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Messoyakhaneftegaz becomes the first company in Russia to implement a unique associated-petroleum-gas (APG) utilisation project

Messoyakhaneftegaz, a Gazprom Neft—Rosneft joint venture, has commissioned an underground gas storage facility at its Messoyakhsky license block. This is the first time in Russia’s domestic oil industry that associated petroleum gas (APG) at one field has been utilised at undeveloped gas-bearing strata at another. Implementing this unique project will allow Messoyakhaneftegaz to address its target of taking APG utilisation levels to 95%. All necessary infrastructure facilities have ...

27 July 2020
Gazpromneft-Vostok develops its gas-transportation infrastructure assets

Gazpromneft-Vostok has begun construction of a gas pipeline which will allow associated petroleum gas (APG) to be fed from the Achimovsky field booster pumping station to the Urmansky field (Tomsk Oblast) booster compressor station. The target throughput capacity of the 18-kilometre pipeline is 250 million cubic metres of gas per year. Construction of ...

14 March 2019
The Gazprom Neft Board of Directors examines the issue of improving effectiveness in associated petroleum gas (APG) utilisation

The Gazprom Neft Board of Directors has, on 26 October, reviewed the company’s associated petroleum gas (APG) utilisation programme, as well as greater effectiveness in APG utilisation in 2018 and plans for 2019–2021. Based on 2018 outcomes, and in the light of increasing hydrocarbon production, the productive use of APG throughout the company’s fields ...

29 October 2018
Gazprom Neft launches the second process line at its gas treatment plant (GTP) at the Badra field, Iraq

... marks the completion of modern gas infrastructure at the Badra field. Bringing the plant up to full operating capacity will significantly increase the efficiency of our asset, and ensure at least 95-percent utilisation of associated petroleum gas (APG). The Badra gas plant has become not just an important part of the high-tech industrial complex created by Gazprom Neft, but also an important element in the energy system of the entire region.”

27 August 2018
Messoyakhaneftegas implementing unique project in APG utilisation

Glavgosekspertiza Russia has approved plans from Messoyakhaneftegaz , the Gazpromneft—Rosneft joint venture, to build a series of cluster pads for the reinjection of associated petroleum gas (APG) at its Zapadno-Messoyakhskoye field, together with an intra-field gas pipeline connecting the neighbouring Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field. This project, which will involve APG being stored in the gas cap of the neighbouring Zapadno-Messoyakhskoye ...

17 April 2018
New gas plant commissioned at Gazprom Neft’s Badra field, Iraq

... available on the world market — going into commercial production. This is a unique enterprise for the region, at which Gazprom Neft has, since starting work, been able to monetize all of the hydrocarbons produced here, ensuring associated-petroleum-gas (APG) utilisation of at least 95 percent». Alexander Dyukov Gazprom Neft CEO

6 December 2017
Gazprom Neft begins LPG production at its Badra field

... in ensuring stable power supplies for several provinces in the country. The plant is expected to go into commercial production in Q4 2017, and will be able to process 1.6 billion cubic metres of gas per year. Utilisation of associated petroleum gas (APG) is expected to reach 99 percent, in the long term. The gas plant project also includes construction of a granulated sulphur production facility. Commercial gas produced at the plant will be used for production purposes, as fuel for the gas-turbine ...

23 August 2017
Gazpromneft-Vostok begins construction of gas infrastructure at its Urmanskoye and Archinskoye fields

... connecting the booster compressor station at the Urmanskoye field with gas transportation infrastructure operated by Tomskgazprom. The total through-put capacity of the 100-kilometre trunk pipeline is 500 million cubic metres of associated petroleum gas (APG) per year. Construction of the gas pipeline forms part of a major investment project directed at achieving APG utilisation of 95 percent across the Urmanskoye and Archinskoye fields, as well as assets at licence block no 105 (the Yuzhno-Pudinsky block,...

5 July 2017
Gazprom Neft acquires licenses to develop two fields in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

Gazprom Neft has acquired development rights to two new assets — the Tazovskoye and Severo-Samburgskoye fields — in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Subsoil usage rights to the Tazovskoye block run to 2025, and rights to the Severo-Samburgskoye block to 2027. The Tazovskoye field is located 500 kilometres north—east of Salekhard. As at 1 January 2016, recoverable oil reserves at the field as recorded in the State Register of Mineral Reserves stand at 72 million tonnes, condensate at 4.6 million...

2 May 2017
Messoyakhaneftegaz exploring potential for underground gas storage

... at the Zapadno-Messoyakhsky licence block regarding the construction and commissioning of an underground gas storage facility. The licence is valid until 2024 and provides for investigations into the possibility of placing associated petroleum gas (APG) produced at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field into the gas cap at the Zapadno-Messoyakhskoye gas and oil field. Pursuant to the terms of the licence, Messoyakhaneftegaz’ responsibilities include assessing the possibility of creating an underground ...

11 April 2017
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