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Offshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2020
Offshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2020
Released: March 2012
Language: English, Russian
Quanity: 230 pages
Format: book and CD
Delivery: express shipping (2-4 days)
Price: € 3.575
Development of offshore fields is strategically important to the global petroleum industry’s growth. Vast resources, large-scale upstream projects, and still unfulfilled investment opportunities—guarantee that interest in offshore projects will continue to grow in the future.

For many years, RPI has made systematic, indepth analyses of offshore projects, amassing an unparalleled store of historical information and data. No one knows the shelves in Russia and the CIS—or the work there, current and planned—the way RPI does.

Completely revised and updated, Offshore Upstream Petroleum Sector in Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2020 is being issued for the fourth time since 2005. Like its predecessors, this edition draws on new information and data gained through RPI’s oil and gas market research projects. The new report also provides the latest information on the process equipment and contractor services that upstream companies require.

The study focuses on Russian, CIS, and Georgian upstream offshore projects in the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, the Sea of Azov, and the Baltic Sea, and on the shelves of the Russian Arctic and Far East. As before, the report emphasizes forward-looking aspect of the projects, i.e., completion dates, footage drilled, and demand for platforms, as this approach helps reader to estimate the market for other categories of oil and gas equipment. Additionally, the study discusses changes in licensing procedures and regulatory and changes affecting offshore project implementation.

The report consists of three volumes:
  • The Caspian Sea, Black and Azov Seas (1,600 euro)
  • The Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic Seas (1,200 euro)
  • Seas of the Russian Far East (1,400 euro)
Each volume could be ordered separately.

Key sections of the report address these issues:
  • Current project descriptions, their status, plans for project implementation or windup
  • Plans of individual players to abandon or join projects
  • Production forecasts by offshore sector and by projects with potential scenarios 2012–2020
  • Exploration and production drilling forecasts by offshore sector, project, player and drilling completion dates, 2012–2020
  • Forecasts of demand for drilling rigs and production platforms by offshore sector and project, 2012–2020
Offshore Upstream Petroleum Sector in Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2020 is an indispensable guide for current investors and those considering investing in the offshore. The study provides invaluable information for assessing risks in financing particular offshore projects and finding opportunities for entering promising niches.

Equipment suppliers and service providers will find the project information, including estimated footage drilled and rig and production platform needs in the context of drilling, extremely helpful in calculating future demand. Offshore project timelines and future demand on equipment supplies round out the picture, giving vendors a head start in estimating demand for their equipment or services, assembling an optimal product or service offering, and calculating risks and opportunities before entering a project.

The report assesses the current state of offshore projects, forecasts drilled footage by project from 2012 to 2020, and estimates demand for offshore rigs and production platforms.
Volume 1 The Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

1 Introduction

2 Key Findings of the Study

2.1. Forecasting Methodology
2.2. Findings on the Scope of Exploration and Production Drilling
2.2.1. Caspian Sea
2.2.2. Black Sea
2.2.3. Sea of Azov
2.3. Conclusions on Production Rates
2.3.1. Caspian Sea
2.3.2. Black Sea
2.3.3. Sea of Azov
2.4. Conclusions on Platform Market Size
2.4.1. Caspian Sea
2.4.2. Black Sea and Sea of Azov

3 Regional Overview

3.1. Geographic, Natural and Weather Conditions in the Offshore Areas of the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov
3.1.1. Caspian Sea
3.1.2. Black Sea
3.1.3. Sea of Azov
3.2. Problem of Maritime Boundary Delimitation
3.2.1. Caspian Sea
3.2.2. Black Sea
3.2.3. Sea of Azov
3.3. Legislative Control of Offshore Oil and Gas Production in Certain Countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States
3.3.1 Azerbaijan
3.3.2 Georgia
3.3.3 Kazakhstan
3.3.4 Russian Federation
3.3.5 Turkmenistan
3.3.6 Ukraine

4 Offshore Hydrocarbon Reserves and Resources in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

4.1. Caspian Sea
4.1.1 Azerbaijan’s Sector
4.1.2 Kazakhstan’s Sector
4.1.3 Russian Sector
4.1.4 Turkmenistan’s Sector
4.2. Black Sea
4.2.1 Georgia’s and Abkhazia’s Sectors
4.2.2 Russian Sector
4.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
4.3. Sea of Azov
4.3.1 RussianSector
4.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

