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RUSSIA FORUM 2012

  1. 1. RUSSIA FORUM 2012 Troika Dialog - Sberbank Lenenergo, JSC 2011 Preliminary Results & Plans for 2012 Ulyanychev I.V. (CFO) Sudakova T.G. (Director on Economics )
  2. 2. 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 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 JSC "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. Disclaimer
  3. 3. Personal number of Lenenergo as of 31.12.2011 was equal to 6,052 people in St.-Petersburg – 75.2% Lenenergo share in the electric power transmission market as of 31.12.2011: 90.85 % 9.15 % Ordinary shares 928,021,679.004 pcs Preferred shares 93,264,311 pcs Authorized capital of Lenenergo is equal to RUR 1,019,285,990.004 Share capital structure of Lenenergo** Information on Lenenergo shares Quotation list MICEX B Tickers Ordinary shares LSNG Preferred shares LSNGP Capitalization 31.12.2011, USD mln* 348 in the Leningrad Region – 60.3% General information on the Company **as of the closing date of the register: 17.11.2011 Service area, thousand sq.km 87.3 Population, mln. people 6.2 Lenenergo is one of the largest electricity distribution companies in Russia, the operator of 0.4-110 kV grids, servicing the territory of Saint-Petersburg and the Leningrad region Main types of activity: • electric power transmission and distribution services; • technological connection of power receiving facilities (power plants) of business and individuals to the grids The Lenenergo share in Saint-Petersburg and Leningrad region in the electric power transmission market as of 31.12.2011 – 69.8% Lenenergo comprises 10 operational units in Saint-Petersburg and the Leningrad region * The calculation is made on the capitalization weighted average price on the MICEX SE at the rate of the Central Bank on that date | 1 Major competitors of Lenenergo: municipal electric network companies OAO SPbES in Saint-Petersburg and OAO LOESK in the Leningrad region I.D.E.ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION INVESTMENTS 1 LIMITED (ZAO IES Holding) ENERGYO SOLUTIONS RUSSIA LIMITED (EOS Russia) RUSENERGO FUND LIMITED JP MORGAN Funds other The city of St.-Petersburg (CPMC) IDGC Holding 50.31% 25.16% 8.76% 4.15% 2.75% 1.83% 7.05%
  4. 4. High voltage grids (FGC) LENENERGO Third-party grid organizations (TGOs) Electricity trading companies End consumersGeneration wholesale electricity market Major TGOs in the region: In SPb – OAO SPbES, In the LR – OAO LOESK Branch of JSC FGC UES – MES of North-West • Independent power sales companies • Guarantying suppliers: OAO PSK, OOO RSK-Energo, OOO Rusenergosbyt, OOO Energy Holding • Direct consumers – participants of wholesale and retail electricity markets Payment of losses TGK-1, OGK-6, S-Z GRES, LAES, etc. Consolidated revenue system* electric power charges electricity transmission charges electric power electric power electric power 0.4-110 kV grids 0.4-10 kV grids220 kV grids electric power Business model of Lenenergo: cash flows and electric power flows *Required gross proceeds (RGP) of TGOs and FGC are included in RGP of Lenenergo Transmission services Distribution grid companyelectricity transmission charges | 2 electric power charges electricity transmission charges
  5. 5. Creation of free transformer capacity to ensure optimal load of supply centers of power receiving equipment, ensuring optimum operation of the electrical network Fulfillment of obligations towards subscribers under contracts for technological connection, formation of the grid infrastructure, corresponding to rates of social and economic development of the region Replacement of fixed assets and reduction of wear of equipment due to the implementation of investment programs agreed with the administrations of the region Development of optimal accounting system of electric power that verifies the amount of rendered services and reduction of commercial losses of electricity within the framework of