Russia’s Kharyaga field starts gas sales

Zarubezhneft and production-sharing partners have started sales of associated sour gas at Kharyaga oil field in the Nenets Autonomous Region of northwestern Russia.

Zarubezhneft and production-sharing partners have started sales of associated sour gas at Kharyaga oil field in the Nenets Autonomous Region of northwestern Russia (OGJ Online, July 25, 2018).

The Russian company estimated marketable gas sales at 18 million cu m/year. The Usinsk processing plant operated by Lukoil-Komi LLC processes the gas.

Kharyaga produces about 30,000 b/d of waxy oil from complex, heterogeneous carbonate reservoirs. Oil production began in 1999.

Zarubezhneft operates the production sharing agreement with a 30% interest. Its partners are Equinor, 30%; Total, 20%; and Nenets Oil Co., 10%.

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