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Oilfield Services Companies in Russia 2012
Oilfield Services Companies in Russia 2012
Released: June 2012
Language: English, Russian
Quanity: 150 pages
Format: book and CD
Delivery: express shipping (2-4 days)
Price: € 3.600
In 2010-2011 the Russian oilfield services market went through a phase of significant changes and is now developing dynamically. The trend originated from the oil and gas market being at a turning point as easy-to-access hydrocarbon reserves were exhausted and the need arose to develop hard-to-access reserves, which requires the application of innovative technologies and advanced equipment. As the market structure began to change the companies failing to meet the new challenges were leaving it making way for those more capable of innovative development. The trends of ever changing competitive environment so evident in the past few years continue to dominate the market as the latter further consolidates in the wake of numerous acquisitions and asset sales, mergers and alliances in all its segments.

RPI has published studies on the Oilfield Services Companies in Russia since 2005. The company experts have been closely following all the changes that have taken place in the oilfield services market and have employed the knowledge base and expertise accumulated to compile and prepare the study materials.

The current version of the study as compared to the pervious one offers relevant information on production facilities, key customers, regions where the Russian oilfield services companies are active as well as physical and financial data pertaining to the companies’ operations.

The main sections of the study cover the following:

  • Analysis of the drilling market, workover and fracturing operations, seismic exploration and field geophysical surveys;
  • Analysis of independent oilfield services companies;
  • Review of companies forming part of oilfield services holding companies and VIOCs
  • Review of international companies active in the Russian market.
Each company profile covers the following:
  • general information about the company
  • structure (key production divisions)
  • regions of presence
  • list of services it offers
  • key production fleet
  • key customers
  • production facilities (as of the end of 2011)
  • financial data (as of the end of 2011)
The study Oilfield Services Companies in Russia is a unique tool that provides all information available in the market about the majority of the oilfield services market players.

The materials contained in this study may help companies operating in the market build a development strategy that would best suit the competitive environment, assess their positions against other market players and obtain objective data to draw comparisons of performance results.

Apart from the oilfield services companies this study might be of interest also to the oil companies as it gives them a better idea of companies that are capable of providing the required oilfield services.
The investors in the market may use the information given in this study in order to analyze the viability of investment projects and to minimize the risks of future investment.
1 Introduction. Key Trends in the Russian Oilfield Services Market

2 Drilling Services

2.1 Overview of the drilling services market
2.2 Independent contractor profiles
2.2.1 Burovaya Kompaniya Eurasia (BKE)
2.2.2 Eriell
2.2.3 Integra-Burenie
2.2.4 C.A.T oil Drilling (C.A.T. oil AG)
2.2.5 KCA DEUTAG
2.2.6 Nabors Drilling
2.2.7 NSH Asia Drilling (Neftserviceholding)
2.2.8 Nova Energeticheskiye Uslugi (NEU)
2.2.9 Orenburgskaya Burovaya Kompaniya
2.2.10 Servisnaya Burovaya Kompaniya
2.2.11 SGK-Burenie
2.2.12 SSK
2.2.13 Weatherford
2.3 Profiles of drilling contractors of VIOC
2.3.1 Bashneft-Burenie
2.3.2 Gazprom Drilling
2.3.3 RN-Drilling
2.3.4 Drilling Division of NGK Slavneft
2.3.5 Drilling Divisions of Surgutneftegaz
2.3.6 Burenie (UK Tatburneft)

3 Well Servicing, Workover and Sidetracking Market

3.1 Overview of the well servicing, workover and sidetracking markets
3.2 Independent company profiles
3.2.1 Anega-Burenie
3.2.2 Belorusneft-Sibir
3.2.3 Belorusskoye UPNP i KRS
3.2.4 BKE Well Services Branch
3.2.5 Integra
3.2.6 CAT oil
3.2.7 KRS-Servis (RU-Energy Group)
3.2.8 RU-Energy KRS-MG (former Megion-Servis)
3.2.9 Permnefteotdacha (Nefteservisholding)
3.2.10 Samotlorneftepromkhim
3.2.11 SGK-Burenie
3.2.12 SSK
3.2.13 FOSKO
3.2.14 Weatherford
3.3 Profiles of VIOC oilfield services divisions
3.3.1 Bashkirskoye Upravlenie Remonta Skvazhin (BURS) (Bashkir Well Services Department)
3.3.2 Bashneft-Burenie ok
3.3.3 Mamontovsky KRS
3.3.4 Surgutneftegaz well servicing and workover departments
3.3.5 TatRemServis

