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Reserves increased at Gazprom Neft’s Chona group of fields

... metres (bcm) of gas. “The Chona group of fields comprise Gazprom Neft’s anchor asset in Eastern Siberia. They are notable for their remoteness from major logistics centres and their complex reservoir structures, but also for their uniquely high production potential. We have gained a detailed understanding of the geological features of these blocks in recent years, and have put in place a strategy for developing them, confirming the commercial prospects for this project. All of which means we ...

11 September 2020
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Mobile technologies cut lead-times in commissioning remote Gazprom Neft fields

Gazprom Neft subsidiary Gazpromneft-Zapolyarye has brought oil production infrastructure into operation at its En-Yakhinskoye and Pestsovoye fields — the company having utilised mobile oil production and treatment systems in installing surface facilities. Ready-to-operate facilities meant capital construction could ...

1 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

Gazprom Neft and Zarubezhneft have closed a transaction establishing a joint venture to develop Salymsky license blocks in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. This joint venture will provide a platform for developing and testing hard-to-recover oil-production technologies. The joint venture’s asset portfolio will include the Salymsky-3 and Salymsky-5 license blocks in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra. Gazprom Neft will have a 51% interest in the joint ...

21 August 2020
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Full-scale development of the northern section of Gazprom Neft’s Novoportovskoye field has now begun

Gazprom Neft has begun developing the northern section of its Novoportovskoye field — one of the company’s key oil production centres in the Arctic. Implementing this project should see the company’s Arctic asset reach peak production, at eight million tonnes of oil per year, by 2021. Recoverable reserves in the northern section ...

21 August 2020
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Gazprom Neft starts developing its new production cluster in Western Siberia

... blocks in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug and the Tyumen Oblast. One million tonnes of liquid hydrocarbons have been produced at the flagship asset on this project — the Alexander Zhagrin field, Yugra — in its first year under development. Peak production at this field is expected to be reached in 2024, at 6.5 million tonnes of oil per year. This new production cluster includes five license blocks — the Zapadno-Zimny, Severo-Vaysky, Karabashsky-84 ...

29 July 2020
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Development strategy

... international player with a regionally diversified asset portfolio across the whole value chain, actively contributing to regional development and demonstrating high standards of social and environmental responsibility. The business in numbers by 2025 Production 100 million toe per year hydrocarbon production 1P (proven) reserves life – 15 years Annual 2P (probable) reserve replacement ratio (excluding acquisitions) of at least 100% Refining 40 million tonnes per year volume refined in Russia ...

2 July 2020
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Messoyakha

The Messoyakha fields include the Vostochno (Eastern) and Zapadno (Western) Messoyakhsky acreages. The fields, originally discovered in the 1980s, are the northernmost (of the known to date) onshore oil fields in Russia. Commercial production at the fields began in 2016. Gazprom Neft has a 50-percent holding in this project. As at 1 January 2016, C1 and C2 recoverable reserves at the Messoyakha fields are expected to total more than 470 million tonnes of oil and gas condensate,...

2 July 2020
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Novoportovskoye

... Cape Kamenny that should be completed by the end of 2015. The complex has an annual capacity of 8.5 million tonnes. The field and the terminal will be linked by a 100km pipeline. The project operator, subsidiary Gazprom Neft Novy Port, completed pilot production drilling In 2013 and began full commercial drilling in 2014. Project Geography New Port photo gallery:

2 July 2020
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Prirazlomnoye

... loads. With the platform walls some three metres thick, the drilling of wells within this will ensure full isolation from the surrounding environment: a “zero discharge” system integrated into the platform will also prevent the discharge of any production or drilling waste. Safety issues are an overriding priority for Gazprom Neft in its development of the Prirazlomnoye oilfield. Taking account of both international best practice and the requirements of Russian legislation, a detailed plan ...

2 July 2020
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Gazprom Neft becomes the first company in Russia to successfully test a new well-construction technology for Achimovsky strata

... Achimovsky strata means operations can take place simultaneously in both horizontal boreholes — the lengths of which, at this well, run to more than one kilometre. On commissioning the well (following an eight-stage fracking operation in both boreholes) production reached more than 400 cubic metres of oil-bearing fluid per day. The construction of this well involved drilling a single vertical section, with one single pumping unit then used to allow both horizontal sections to go into operation — significantly ...

3 June 2020
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