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Surface Infrastructure Design for the Oil and Gas Industry in Russia
Surface Infrastructure Design for the Oil and Gas Industry in Russia
Released: May 2010
Language: English, Russian
Quanity: 135 pages
Format: book and CD
Delivery: express shipping (2-4 days)
Price: € 1.850
Development of the oil and gas industry urges constant modernization of surface infrastructure to provide sustainable functioning of all facilities involved in production, transportation and procession of hydrocarbons. Present global economic downturn did not considerably affect the volume of surface infrastructure design services in Russia, but rather made oil and gas producing companies reconsider their infrastructure design programs and adapt them to the present realities, in some cases postponing the plans for a couple of years.

  • What is the current state of surface infrastructure design market in Russia and how will it develop to 2015?
  • What are major design companies in Russia and what is their distribution on the market?
  • What are the volumes of design services by major oil and gas producing regions in Russia and what are the projections to 2015?
  • What are the main schemes of cooperation between customers, contractors and subcontractors in providing infrastructure design services?
  • What approaches are taken by Russian oil and gas majors in designing their field infrastructures?
  • What are the specifics of holding tenders for selecting design companies? What are primary approaches for evaluation of a project’s working costs?

Surface Infrastructure Design for the Oil and Gas Industry in Russia addresses these and other key issues providing an examination of how the market developed in 2007-2009 and offering an outlook to 2015.

Surface Infrastructure Design for the Oil and Gas Industry in Russia
is a source of indispensable information for:

  • construction and engineering companies
  • equipment producers and suppliers
  • oil and gas companies
  • investment and financial institutions
Introduction

Key Findings

1. Design Services Market in Russia and Development Forecast
1.1. Major Design Services Clients

  • Gazprom
  • Gazprom Neft
  • LUKOIL
  • TNK-BP
  • Rosneft
  • Surgutneftegaz
  • NOVATEK
  • Transneft

1.2. Major Subsegments of the Design Services Market

  • Design for Field Surface Development
  • Design for Oil and Gas Trunk Pipelines
  • Design of Construction and Upgrades for Refineries and Gas Processing Plants

1.3. Field Development Design in Russia’s Main Oil and Gas Producing Provinces

  • Western Siberia
  • Eastern Siberia
  • Volga-Urals
  • Timan-Pechora

1.4. Major Design Services Contractors
1.5. Major Market Participants

  • OAO VNIPIgazdobycha
  • OAO Giprospetsgaz
  • OAO Giprogazcenter
  • OOO NK Rosneft – Nauchno-Tekhnichesky Tsentr (Research and Design Center)
  • OOO Gazprom VNIIGAZ
  • OOO TyumenNIIgiprogaz
  • OAO VNIIST
  • ZAO PIRS
  • OOO Giprotruboprovod
  • OAO Giprotyumenneftegaz
  • OAO TomskNIPIneft
  • OAO Giprovostokneft
  • OOO RN-UfaNIPIneft
  • OAO VNIPIneft
  • OOO Lengiproneftekhim
  • SurgutNIPIneft OAO Surgutneftegaz
  • OAO NizhnevartovskNIPIneft
  • OAO Samaraneftechimproject
  • OAO NIPIgazpererabotka
  • ZAO NIPI InjGeo
  • ZAO NIPI NGH (ZAO GK RusGazEngineering)
  • OOO STG-Engineering

1.6. Foreign Design Companies in Russia

  • Design for surface field development
  • Design of oil refining and gas processing facilities

2. Benchmark Analysis of Oil and Gas Company Approaches to Design for Field
Development and Infrastructure

2.1. Gazprom

  • OAO VNIPIgazdobycha
  • OOO GazpromVNIIgaz
  • OAO Giprogazcenter
  • OAO Giprospetsgaz
  • Severo-Kavkazsky research and design institute of natural gases (OAO SevkavNIPIgaz)
  • DOAO CKBN OAO Gazprom

2.2. LUKOIL

  • OOO KogalymNIPIneft
  • OOO PermNIPIneft
  • OOO LUKOIL-VolgogradNIPImorneft
  • OOO PechorNIPIneft

2.3. Transneft

  • OAO Giprotruboprovod

2.4. Surgutneftegaz

  • SurgutNIPIneft

2.5. TNK-BP
2.6. Rosneft

  • OOO NK Rosneft Research and Engineering Center
  • OOO RN - SakahlinNIPImorneft
  • OOO RN - UfaNIPIneft
  • OOO SamaraNIPIneft
  • OAO TomskNIPIneft VNK
  • OOO RN - KrasnoyarskNIPIneft
  • ZAO INNC (Izhevsk Scientific Oil Center)

2.7. Gazprom Neft
2.8. NOVATEK

Figure 1. Client-contractor-subcontractor interaction scheme in the segment of design services for oil refineries
Figure 2. Interfaces between design entities during field surface development design in Gazprom
Figure 3. Interfaces between design entities within Gazprom during design of gas trunk pipelines
Figure 4. Interfaces between design entities during field surface development design within LUKOIL
Figure 5. Interfaces between design entities for Transneft during design for oil trunk pipelines
Figure 6. Interfaces between design entities within Surgutneftegaz during field surface development design
Figure 5. Interfaces between design entities for TNK-BP during field surface development design
Figure 8. Interfaces between design entities in Rosneft during field surface development design
Figure 9. Interfaces between design entities within Gazprom Neft during field surface development design
Figure 10. Interfaces between design entities in NOVATEK during field surface development design