4 Hydraulic Fracturing Market

4.1 Overview of the market
4.2 Independent company profiles
4.2.1 Calfrac Well Services Ltd. (CWS)
4.2.2 CAT il AG (CATKoneft)
4.2.3 MeKaMineft
4.2.4 PetroAlliance Services Company Limited
4.2.5 Trican Well Services
4.2.6 Weatherford
4.2.7 Halliburton
4.2.8 Schlumberger
4.3 Profiles of VIOC oilfield services units
4.3.1 Surgutneftegaz
4.3.2 TatRemServis

5 Well Cementing

5.1 Overview of the market
5.2 Independent company profiles
5.2.1 Integra
5.2.2 PetroAlliance
5.2.3 Servisnaya Transportnaya Kompaniya (RU-Energy Group)
5.2.4 SSK
5.2.5 Trican Well Services
5.2.6 Spetsialnoye Tamponazhnoe Upravlenie (STU) (Specialized Cementing Department) (Weatherford)
5.2.7 Halliburton
5.3 Profiles of VIOC oilfield service units
5.3.1 Surgutneftegaz
5.3.2 Leninogorskoye UTR (Tatneft)

6 Market Analysis

6.1 Seismic exploration market analysis
6.2 IG Seismic Services
6.3 Bashneftegeofizika
6.4 Volgogradneftegeofizika
6.5 Gazprom Neft – Noyabrskneftegazgeofizika
6.6 Geofizservis
6.7 Kogalymneftegeofizika
6.8 Komineftegeofizika
6.9 Krasnodarneftegeofizika
6.10 Nefteservisholding
6.10.1 PITTs Geofizika
6.10.2 Universal-Servis
6.11 Nizhnevartovskneftegeofizika
6.12 Orenburgneftegeofizika (Baker Hughes)
6.13 Permneftegeofizika
6.14 Samaraneftegeofizika
6.15 Sibneftegeofizika
6.16 Stavropolneftegeofizika
6.17 TNG-Group
6.18 Yuganskneftegeofizika
6.19 Yakutskgeofizika
Figure 2-1. Production and exploration drilling in Russia in 2001-2011, thousands of meters
Figure 2-2. Major customers in the production drilling market in 2011 (thousands of meters and market share)
Figure 2-3. Major customers in the exploration drilling market in 2011 (thousands of meters and market share)
Figure 2-4. Individual company shares in the total meters drilled in the Russian Federation in 2011
Figure 2-5. Number of drilling crews and rigs owned by drilling contractors in 2011
Figure 2-6. Meters drilled per drilling crew in 2011, thousands of meters per year
Figure 2-7. Drilling cost per meter, $
Figure 2-8. BKE drilling inventory: Lifting capacity and maximum drilling depth (as of December 31, 2011)
Figure 2-9 Changes in meters drilled and well drilling by BKE
Figure 2-10 Integra-Burenie drilling rig fleet, by hoisting capacity and allocation
Figure 2-11 NEU Drilling rig fleets service life
Figure 2-12 OBK drilling fleet service life
Figure 2-13 Wells drilled by SGK-Burenie, by customer, 2004-2011
Figure 2-14. The drilling rig fleet of Gazprom Drilling by lifting capacity as of 01.10.2011
Figure 2-15 Burenie (Tatburneft) drilling equipment service life
Figure 2-16 Burenie’s drilled meterage and completed wells
Figure 3-1. RF well servicing and workover market changes in 2005-2011 (number of jobs)
Figure 3-2. RF well servicing and workover market changes in 2005-2011, expressed in monetary terms (millions of rubles)
Figure 3-3. Workover and well servicing cost changes in 2005-2011 (thousands of rubles)
Figure 3-4. Well servicing and workover market segmentation by customer in 2011
Figure 3-5. Shares of individual contractors in total well servicing and workover scopes in Russia in 2011
Figure 3-6. Effectiveness of well servicing and workover crews: Number of well servicing and workover jobs per crew in 2011
Figure 3-7. Shares of individual contractors in the total sidetracking scopes in Russia in 2011
Figure 3-8. Effectiveness of sidetracking crews: number of sidetracking jobs per crew in 2011
Figure 3-9. Number of well service jobs including production testing and BKE subsidiary performance
Figure 3-10. Organizational structure of BURS
Figure 4-1. Changes in the number of successful hydraulic fracturing jobs in 2005-2011
Figure 4-2. Key customers for hydraulic fracturing in 2011 (number of hydraulic fracturing jobs and corresponding weight)
Figure 4-3. Shares of individual contractors in the total scope of hydraulic fracturing in the Russian Federation in 2011
