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Technologies developed in 2020 will bring in another RUB7 billion for Gazprom Neft

Thirteen new technological products directed at improving efficiency in hydrocarbon exploration and production were developed by Gazprom Neft in 2020. The economic benefit of deploying these solutions could deliver a five-fold return on investment, reaching as much as RUB7 billion.* Digital and technology products developed by the Gazprom Neft Science and Technology Centre will allow the company to cut costs and increase efficiency in the exploration and production of traditional and hard-to-recover...

25 February 2021
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Gazprom Neft’s “PRONeft” science and technology journal becomes one of the country’s approved peer-review publications

Gazprom Neft’s science and technology journal PRONeft: Professionals on Oil has been included in the country’s Higher Attestation Committee’s list of peer-review scientific publications, in which the main scientific outcomes of PhD and doctoral dissertations must be published. PRONeft has been published by the company’s Science and Technology Centre since 2016, with a total 14 issues — containing 190 articles on various subjects, from geological prospecting to surface facilities — being published...

31 January 2020
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Gazprom Neft becomes the first company in Russia to report changes in the company’s hydrocarbon reserves digitally

Gazprom Neft, together with the Russian Federal Geological Fund (Rosgeolfond, a state budgetary institution), has tested the first ever digital scheme for submitting state statistical reports on changes in hydrocarbon reserves to the State Register of Mineral Reserves, with a digital form being successfully used by Gazprom Neft’s largest subsidiary, Gazpromneft-Noyabrskneftegaz with assistance from specialists from the company’s Science and Technology Centre. This format is expected to be made available...

4 September 2019
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Gazprom Neft develops supercomputer to create Siberian and Arctic digital field simulations

Gazprom Neft has built a computing cluster in St Petersburg designed to generate digital twins of oil fields. With an intra-node data transmission rate exceeding that of many Russian supercomputers, the new distributed computing system is capable of processing more than 100 gigabits (Gbit) per second, speeding up the digital modelling process five-fold. Digital field models help specialists take informed investment decisions, and plan future asset infrastructure and hydrocarbon production volumes...

2 August 2019
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Well-led innovation

Interview with Mars Khasanov, CEO of Gazprom Neft’s Science and Technology Centre Stiumul magazine Mars Khasanov , CEO of Gazprom Neft’s Science and Technology Centre, talks to Stiumul about maintaining industry-wide technological leadership, what effective corporate R&D actually is, and why you don’t need innovation for innovation’s sake. Mars Khasanov is one of Russia’s most authoritative experts in oil production, Head of Gazprom Neft’s Technology Directorate since 2011 and heading up the...

14 December 2018
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How artificial intelligence is finding fields

Interview with Mars Khasanov, Director of Technology, Gazprom Neft and CEO of the company’s Science and Technology Sector TASS The final of the Gazprom NeftSmartOil Contest — the first ever competition investigating ways of using machine-learning technologies to improve efficiency in oil production — took place on 13 October, organised by the Gazprom Neft Science and Technology Centre , together with Innopraktika. The key objective of the competition is to find new solutions in data analysis...

31 October 2018
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Gazprom Neft develops digital tools with unique algorithms for estimating field costs

Gazprom Neft has developed digital products for estimating capital and operational costs (CAPEX and OPEX) in conceptual engineering and field management. Thanks to unique digital programmes the exactitude of cost estimates has increased two-fold in comparison with industry standards, allowing more considered financial decisions to be taken on both current and future assets. These CAPEX and OPEX digital calculation products are unique to Russia’s oil industry in terms of the detail into which costs...

1 October 2018
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Ultra-reliable innovative equipment being introduced at Gazprom Neft

The Gazprom Neft Science and Technology Centre , together with specialists from Gazpromneft-Khantos and various Russian companies, have developed a range of engineering and technical solutions to develop ultra-durable injection wells. Initial estimates suggest the repair-free service-life of this new equipment to be up to 15 years — four times longer than standard. Increasing service life means not just a reduction in operating expenses, but also efficiency improvements in field development. The...

23 August 2018
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Gazprom Neft and Skoltech agree to establish innovative digital lab for the modeling of multiphase systems in the oil & gas industry

The Science and Technology Center of Gazprom Neft and the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology signed a collaboration agreement at the Skolkovo Startup Village — the largest startup-conference in Russia and CIS for technology entrepreneurs. The parties have agreed on the further development of joint research and innovation/entrepreneurship activity. In particular, as part of the agreement a new digital lab will be formed to conduct research in the field of Modeling of Multiphase Systems...

1 June 2018
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Gazprom Neft working with Yandex Terra to develop innovative Russian digital solutions in seismic data processing

The Gazprom Neft Science and Technology Centre (NTC) and Yandex Terra (Seismotech Ltd) have announced the completion of a two-year programme testing a range of domestically produced software to support seismic data processing and interpretation. Roll-out operations, using Yandex Terra’s “Prime” software, have demonstrated the viability of using only Russian software in the processing and the subsequent interpretation of seismic data. The next step for Gazprom Neft will be developing a digital platform...

30 May 2018
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