Investment in the Omsk oil refinery modernisation programme from 2013 to 2015
The Prirazlomnaya offshore ice-resistant stationary platform has all the facilities necessary to perform all production processes directly at the field – drilling, extraction, storage, processing, and offloading of crude oil. This is the first time that hydrocarbon production on the Arctic Shelf has been carried out from a stationary platform.
The Prirazlomnaya platform is a unique platform designed and built to order for Gazprom in Russia. Designed to operate under extreme environmental and climate conditions, the platform meets the most stringent safety requirements, and is capable of withstanding maximum ice loads. Special alloys that are resistant to corrosion, low temperatures, high humidity, and the aggressive marine environment were used in its construction. The platform is firmly secured on the seafloor by its own weight (506,000 tonnes including the rock berm built to protect it from scouring).
Gazprom holds 30 field licences in the Russian Arctic shelf. All operations in the region are conducted in line with the Company’s programme for hydrocarbon resources exploitation in the Russian Federation shelf until 2030.
“Gazprom Neft remains one of the most efficient players in Russia’s oil industry and aims to maintain this position in the future. The 2025 Strategy outlines Gazprom Neft’s business goals and challenges, and establishes a firm foundation for future growth and geographical expansion. It envisions the Company becoming the industry leader in refining yield, significantly increasing shareholder value and securing the sustainable development of Gazprom Neft through to 2025,” said Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Neft Board of Directors.
Hydrocarbon production, million TOE per year
Fuel retail sales through filling station chain in Russia and the CIS, Mtpa
Horizontal drilling, number of wells
Multi-stage hydrofracturing in Gazprom Neft, number of hydrofracs
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Investment in the Moscow oil refinery modernisation programme from 2013 to 2015
Professional engine protection
2. A reduction in the vehicle’s acceleration from 50km/h to 100 km/h of 1.8 sec in fifth gear. The average improvement of the vehicle’s acceleration performance across a broad range of speeds from 20 km/h to 120 km/h in third, fourth and fifth gear was 8.2%.