Figure 4-4. Relative effectiveness of hydraulic fracturing fleets: the number of hydraulic fracturing jobs per fleet in 2011
Figure 5-1. RF cementing market dynamics in 2005-2011 (number of jobs)
Figure 6-1. RF seismic exploration market capacity in 2002-2011
Figure 6-2. Seismic exploration market dynamics of Russian Federation in 2003-2011, in monetary terms ($ million)
Figure 6-3. Changes in the cost per km of 2D seismic versus cost per sq. km of 3D seismic in 2003-2011
Figure 6-4. 2D seismic survey market size and dynamics in physical terms in 2002-2011
Figure 6-5. 2D seismic survey scopes delivered by individual companies within Russia in 2010, km
Figure 6-6. Individual company shares in the total scope of 2D seismic exploration in physical terms in 2011
Figure 6-7. 3D seismic survey market size and dynamics in physical terms in 2002-2011
Figure 6-8. Scopes of 3D seismic delivered by individual companies in Russia in 2010, sq. km
Figure 6-9. Individual company shares in the total scope of 3D seismic exploration in physical terms in 2011
Figure 6-10. Shares of Russian and foreign companies in the seismic exploration and well logging/wireline services market in 2010-2011, millions of rubles
Figure 6-11. Seismic survey scopes completed by individual companies within Russia in 2011, millions of rubles
Figure 6-12. Scopes of well logging/wireline services delivered by individual companies within Russia in 2011, millions of rubles
Figure 6-13. Changes in the IG Seismic Services Ltd. corporate structure
Figure 6-14. Geotech Holding and IG Seismic Services seismic asset consolidation
Figure 6-15. Bashneftegeofizika geological exploration division’s regional departments
Figure 6-16. Principal customers for Bashneftegeofizika geophysical services in 2011
Figure 6-17. Krasnodarneftegeofizika changes in revenue (excluding VAT and excise duties) and proportion of work scopes delivered outside the Krasnodar territory in 2007-2011
Figure 6-18. Organizational structure of Samaraneftegeofizika
Figure 6-19. Samaraneftegeofizika Oilfield Geophysics Directorate productive resources
Figure 6-20. Sibneftegeofizika structure
Figure 6-21. Work scopes delivered by Sibneftegeofizika in the 2010/2011 operating season, by customer, number of shots
Figure 6-22. Geological exploration and geophysical companies within TNG-Group
Table 2-1. Size and growth dynamics of Russian drilling contractors in 2011 (thousands of meters drilled and relative change)
Table 2-2. Drilling rig orders
Table 2-3. BKE production capacity as of December 31 of the corresponding year
Table 2-4. BKE production indices as of December 31 of the corresponding year.
Table 2-5 BKE financial indices, all activities, 2007-2011, mln RUR.
Table 2-6. BKE-Shelf financial indices, 2007-2010, thousands RUR
Table 2-7. SWOT analysis for BKE.
Table 2-8. Eriell production capacity and production index
Table 2-9. SWOT analysis for Eriell Group
Table 2-10. Integra-Burenie production capacity and operation indices, 2007-2011
Table 2-11. Integra –Burenie financial indices, 2006-2010, thousand RUR .
Table 2-12 Integra Group order portfolio, billion RUR.
Table 2-13 Integra-Burenie SWOT-analysis
Table 2-14. C.A.T. oil Drilling production capacity and production indices, 2011
Table 2-15. Financial indices C.A.T. oil Drilling, 2006-2010, thousand rubles
Table 2-16. KCA DEUTAG onshore fleet of drilling rigs in Russia
Table 2-17. KCA DEUTAG Russia financial indices, 2006-2010, thousand RUR
Table 2-18. KCA DEUTAG SWOT-analysis
Table 2-19. NSH Asia Drilling production capacity and production indices, 2009-2011
Table 2-20. NSH Asia Drilling financial indices, 2009-2010, thousand RUR.
Table 2-21 NEU drilling fleet
Table 2-22. NEU production capacity and production indices, 2009-2011
Table 2-23. NEU financial performance, 2006-2010, thousand RUR
Table 2-24. NEU SWOT- analysis