5 Principal Companies Involved in Offshore Production in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

5.1. Caspian Sea
5.1.1 Azerbaijan’s sector
5.1.2 Kazakhstan’s Sector
5.1.3 Russian Sector
5.1.4 Turkmenistan’s Sector
5.2. Black Sea
5.2.1 Georgian and Abkhazia’s Sectors
5.2.2 Russian Sector
5.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
5.3. Sea of Azov
5.3.1 Russian Sector
5.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

6 Offshore Exploration and Production Projects in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

6.1. Caspian Sea
6.1.1 Azerbaijan’s Sector
6.1.2 Kazakhstan’s Sector
6.1.3 Russian Sector
6.1.4 Turkmenistan’s Sector
6.2. Black Sea
6.2.1 Georgia’s and Abkhazia’s Sectors
6.2.2 Russian Sector
6.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
6.3. Sea of Azov
6.3.1 Russian Sector

7 Forecast of Exploration and Production Drilling in Offshore Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

7.1. Caspian Sea
7.1.1 Azerbaijan’s Sector
7.1.2 Kazakhstan’s Sector
7.1.3 Russian Sector
7.1.4 Turkmenistan’s Sector
7.1.5 Aggregates for the Caspian Sea
7.2. Black Sea
7.2.1 Georgia’s and Abkhazia’s Sectors
7.2.2 Russian Sector
7.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
7.2.4 Aggregates for the Black Sea Offshore
7.3. Sea of Azov
7.3.1 Russian Sector
7.3.2 Ukrainian Sector
7.3.3 Aggregates for the Sea of Azov

8 Forecast of Hydrocarbon Production in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov Offshore

8.1. Caspian Sea
8.1.1 Azerbaijan’s sector
8.1.2 Kazakhstan’s Sector
8.1.3 Russian Sector
8.1.4 Turkmenistan’s Sector
8.2. Black Sea
8.2.1 Georgia’s and Abkhazia’s Sectors
8.2.2 Russian Sector
8.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
8.3. Sea of Azov
8.3.1 Russian Sector
8.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

9 Estimated Demand for Offshore Drilling Rigs and Platforms in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

9.1. Caspian Sea
9.2 Black Sea and the Sea of Azov

Appendix 1. List of Companies that Can Supply Drilling Hardware and Platforms for Offshore Field Development in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov


10.1. Azerbaijan
10.1.1 Baku Deepwater Jackets Factory
10.1.2 McDermott Caspian Contractors (MCCI)
10.2. Iran
10.2.1 Sadra Shipyard
10.3. Russia
10.3.1 AKO BARRS Group
10.3.2 Caspian Energy Group
10.3.3 United Shipbuilding Corporation (OSK)
10.3.4 Shiprepair and Shipbuilding Corporation
10.3.5 Morskiye i Neftegazovye Proyekty Group
10.3.6 OAO Nizhny Novgorod Motorship Factory
10.3.7 Okskaya Sudoverf (Oka Shipyard)
10.3.8 Verf Bratyev Nobel (Nobel Brothers Shipyard)
10.3.9 Krasnye Barrikady
10.3.10 Zelenodolsky Zavod Imeni A.M. Gorgoko (Zelenodolsk Gorky Shipyard)
10.4. Ukraine
10.4.1 Kherson Shipyard
10.4.2 OAO Black Sea Shipyard (Mykolaiv Shipyard)
10.5. Turkmenistan
10.5.1 Petronas Charigali
10.6. Latvia
10.6.1 Rigas Kugu Buvetava ( Riga Shipyard, Latvia)

Appendix 2. Correlation between the Russian and US Classifications for Oil and Gas Reserves

Volume II the Baltic Sea and Russia’s Arctic Seas

1 Introduction

2 Key Conclusions of the Study

3 General Information on the Regions

3.1. Geographical, Natural and Climatic Environment in the Offshore Regions of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora and Kara Seas and in the Offshore Areas of the Ob and Taz Bay
3.1.1 Baltic Sea
3.1.2 Barents and Pechora Seas
3.1.3 Kara Sea, the Ob and Taz Bay
3.2. The Problem of Maritime Demarcation in the Baltic and Barents Seas
3.2.1. Baltic Sea
3.2.2. Barents Sea
3.2.3. Russia’s Maritime Demarcation in the Arctic Region
3.3. Legislative Control of Oil and Gas Production in the Russian Offshore Areas

4 Oil and Gas Reserves and Resources in the Offshore Area of the Baltic Sea and Russia’s Arctic Seas

4.1. Baltic Sea
4.2. Barents and Pechora Seas
4.3. Kara Sea, the Ob and Taz Bay
4.4. Offshore Area to the East of the Yamal Peninsula (Laptev Sea, East Siberian Sea and Chukchi Sea)

5 Key Companies Operating in the Offshore Areas of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora and Kara Seas, the Ob and Taz Bay

5.1. Baltic Sea
5.2. Barents and Pechora Seas
5.3. Kara Sea, the Ob and Taz Bay

6 Offshore Exploration and Production Projects in the Baltic, Barents, Pechora and Kara Seas, the Ob and Taz Bay

6.1. Baltic Sea
6.1.1 Kravtsovskoye field
6.2. Barents and Pechora Seas
6.2.1. Projects of Rosneft (former projects of the Sintezneftegaz group)
6.2.2. Projects of OAO Severneftegaz
6.2.3. Prirazlomnoye Field
6.2.4. Dolginskoye field
6.2.5. Shtokmanovskoye Field
6.2.6. Medynsko-Varandeisky and Kolokolmorsky plots (formerly parts of the Barents-1 block, former projects of Arktikshelfneftegaz)
6.2.7. Barents-2
6.2.8. Barents-3
6.2.9. Barents-4
6.2.10. Barents-5
6.2.11. Barents-6
6.2.12. Barents-7
6.3. Kara Sea
6.3.1. Vostochno-Prinovozemelsky-1,2,3 license blocks
6.4. The Ob and Taz Bay

7 Forecast Volumes for Exploration and Production Drilling in the Offshore Areas of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora, and Kara Seas, the Ob and Taz Bay

7.1. Baltic Sea
7.2 Barents and Pechora Seas
7.3 Kara Sea 73
7.4 The Ob and Taz Bay

8 Forecast Hydrocarbon Production Volumes in the Offshore Areas of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora, Kara Seas and in the Areas of the Ob and Taz Bay

8.1. Baltic Sea
8.2 Barents and Pechora Seas
8.3 Kara Sea
8.4 The Ob and Taz Bay

9 Estimation of Demand for Sea Drilling Rigs and Platforms in the Offshore Areas of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora, Kara Seas and in the Areas of the Ob and Taz Bay

9.1. Baltic Sea
9.2 Barents and Pechora Seas
9.3 Kara Sea
9.4. The Ob and Taz Bay

Appendix 1. Correlation between the Russian and US Classifications for Oil and Gas Reserves

Appendix 2. Draft Program for Exploration of the Continental Shelf of the Russian Federation from 2012 through 2030

Volume III Seas of the Russian Far East

1 Introduction

2 Key Conclusions of the Study

3 General information on the regions

3.1. Geographic, natural and climatic conditions of offshore areas in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan
3.1.1. Bering Sea
3.1.2. Sea of Okhotsk
3.1.3. Sea of Japan
3.2. Problem of Maritime Delimitation on the Shelves of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhtosk and the Sea of Japan
3.2.1. Bering Sea
3.2.2. Sea of Okhotsk
3.2.3. Sea of Japan
3.3. Legislative Control of Oil and Gas Production in the Russian Offshore Areas

4 Offshore Gas and Oil Reserves and Resources in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk, and the Sea of Japan

4.1. Bering Sea
4.2. Sea of Okhotsk
4.3. Sea of Japan

5 Key Companies Operating in Offshore Areas of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan

5.1. Bering Sea
5.2 Sea of Okhotsk
5.3 Sea of Japan

6 List of the Largest Offshore Production Projects in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan

6.1. Bering Sea
6.1.1 Anadyr-1
6.1.2 Anadyr-2 and Anadyr-3
6.2 Sea of Okhotsk
6.2.1 West Kamchatka Shelf
6.2.2 Magadan-1,2,3, and 4
6.2.3 Koryakiya-1,2 and Kamchatsky-1
6.2.4 Khabarovsk 1,3
6.2.5 Sakhalin-1
6.2.6 Sakhalin-2
6.2.7 Sakhalin-3
6.2.8 Sakhalin-4, and -5
6.2.9 Lopukhovsky block
6.2.10 Sakhalin-6
6.2.11 Sakhalin-7
6.2.12. Lebedinsky block
6.2.13. Astrakhanovskoye-More - Nekrasovsky block
6.3 Sea of Japan
6.3.1 Sakhalin-8,9
6.3.2 Khabarovsk-2, and -4

