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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: November 2008
Language: English, Russian
Quanity: 231 pages
Format: book and CD
Delivery: express shipping (2-4 days)
Price: € 3.570
Offshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2020 provides detailed analysis of all current and projected offshore projects and presents an outlook for their development to 2020.

Geographical coverage is split into three volumes:
  • The Caspian Sea, Black and Azov Seas (1,600 euro)
  • The Baltic Sea and Russia’s Arctic Seas (from the Barents Sea to the Chukchi Sea) (1,200 euro)
  • Seas of the Russian Far East (1,400 euro)
Each volume could be ordered separately.

Key elements of the study:
  • overview of reserves and resources of offshore oil and gas fields
  • analysis of offshore upstream projects in Russia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine
  • outlook for oil and gas production by region and sector to 2020
  • outlook for exploration and production drilling (by number of wells and footage) by region and sector to 2020
  • assessment of demand for offshore drilling rigs and platforms by region and sector to 2020
  • key current and potential contractors and equipment suppliers for offshore oil and gas projects
Offshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2020 is a source of valuable information for:
  • oil and gas operators
  • construction and engineering companies
  • equipment suppliers and oilfield service providers
  • industry/trade associations
  • investment and financial institutions
Volume 1. The Caspian, Black and Azov Seas

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Conclusions of the Study

Chapter 3. General Information on Regions


3.1 Geographic, Natural and Weather Conditions in the Offshore Areas of the Caspian, Black and Azov Seas
3.1.1 Caspian Sea
3.1.2 Black Sea
3.1.3 Azov Sea
3.2 Problem of Offshore Sea Border Demarcation
3.2.1 Caspian Sea
3.2.2 Black Sea
3.2.3 Azov Sea
3.3 Legislative Control of Offshore Oil and Gas Production in Some 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

Chapter 4. Hydrocarbon Reserves and Resources in the Caspian, Black and Azov Seas


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 Georgian Sector
4.2.2 Russian Sector
4.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
4.3 Azov Sea
4.3.1 Russian Sector
4.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

Chapter 5. Principal Companies Implementing Exploration and Production Projects in the Caspian, Black and Azov Seas


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 Sector
5.2.2 Russian Sector
5.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
5.3 Azov Sea
5.3.1 Russian Sector
5.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

Chapter 6. Exploration and Production Projects in the Caspian, Black and Azov Seas


6.1 Caspian Sea
6.1.1 Azerbaijan’s Sector
6.1.2 Kazakhstan’ Sector
6.1.3 Russian Sector
6.1.4 Turkmenistan’s Sector
6.2 Black Sea
6.2.1 Georgian sector
6.2.2 Russian Sector
6.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
6.3 Azov Sea
6.3.1 Russian Sector
6.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

Chapter 7. Forecasted Exploration and Production Drilling in Certain Sectors of the Caspian, Black and Azov Seas through 2020


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
7.2 Black Sea
7.2.1 Georgian Sector
7.2.2 Russian Sector
7.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
7.3 Azov Sea
7.3.1 Russian Sector
7.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

Chapter 8. Forecasted Hydrocarbon Production in the Caspian, Black and Azov Seas through 2020


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 Georgian Sector
8.2.2 Russian Sector
8.2.3 Ukrainian Sector
8.3 Azov
8.3.1 Russian Sector
8.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

Chapter 9. Estimated Requirements for Offshore Drilling Rigs and Platforms in the Caspian, Black and Azov Seas


9.1 Caspian Sea
9.2 Black and Azov Seas

Appendix 1. List of Enterprises, which May Supply Drilling Hardware and Platforms for Field Development in the Caspian, Black and Azov Seas


