"Of course, there is the effect of oil production in the framework of the OPEC+ deal, but in general, if we talk about the company's production, due to high share of gas in our portfolio, a high share of condensate, this effect is not so large. It will decline year-on-year, but not more than 5 percent," Yakovlev said during the company's conference call.
The top manager refrained from forecasting production of liquid hydrocarbons in 2020, as the market situation remains volatile.
"We will produce as much as is demanded by the market, as much as we can do within the framework of the quota," he said.
"Refining will certainly be slightly lower than last year, but the decrease will not be any significant, it will be within 5 percent," he said.
Gazprom Neft plans to revise the timeframe of offshore projects at an early stage of development in connection with the current market situation, Dyukov also said.