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    NEWS | AgustaWestland AW189 in RU Rosneft

    Rosneft, Leonardo and Russian Helicopters Joint Venture


    Redistribution of Helivert holding. First 13 AW189 to be built in Italy and rest in Russia from 2018. Moscow plant to bring manufacturing localization level up to 70%.



    Redistribution of Helivert holding. First 13 AW189 to be built in Italy and rest in Russia from 2018. Moscow plant to bring manufacturing localization level up to 70%.

    Rosneft, Leonardo and Russian Helicopters Joint Venture


    Rosneft, June 17, 2016 - Rosneft, Leonardo-Finmeccanica S.p.A. and JSC Russian Helicopters signed a Strategic Partnership Development Agreement.

    The document was signed in the presence of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, by Rosneft Chief Executive Officer Igor Sechin, Leonardo-Finmeccanica S.p.A. Chief Executive Officer Mauro Moretti and JSC Russian Helicopters General Director Alexander Mikheev.

    The tripartite agreement provides for supply from Leonardo-Finmeccanica to Rosneft of 30 helicopters. The document envisages that 13 helicopters will be built in Italy and 17 – on Joint Venture Helivert producing facilities. The Agreement outlines that the helicopters should be supplied to Rosneft in 2018.

    In accordance with the strategic partnership agreement, signed in December 2014, the localization program envisages the delivery from the JV HeliVert to Rosneft of 150 helicopters by 2025.

    In addition, the document confirms intentions of the parties to bring manufacturing localization level at JV Helivert up to 70%.

    n 20 July 2015, Rosneft, Finmeccanica S.p.A. and JSC Russian Helicopters signed the JV Helivert restructuring agreement.

    JV restructuring assumes Rosneft's participation in its charter capital that will result in the change of partners' participation interests in the JV. AgustaWestland will become the holder of 40% stake (currently, 50%), Russian Helicopters - 30% stake (currently, 50%), Rosneft - 30% stake.


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