGK-6, NW GRES, LAES, etc. Consolidated revenues system* electricity fee purchase of electricity electricity transmission fee electricity transmission fee electricity electricity electricity 0.4-110 kV grids 0.4-10 kV grids> 220 kV grids electricity *RGR of TGOs and RGR of FSK comprise RGR of Lenenergo Transmission services Distribution grid company electricity transmission fee Market share of TGOs . . . Branch of FSK UES – MES of North-West Wholesale electricity market 34% Business Model of Lenenergo: Cash Flows and Electric Power Flows Forecast _RAS_2014 | 3
  6. 6. 2014 Business plan of JSC Lenenergo was approved by the Board of Directors on December 28, 2013 (Minutes # 20) Scenario Conditions of Business Plan Development for 2014 Key Financial Indicators of Business Plan for 2014 Key Operational Highlights of Business Plan for 2014 Tariff Regulation Framework Financial Result Generation Plan in 2014 Revenues and Costs Generation Plan in 2014 Loan Portfolio and Debt Position Formation Plan for the end of 2014 Long-Term Investment Program for 2013-2018 Risks of Business Plan Parameters Default CONTENTS FY2013 expected results presented herein are formed based on the Company’s performance in 1H 2013 . Following FY2013 results a decline of financial result due to the expected drop in revenues from grid connection services is expected. The main reason is the postponement of terms of execution of obligations for 2014 from the applicant FSUE Uniform Customer Group (on the object of Russian Railways: Losevo- Kamenogorsk) within a grid connection agreement in the amount of RUB 2,147 mln. Cost savings are expected due to depreciation charges as a result of changes in accounting policies and reducing uncontrollable costs due decreased cost of services of third-party grid organizations. By the end of 2013 the Company expects to receive a positive net profit Business plan of JSC Lenenergo for 2014-2018 submitted for approval is formed on the basis of tariff models for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, calculated in compliance with a social and economic model development of Russia for 2014-2016, which was developed by Russian Ministry of Economic Development. In the process of tariff models consolidation the need to implement significant investment programs in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, which is provided by the social and economic development forecast, was considered. Following the results of approval by the regulating authorities (Tariff Committee of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region) of tariff decisions for 2014, the Company’s business plan may be adjusted FY2013 Expected Results 2014 Business Plan FY2013 Preliminary Results. Business Plan 2014 Key Figures. Essential Provisions Forecast _RAS_2014 | 4
  7. 7. Volume of Services The volume of electricity consumption is planned with regard to the existing terms of contracts with customers, estimated growth of electricity consumption volumes under valid grid connection contracts, and dynamics of changes in power consumption of the region. Termination of lease agreements of the grid transmission facilities entering the Unified National (All-Russian ) Energy Grid (“last mile”) is provided. The volume of grid connection is planned based on the list of grid connection contracts being under execution and forecasts of grid connection volumes over the subjects of the Russian Federation The investment program for 2014-2018 is formed taking into account the necessity of fulfillment of accrued obligation on grid connection of applicants and reliability increase and uninterrupted supply of consumers. Funding sources of the investment program are based on the forecasted tariff models. The investment program is agreed in the constitute entities of the Russian Federation Tariff models are developed based on the extension of the first regulatory period up to 2019 and in line with a social and economic development forecast of the Russian Federation for 2014-2016, and take into account the need to implement significant investment programs in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region, which corresponds to the social and economic development forecast Revenue from electricity distribution is planned on the basis of expected electricity distribution volumes considering the approved long-term parameters of tariff regulation net of the cost of load losses. Operating expenses in 2014-2018 taking into account inflation shall decline as compare to the level of 2012 calculating per unit of electric equipment service in accordance with the development strategy of grid complex of Russia approved by the Russian Federation Government Tariff Models Revenues CAPEX In the process of borrowing planning the ratio of Debt / EBITDA should not exceed 3Loans and Credits Scenario Conditions of Business Plan Development for 2014 Forecast _RAS_2014 | 5