energy efficiency and energy saving program Implementation of the innovative development Achievement of balanced results of price regulation to ensure profitability of regulated activities and creation of own resources to finance its investment program Optimization of costs and execution of key performance indicators of the Company Enhancement of quality and reliability of services Improving of operational efficiency Provision of optimal indicators of financial stability of the Company and increase capitalization of the Company Improving of financial performance and sustainability Expansion and control of power grid services market► ► ► ► ► ► ► ► ► | 3 Strategic goals of Lenenergo
  6. 6. 11,409 10,334 15,813 14,993 13,316 28,439 27,672 29,095 29,094 30,060 20,828 26,088 34,201 37,165 38,409 5,566 8,190 10,356 8,294 9,659 Unit 2008 2009 2010 2011* Installed capacity MVA 19,365.5 19,901.4 20,740.5 21,127.0 Overhead Transmission Lines 0.38-110 kV on circuit km 39,084.6 39,285.9 39,418.8 39,616.9 Overhead Transmission Lines 0.38-110 kV on line km 35,966.5 36,148.2 36,273.6 36,428.4 Cable lines 0.38-110 kV km 16,730.9 17,650.7 18,622.3 18,627.1 Substations 35-110 kV pcs (MVA) 368 (12,818) 370 (13,084) 372 (13,466) 373 (13,546) Transformer substations 6-35 kV pcs (MVA) 13 646 (6,548) 13 909 (6,818) 14 361 (7,275) 14 533 (7,581) Characteristics of Lenenergo assets EBITDA, RUR mln Revenue, RUR mln Net profit, RUR mln Productive supply, mln kWh 2008 2009 2010 2011F 2012F Dynamics of key indicators of Lenenergo | 4 + 3.3% + 3.4% + 16.5% + 35.1% -11.2% CAPEX, RUR mln 1,540 3,258 3,806 1,000 1,350 * as of 30.09.2011 Business and financial highlights
  7. 7. 228 79 56 27 34 29 32 28 22 5 9 97 85 25 11 17 17 16 10 8 2 3 ХолдингМРСК МОЭСК МРСКЦентра Ленэнерго МРСКЦиП МРСКУрала МРСКВолги МРСКСибири МРСКС-З МРСКСК МРСКЮга 31.12.2010 31.12.2011 0 10 20 30 40 50 - 10 000 20 000 30 000 40 000 50 000 60 000 11.01.2011 25.01.2011 08.02.2011 22.02.2011 08.03.2011 22.03.2011 05.04.2011 19.04.2011 03.05.2011 17.05.2011 31.05.2011 14.06.2011 28.06.2011 12.07.2011 26.07.2011 09.08.2011 23.08.2011 06.09.2011 20.09.2011 04.10.2011 18.10.2011 01.11.2011 15.11.2011 29.11.2011 13.12.2011 27.12.2011 Суммарная капитализация АО average АП average Securities of Lenenergo in 2010-2011 against the background of investors’ mistrust caused by the uncertainty of tariff regulation 31.12.2010 31.12.2011 ∆,% MICEX 1,687.99 1,402.23 -16.89 MICEX PWR 3,435.32 2,053.02 -40.24 Ordinary shares average 25.95 9.84 -62.08 Quotations of Lenenergo shares and capitalization in 2011 Capitalization of Lenenergo in 2011, RUR mln* Comparison of MICEX and MICEX PWR indices and ordinary shares of Lenenergo in 2011 Year Dividends on ordinary shares, RUR per 1 share Dividends on preferred shares, RUR per 1 share Dividends accrued, RUR thousand for 2008 no 1.6508 153,962 for 2009 no 3.4933 325,804 for 2010 no 4.0804 380,559 ** In accordance with the Charter of Lenenergo dividends shall be accrued on preferred shares of Type A in the amount of 10% of the net profit following the results of the completed fiscal year Capitalization*, RUR mln 2009 2010 2011 2011/2010 MICEX SE 25,571 27,372 11,139 -59.3% on MICEX SE Price on 31.12.2011, RUR LSNG (MICEX) 9.84 LSNGP (MICEX) 21.74 Lenenergo dividends for 2008-2010, RUR mln** Dynamics of DGCs’ capitalization in 2011 on MICEX SE, RUR bln* * The calculation of capitalization is made on the average weighted rate at MICEX SE RURp/p | 5 RURRUR mln 28,477 28,332 26,719 24,958 21,881 19,094 20,047 17,091 14,026 14,262 13,260 11,139 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 0 500 1 000 1 500 2 000 2 500 3 000 3 500 4 000 11.01.2011 01.02.2011 22.02.2011 15.03.2011 05.04.2011 26.04.2011 17.05.2011 07.06.2011 28.06.2011 19.07.2011 09.08.2011 30.08.2011 20.09.2011 11.10.2011 01.11.2011 22.11.2011 13.12.2011 MICEX MICEX PWR average АО ЛЭ JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Total capitalization Ordinary shares average Preferred shares average Ordinary shares average In 2011, the Company’s shares traded in the general downward trend with DGC companies and the industry index, reflecting the mistrust of investors in relation with the uncertainty of tariff regulation IDGCHolding MOESK IDGCofCenter IDGCofCenter andVolga IDGCofVolga IDGCofUrals Lenenergo IDGCof North-West IDGCofSouth IDGCofSiberia IDGCofNorth Caucasus