Diagram 1. Actual and forecasted changes in the design market, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 2. Actual and forecasted changes by design market segments, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 3. Shares of major clients by design market segments, percent, 2008
Diagram 4. Shares of major clients by design market segments, percent, 2009
Diagram 5. Actual and forecasted changes of design scopes by major clients from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 6. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures on surface infrastructure design by Gazprom, from 2007 through 2015, billion RUB
Diagram 7. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures on surface infrastructure design by Gazprom Neft, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 8. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures on surface infrastructure design by LUKOIL, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 9. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures on surface infrastructure design by TNK-BP, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 10. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures for surface infrastructure design by Rosneft, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 11. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures on surface infrastructure design by Surgutneftegaz, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 12. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures on surface infrastructure design by NOVATEK, from 2007 through 2015, RUB million
Diagram 13. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures on surface infrastructure design by Transneft, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 14. Scope of field surface development design in Russia’s main producing regions and forecasted development, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 15. Actual and forecasted changes in field surface development design scopes in Russias main producing regions, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 16. Actual and forecasted changes in design scopes for trunk pipelines, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 17. Actual and forecasted changes in design scopes for refining and gas processing facilities, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 18. Shares of Russias main producing provinces in the field surface development design segment, percent, 2008
Diagram 19. Shares of Russias main producing provinces in the field surface development design segment, percent, 2009
Diagram 20. Actual and forecasted changes in expenditures on field development design in main producing provinces, from 2007 through 2015, RUB billion
Diagram 21. Market shares of major players in design for oil and gas infrastructure facilities, 7percent, 2008
Table 1. Gazprom’s projected major design scopes for surface field development facilities, from 2010 through 2015, RUB billion
Table 2. Estimate of Gazproms major design scopes for gas processing facility upgrades, from 2010 through 2015, thousand RUB
Table 3. Estimate of Gazproms major design scopes for gas processing facility construction, from 2010 through 2015, thousand RUB
Table 4. Estimate of Gazprom Nefts major design scopes for oil and gas infrastructure, from 2010 through 2015, RUB billion
Table 5. Estimate of LUKOILs major design scopes for oil and gas infrastructure, from 2010 through 2015, RUB billion
Table 6. Estimate of TNK-BPs major design scopes for oil and gas infrastructure, from 2010 through 2015, RUB billion
Table 7. Estimate of Rosnefts major design scopes for oil and gas infrastructure, from 2010 through 2015, RUB billion
Table 8. Estimate of Surgutneftegazs major design scopes for oil and gas infrastructure, from 2010 through 2015, RUB billion
Table 9. Estimate of NOVATEKs major design scopes for gas infrastructure, from 2010 through 2015, RUB billion
Table 10. Estimate of Transnefts major design scopes for oil and gas infrastructure, from 2010 through 2015, RUB billion
Table 11. Revenues of major design companies in Russia and their market shares by total revenues, 2008
Table 12. VNIPIgazdobycha: financial performance indicators from 2006 through the 2nd quarter of 2009
Table 13. List of branch offices and divisions of Giprospetsgaz
Table 14. Giprospetsgaz clients in 2007 and 2008
Table 15. Giprospetsgaz contractors in 2007 and 2008
Table 16. Giprospetsgaz: financial performance indicators from 2006 through the 3nd quarter of 2009
Table 17. Giprospetsgaz revenue breakdown in 2007 and 2008
Table 18. Giprospetsgaz revenue breakdown by regions in 2007 and 2008
Table 19. Changes in Giprospetsgaz staff headcount from 2004 through 2009
Table 20. Breakdown of Giprogazcenter contracts by type of service in 2008
Table 21. Giprogazcenter: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 22. NK Rosneft - NTT: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 23. Gazprom VNIIGAZ: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 24. TyumenNIIgiprogaz: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 25. VNIIST: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 26a. VNIIST: revenue breakdown by type of operation from 2006 through 2008
Table 26b. VNIIST: revenue breakdown by type of operation from 2007 through 2008
Table 27. VNIIST: headcount by division in 2007 and 2008
Table 28. ZAO PIRS: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 29. Giprotruboprovod: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 30a. Giprotyumenneftegaz: financial performance indicators from 2006 through the 3rd quarter of 2009
Table 30b. Giprotyumenneftegaz: financial performance indicators from 2007 through 2008
Table 30c. Giprotyumenneftegaz: financial performance indicators
Table 30d. Giprotyumenneftegaz: financial performance indicators
Table 31. Giprotyumenneftegaz planned financial performance indicators, 2009-2011
Table 32. Key clients of TomskNIPIneft, 2008
Table 33. Subcontractors providing over 10 percent of total deliverables to TomskNIPIneft
Table 34. TomskNIPIneft: revenues from 2005 through 2007, thousand RUB
Table 35. TomskNIPIneft: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 36. Giprovostokneft: financial performance indicators from 2006 through the 3rd quarter of 2009
Table 37. Rn-UfaNIPIneft: financial performance indicators from 2005 through 2008
Table 38. VNIPIneft: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 39. VNIPIneft: planned staffing changes from 2009 through 2012
Table 40. Lengiproneftekhim: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 41. SurgutNIPIneft: financial performance from 2007 through 2009
Table 42. NizhnevartovskNIPIneft: financial performance from 2006 through 2008
Table 42b. NizhnevartovskNIPIneft: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 43. Samaraneftechimproject: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 44. Samaraneftechimproject: Design and surveys performed from 2004 through 2008
Table 45. NIPIgazpererabotka: financial performance indicators from 2006 through
Table 46. NIPIgazpererabotka:delivered work and average headcount in 2008
Table 47. NIPI InjGeo: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 48. NIPI NGH: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008
Table 49. STG-Engineering: financial performance indicators from 2006 through 2008

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