Gazprom starts Kharasaveyskoye development

Gazprom has begun full-scale development of Kharasaveyskoye gas and condensate field on Russia’s Yamal Peninsula. It said production will start in 2023 at 32 billion cu m/year from Cenomanian-Aptian deposits. Later production will come from deeper Necomian-Jurassic strata.

Mar 21st, 2019
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Gazprom has begun full-scale development of Kharasaveyskoye gas and condensate field on Russia’s Yamal Peninsula (OGJ Online, July 23, 2018).

It said production will start in 2023 at 32 billion cu m/year from Cenomanian-Aptian deposits. Later production will come from deeper Necomian-Jurassic strata.

Wells drilled directionally from onshore will develop a part of the field below the Kara Sea.

Drilling of production wells will begin in June 2020. Development will include drilling of 236 gas-production wells and construction of a gas treatment plant, a booster compression station, and transport and power infrastructure.

A new, 106-km pipeline will connect Kharasaveyskoye with Bovanenkovskoye field to the south.

Gazprom estimates Kharasaveyskoye reserves at 2 trillion cu m.

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