PJSC Lukoil reached the 15 million tonnes mark when it comes to oil produced on the Yu. Korchagin and V. Filanovsky fields situated within the North Caspian Sea. Both fields are of their second building stage.
Construction and commissioning of a manufacturing and an injection wells was accomplished as a part of the second stage on the V. Filanovsky subject. Further implementation of the drilling program will make it doable to take care of steady manufacturing on the challenge stage of 6 million tonnes of oil per yr.
As a part of the second building stage of the Yu. Korchagin subject, the riser block platform topside is being ready for offshore transportation. The second stage of drilling will kick off growth of the reserves within the jap a part of the sector.
Vladimir Filanovsky Field is situated roughly 50km offshore, within the northern a part of the Caspian Sea. The present infrastructure on the Vladimir Filanovsky offshore subject consists of an ice-resistant fastened platform (IRFP-1), a dwelling quarters module platform (LQM-1), a central processing platform (CPP) and a risers block (RB) platform, which is linked with connection bridges. The subject’s reserves are estimated to incorporate 153.1 million tonnes of oil and 32.2 billion cubic metres of fuel.
The Yuri Korchagin subject is an offshore oil subject within the Russian sector of the North Caspian Sea. The subject is situated 180 kilometres (110 mi) from Astrakhan and 240 kilometres (150 mi) from Makhachkala at a sea depth of 11–13 metres (36–43 ft). The gross reserves are estimated to be 570 million barrels (91×106 m3) of oil equal. (Source: Lukoil – Image: Vladimir Filanovsky subject/TAAS)
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