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Reserves increased at Gazprom Neft’s Chona group of fields

Gazprom Neft has increased the boundaries of its Ignyalinsky license block in Eastern Siberia, with recoverable reserves at this asset increasing 10% as a result, to reach 76 million tonnes of oil. The boundaries of the Ignyalinsky block were expanded through what is known as the “cut-in mechanism” (involving the addition of a piece of adjacent land comprising open acreage (land as yet unallocated under the State Subsoil Reserve Fund),* with this asset now increasing...

11 September 2020
Gazprom Neft–Zarubezhneft joint venture will promote the development of hard-to-recover oil reserves in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug

... hydrocarbon reserves at these Salymsky license blocks, and in developing new approaches to and innovative solutions for working with hard-to-recover oil. So far, 3D seismic works have been undertaken at the Salymsky-3 and Salymsky-5 licnese blocks, the first exploration and appraisal well drilled, and a 15-stage fracking operation completed. Geological prospecting works are expected to start at the adjacent Salymsky-5 block by the end of 2020. Preliminary prognoses suggest initial reserves in place at both ...

21 August 2020
Gazprom Neft tests an ultra-long-range drone for exploration geophysics

... operations can be undertaken, highly effectively, in remote areas with no surface infrastructure. Gazprom Neft as, already, successfully utilised UAVs with a range of up to 150 kilometres for non-seismic geological exploration. Using these, the company has been able to obtain initial information on bedrock structure, which facilitates further planning for subsequent stages of field exploration. The developers of this new aerial device have been able to offer brand ...

11 August 2020
Gazprom Neft and Shell launch joint project for development of a major hydrocarbon cluster on Gydan peninsula

... the receipt of necessary corporate and regulatory approvals. The intent of the joint venture is to combine the capabilities and competences of its partners in the exploration of a large promising cluster in the north-eastern part of the Gydan Peninsula. Its assets are characterized by a low degree of geological knowledge and significant remoteness from the transport and oil-and-gas infrastructure. The Leskinsky ...

21 July 2020

Novoportovskoye is one of the largest fields of exploitable oil and gas condensates in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District. Recoverable C1 and C2 reserves are more than 250 million tonnes of oil and condensate, with over 320 billion cubic metres of gas (including the Palaeozoic strata). It is located in the south-east of a peninsular in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, 250km north of the town of Nadym and 30km from the Gulf of Ob shore line. Work on the infrastructure needed for full-scale...

2 July 2020
New digital exploration planning system deployed at Gazprom Neft

... electro-magnetic prospecting, gravitational prospecting, geomagnetic prospecting, aerial and geochemical prospecting — for any kind of field, in terms of their impacts and costs, and analyse the economic outcomes of these. Along with classical seismic exploration, finding oil and gas deposits and clarifying their characteristics is helped by aerial surveying, investigations into electric, magnetic and gravitational fields, and registering ground-surface molecular traces of hydrocarbons. The effectiveness ...

9 June 2020
The Novy Port project

The Novy Port project The development of the Novoportovskoye field on the Yamal Peninsula is one of Gazprom Neft’s strategic projects — this asset, specifically, being scheduled to become the centre of a major production cluster being developed by the company on the Yamal peninsula. History Novoportovskoye was the first hydrocarbon field discovered on the Yamal Peninsula. Major oil and gas reserves were proved to be present here as early as 1964, but the absence of transport infrastructure...

19 May 2020
Geological prospecting – Exploration-and-production

... Reserves-replacement levels at Gazprom Neft remain consistently in excess of 100%, every year. Resource-base development is largely facilitated through constant improvements to geological prospecting technologies, and through using the latest non-seismic exploration techniques. Reserves replacement According to an audit undertaken by independent international consulting company DeGolyer and MacNaughton, Gazprom Neft’s proved (1P) hydrocarbon reserves as at end 2018 are estimated at 1.56 billion ...

2 May 2020
Resource Base

... focus in developing its resource base lies in the organic growth of existing assets, involvement in developing oil assets owned by Gazprom PJSC, investigating and bringing non-traditional reserves into commercial development, and proactive geological exploration, both in new prospecting zones and offshore. The overriding strategic objective is to develop a resource base sufficient to achieve production of 100 million tonnes of oil equivalent (mtoe) by 2020, and subsequent increases to that figure....

2 May 2020
Gazprom Neft further expands its resource base in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug

... deep strata at the southern section of the Priobskoye field in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, increasing reserves by more than 10.4 million tonnes of oil. Gazpromneft-Khantos was awarded rights to hydrocarbon exploration and production in deep horizons at the southern section of the Priobskoye field, with the Federal Subsoil Resources Management Agency (Rosnedra) making appropriate adjustments to the terms of the original license, allowing the company to begin ...

30 March 2020
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