  8. 8. Preliminary results of 2011 and key indicators of Lenenergo activity in accordance with its business plan for 2012 Indicator Unit 31.12.2010 31.12.2011 estimated 31.12.2012 plan Δ in % 2012/2011 Productive supply mln kWh 29,095 29,094 30,060 3.32% Electricity losses % 10.71% 10.56% 10.29% -0.27 p.p. Connected capacity kW 645,279 319,594 369,659 15.67% Revenue, including: RUR mln 34,201 37,165 38,409 3.35% - from services on electric power transmission RUR mln 23,873 28,711 30,318 5.60% - from services on technological connection RUR mln 10,164 8,283 7,928 -4.29% - from other activities RUR mln 164 170 163 -4.20% Costs RUR mln 27,488 31,953 34,012 +6.44% Profit on sales RUR mln 6,713 5,212 4,397 -15.63% Profit before taxes RUR mln 5,282 2,055 2,271 10.52% Net profit RUR mln 3,806 1,000 1,350 35.04% For reference: ROE % 7.80% 1.83% 2.53% - EBITDA RUR mln 10,356 8,294 9,659 16.46% EBITDA margin % 30.28% 22.32% 25.15% - Net debt*/EBITDA - 1.39 2.44 2.82 - Investment program (disbursement) RUR mln 15,813 14,993 13,316 -11.18% * The value of net debt is calculated as the sum of loans (including debt on %) less cash and short-term investments 9.97 10.33 10.71 10.56 10.29 2008 2009 2010 2011F 2012F 5,566 8,190 10,356 8,294 9,659 2008 2009 2010 2011F 2012F 20,828 26,088 34,201 37,165 38,409 2008 2009 2010 2011F 2012F 11,409 10,334 15,813 14,993 13,316 2008 2009 2010 2011F 2012F Priority task – reduction in losses Priority task – stable growth of revenue Priority task – fulfillment of the investment program in the approved amount for the maintenance of reliability of power supply in the region Priority task – profit from transmission services and the growth in EBITDA 17,680 20,815 27,488 31,953 34,012 2008 2009 2010 2011F 2012F Priority task –reduction in the rate of costs’ increase due to the cost reduction program and reduction of federal factors | 6
  9. 9. Approved by PPO in average per year Approved by PPO since 01.05.11 Estimated 2011 ∆ in % 2011 estimated/ approved РРО in average per year SPB 99.2 95.5 96.6 -2.6% LR 110.2 110.2 105.7 -4.1% Main reasons for decline in the expected tariff relative to approved: - Switch of OAO PESC* to calculations under one-rate tariff in SPB - Reduction of the contractual capacity of OAO PESC in the Leningrad region relative to accounted for regulation - Change in the consumption structure on voltage levels 2011 approved by РРО 2011 estimated 2012 business plan ∆ in % from 2011 approved estimated Saint-Petersburg Revenue, RUR mln 18,273 18,310 18,491 1.2% 1% Tariff, kop/kWh 98.9 96.6 95.6 -3.3% -1% Leningrad region Revenue, RUR mln 11,734 11,428 12,569 7.1% 10% Tariff, kop/kWh 110.2 105.7 110.6 0.4% 4.6% Estimated results of 2011 (average tariff, kop/kWh) Restrictions for tariff decisions in 2012 Forecast of RF Ministry of Economical Development Draft of PP RF on the basics of pricing Tariff ceiling for the transmission tariffs Tariffs in 1H – on the level of the end of 2011 Tariffs in 2H – 11% growth The decline in the average tariff in Saint-Petersburg is associated with preservation of the declared capacity at the level of 2011 with the increase in productive electricity supply relative to the approved for 2011 by 4.7%, relative to the estimated for 2011 - by2%. The declared capacity of the generator voltage consumer OOO KINEF (40 MW) is partly accounted for in the Leningrad region, the declared capacity of other consumers is reduced due to release of "last mile“ subscriber (OAO RZD) 2012 2013 2014 Increase in the annual average rate of tariffs 6% 10% 9-10% The growth of rates since 2H 11% 9-10% 9-10% Long-term tariff regulation parameters for Lenenergo were determined at the end of 2010 for the period 2011-2015. In accordance with the order of the Government of the Russian Federation in the period up to 01.04.2012 there should be made the revision of these parameters and the formation of a new tariff projection with the extension of the long=term period at least up to 2017. * the largest trading company in the region | 7 Estimated growth of tariffs in 2012 in accordance with business plan Tariff decisions for electricity transmission in 2012
