Fortum is negotiating about the divestment of its CHP plant in Tobolsk, Russia to SIBUR


Fortum is negotiating to divest its Russian subsidiary OOO Tobolsk CHP to
SIBUR, Russia's largest integrated gas processing and petrochemicals company.
OOO Tobolsk CHP owns and operates a combined heat and power plant in the city
of Tobolsk in Western Siberia.

The Russian law requires the approval of the Russian antimonopoly service
before concluding the negotiations. The approval has been received on 28
January 2016.

As the negotiations are continuing, Fortum cannot disclose any details of the
possible agreement or estimate the schedule for their completion.

SIBUR's Tobolsk Neftekhim and Tobolsk Polymer petrochemical plants are primary
customers of the process steam produced by the CHP plant. The plant's
production capacity is 665 megawatts (MW) electricity and 2,585 MW heat.

Fortum Corporation
Corporate Communications

Further information:
Helena Aatinen, Senior Vice President, Communications, Fortum, tel. +358 10
45 20480
Denis Litoshik, Director, Corporate Communications and Public Relations,
Russia Division, tel. +7 (985) 383 52 61

Investors and analysts:
Sophie Jolly, Vice President, Investor Relations, tel. +358 10 45 32552

Fortum’s purpose is to create energy that improves life for present and future
generations. Fortum’s expertise is in CO2-free and efficient electricity and
heat production. The company also offers energy-related products and expert
services to private and industrial customers and energy producers. Fortum’s
main areas of operation are the Nordic and the Baltic countries, Russia and
Poland. In 2014, the annual sales (excluding the divested electricity
distribution business) totalled EUR 4.1 billion, and comparable operating
profit was EUR 1.1 billion. The company employs approximately 8,000 people.
Fortum’s share is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki.