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Oil and Gas of Eastern Siberia and Russian Far East
Oil and Gas of Eastern Siberia and Russian Far East
Released: May 2007
Language: English
Quanity: 230 pages
Format: book and CD
Delivery: express shipping (2-4 days)
Price: € 2.700
Oil and Gas of Eastern Siberia and Russian Far East is a comprehensive analysis of the oil and gas industry in these regions including:

  • oil and gas reserves
  • potential for hydrocarbon prospecting, exploration, production and infrastructure
  • investment requirements
  • environmental risks
  • markets for oil and gas production from the projects of Eastern Siberia and the Far East

Oil and Gas of Eastern Siberia and Russian Far East highlights the state program of the regions development and details the current and future projects in the exploration, production, transportation and infrastructure sectors. The study portrays current activities and interests of the regions key players:

  • Gazprom
  • Gazprom Neft
  • Rosneft
  • TNK-BP
  • Surgutneftegas
  • international companies

and also focuses on future auctions and licensing issues.

Oil and Gas of Eastern Siberia and Russian Far East
is an important source of information for:

  • oil and gas operators
  • contractors and equipment suppliers
  • engineering and construction companies
  • service providers
  • transportation companies
  • traders
  • investment and banking institutions
  • consultancies; financial advisors
  • government institutions
Introduction

Chapter 1. History of East Siberia and Far East Development

1.1. Colonization of the East
1.2. Administrative division
1.3. Reforms
1.4. Growth of population
1.5. Development of mineral resources
1.6. Socialism
1.7. The transition period
1.8. New approach
1.9. Challenges

Chapter 2. Geographic and Economic Situation of East Siberia and Far East

2.1. East Siberia
2.2. The Far East of Russia

Chapter 3. Resource Potential of the East of Russia

3.1. Reserves
3.2. Geological zoning
3.3. Licensing program

Chapter 4. Main Oil- and Gas-Producing Centers in East Siberia and the Far East

4.1. East Siberia
4.1.1. Irkutsk Center
4.1.2. Krasnoyarsk Center
4.1.3. Taimyr part of Krasnoyarsk Krai
4.2. Far East 62
4.2.1. Yakutsk Center
4.2.2. Sakhalin Center

Chapter 5. Key Players and Their Strategies

5.1. YUKOS
5.2. Gazprom
5.3. Gazpromneft, former Sibneft
5.4. Rosneft
5.5. Surgutneftegas
5.6. TNK-BP
5.7. Slavneft
5.8. Consortium
5.9. Rivalry between Gazprom and Rosneft
5.10. Japanese companies
5.11. Chinese companies
5.12. Korea National Oil Company
5.13. Indian ONGC
5.14. European and US companies
5.15. Conclusions

Chapter 6. Key Upstream Projects Currently Under Way

6.1. Kovykta field
6.2. Sakhalin-1
6.3. Sakhalin-2
6.4. Talakan field
6.5. Vankor field
6.6. Verkhnechonsk field
6.7. Yurubcheno-Tokhomsk Zone

Chapter 7. Prospective Upstream Projects in East Siberia and Far East

7.1. Sea of Okhotsk
7.2. Sea of Japan
7.3. Bering Sea

Chapter 8. Existing and Planned Transportation Infrastructure in the East of Russia

8.1. Existing oil and gas pipelines
8.2. New large oil and gas transportation projects
8.2.1. East Siberia - Pacific Ocean (ESPO) Pipeline
8.2.2. Altai gas pipeline
8.3. Transportation complex
8.3.1. Sea transportation
8.3.2. River transportation
8.3.3. Railway transportation
8.3.4. Car transportation

Chapter 9. Downstream in East Siberia and Far East

9.1. Refineries
9.2. Marketing
9.3. Forecasts

Chapter 10. Key Foreign Oil and Gas Markets for Russia in Northeast Asia

10.1. Japan
10.2. China
10.3. South Korea

Conclusions
Chart 1.1. Development stages of East Siberia and the Far East
Chart 2.1. Foreign direct investment in East Siberia in 2005
Chart 2.2. Foreign direct investment in East Siberia and the Far East in 2005
Chart 3.1. Different scenarios of oil production in East Siberia and the Far East under the RF Energy Strategy up to 2020 (mt)
Chart 3.2. Different scenarios of gas production in East Siberia and the Far East in 2020 (bcm)
Chart 3.3. Comparison of average exploration costs in West Siberia, East Siberia and the Far East shelf
Chart 3.4. Gazprom's estimates of the potential to increase proven gas reserves up to 2025 (bcm)
Chart 4.1. Consumption of primary energy resources in Irkutsk Region (%)
Chart 4.2. Corporate structure of the Urals Energy Public Company Limited
Chart 4.3. Oil production by Dulisma in 2005-2006 (thousand tons)
Chart 4.4. The Irkutsk Oil Company structure
Chart 4.5. Oil production by Ustkutneftegas in 2005-2006 (thousand tons)
Chart 4.6. Gas production by Ustkutneftegas in 2005-2006 (million cubic meters)
Chart 4.7. Consumption of primary energy resources in Krasnoyarsk Krai
Chart 4.8. Possible gas production in Krasnoyarsk Krai according to Gazprom
Chart 4.9. Shareholders of Norilskgazprom (%)
Chart 4.10. Hydrocarbon proved reserves of Yakutiya and Sakhalin (million tons, billion cubic meters)
Chart 4.11. Consumption of primary energy sources in Sakha (%)
Chart 4.12. Sakha possible gas production according to Gazprom estimates up to 2020
Chart 4.13. Key shareholders of ALROSA (%)
Chart 4.14. Oil production by ALROSA-Gas in 2005-2006 (thousand tons)
Chart 4.15. Gas production by ALROSA-Gas in 2005-2006 (millions of cubic meters)
Chart 4.16. Oil production by Irelyakhneft in 2005-2006 (thousand tons)
Chart 4.17. Structure of ALROSA petroleum subsidiaries
Chart 4.18. Gas production by Yakutgazprom in 2005-2006 (millions of cubic meters)
Chart 4.19. Oil production by Taas-Yuryakh Neftegazdobycha in 2005-2006(thousand tons)
Chart 4.20. Consumption pattern of primary utilities in Sakhalin (%)
Chart 4.21. Oil production by Sakhalinmorneftegas in 1998-2006 (mt)
Chart 4.22. Gas production by Sakhalinmorneftegas in 2005-2006 (mcm)
Chart 4.23. Oil production by Petrosakh in 2005-2006 (thousand tons)
Chart 4.24. Sakhalin potential gas production up to 2020
Chart 5.1. YUKOS's oil exports to China in 1999-2006 (mt)
Chart 5.2. Oil production by the East Siberian Oil and Gas Company (thousand tons)
Chart 5.3. The difference in domestic East Siberia and the Far East gas demand forecast figures between Mineral/Russia Petroleum and Gazprom
Chart 5.4. Forecasts of gas consumption in Northeastern Asia and the US Pacific coast (bcm)
Chart 5.5. Forecast of gas consumption in Asia-Pacific Region (bcm)
Chart 5.6. Maximum volume of foreign demand for Russia's East Siberia and the Far East gas in 2020, including contracted volumes by Sakhalin-2 (bcm)
Chart 5.7. Gazprom's main goals in joining Sakhalin-2 project
Chart 5.8. Dynamics of Sakhalinmorneftegas oil and gas production in comparison with total Rosneft production, 1998-2006 (mt, bcm)
Chart 5.9. Rosneft main assets in East Siberia and the Far East
Chart 5.10. Daltransgas shareholders
Chart 5.11. Share of TNK-BP in upstream projects in the East of Russia
Chart 5.12. Slavneft shareholders
Chart 5.13. Mitsui's Energy Business Unit's major subsidiaries and associated companies
Chart 5.14. Mitsubishi Energy Business Group's structure and main countries of operations
Chart 5.15. CNPC subsidiaries globally
Chart 5.16. CNPC oil and gas production in 2000-2005
Chart 5.17. Sinopec oil and gas production in 2000-2005
Chart 5.18. BP assets in China
Chart 5.19. Shell Group's proved oil and gas reserves, 2004-2006 (mboe)
Chart 5.20. ExxonMobil's oil and gas reserves in 2000-2005
Chart 6.1. Shareholders of RUSIA Petroleum as of March 2001 (%)
Chart 6.2. Current shareholders of RUSIA Petroleum (%)
Chart 6.3. Kovykta gas production volumes up to 2020 (bcm)
Chart 6.4. Sakhalin-1 oil (with condensate) and gas proven reserves (ABC1) in 2005
Chart 6.5. Current shareholders of the Sakhalin-1 project (%)
Chart 6.6. Sakhalin-1 project oil production in 2005-2006 (thousand tons)
Chart 6.7. Sakhalin-1 gas production up to 2020 (bcm)
Chart 6.8. Investment in Sakhalin-1 project ($ billion)
Chart 6.9. Sakhalin-2 oil and gas reserves (ABC1)
Chart 6.10. Shareholders of Sakhalin Energy as of December 2006 (%)
Chart 6.11. Sakhalin-2 project oil production in 2005-2006 (thousand tons)
Chart 6.12. Future gas production in Sakhalin-2
Chart 6.13. The future shareholders of Sakhalin-2 Project (%)
Chart 6.14. Annual oil production in Talakan field (thousand tons)
Chart 6.15. Shareholders of Enisseineft in 1992 (%)
Chart 6.16. Shareholders of Enisseineft since 2003 (%)
Chart 6.17. Planned growth of oil production in Vankor field to 2012 (mt)
Chart 6.18. Wells planned to drill in the Vankor field
Chart 6.19. Shareholders of Verkhnechonskneftegas in 2003 (%)
Chart 6.20. Current shareholders of Verkhnechonskneftegas (%)
Chart 6.21. The possible oil production growth in Verkhnechonsk field to the peak level (mt)
Chart 6.22. Possible gas production in YTZ during the first five years of development (bcm)
Chart 7.1. Current shareholders of Veninsky block
Chart 9.1. Achinsk refinery's crude suppliers in 2005
Chart 9.2. Production of petroleum products at Achinsk refinery in 2006
Chart 9.3. Primary refining at Achinsk refinery in 2000 - 2006
Chart 9.4. Production of petroleum products at Angarsk Petrochemical Company in 2006
Chart 9.5. Primary refining at Angarsk Petrochemical Company in 2000 - 2006
Chart 9.6. Production of petroleum products at Khabarovsk refinery in 2006
Chart 9.7. Primary refining at Khabarovsk refinery in 2000 - 2006
Chart 9.8. Production of petroleum products at Komsomolsk refinery in 2006
Chart 9.9. Primary refining at Komsomolsk refinery in 2000 - 2006
Chart 9.10. Primary refining at Sakhalin mini-refinery in 2004 - 2005
Chart 10.1. Primary energy sources consumption in Japan in 2005
Chart 10.2. Japan's oil imports in 1995-2005 (mt)
Chart 10.3. Oil imports to Japan by source
Chart 10.4. Forecast of oil import to Japan by source in 2020
Chart 10.5. Japan refinery capacities in 1995-2005 (mt per year)
Chart 10.6. Gas consumption in Japan in 1995-2005 (bcm)
Chart 10.7. LNG deliveries to Japan in 2005
Chart 10.8. Primary energy consumption in China in 1995-2005 (mtoe)
Chart 10.9. Primary energy consumption in China in 2005 (mtoe)
Chart 10.10. Oil production in China in 1996-2006 (mt)
Chart 10.11. Oil consumption in China in 1996-2006 (mt)
Chart 10.12. Oil import to China by source in 2005 (%)
Chart 10.13. Forecast of oil import to China by source in 2020
Chart 10.14. China refinery capacities in 1995-2005 and possible development of refineries in 2010 and 2015 (mt per year)
Chart 10.15. Gas production in China in 1995-2006 (bcm)
Chart 10.16. Primary energy consumption in South Korea in 2005
Chart 10.17. Oil consumption in South Korea in 1996 - 2006 (mt)
Chart 10.18. Oil import to South Korea in 2005 by sources (%)
Chart 10.19. Forecast of oil import to South Korea by source in 2020
Chart 10.20. South Korea refinery capacities in 1995-2005 and possible development of refineries in 2010 and 2015 (mt per year)
Chart 10.21. Natural gas consumption in South Korea in 1995-2005 (bcm)
Chart 10.22. LNG imports to South Korea in 2005
Table 2.1. East Siberia federation subjects
Table 2.2. Main social and economic indicators of East Siberia in 2006
Table 2.3. East Siberian regions gross regional product by sectors
Table 2.4. The Far East federation subjects
Table 2.5. Main social and economic indicators of the Far East in 2006
Table 2.6. The Far East gross regional production by sectors
Table 3.1. Distribution of total initial oil and gas reserves by regions (%)
Table 3.2. Forecast of maximum oil and gas production levels in East Siberia and the Far East, under Gazprom's program and according to the Siberian Division of the Academy of Sciences
Table 3.3. Gas reserves and resources in the Siberian and the Far Eastern federal districts as of 01.01.04, bcm
Table 3.4. Main indicators of preparing and developing oil reserves and resources in East Siberia and Sakha
Table 3.5. Characteristics of the main oil and gas complexes of Leno-Tungusskaya oil and gas province
Table 3.6. Characteristics of main oil and gas complexes of Khatango-Vilyuiskaya oil and gas province
Table 3.7. Possible blocks for licensing auctions in East Siberia and Far East
Table 4.1. Structure of recoverable reserves and resources of oil, gas and condensate by regions of East Siberia
Table 4.2. Main oil, gas and condensate fields of the Irkutsk Region without Kovykta
Table 4.3. Reserves of the Irkutsk Oil Company
Table 4.4. Reserves of key fields in Evenkiya
Table 4.5. Krasnoyarsk Krai: Distribution of oil and gas reserves by companies (%)
Table 4.6. Main characteristics of Norilskgazprom's fields
Table 4.7. Key indicators of the fuel and energy complex of Sakha
Table 4.8. Reserves of major gas fields of Yakutiya
Table 4.9. Oil and gas reserves and resources of the Sakhalin Region
Table 5.1. Value of the remaining assets of YUKOS as of January 20, 2007 (valuation of bankruptcy manager)
Table 5.2. YUKOS SWOT analysis
Table 5.3. Gazprom main highlights 2006
Table 5.4. Gazprom SWOT analysis
Table 5.5. Gazpromneft main highlights 2006
Table 5.6. Gazpromneft SWOT analysis
Table 5.7. Rosneft main highlights 2006
Table 5.8. Rosneft acquisitions in East Siberia in 2005-2006
Table 5.9. Rosneft SWOT analysis
Table 5.10. Surgutneftegas main highlights
Table 5.11. Surgutneftegas SWOT analysis
Table 5.12. TNK-BP main highlights
Table 5.13. Resources of TNK-BP's newly acquired blocks
Table 5.14. TNK-BP SWOT analysis
Table 5.15. Slavneft SWOT analysis
Table 5.16. CNPC's oil and gas reserves, 2003-2005
Table 5.17. Sinopec proved oil and gas reserves
Table 5.18. BP highlights 2006 without TNK-BP results
Table 5.19. Royal Dutch Shell highlights 2006
Table 5.20. ExxonMobil highlights 2006
Table 5.21. Key players in East Siberia and the Far East of Russia
Table 6.1. Main characteristics of the Kovykta gas condensate field
Table 6.2. Average composition of Kovykta's natural gas (%)
Table 6.3. Reserves estimate of Vankor field (million tons)
Table 6.4. Yurubcheno-Tokhomsk and Sobinsk-Paiginsk zones proved reserves
Table 7.1. Exploration projects in the Okhotsk Sea
Table 7.2. Other Okhotsk Sea projects
Table 7.3. Japan Sea future projects
Table 7.4. Bering Sea offshore projects
Table 8.1. ESPO key characteristics
Table 8.2. ESPO SWOT analysis
Table 8.3. Altai project SWOT analysis
Table 10.1. Japan: consumption of petroleum products, 1995-2005, thousand bbl/day
Table 10.2. Contracts for Russian LNG deliveries from Sakhalin-2
Table 10.3. Coal industry of China (mt)
Table 10.4. China: Consumption of petroleum products, 1995-2005, thousand bbl/day
Table 10.5. Chinese companies' refining capacity expansion plans in China, mt/yr
Table 10.6. LNG terminals in China, 2005-2015 (mt/yr)
Table 10.7. LNG terminals in South Korea
Table 10.8. The existing long-term LNG delivery contracts to South Korea as of 2006
Map 2.1. Average monthly salary in East Siberia and Far East
Map 3.1. Leno-Tungusskaya and Khatango-Vilyuiskaya oil and gas province
Map 4.1. Irkutsk Region map
Map 4.2. Oil, gas and condensate fields of the Irkutsk Region
Map 4.3. Krasnoyarsk Krai map
Map 4.4. Sakha map
Map 4.5. Oil and gas condensate fields and prospective oil and gas resources of Yakutiya
Map 4.6. Sakhalin map
Map 5.1. East Siberia and the Far East transport option 'West'
Map 5.2. East Siberia and the Far East transport option 'Center'
Map 5.3. East Siberia and the Far East transport option 'East'
Map 5.4. Consolidated gas transportation option from Russia's eastern regions
Map 5.5. BP old and new profit centers
Map 6.1. Kovykta gas condensate field
Map 6.2. Kovykta gas condensate field with RUSIA Petroleum planned pipeline
Map 6.3. Sakhalin-1 upstream project
Map 6.4. Sakhalin-2 project
Map 6.5. Talakan field
Map 6.6. Vankor field
Map 6.7. Verkhnechonsk field
Map 6.8. Yurubcheno-Tokhomsk zone
Map 7.1. Sakhalin-3,-4,-5,-6 projects in the Okhotsk Sea
Map 7.2. West Kamchatka shelf project
Map 7.3. Japan Sea Sakhalin-8 and -9 future projects
Map 7.4. Bering Sea projects
Map 8.1. East Siberian branch of Omsk-Irkutsk pipeline system
Map 8.2. Okha-Komsomolsk oil and gas pipelines
Map 8.3. Talakanskoye-Vitim oil pipeline
Map 8.4. Sakhalin gas pipeline system
Map 8.5. Yakutsk gas pipeline system
Map 8.6. Messoyakha-Norilsk gas pipeline
Map 8.7. Komsomolsk-Khabarovsk and Khabarovsk-Vladivostok gas pipelines
Map 8.8. Current ESPO planned route
Map 8.9. Altai gas pipeline
Map 9.1. Refineries in East Siberia and in the Far East of Russia
Map 9.2. Petroleum products suppliers in East Siberia and in the Far East of Russia
Map 10.1. Oil and gas sector of Japan
Map 10.2. Gas infrastructure of China
Map 10.3. Bo Hai Gulf oil and gas map
Map 10.4. Oil and gas infrastructure of South Korea

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