Gazpromneft-Noyabrskneftegaz, a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, has won the bidding for Severo-Romanovsky oil and gas field located in Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District. The company was awarded a 20-year license for exploration and production of oil and gas in the area.
With its size of 112.7 square kilometers, Severo-Romanovsky field holds as much as 2.006 mln metric tons of C1 oil reserves and 3.803 mln metric tons of C2 reserves.
Severo-Romanovsky oil and gas field is located in Nadymsky Area of Yamalol-Nenets Autonomous District within 30 km to the south-east from the town of Muravlenko.
The closest transportation routes include a paved road that goes through the oil field, a railway located 65 km to the east of the field and a power line installed within the field’s area.
The closest pipeline systems include a gas line 100 km south-east of the field, an oil pipeline 33 km south-east of the field and a condensate line 261 km north-east of the field.
Seven prospect wells have been drilled in Severo-Romanovsky field, two of which are currently suspended and five are being eliminated. Total drilling progress makes 21,343 meters. The degree of exploration by deep-well drilling is 230 m/km2. The scope of seismic prospecting completed within the field’s area is 218 kilometers.