Gazprom boosted Yamal gasoline manufacturing middle’s useful resource base growing the Kruzenshternskoye area’s gasoline reserves by 360 billion cubic meters.
The Federal Agency for Mineral Resources authorised the skilled opinion of the State Reserves Commission with regard to the calculation of hydrocarbon reserves within the Kruzenshternskoye gasoline and condensate area. The area varieties a part of the Bovanenkovo manufacturing zone, the premise for the event of a serious gasoline manufacturing middle within the Yamal Peninsula.
As a results of geological exploration carried out by Gazprom, the quantity of Kruzenshternskoye’s recoverable gasoline reserves within the ?1+?2 business classes was elevated by 360 billion cubic meters. Therefore, the sector’s whole gasoline reserves went up by 22 per cent from 1.64 trillion to 2 trillion cubic meters.
The Kruzenshternskoye area is exclusive by way of the quantity of its hydrocarbon reserves. It is positioned to the west of the Bovanenkovskoye area, partly onshore within the Yamal Peninsula however principally within the waters of the Kara Sea.
In order to gather extra exact knowledge in regards to the reserves of the Kruzenshternskoye area, Gazprom constructed a hi-tech directional exploration nicely from the coast of Sharapov Shar Bay. The nicely is four.9 kilometers lengthy, together with a three.9-kilometer seaward deviation. When setting up the subtle buildings of the nicely, the Company used cutting-edge drilling applied sciences and options within the area of geophysical analysis.
In addition, Gazprom received the public sale for the suitable to make use of subsoil reserves with the needs of geological prospecting, hydrocarbon exploration and manufacturing throughout the Sopochny block (Tazovsky District, Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area). As estimated by the Company, the block’s useful resource potential exceeds 500 million tons of gasoline equal.
The Bovanenkovo manufacturing zone within the Yamal gasoline manufacturing middle contains three fields: Bovanenkovskoye, Kharasaveyskoye, and Kruzenshternskoye.
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