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Solar-powered underground gas-storage monitoring system launched at Gazprom Neft’s Zapadno-Messoyakhskoye field

Gazprom Neft—Rosneft joint venture Messoyakhaneftegaz has commissioned a geo-seismic monitoring system for underground associated petroleum gas (APG) storage at its Zapadno-Messoyakhskoye field. The system provides detailed information on the operation of the storage facility, located ...

29 July 2021
New Messoyakhaneftegaz digital centre set to increase efficiency in Arctic oil production

Gazprom Neft—Rosneft joint venture Messoyakhaneftegaz has opened an integrated field development centre in Tyumen. Remote-control operations-management technologies are expected to increase scope for greater efficiency in developing hard-to-recover reserves at the Messoyakha group of fields....

9 June 2021
Messoyakhaneftegaz to help in studying and preserving permafrost

Messoyakhaneftegaz and the Government of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug have entered into an information sharing agreement on investigating and preserving permafrost. Signatories to the agreement, signed during the Yamal Oil and Gas Forum in Salekhard,...

2 April 2021
Arctic oil accounts for more than 30% of Gazprom Neft’s total production

... Autonomous Okrug’s Gydan Peninsula), reaching 6.2 mtoe. This increase is the result of hard-to-recover reserves being brought into development through new wells being drilled, together with the digitalisation of key operational processes. Project operator Messoyakhaneftegaz is expected to continue prospecting for new promising reserves in the north of the Messoyakha group of fields throughout 2021. 2020 saw a unique project implemented on Messoyakha, involving APG produced at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye ...

18 March 2021
20-millionth tonne of oil produced at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field

The 20-millionth tonne of oil has now been produced at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field (under development by Messoyakhaneftegaz, a Rosneft—Gazprom Neft joint venture) following the start of commercial production in 2016. Total well stock at the field stands at 450 oil wells, every third one of which has been drilled using “fishbone” technology, with four ...

4 March 2021
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 ...

27 July 2020
The Messoyakha project

The Messoyakha project The Messoyakha group of fields is expected to become a crucial part of the country’s new oil province being developed in the north of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Commercial development of Russia’s northernmost onshore ...

19 May 2020
Annual oil production up 22% at Messoyakhaneftegaz

Messoyakhaneftegaz, the Gazpromneft—Rosneft joint venture, delivered total production of more than 5.6 million tonnes of oil equivalent (mtoe) as at year-end 2019 — a 22-percent increase on 2018. Production at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field (in ...

4 March 2020
Messoyakhaneftegaz starts full-scale development of Achimovsky deposits

Messoyakhaneftegaz has commissioned a horizontal well at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field, facilitating the full-scale development of Achimovsky deposits. The well, which runs to a total length of 3,200 metres, delivered a natural oil-inflow with initial ...

9 October 2019
Messoyakhaneftegaz produces its 10-millionth tonne of oil

Messoyakhaneftegaz, a Gazprom Neft—Rosneft joint venture, has produced its 10-millionth tonne of oil — this figure having been reached in less than three years of the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye field going into production. More than 300 production ...

15 May 2019
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