  8. 8. 2012 2013E* 2014F Δ % 2014F/2013E Net Assets 76,417 76,800 82,473 7.4% Revenues, including: 36,273 41,275 47,546 15.2% - Electricity distribution services 28,816 33,256 39,196 17.9% - Grid connections services 7,282 7,862 8,183 4.1% - Other 175 157 168 7.0% Costs 32,830 37,619 40,290 7.1% Gross profit 3,443 3,656 7,256 98.% Profit before taxes 2,154 1,946 4,292 120.6% Net profit 1,234 691 2,649 283.4% For reference: ROE, % 2.08% 0.90% 3.45% 2.55 p.p. EBITDA* 9,925 12,134 16,862 39.0% EBITDA margin,% 27.36% 29.40% 35.46% 6.06 p.p. Debt/EBITDA 2.80 2.77 2.92 - CAPEX (deployment) 14,891 17,350 25,864 4.1% Key Indicators of Business Plan of Lenenergo for 2014 ** Hereinafter the indicator is calculated in accordance with the methodology applied at formation of the business plan: EBITDA = Net profit + Income tax + Amortization + (Interest payable - Interest receivable) CAPEX, RUB mln EBITDA, RUB mln, EBITDA margin, % Costs, RUB mlnRevenues, RUB mln Net profit, RUB mln Key Indicators in Dynamics for the Last 5 Years 34,201 37,009 36,273 41,275 47,546 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П 27,488 31,758 32,830 37,619 40,290 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П 10,292 8,573 9,925 12,134 16,862 30% 23% 27% 29% 35% 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П 3,806 1,417 1,234 691 2,649 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П RUB mln 51,897 56,195 76,417 76,800 82,473 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П Net assets, RUB mln 15,813 15,061 14,891 17,350 25,864 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П * FY2013 results shall be adjusted due to the expected drop in revenues from rendering grid connection services ! E Key Financial Indicators of Business Plan for 2014 F E F E F E F E F E F Forecast _RAS_2014 | 6
  9. 9. 645 321 523 461 517 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П Electricity Distribution Services Index 2012 2013E 2014F 2014F/ 2013E,% Electricity productive supply, mln kWh 30,007 29,720 29,156 -1.9% Electricity productive supply, mln kWh (in comparable conditions)** 28,176 28,178 28,776 2.1% Electricity losses in grids, % 10.37% 10.21% 10.30% 0.09 p.p. Electricity losses in grids, % (in comparable conditions)** 10.92% 10.57% 10.30% -0.27 p.p. Index 2012 2013E 2014F 2014F/ 2013E,% Connected capacity, MW 523 461 517 12.1% Closed contracts, pieces 6,949 10,356 12,570 -7.5% Connections up to 15 kW, pieces 6,223 8,741 11,758 34.5% Grid Connection Services Target indicator of electricity losses by the end of 2018 – 8.68% to total supply to network 6,302 pcs 6,949 pcs 4,173 pcs 10,356 pcs 12,570 pcs The size of connected capacity in 2014 will make 517 MW that is 12 % above the level of 2013. It is generally associated with performance in 2014 of obligations under the grid connection contract with FSUE Uniform Customer Group on the object Losevo-Kamennogorsk. Within implementation of the Plan of execution of current, accumulated and overdue obligations on grid connection the Business plan provides closing of the Company’s accumulated obligations up to 2016. As before, in the structure of obligations on the volume of connected capacity, contracts up to 15 kW prevail. ** Reduced productive electricity supply in 2014 is due to the termination of last mile mechanism on the territory of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region to consumers directly connected to the grids of JSC FGC UES . The expected amount of productive supply to consumers of “last mile” excluded from the balance of Lenenergo in 2014 shall constitute 162 mln kWh. In comparable conditions productive supply growth by 2.1% is planned. Pursuant to the Program of energy saving and energy efficiency a decrease in the share of electricity losses to total supply to network by 0.27 percentage points is planned Dynamics of Productive Supply (mln kWh) and Losses (%) in Comparable Conditions Dynamics of Connected Capacity (MW ) and Closed Contracts (pcs ) 27,172 27,222 28,176 28,178 28,776 11.36% 11.18% 10.92% 10.57% 10.30% 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П * FY2013 results shall be adjusted due to the expected drop in revenues from rendering grid connection services Key Operational Highlights of Business Plan for 2014 E F E F ! Forecast _RAS_2014 | 7
