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Sberbank Capital seeks to recover $450 mln from former co-owner of Antipinsky refinery

13:28 13/02/2020

MOSCOW, February 13 (RAPSI) – Sberbank Capital seeks to recover a 28.45 billion rubles (about $450 million) from board chairman of New Stream oil and gas company and former co-owner of troubled Antipinsky refinery Dmitry Mazurov charged with embezzlement, according to the Moscow Commercial Court’s records.

For this, Sberbank Capital moved to enter the debt into the list of creditors’ claims. The hearing was set for April 13.

On January 29, the court ruled to initiate the debt restructuring process with respect to Mazurov in favor of Persit Services Inc., which had the respective petition.

Earlier, the Moscow City Court upheld detention of Mazurov in a 1.8-billion-ruble (about 28 million) embezzlement case.

The businessman was arrested on July 13, 2019, on suspicion of embezzling 1.8 billion rubles (nearly $30 million) from Russia’s Sberbank through default on a loan given to one of his companies.

A felony complaint was filed by Sberbank and Antipinsky refinery, in construction of which Mazurov was involved in 2004 – 2019.

Mazurov pleads not guilty.

Antipinsky is a private, not a state-run refinery which capacity exceeds 9 million tonnes per year. The refinery occupies its rightful place among the largest players of the Russian oil refining industry, forming the Urals and West-Siberian oil refinery market, and is known abroad, the company’s official website says.

In December of 2019, the refinery was declared bankrupt.

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Sberbank Capital seeks to recover $450 mln from former co-owner of Antipinsky refinery

13:28 13/02/2020 Sberbank Capital seeks to recover a 28.45 billion rubles (about $450 million) from board chairman of New Stream oil and gas company and former co-owner of troubled Antipinsky refinery Dmitry Mazurov charged with embezzlement.
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