Table 2-25. OBK production capacity and production indices, 2007-2011
Table 2-26. OBK financial indices, 2006-2010, thousand RUR
Table 2-27. Fleet of drilling and well workover equipment of OBK
Table 2-28 OBK SWOT- analysis
Table 2-29 SBK production capacity and production indices
Table 2-30. SBK financial indices, 2007-2011, thousand RUR
Table 2-31 SBK SWOT- analysis
Table 2-32 SGK-Burenie production capacity and production indices, 2008-2011
Table 2-33. SGK-Burenie financial indices, 2006-2010, thousand RUR
Table 2-34. Drilling crews, drilling rigs and meters drilled in 2010 by subsidiaries of SGK-Burenie
Table 2-35 SGK-Burenie SWOT analysis
Table 2-36 SSK’s drilling rig fleet breakdown by lifting capacity
Table 2-37. Production capacity and production indices of SSK
Table 2-38. SWOT- analysis of SSK
Table 2-39. Production capacity and production indices of Nizhnevartovskburneft.
Table 2-40. Financial indices of Nizhnevartovskburneft, 2006-2010, thousand rubles
Table 2-41. Main Customers of Nizhnevartovskburneft 2011*
Table 2-42. SWOT- analysis of Nizhnevartovskburneft
Table 2-43. Production capacity and production indices of NPRS -1 in drilling
Table 2-44. Financial indices of NPRS -1, 2006-2011, thousand rubles
Table 2-45. Production capacity and production indices of Orenburgburneft
Table 2-46. Financial indices of Orenburgburneft, 2006-2010, thousand rubles
Table 2-47. Production capacity and production indices of Bashneft-Burenie
Table 2-48. Financial indices of Bashneft-Burenie, 2008-2010, thousand RUR
Table 2-49. SWOT analysis Bashneft-Burenie
Table 2-50. Production capacity of Gazprom Drilling as of 01.11.2011.
Table 2-51. Production indices of Gazprom Drilling
Table 2-52. Financial indices of Gazprom Drilling, 2006-2010, mln RUR
Table 2-53. SWOT analysis of Gazprom Drilling
Table 2-54. Production capacity and production indices of RN-Drilling
Table 2-55. Financial indices of RN-Drilling, 2008-2010, thousand rubles
Table 2-56. SWOT- analysis OOO RN-Drilling
Table 2-57. Production capacity and production indices of the drilling division of NGK Slavneft
Table 2-58. SWOT- analysis of the drilling division of Slavneft
Table 2-59. Drilling capacity of Surgutneftegaz
Table 2-60 Surgutneftegas production indices, 2007-2011
Table 2-61 Production capacity for drilling as of January 1 of the corresponding year
Table 2-62 Burenie production indices
Table 2-63 Burenie SWOT- analysis
Table 3-1. Changes in the number of well servicing and workover jobs in 2010-2011
Table 3-2. Changes in sidetracking scopes in 2010-2011
Table 3-3. Production capacity and production indices of Anega-Burenie
Table 3-4. Anega-Burenie’s financial indices, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-5. Belorusneft-Sibir production capacity and production indices
Table 3-6. Belorusneft-Sibir financial indices, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-7. Production capacity of Belorusskoye UPNP i KRS
Table 3-8. Production indices of Belorusskoye UPNP i KRS
Table 3-9. Financial indices of Belorusskoye UPNP i KRS, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-10. Production capacity and production indices of BKE well services department
Table 3-11. Integra’s production capacity and production indices in the well servicing and workover segment
Table 3-12. Financial indices of Nizhnevartovsky KRS, 2006 – 2010, thousand RUR
Table 3-13. Obnefteremont financial indices, 2006 – 2010, thousand RUR
Table 3-14. Production capacity and production indices of CATKoneft
Table 3-15. Financial indices of CATKoneft, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-16. Production capacity and production indices of CATOBNEFT
Table 3-17. Financial indices of CATOBNEFT, 2006-2011, thousands RUR
Table 3-18. Production capacity and production indices of CAToil-Drilling in the sidetracking segment
Table 3-19. Shares of various services in CAT oil AG’s revenue, %