  10. 10. 18.7% 6.0% 9.6% 9.6% 9.6% 9.6% 7.6% 30.6% 6.0% 12.5% 12.5% 12.5% 12.5% 10.5% 14,190 16,321 18,204 20,600 23,372 26,393 28,936 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 22,852 26,676 29,728 34,301 39,610 45,702 52,711 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Region of Russia Amount of invested capital, RUB mln Operation expenses Rate of return on old capital, % Base level, RUB mln Efficiency index, % 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 St. Petersburg 48,359 2,766 3% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 11% Leningrad Region 23,865 2,468 3% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 11% Tariff models are formed considering extension of the regulation period up to 2019 and in line with the forecast of social and economic development forecast of the Russian Federation prepared by the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia for 2014- 2016, in which excess of the levels of tariff growth for electric power transmission in 2014-2019 set by the RF Government is admissible with a reservation for 2014 for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, and is caused by large investment programs. Following the results of approval of the tariff and balance decision for 2014 by the Regulator (Tariff Committees of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region) Business plan can be adjusted First regulatory period 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 St. Petersburg Leningrad Region Previously set RAB «reboot» Extension of the regulation period Dynamics of Required Gross Revenues (RUB mln) and Tariff Growth Rate (%) for the Category “Other Consumers” in 2H Approved Parameters of Tariff Regulation RAB regulation Growth of average joint operation tariff 17.5% 20.9% 9.5% 11.6% 11.8% 11.9% 11.0% Growth of average joint operation tariff -2.2% 17.4% 7.5% 9.0% 9.3% 9.3 % 8.3% Tariff Regulation Framework Forecast _RAS_2014 | 8
  11. 11. 41,275 37,619 3,656 691 47,546 40,290 7,256 2,649 Выручка от реализации продукции Себестоимость Прибыль от реализации Чистая прибыль 2013 ожид 2014 П 12,134 16,862 2013 ожид 2014 П -7,370 -4,941 7,022 6,774 1,039 816 от прочей пром. деятельности от услуг по ТП от услуг по передаче э/э +15% +7% +98% +283% + 39% Gross Profit and Net Profit Generation, RUB mln EBITDA, RUB mln EBITDA margin, % 29% 35% EBITDA 16,862 100% Depreciation of FA & IA 9,898 59% Interest payable - Interest receivable 2,672 15% Income tax 1,643 10% Net profit 2,649 16%- = 691 2,649 +283% Breakdown of Net Profit by Types of Activity, RUB mln Net profit 2014F Planned Growth Factors of Net Profit, RUB mln Planned revenues shall increase by RUB 6,271 mln, or 15% mainly due to the growth of revenues from electricity transmission as a result of increase in the average tariff for electricity transmission 2013 ожид. 2014 П +5,940 2,649 +331 -2 ,476 -195 -1,254 -388 691 Growth of revenues from electricity transmission Revenues form grid connections, other revenues Controllable costs growth Uncontrollable costs growth Interests, other income and expenses Income tax growth Net profit 2013E* Net profit margin 5,6% Net profit margin 1.7% FY 2103 expected net profit is mainly generated at the expense of income from revealed unregistered/ non- contractual electricity consumption. Growth of net profit is planned for 2014 in х3.8 times to the level of 2013 at the expense of growth of gross profit by RUB 3,600 mln in connection with revenues growth at insignificant increase of prime cost * * Financial Result Generation Plan in 2014 Sales revenue Costs Sales profit Net profit 2013 E* 2014 F 2013 E* 2014 F 2013 E* 2014 F * FY2013 results shall be adjusted due to the expected drop in revenues from rendering grid connection services from other activities from grid connection from electricity transmission ! Forecast _RAS_2014 | 9
