Ruble plunge, Moscow's conflict with Ukraine, and low oil prices are taking their toll on the Russian energy giant, which saw its profits fall 86% last year.
Its net income plummeted to 159 billion rubles ($3 billion) in 2014 from 1.1 trillion rubles ($20 billion) in 2013.
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