  10. 10. Indicator Leningrad region Saint-Petersburg Lenenergo, total Loss on transmission, built into by regulators due to the smoothing -2,167 -3,697 -5,864 Deviation from the expected expenses accounted for in the tariff model -429 1,241 813 Expected loss on electricity transmission, total -2,596 -2,456 -5,052 In view of limitation of tariffs’ growth in 2012 there is incorporated in the tariff model a loss on electricity transmission through the use of smoothing (which will be compensated in subsequent years): RUR mln Formation of required gross proceeds and factors contributing to formation of losses in electricity transmission in 2012 Own funds for investments and expenses from profit LR 3,704 SPB -3,697 Loss on electricity transmission, built into by regulators LR -2,167 SPB 7,000 Interest on loans, expenses from profit LR 1,295 SPB 2,072 Smoothing LR 2,683 SPB 4,559 Own funds for investments LR -274 SPB 369 Depreciation LR 1,893 SPB 4,066 - - -= = Indicator Unit Saint-Petersburg Leningrad region 2011 2012 2011 2012 Controllable expenses RUR mln 2,723 2,884 2,384 2,491 Non-controllable expenses RUR mln 12,348 12,812 9,459 10,041 payment of OAO FGC UES RUR mln 3,765 4,530 2,575 2,371 services of TGO RUR mln 3,437 3,222 4,532 4,916 losses in Lenenergo grids RUR mln 3,713 3,955 1,903 2,313 other non-controllable expenses RUR mln 1,432 1,105 449 441 Repatriation of capital RUR mln 3,051 3,226 2,027 2,089 ROE RUR mln 3,268 5,889 1,556 2,475 Smoothing RUR mln -3,117 -5,822 -3,691 -4,328 Total required gross proceeds RUR mln 18,273 18,988 11,734 12,768 Productive electricity supply mln kWh 18,475 19,227 10,651 11,081 Average electricity transmission tariff kop/kWh 98.9 98.8 110.2 115.2 Growth to the previous year % -0.1% 4.6% The excess of expenses in the business plan is associated with a reduction in the tariff model of the investment component of TGO The reduction of expenses in the business plan is associated with the accounting by the Committee on Tariff of Saint- Petersburg of greater amount of interest on loans Estimated loss is less than the one built into by the regulator | 8
  11. 11. -4,240 -5,047 6,412 6,295 2011 ожид 2012 план От услуг по передаче э/э От услуг по ТП 30,705 32,838 1,174 1,107 2011 ожид 2012 план От услуг по передаче э/э От услуг по ТП 28,711 30,318 8,283 7,928 2011 ожид. 2012 план От услуг по передаче э/э От услуг по ТП 8,294 9,659 2011 ожид. 2012 план +3.4% +6.4% -15.6% +35.0% -6.6% Formation of sales profit and net profit, RUR mln EBITDA, RUR mln EBITDA margin, % 22.3% 25.2% | 9 37,165 38,409 77.3 % 22.3% 20.6% 78.9% Revenue by types of activity*, RUR mln +3.4% Costs by types of activity*, RUR mln 31,953 34,012+6.4% 96.1% 3.7% 96.5% 3.3% The main factors influencing the formation of the forecast financial result in 2012: - decrease in revenue from services on TC by RUR 355 mln (4.3%) due to the performance of obligations to the largest applicant - OOO Gazprominvestzapad - decrease in revenue from other activities by RUR 7 mln (4.2%) - increase in revenue from electricity transmission services by RUR 1,322 mln (5%) for the following reasons: • increase in electricity transmission volumes • increase in tariffs for electricity transmission, taking into account the rate of growth in accordance with the scenic terms of IDGC Holding - increase in costs by RUR 2,059 mln (6.4%), mainly due to increased costs for the purchase of power to