Table 3-20. Production capacity and production indices of KRS-Servis
Table 3-21. Financial indices of KRS-Servis, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-22. Production capacity and production indices of RU-Energy KRS-MG
Table 3-23. Financial indices of RU-Energy KRS-MG, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-24. Production capacity and production indices of Permnefteotdacha
Table 3-25. Financial indices of Permnefteotdacha, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-26. Production capacity and production indices of Samotlorneftepromkhim
Table 3-27. Financial indices of Samotlorneftepromkhim, 2007-2010, millions of
rubles
Table 3-28. Production capacity and production indices of SGK-Burenie in sidetracking
Table 3-29. Production capacity and production indices of the SSK well servicing and workover division, 2007-2011
Table 3-30. FOSKO’s production capacity
Table 3-31. NPRS – 1 Production capacity and operating performance
Table 3-32. Production capacity of UKRS
Table 3-33. Production indices of UKRS
Table 3-34. UKRS financial indices, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-35. Production capacity of Chernogornefteservis
Table 3-36. Production indices of Chernogornefteservis
Table 3-37. Financial indices of Chernogornefteservis, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-38. BURS lifting gear inventory
Table 3-39. Production capacity and production indices of BURS
Table 3-40. Financial indices of BURS, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-41. Production capacity and production indices of Bashneft-Burenie in the sidetracking segment
Table 3-42. Production capacity of Mamontovsky KRS
Table 3-43. Production indices of Mamontovsky KRS
Table 3-44. Financial indices of Mamontovsky KRS, 2006-2010, thousands RUR
Table 3-45. Production capacity of Surgutneftegaz in the well servicing and workover segment
Table 3-46. Production indices of Surgutneftegaz in the well servicing and workover segment, 2007-2010
Table 3-47. Production indices of TatneftRemServis
Table 3-48. Financial indices of TatneftRemServis, 2008-2010, thousands RUR
Table 4-1. Change in the number of hydraulic fracturing jobs in 2010-2011, by contractor
Table 4-2. Production capacity and production indices of hydraulic fracturing providers
Table 4-3. CWS’s production capacity and production indices in Russia
Table 4-4. CWS International’s financial indices, 2006-2010, thousands RUR.
Table 4-5. SWOT analysis for CWS International
Table 4-6. Production capacity and production indices of CATKoneft in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 4-7. Production capacity and production indices of MeKaMineft in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 4-8. Production capacity and production indices of PetroAlliance Services Company LTD in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 4-9. Production capacity and production indices of Trican in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 4-10. Production capacity and production indices of Weatherford in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 4-11. Production capacity and production indices of Halliburton in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 4-12. Production capacity and production indices of Schlumberger in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 4-13. Production capacity and production indices of Surgutneftegaz in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 4-14. Production resources and production indices of Tatneft-RemServis.
Table 5-1. Production capacity and production indices of Integra-Servisy cementing unit
Table 5-2. Production capacity and production indices of PetroAlliance in the cementing segment
Table 5-3. Production capacity and production indices of STK
Table 5-4. Production capacity and production indices of SSK in the cementing segment