  12. 12. 41,275 47,546 Revenues by Types of Activities**, RUB mln +15% Costs by Types of Activities*, RUB mln 37,619 40,290+7% Breakdown of Costs, RUB mln Drivers of Planned Growth of Key Costs Items in 2014 Depreciation of fixed assets and intangible assets: increase of RUB 1,316 mln, or 15% due to planned increase in the value of fixed assets in 2014 taking into account input of fixed assets under the investment program, and in connection with the increase in the average rate of depreciation charges, caused by changes in the breakdown of FA input Services of FGC UES: costs reduction by 4.3% is caused by a drop in the amount of declared capacity by 7.2% due to termination of “last mile” contracts from 01.01.2014, increase in the rate for networks maintenance by 4.5% with a slight decrease in the tariff for purchase of electricity to compensate for losses in UNEG networks by 0.9% Services of other distribution grid companies: increase of costs by RUB 1,375 mln, or 17%. Costs are generated according to the scenario conditions of business planning for 2014-2018, approved balances of electric power and capacity for 2014 and inclusion in RGR of TGOs in 2014 of lost income of JSC LOESK recognized by FTS of Russia Forecast _RAS_2014 | 10 EXPENSESS 2012 2013E 2014F 2014F/ 2013E, % Uncontrollable expenses: 25,180 29,346 31,822 8% Purchased electricity to compensate losses 4,754 5,944 6,026 1% Services of FGC UES on e/e transmission 6,119 6,811 6,514 -4% Services of other DGCs on e/e transmission 8,029 8,010 9,385 17% Fixed and intangible assets depreciation 6,278 8,581 9,898 15% Controllable expenses: 7,650 8,273 8,467 2% Personnel costs (Payroll, UST, pension fund fees) 3,526 3,980 4,214 6% Material costs 537 603 626 4% Industrial services 1,208 1,329 913 -31% Taxes and fees referred to expenses 135 506 796 57% IT, telecommunication 336 431 466 8% Rent (lease) 403 483 547 13% Other expenses 1,506 942 905 -4% Total expenses 3, 830 37,619 40,290 7% 33,256 39,196 7,862 8,183 2013 ожид 2014 П от услуг по передаче э/э от услуг по ТП 37,202 39,728 339 496 2013 ожид 2014 П Unit costs per 1 c.u. in 2012 prices, RUB thousand, growth rate, % 12.3 12.47 11.12 2012 2013 ожид. 2014 П 1.4% -9.6% Planned overall effect of the costs management Program in 2014: RUB 1,351 mln Within implementation of the requirements of the Grid Complex Development Strategy of the Russian Federation (RF Government Decree of 03.04.2013 № 511-r) ! Financial Result Generation Plan in 2014 2013 E* 2014 F 2013 E* 2014 F * FY2013 results shall be adjusted due to the expected drop in revenues from rendering grid connection services from grid connection from electricity transmission ** Including other economic activities, revenues and costs of which are less than 1% of total amount 2013 E* 2014 F
  13. 13. 21,530 19,061 1,600 38,991 11,895 2,689 4,796 9,788 Кредитный портфель на 01.01.14 Привлечение Погашение Кредитный портфель на 31.12.14 Операционные кредиты Инвестиционные кредиты 33% 1% 1% 8% 33% 25% Сбербанк Банк ВТБ Связь-банк Банк Россия Облигационные займы Новые кредиты Plan of Credit Resources Flow in 2014, RUB mln -+ Bonded Loans Parameters Placed Issue in 2014 Bonded Loans Series 04 Exchange Bonds Series BО-01 Exchange Bonds Volume RUB 3 bn RUB 3 bn RUB 10 bn Rate, % 8.5 % 8.25% Placement date 24.04.2012 17.04.2013 Maturity date 1 820th day 1 092th day Term of offer 3 years without offer 3 years Circulation period 5 years 3 years 10 years Planned Credit Portfolio Structure in 2014 Average rate 9.07% Credits and Loans (RUB mln), Debt/EBITDA 33,425 21,750 6,396 48,779 Planned ratio Debt/EBITDA Is not exceeding the recommended level (3) Forecast _RAS_2014 | 11 In 2013, Prospectus of exchange bonds issues of four series was registered at par value of RUB 20 bn with a circulation period of 10 years 14,733 26,993 27,789 33,574 49,203 1.43 3.15 2.8 2.77 2.92 2010 2011 2012 2013 ожид 2014 П The total amount of loans and credits (debt including debts on accrued but unpaid interest), and Net debt in 2014 increases due to the loans attracted to finance a large-scale investment program Net debt, RUB mln 14,405 20,197 22,360 24,707 47,687 = Sberbank VTB Bank Svyaz Bank Bank of Russia Bonded loans New credits Agency Rating Assigned Moody’s Ba2 (outlook – stable) Nov. 2009 Moody’s Interfax Rating Agency (rating on the national scale Aa2.ru (outlook – stable) Nov. 2009 Credit Rating Confirmed in Jan. 2013 Loan Portfolio and Debt Position Formation Plan for the end of 2014 2013 E* 2014 F AttractedCredit Portfolio as of 01.01.2014 Repaid Credit Portfolio as of 31.12.2014 Operational credits Investment credits
