MOSCOW, July 13 (RAPSI) — PJSC Bank Yugra has submitted over 48.5 billion rubles ($643 million) in creditor claims to JSC Oil Company Dulisma that is allegedly owned by Alexey Khotin, a former shareholder of the bank, according to the order of the Moscow Commercial Court.
The court is to consider the claim on October 6.
On June 10, the Moscow Commercial Court, at the request of the Federal Tax Service of Russia, introduced a monitoring procedure with respect to NK Dulisma. The register of claims of the oil company's creditors included the claims of the Federal Tax Service of Russia for the largest taxpayers No. 2 in the amount of 7.5 billion rubles ($1 billion at the current exchange rate) of the principal debt, 602.6 million rubles ($8 million) in penalties and more than 3 billion rubles ($40 million) in fines. Alexey Posashkov was approved as the temporary manager of the debtor.
In November 2020, the Moscow District Commercial Court dismissed a cassation appeal of Yugra Bank against the ruling of the Moscow Commercial Court of August 17, 2020, which terminated the bankruptcy proceedings against Dulisma Oil Company, saying that on the basis of the case materials the obligations of Dulisma to the bank had been terminated.
NK Dulisma is a subsoil user of the Dulisminskoye oil and gas condensate field in the Irkutsk region. Previously, it was a part of Urals Energy, and in 2012 it was sold to business structures owned by the Khotin family.