Table 5-5. Production capacity and production indices of Trican Well Services in the cementing segment
Table 5-6. STU’s production capacity and operating performance
Table 5-7. Production capacity and production indices of Halliburton in the cementing segment
Table 5-8. Production capacity and production indices of Surgutneftegaz
Table 5-9. Production capacity and production indices of Leninogorskoye UTR
Table 6-1. Number of seismic survey crews within geophysical companies in 2011
Table 6-2. Number of well logging teams within seismic survey crews in 2011
Table 6-3. Activities, operating capabilities and financial performance of IG Seismic Services joint venture partners
Table 6-4. Data processing and interpretation centers of IG Seismic Services
Table 6-5. Production capacity and production indices of Bashneftegeofizika
Table 6-6. Bashneftegeofizika’s FINANCIAL indices, 2008-2011, thousands RUR.
Table 6-7. Production capacity and production indices of Taimyrgeofizika
Table 6-8. Financial indices of Taimyrgeofizika, 2008-2010, thousands RUR
Table 6-9. Production capacity and production indices of Volgogradneftegeofizika
Table 6-10. Production capacity and production indices of Gazprom Neft-NNGGF.
Table 6-11. Production capacity and production indices of Geofizservis
Table 6-12. Financial indices of Geofizservis, 2007-2010, thousands RUR
Table 6-13. Production capacity and production indices of Kogalymneftegeofizika
Table 6-14. Financial indices of Kogalymneftegeofizika, 2007-2010, thousands RUR (1)
Table 6-15. Production capacity and production indices of Komineftegeofizika
Table 6-16. Financial indices of Komineftegeofizika, 2007-2010, thousands RUR
Table 6-17. Production capacity and production indices of Krasnodarneftegeofizika
Table 6-18. Financial indices of Krasnodarneftegeofizika, 2008-2011, thousands RUR
Table 6-19. Production capacity and production indices of PITTs Geofizika
Table 6-20. Financial indices of PITTs Geophysics, 2008-2009, thous.RUR
Table 6-21. Production capacity and production indices of Universal service
Table 6-22. Financial indices of Universal-Servis, 2007-2010., thousands RUR
Table 6-23. NNGF’s production capacity and production indices
Table 6-24. Financial indices of Nizhnevartovskneftegeofizika, 2008-2011, thousands RUR
Table 6-25. Production capacity and production indices of Orenburgneftegeofizika
Table 6-26. Financial indices of Orenburgneftegeofizika, 2007-2010
Table 6-27. Production capacity and production indices of seismic studies department of Permneftegeofizika
Table 6-28. Financial indices of Permneftegeofizika, 2008-2011, thousands RUR.
Table 6-29. Production capacity and production indices of Samaraneftegeofizika (seismic studies)
Table 6-30. Financial indices of Samaraneftegeofizika, 2008-2011, thousands RUR
Table 6-31. Sibneftegeofizika operating regions and customer base in 2011
Table 6-32. Production capacity and production indices of Sibneftgeofizika
Table 6-33. Financial indices of Sibneftgeofizika, 2008-2010., thous.RUR
Table 6-34. Production capacity and production indices of Stavropolneftegeofizika in 2008-2011
Table 6-35. Financial indices of Stavropolneftegeofizika, 2007-2010, thousands RUR
Table 6-36. TNG-Group operating regions
Table 6-37. Production capacity of TNG-Group
Table 6-38. Production indices of TNG-Group
Table 6-39. Production capacity and production indices of TNG-Geoseis
Table 6-40. Financial indices of TNG-Geoseis, 2007-2010, thousands RUR
Table 6-41. Production capacity and production indices of TNG-AlGIS
Table 6-42. Financial indices of TNG-AlGIS, 2007-2010, thous RUR
Table 6-43. Production capacity and production indices of Yuganskneftegeofizika
Table 6-44. Production capacity and production indices of Yakutskgeofizika
Table 6-45. Financial indices of Yakutskgeofizika, 2008-2011, thous.RUR
Map 2-1. BK Eurasia operating regions.

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