  14. 14. 1.9 4.9 7.2 6.6 8.9 6.31.2 2.1 5.1 2.5 1.9 4.28.1 12.9 13.2 11.1 6.3 4.2 6.1 6.0 4.6 8.2 7.4 9.6 2013 ожид. 2014 П 2015 П 2016 П 2017 П 2018 П Прочие, включая фед. программы Технологическое присоединение Новое строительство Техническое перевооружение и реконструкция Investment sources of the long-term investment program 2013E 2014F 2015F 2016F 2017F 2018F Capacity input, MW 868 1,992 2,508 2,781 2,758 1,729 Capacity input, km 2,247 2,634 2,591 3,133 1,949 2,313 17.4 25.9 30.0 28.4 24.5 24.2 Long-Term Investment Program (deployment)Capacity Input Forecast _RAS_2014 | 12 Key challenges of the large-scale investment program: • Renovation of the Company’s network assets • Execution of obligations on grid connection, including to the preferential category of consumers • Implementation of the Renovation Program of cable lines 6-110 kV in St. Petersburg (using federal budget funds received during the additional issue of JSC Rusgrids) • Implementation of innovative projects and energy efficiency programs • creation of technological infrastructure to ensure functioning of competitive electricity and capacity markets 2013F 2014P 2015P 2016P 2017P 2018P Investment program, total 17.4 25.9 30.0 28.4 24.5 24.2 Internal funds 2.4 7.4 8.4 7.1 7.8 8.4 Amortization 0.0 5.4 6.5 7.1 7.8 8.4 Net profit 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Other internal funds 2.3 2.0 1.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 Including additional issue of of ordinary shares 1.6 0.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Finance raising 15.1 18.5 21.6 21.3 16.7 15.8 Borrowings (credits and loans) 9.1 13.8 15.7 15.0 13.7 13.2 Prepayments for technological connections 6.0 4.7 5.3 5.7 3.0 2.6 Budgetary financing 0.0 0.0 0.6 0.6 0.0 0.0 The investment program for 2014-2019 is in line with the program sent for approval to the Ministry of Energy of Russia as amended by the executive authorities of constituent entities of the Russian Federation. Sources of CAPEX funding for the period 2014-2019 were calculated on the basis of tariff models for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, formed in accordance with the social and economic development forecast of Russia for 2014-2016, developed by Russian Ministry of Economic Development and considering the need to implement large-scale investment programs RUB bn, net of VAT RUB bn, net of VAT Others, including federal programs Grid connections New construction Technical re- equipment and reconstruction Long-Term Investment Program for 2013-2018 2013 E 2014 F 2015 F 2016 F 2017 F 2018 F
  15. 15. Strategic Risks Drop in industrial production and consumption of electric power Emergency situations owing to natural disasters Depreciation of network assets Restraining of tariffs Inconsistency of tariffs and rates approved by the regulator and the Company's needs Cross-subsidization Disagreements between grid companies and power trading companies relative the volumes of electricity and capacity used in tariff calculation Impugnment by the regulator of assessment results of initial base of invested capital Default of obligations on grid connection towards consumers owing to large volume of demands Decrease in demand for grid connection and electricity transmission services in comparison with the planned volumes considered at adoption of tariff and balance decisions Inflation growth Unforeseen increase in interest rates in the financial market Growth of accounts receivable in view of possible non-payments from power trading companies owing to changes in pricing conditions in the retail market Regulatory Risks Financial Risks Risks associated with reliability of electricity supply, provision of safe maintenance of grid facilities and energy efficiency Rise in prices for industrial supplies and materialsProcurements and Logistics Risks Growth of tax rate or change of taxes calculation methodologyTax Risks Risks of Business Plan Parameters Default Forecast _RAS_2014 | 13
  16. 16. CONTACTS JSC Lenenergo 1, Constitution Sq, St. Petersburg , Russia 196247 Head of Department for Corporate Governance and Shareholders Relationship Andrey Smolnikov Tel./ fax +7 (812) 595 31 76 Smolnikov.AS@nwenergo.com Investor Relations Ulyana Davydova Tel. +7 (812) 494 39 06 Fax +7 (812) 494 37 34 ir@lenenergo.ru Davydova.UE@nwenergo.com www.lenenergo.ru

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