7 Projections of the Scope of Exploration and Production Drilling in the Offshore Areas of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan


8 Forecast of Oil and Gas Production in the Offshore Areas of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan

8.1. Bering Sea
8.2 Sea of Okhotsk
8.3 Sea of Japan

9 Evaluation of the Demand for Offshore Drilling Rigs and Platforms in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan

9.1. Bering Sea
9.2 Sea of Okhotsk
9.3 Sea of Japan

Appendix 1. Procurement System and Contractor Selection to Ensure Implementation of the Russian Offshore Projects

Appendix 2. Correlation between the Russian and US Classifications for Oil and Gas Reserves

Volume 1 The Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov
Figure 2.1. Shares, by sector, of total exploration drilling in the Caspian Sea (Scenario 1), % of the total number of exploration wells
Figure 2.2. Shares, by sector, of total production drilling in the Caspian Sea (Scenario 1), % of the total number of production wells
Figure 3.1. Export duty for crude oil in 2002-2012, $ per ton
Map 6.1. Offshore fields and license areas in the Caspian Sea
Figure 6.1. Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli project participants
Figure 6.2. Shakh-Deniz project participants
Figure 6.3. NCOC consortium ownership structure
Figure 6.4. Oil production forecast for Kashagan from 2011 through 2020, million tons per year
Figure 6.5. Zhemchuzhiny (Pearls) project participants
Figure 6.6. Oil production forecast for the Northern block from 2012 through 2020, million tons per year.
Figure 6.7. Gas production forecast for the Northern block from 2018 through 2020, bcm per year.
Figure 6.8. Forecast of oil production in Cheleken in 2012-2020, million tons per year
Figure 6.9. Forecast of gas production in Cheleken in 2012-2020, bcm per year
Figure 6.10. Forecast gas production for Block-1 in 2012-2020, bcm per year
Figure 6.11. Forecast oil and condensate production for Block-1 in 2012-2020, million tons per year
Map 6.2. Hydrocarbon oilfields and license blocks in the Black Sea (Russian, Ukrainian, Abkhaz and Georgian sectors)
Map 6.3. Hydrocarbon fields and license blocks in the Sea of Azov offshore
Figure 7.1. Araz-Alov-Sharg project participants
Figure 8.1. Forecast of oil and of condensate production in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020, million tons per year (Scenario 1)
Figure 8.2. Forecast of gas production in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020, bcm per year (Scenario 1)
Figure 8.3. Forecast of oil and condensate production in Azerbaijan’s Caspian Sector from 2012 through 2020, million tons per year (Scenario 2)
Figure 8.4. Forecast of gas production in Azerbaijan’s Caspian Sector from 2012 through 2020, bcm per year (Scenario 2)
Figure 8.5. Forecast of oil production in Kazakhstan’s Caspian sector from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1), million tons per year
Figure 8.6. Forecast of oil production in Kazakhstan’s Caspian sector from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2), million tons per year
Figure 8.7. Forecast of oil production in the Russian Caspian sector from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1), million tons per year
Figure 8.8. Forecast of gas production in the Russian Caspian sector from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1), bcm per year
Figure 8.9. Forecast of oil production in the Russian Caspian sector from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2), million tons per year
Figure 8.10. Forecast of gas production in the Russian Caspian sector from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2), bcm per year
Figure 8.11. Forecast of oil production in Turkmenistan’s Caspian sector from 2012 through 2020, million tons per year (Scenario 1)
Figure 8.12. Forecast of gas production in Turkmenistan’s Caspian sector from 2012 through 2020, bcm per year (Scenario 1)
Figure 8.13. Forecast of gas production in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2012 through 2020, bcm per year
Figure 8.14. Forecast of oil and condensate production in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2012 through 2020, million tons per year
Figure 8.15. Forecast of oil production in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2012 to 2020, millions of tons per year

