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Gazprom Neft moves into monetising E&P technologies

... including, specifically, putting partnerships in place, monetising technologies, and working through technological test sites — helped achieve good intermediate outcomes: the project came close to developing a commercial technology for working with hard-to-recover reserves, with potential profitability of RUB8,500 per tonne. All of which meant we could look at other complex company projects in terms of being a systemic technological challenge that our experience could prove useful in overcoming....

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

... have agreed a programme of geological prospecting works to 2024. Total investment in geological investigations at both assets could reach RUB5 billion. Depending on the outcomes of geological prospecting works, commercial production at Salymsky-block hard-to-recover reserves could start as soon as 2025.

21 August 2020
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Gazprom Neft and Zarubezhneft join forces to develop “hard-to-recover” reserves in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug

Gazprom Neft and Zarubezhneft have signed a binding agreement on establishing a joint venture for exploration and production of hard-to-recover oil reserves in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug—Yugra, and on developing effective technologies, to that end. The new joint venture’s asset portfolio will include the Salysmky-3 and Salymsky-5 license blocks, both located in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, at which the parties plan to begin commercial production of non-traditional oil reserves as early...

2 July 2020
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The Gazprom Neft Board of Directors considers its field-development programme under long-term risk-operatorship agreements

The Gazprom Neft Board of Directors has reviewed information on the progress of projects being undertaken through long-term risk-operatorship agreements at Gazprom fields. Gazprom Neft’s involvement in these projects is facilitating the targeted development of oil and gas-condensate deposits at Gazprom assets — the point of such long-term risk-operatorship agreements being that Gazprom Neft invests its own resources in geological prospecting and infrastructure development, thus consolidating reserves...

12 March 2020
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Gazprom Neft achieves record production at Achimovsky strata

Gazprom Neft has become the first company in Russia to use a unique technology — hybrid multi-stage fracking — to increase oil inflow in Achimovsky strata, following testing at Gazpromeft Noyabrskneftegaz’s Vyngayakhinskoye field in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Works undertaken suggest initial production, from a single well, currently stands at 300 tonnes per day — three times higher than anticipated. This technology is expected to be rolled-out throughout the company’s Vyngayakhinskoye, Ety-Purovskoye...

4 February 2020
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Gazprom Neft fine-tunes technologies for developing the Bazhenov Formation

The Bazhen Technology Centre (a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft) has undertaken the first 18-stage fracking operation in Russia, at the Bazhenov Formation. High-tech fracking, coupled with the extended length of the horizontal section, has doubled oil inflow from the well. The Bazhen Technology Centre (a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft) has undertaken the first 18-stage fracking operation in Russia, at the Bazhenov Formation. High-tech fracking, coupled with the extended length of the horizontal section...

3 October 2019
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Gazprom Neft begins developing Achimov strata and oil-rim deposits in the north of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

Gazprom Neft subsidiary Gazpromneft-Zapolyarye has concluded long-term risk-based operator agreements with Gazprom PJSC subsidiaries, allowing the company to start developing Achimov strata at the Yamburgskoye oil and gas condensate field as well as oil-rim deposits at its parent company’s Pestsovoye and En-Yakhinskoye fields. Gazprom Neft has begun implementing large-scale projects involving the development of Achimov oil deposits at the Yamburgskoye oil and gas condensate field, and oil-rim deposits...

16 April 2019
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Gazprom Neft introduces new technologies for developing hard-to-recover reserves at the Bazhen Formation

... spent on each stage halved, from 48 to 24 hours (and, in the best case, cut to eight hours). This is expected to increase to 30 fracking stages for every 1,500 metres of horizontal sections in 2019. A range of new Russian technologies for developing hard-to-recover reserves have been investigated at the Palyanovsky test site, located at the Krasnoleninsky field in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, throughout 2018. For example, a hydrocarbon-based fluid — being less reliant on pressure and temperature ...

15 January 2019
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The Bazhenov Technology Centre will secure the future of Russia’s oil industry

... Bazhenov Formation reserves. The Bazhenov cluster will comprise the Pal’yanovskaya area within the Krasnoleninskoye field, five licence blocks within the Nyalinskaya group of fields, and three blocks in the Salymsk field. The search for ways to develop hard-to-recover reserves in Russia is a strategic priority for Gazprom Neft, with the project to develop a range of domestic technologies for developing the Bazhenov Formation, implementation of which was initiated by the company, having been awarded ...

31 July 2018
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Gazprom Neft obtains commercial oil inflow from Ignyalinskoye field, Irkutsk Region

Gazpromneft-Angara, a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, has obtained a consistent inflow of oil from the Ignyalinskoye field (Irkutsk Region) benefiting from a new approach to the seismic studies. Following the multi-stage hydraulic fracturing, the flow rate of the first horizontal well drilled in this area exceeded 120 tpd, enhancing the commercial prospects of the project. Located within the licence block of the same name in the Katangsky District of the Irkutsk Region, the Ignyalinskoye oil and gas...

30 July 2018
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