Head of Russia’s biggest private oil producer, who criticised the war in Ukraine, dies after ‘falling out of hospital window’

The head of Russia’s biggest privately held oil producer, who criticised the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine, has died after reportedly falling out of a hospital window.

Ravil Maganov, chair of the board of LUKOIL, died this week in mysterious circumstances, according to Russian-language site Interfax, as reported by the FT’s Moscow correspondent.

The company is the biggest privately held oil producer in the country, and in March openly criticised Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. 

In a statement posted on its west to shareholders, LUKOIL’s board expressed “its deepest concerns about the tragic events in Ukraine”.

On Wednesday, the US department of justice obtained a warrant for seizure of a $45M plane owned by PJSC LUKOIL

The head of Russia’s biggest privately held oil producer, who criticised the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine, has died after reportedly falling out of a hospital window.

Ravil Maganov, chair of the board of LUKOIL, died this week in mysterious circumstances, according to Russian-language site Interfax, as reported by the FT’s Moscow correspondent.

The company is the biggest privately held oil producer in the country, and in March openly criticised Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

In a statement posted on its west to shareholders, LUKOIL’s board expressed “its deepest concerns about the tragic events in Ukraine”.

On Wednesday, the US department of justice obtained a warrant for seizure of a $45M plane owned by PJSC LUKOIL.

(c) City AM

5 comments

  1. Putler loves poisoning. Like many psychopaths, he gets wood from the agony of his victims. But defenestration comes a close second.
    Time for him to receive a dose of his own medicine.

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  2. Amazing the Russian idiots believe this is normal life. WTF is it with these morons. Jumping out of windows is now going to become similar to smoking and committing suicide with a bullet behind your head. This isn’t humanity.

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