Volume II the Baltic Sea and Russia’s Arctic Seas

Figure 3.1. Export duty for crude oil in 2002-2012, $ per ton
Map 4.1. Map of Petroleum Blocks in the Barents Sea
Map 4.2. Map of fields in the Kara Sea
Map 4.3. Fields in the offshore areas of the Ob and Taz Bay
Map 6.1. Kravtsovskoye field and its transportation infrastructure
Figure 6.1. Annual and cumulative oil production in the Kravtsovskoye field in 2007-2010, thousand tons per year
Figure 6.2. Number of production wells, number of producing wells and the total well stock in the Kravtsovskoye field from 2007 through 2010, well units.
Figure 6.3. Medium production rate (t/d) and water cutting of well production (percent) in the Kravtsovskoye field from 2007 through 2010
Map 6.2. Prirazlomnoye field and adjacent fields
Figure 6.4. Projected volume of oil production in the Prirazlomnoye field from 2012 through 2020, million tons per year
Map 6.3. Map of Shtokmanovskoye field
Figure 6.5. Distribution of shares in the project on the Shtokmanovskoye field development, percent
Figure 6.6. Projected volume of natural gas production in the Shtokmanovskoye field from 2012 through 2020, bcm per year
Map 6.4. Map of license blocks in the Barents Sea
Map 6.5. Yuzhno-Russky license block
Map 6.6. Location map of the Vostochno-Prinovozemelsky blocks
Figure 6.7. Volume of natural gas production in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2012 through 2020, bcm p.a.
Figure 8.1. Volume of oil production in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2012 through 2020, thousand tons p.a. (scenario 1)
Figure 8.2. Volume of oil production in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2012 through 2020, thousand tons p.a. (scenario 2)
Figure 8.3. Volume of oil production in the offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 1), million tons p.a.
Figure 8.4. Volume of natural gas production in offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 1), bcm p.a.
Figure 8.5. Volume oil production in the offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 2), million tons p.a.
Figure 8.6. Volume of natural gas production in offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 2), bcm p.a.
Figure 8.7. Volume of natural gas production in the areas of the Ob and Taz Bay from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 1), bcm p.a
Figure 8.8. Volume of natural gas production in the areas of the Ob and Taz Bay from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 2), bcm p.a.

Volume III Seas of the Russian Far East
Figure 2.1. Relative shares of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan in the total scope of exploration drilling in the Russian Far East, well units, percentage of total number of wells (Scenario 1)
Figure 2.2. Relative shares of the Bering Sea and the Sea of Okhotsk in the total scope of exploration drilling in the Russian Far East, well units, percentage of total number of wells (scenario 2)
Figure 3.1. Export duty for crude oil in 2002-2012, $ per ton
Map 6.1. Map of license blocks in the Bering Sea
Map 6.2. Map of Petroleum Potential of the Bering Sea
Map 6.3. Map of License Blocks in the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan
Map 6.4. Map of Petroleum Potential of the Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan
Map 6.5. Exploration Map of the West Kamchatka Shelf in the Sea of Okhotsk
Map 6.6. Map of the Sakhalin Projects in the Sea of Okhotsk
Map 6.7. Map of Fields and Oil and Gas Bearing Structures on the Sakhalin Shelf
Figure 6.1. Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-1 from 2008 to 2011
Figure 6.2. Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-2 in 1999 to 2011
Map 6.8. Sakhalin-3 Veninsky License Block
Map 6.9. Sakhalin-3 Kirinsky License Block
Map 6.10. Subsea Equipment Applications for the Kirikskoye Field
Figure 8.1. Forecast Oil Production in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2011 to 2020 (Scenario 1), million tons p.a.
Figure 8.2. Forecast Gas Production in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2011 to 2020 (Scenario 1), bcm p.a.
Figure 8.3. Forecast Oil Production in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2011 to 2020 (Scenario 2), million tons p.a.
Figure 8.4. Forecast Gas Production in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2011 to 2020 (Scenario 2), bcm p.a.
Volume 1 The Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov
Table 2.1. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 2.2. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea (excluding Iran) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 2.3. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea (excluding Iran) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 2.4. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Black Sea (Russian, Ukrainian, Georgian and Abkhaz sectors) from 2012 through 2020 (scenarios 1 and 2)
Table 2.5.Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Black Sea (Russian, Ukrainian, Georgian and Abkhaz sectors) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 2.6. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Sea of Azov (Russian and Ukrainian sectors) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 2.7. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Sea of Azov (Russian and Ukrainian sectors) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 4.1. Correction of official and expert estimates of Caspian offshore hydrocarbon resources from 1988 through 2001, billions of toe
Table 4.2. Estimates of prospective oil and gas resources of the Temryuk-Akhtar project (as of 2009)
Table 7.1. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.2. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.3. Forecast number of wells drilled in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.4. Forecast exploration and production drilling in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian 12 Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.5. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 7.6. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 7.7. Forecast number of wells drilled in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 12 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.8. Forecast exploration and production drilling in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.9. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.10. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.11. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.12. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.13. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.14. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.15. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in Turkmenistan’s sector the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.16. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in Turkmenistan’s Sector the Caspian Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.17. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in Turkmenistan’s sector the Caspian Sea from 2012 throiugh 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 7.18. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in Turkmenistan’s sector the Caspian Sea from 2012 to 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 7.19. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea offshore from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.20. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea offshore from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.21. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea offshore from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 7.22. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.23. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.24. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.25. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.26. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 7.27. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 7.28. Forecast of exploration and production in the Black Sea offshore (Russian, Ukrainian, Georgian and Abkhazia’s sectors) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1 and Scenario 2)
Table 7.29. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Black Sea offshore (Russian, Ukrainian, Georgian and Abkhazia’s sectors) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 3)
Table 7.30. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.31. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.32. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.33. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2012 to 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.34. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Sea of Azov offshore (Russian and Ukrainian Sectors) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.35. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Sea of Azov offshore (Russian and Ukrainian sectors) from 2012 through 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 9.1. Names and specifications of offshore platforms deployed in the Caspian Sea
Table 9.2. Names and specifications of main offshore platforms deployed in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov
Table 11.1. Russian and USA classification of oil and gas reserves

