Gazpromneft-Noyabrskneftegaz and Gazpromneft-Yamal, subsidiaries of Gazprom Neft, have won recent tendering rounds for subsoil usage rights to the Yuzhno-Noyabrskoye and Kamennomysskoye (onshore) fields, both located in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, in close proximity to Gazprom Neft’s existing infrastructure.
Recoverable oil reserves at the Yuzhno-Noyabrskoye field include 0.655 million tonnes of C1 reserves and 0.2 million tonnes of potential (recoverable) D1 reserves, as well as 0.1 million tonnes of D2 reserves. Gas-in-place is estimated at 0.3 billion cubic metres of D1 reserves, and 0.08 billion cubic metres of D2. The licence block is a total 6.78 square kilometres in size.
Gas in place at the Kamennomysskoye (onshore) licence block amount to 34.378 billion cubic metres of C1 reserves. Prospective (C3) gas reserves (gas-in-place) amount to 0.753 billion cubic metres, with recoverable C3 condensate reserves totalling 0.012 million tonnes. Potential (recoverable) D1 oil reserves are estimated at 0.6 million tonnes, and D2 reserves at 0.2 million tonnes. The licence block is a total 228.9 square kilometres in size.