compensate for losses, fees to FGC and TGOs, labor costs and depreciation fees while reducing leasing costs * Including other activities the amount of revenue and costs of which is less than 1% of the total sum 37,165 31,953 5,212 1,000 38,409 34,012 4,397 1,350 Выручка от реализации Себестоимость продукции Валовая прибыль Чистая прибыль 2011 ожид. 2012 план 1,000 1,350+35.0% Net profit by types of activity*, RUR mln - = 2011 estimated 2012 plan 2011 estimated 2012 plan 2011 estimated 2012 plan 2011 estimated 2012 plan EBITDA 9,659 100% Depreciation of FA and IA 5,899 61.1% Interest to be paid 1,489 15.4% Profit tax 920 9.5% Net profit 1,350 14.0%2011 estimated 2012 plan Sales revenue Costs Gross profit Net profit from electricity transmission from TC from electricity transmission from TC from electricity transmission from TC Financial performance of Lenenergo in 2011 – 2012
  12. 12. 31.12.2011 estimated 31.12.2012 plan Δ in % 31.12.2012/ 31.12.2011 Equity capital 53,215 62,304 17.1% Liabilities, inc. 51,974 45,746 -12.0% Long-term borrowings 23,374 26,952 15.3% Short-term borrowings 28,600 18,794 -34.3% Equity to liabilities 1.02 1.36 - Leverage 33.7% 30.6% -3.1 p.p. 31.12.2011 estimated 31.12.2012 plan Δ in % 31.12.2012/ 31.12.2011 Long-term credits and loans 20,800 25,464 22.4% Short-term credits and loans*, including: 6,000 1,965 -67.3% bonded loan (maturity in 2012) 6,000 -100% Debt on interest 193 50 -73.9% Accounts payable** 22,734 16,759 -26.3% Capital structure, RUR mln Credit portfolio, RUR mln Senior lenders of Lenenergo: SBERBANK VTB BANK Saint-Petersburg SVYAZ-BANK JSB ROSSIYA * Liabilities on bonded loans of series 02 and 03 in the amount of RUR 6,000 mln as of 31.12.2011 was transferred in accordance with the requirements of RAS in the structure of short-term liabilities in connection with the upcoming maturity in 2012 Debt position, RUR mln 9.08% Expected average weighted interest rate in 2012 Agency Rating Assigned Moody’s Ba2 (forecast - stable) November, 2009 Moody’s Interfax Rating Agency (rating on national scale) Aa2.ru (forecast - stable) November, 2009 Credit Ratings Confirmed in March, 2011 Borrowings flow in 2012, RUR mln *Net debt is calculated as the sum of credits and loans (including the debt on accrued but not paid interest) minus cash assets and short-term financial investments | 10 ** The amount of aggregate (long-term and short-term) accounts payable is displayed (without debt on credits and loans) 31.12.2011 estimated 31.12.2012 plan Δ in % 31.12.2012/ 31.12.2011 Net debt as of the end of the period** 20,198 27,272 35.0% Net debt/EBITDA 2.44 2.82 15.9% 26,800 11,029 10,400 27,429 Кредитный портфель на 31.12.2011г. Привлечение (выборка) Погашение Кредитный портфель на 31.12.2012г. As of the end 2012: • RUR 25,464 mln – long-term liabilities on the sum of main debt; • RUR 1,965 mln – short-term liabilities on the sum of main debt – loans transferred into the structure of short-term debt in accordance with accounting standards: prior to their maturity is less than one year; • The sum of accrued interest on long-term and short-term credits and loans as of 31.12.2012 is RUR 50 mln -+ Credit portfolio as of 31.12.2011 Attraction Maturity Credit portfolio as of 31.12.2012 Credit portfolio and debt position of Lenenergo for the end of 2012
  13. 13. Capital investments in accordance with the draft investment program for 2012 will amount to RUR 13,316 mln, that is RUR 1,677 mln, or 11.2% less than in 2011 (estimated) – RUR 14,993 mln Capital investments in 2011-2012, RUR mln, net after VAT Investment program, RUR mln Indicator Saint-Petersburg Leningrad region Lenenergo 2011 2012 Δ in % 2012/2011 2011 2012 Δ in % 2012/2011 2011 2012 Δ in % 2012/2011 Disbursement, RUR mln, net after VAT 10,997 9,950 -9.5% 3,996 3,366 -15.8% 14,993 13,316 -11.2% Commissioning of FA, RUR mln 11,428 12,179 6.6% 4,849 3,060 -36.9% 16,277 15,239 -6.4% Financing, RUR mln, VAT included 11,349 11,746 3.5% 3,870 3,469 -10.4% 15,219 15,215 0.0% Commissioning of capacities, MVA 437 805 84.4% 290 202 -30.3% 727 1 007 38.6% Commissioning of capacities, km 851 492 -42.2% 749 658 -12.2% 1 600 1 150 -28.1% Capacity gain, MVA 349 485 38.9% 140 137 -2.0% 489 622 27.2% Capacity gain, km 671 296 -55.9% 306 206 -32.7% 977 502 -48.6% | 11 Lenenergo 2011 estimated 2012 plan Δ in % 2012/ 2011 Total 14,993 13,316 -11.2% Retrofitting and renovation 6,703 5,894 -12.1% New construction 8,289 7,422 -10.5% CAPEX, RUR mln 14,993 13,316 Indicator 2011 estimated 2012 plan Δ in % 2012/ 2011 Investment sources, total 15,074 13,316 -11.7% depreciation 5,214 426 -91.8% additional issues, including loans attracted for additional issues 1,152 2,119 83.9% sale of assets 1,898 1,515 -20.2% lost income 18 - -100% bank loans 3,135 6,431 105.2% technological connection fees 3,657 2,826 -22.7% 6,703 5,894 8,289 7,422 2011 ожид. 2012 плпн ТПиР Новое строительство Employment of investment sources in 2011-2012, RUR mln, net after VAT 3% 16% 12% 48% 21% bank loans TC fees depreciation additional issues sale of assets R&R New construction 2011 estimated 2012 plan Investment program of Lenenergo for 2012
  14. 14. 1Q -2Q 2012 4Q 2012 – 1Q 2013 2013 2012-2013 Form public offering Offering price the weighted average price determined on the results of trading on the MICEX Stock Exchange for 3 months Volume of issue, RUR bln 3.98 4.97 0.99 9.94 Payment procedure for shares Cash assets + property* Lenenergo conducts corporate procedures to launch the additional issue of ordinary shares in 2012-2013 IDGC Holding and the Administration of Saint- Petersburg exercise their preemptive right to purchase shares in accordance with the existing proportion in ordinary shares of Lenenergo * The St.-Petersburg Government is involved in the additional issue by introducing power grid property The target designation of funds is the Renovation program of 6-110 kV cable network in Saint- Petersburg 50.31% 25.16% 24.53% ОАО "Холдинг МРСК" Санкт Петербург Прочие RUR 2.4 bln Share of minor shareholders by achieving the following goals: The economic effect from implementation of the Renovation program of cable network in St.-Petersburg is the increase of profitability of Lenenergo | 12 - improving power supply security - reducing wear of grids - reducing losses in grids IDGC Holding St.-Petersburg Other Parameters of the additional issue of ordinary shares of Lenenergo in 2012-2013
  15. 15. Federal budget for 2011 LENENERGO RUR 1 bln RUR 2 bln Quarter 4 Quarter 1 2012 IDGC HOLDING SAINT-PETERSBURG Property Other shareholders LENENERGO LENENERGO 1 2 3 RUR 2 bln to share capital RUR 975 mln Cash assets Quarter 2 2012 Quarters 1 and 2 Quarter 2 2013 preemptive right public offering 2012 After placing the issue Shareholder Volume of acquisition, RUR Volume of acquisition, pcs From share capital, % IDGC Holding 2,000,000,009 137,362,638 50.31 St.-Petersburg 999,999,072 68,681,255 25.16 Other shareholders 975,0225,829 66,979,796 24.53* Parameters of the additional issue of ordinary shares in 1Q and 2Q 2012 Plan-schedule of placing the additional issue of ordinary shares 1Q and 2Q 2012 | 13 2011 50.31% 25.16% 24.53% Холдинг МРСК Город СПб Прочие акционеры Offering price RUR 14.56 was defined as the weighted average price of one ordinary share on the basis of trading on the MICEX SE for 3 months in the period from 08.07.2011 up to 07.10.2011 * Subject to placement of all additional shares in the issue The total period of placement is 170 days from the state registration date of the additional issue of shares IDGC Holding St.-Petersburg Other shareholders* Additional issue of ordinary shares of Lenenergo in 1Q and 2Q 2012
  16. 16. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
  17. 17. JSC Lenenergo 196247, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, Constitution Sq., 1 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 CONTACTS

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