Volume II the Baltic Sea and Russia’s Arctic Seas

Table 2.1. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Baltic and Arctic seas offshore in 2012-2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 2.2. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Baltic and Arctic seas offshore in 2012-2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 5.1. Gazprom’s proposals for fields and subsoil plots targeted for development (extracts)
Table 5.2. Rosneft’s proposals for fields or subsoil plots it would like to develop (extracts)
Table 6.1. Volume of natural gas reserves in the Kamennomysskoye-more, Severo-Kamennomysskoye and Obskoye fields
Table 7.1. Forecast number of wells in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea in 2012-2020, ea (Scenario 1)
Table 7.2. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea in 2012-2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.3. Forecast number of wells in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea in 2012-2020, ea (Scenario 2)
Table 7.4. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea in 2012-2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.5. Forecast number of wells to be drilled in the offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7.6. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Barents and Pechora Seas from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7.7. Forecast number of wells in the Barents and Pechora Seas from 2012 through 2020, units (scenario 2)
Table 7.8. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Barents and Pechora Seas from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7.9. Forecast number of wells in the Kara Sea in 2012-2020, (Scenario 1)
Table 7.10. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Kara Sea in 2012-2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.11. Forecast number of wells in the Kara Sea in 2012-2020, (Scenario 2)
Table 7.12. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Kara Sea in 2012-2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 7.13. Forecast number of wells in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7.14. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7.15. Forecast number of wells in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7.16. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2012 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 10.1. Russian and USA classification of oil and gas reserves
Table 11.1. Capital investments of Russian companies and government revenues from implementation of the innovation scenario by 2030, billions of rubles

Volume III Seas of the Russian Far East

Table 2.1. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan in 2012to 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 2.2. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan in 2012 to 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 6.1. Reserves in Sakhalin-1 (for the OAO Rosneft’s 20 percent share as of December 31, 2010, according to SPE, DeGolyer & MacNaughton)
Table 6.2. Operating data for Sakhalin-1 from 2008 to 2010
Table 6.3. Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-1 from 2008 to 2011 (Rosneft’s share indicated in brackets)
Table 6.4. Key contractors and scope of work within the current phase of Sakhalin-1
Table 6.5. Reserves of Sakhalin-2 as of January 1, 2009
Table 6.6. Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-2 in 2008 to 2011
Table 6.7. Properties of Vityaz crude oil
Table 6.8. Exploration of the Sakhalin-3 Veninsky block
Table 6.9. Exploration data for Kaygansko-Vasyukansky license block, Sakhalin-5
Table 7.1. Forecast number of wells in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2012 to 2020, units (Scenario 1)
Table 7.2. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2012 to 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7.3. Forecast number of wells in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2012 to 2020, units (Scenario 2)
Table 7.4. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2012 to 2020 (Scenario 2)

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