10.1 Azerbaijan
10.1.1 Baku Deepwater Jackets Factory
10.1.2 McDermott Caspian Contractors (MCCI)
10.2 Iran
10.2.1 Sadra
10.3 Russia
10.3.1 AKO BARSS Group
10.3.2 Astrakhan Shipbuilding Production Association (ASPA)
10.3.3 OAO Vyborg Shipyard
10.3.4 OAO Gorodets Shipyard
10.3.5 FGUP Shiprepairing Center “Zvyozdochka”
10.3.6 MNP Group
10.3.7 OAO Nizhny Novgorod Motorship Factory
10.3.8 OAO Okskaya Sudoverf (Shipyard “Oka”)
10.3.9 OAO PO “Sevmash”
10.4 Ukraine
10.4.1 OAO Kherson Shipyard
10.4.2 OAO Black Sea Shipyard (Mykolaiv Shipyard)
10.5 Turkmenistan
10.5.1 Petronas Charigali

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

Volume 2. The Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic Seas

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Key Conclusions of the Study

Chapter 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

Chapter 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)

Chapter 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

Chapter 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 SINTEZ Group
6.2.2 Projects of OAO Severneftegaz
6.2.3 Prirazlomnoye Field
6.2.4 Shtokmanovskoye Field
6.2.5 Barents-1
6.2.6 Barents-2
6.2.7 Barents-3
6.2.8 Barents-4
6.2.9 Barents-5
6.2.10 Barents-6
6.2.11 Barents-7
6.3 Kara Sea
6.4 The Ob and Taz Bay

Chapter 7. Forecasted 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
7.4 The Ob and Taz Bay

Chapter 8. Forecasted 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

Chapter 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, the Ob and Taz Bay

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

Appendix 2. The Program of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation for geological Surveillance and Licensing of Russia’s Continental Shelf Subsoil through 2020 (extracts)

Volume 3. Seas of the Russian Far East

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Key Conclusions of the Study


Chapter 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

Chapter 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

Chapter 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

Chapter 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
6.3 Sea of Japan
6.3.1 Sakhalin-8,9
6.3.2 Khabarovsk-2, and -4

Chapter 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

Chapter 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

Chapter 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 USA Classifications for Oil and Gas Reserves
Volume 1. The Caspian, Black and Azov Seas

Figure 2-1 Shares by sectors of total exploration drilling in the Caspian Sea (scenario 1), wells
Figure 2-2 Shares by sector of total production drilling in the Caspian Sea (scenario 1), wells
Figure 2-3 Shares by sectors of total exploration drilling in the Black Sea (scenario 1), wells, percent
Figure 6-1 Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli project participants
Figure 6-2 Shakh-Deniz project participants
Figure 6-4 Oil production forecast for Kashagan from 2008 to 2020, million tons p.a
Figure 6-5 Forecasted oil production in the Northern block from 2008 to 2020, million tons p.a.
Figure 6-6 Forecasted gas production in the Northern block from 2008 to 2020, bcm p.a.
Figure 6-7 Forecasted oil production in Cheleken from 2008 to 2020, million tons p.a.
Figure 6-8 Forecasted gas production in Cheleken from 2008 to 2020, bcm p.a.
Figure 6-9 Forecasted gas production in Block-1 from 2008 to 2020, bcm p.a.
Figure 6-10 Forecasted oil production in Block-1 from 2008 to 2020, million tons p.a.
Figure 7-1 Araz-Alov-Sharg project participants
Figure 8-1 Forecasted oil production in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2007 through 2020, million tons p.a.
Figure 8-2 Forecasted gas production in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2007 through 2020, bcm p.a.
Figure 8-3 Forecasted oil production in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-4 Forecasted oil in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-5 Forecasted oil production in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-6 Forecasted gas production in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1), bcm p.a.
Figure 8-7 Forecasted oil production in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-8 Forecasted gas production in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), bcm p.a.
Figure 8-9 Forecasted oil production in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020, (scenario 1), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-10 Forecasted gas production in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020, (scenario 1), bcm p.a.
Figure 8-11 Forecasted oil production in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-12 Forecasted gas production in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), bcm
Figure 8-13 Forecasted gas production in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2008-2020, bcm p.a
Figure 8-14 Forecasted oil and condensate production in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 to 2020, million tons p.a.
Figure 8-15 Forecasted oil production in the Russian sector of the Azov Sea from 2008 to 2020, million tons p.a.

Volume 2. The Baltic and Russian Arctic Seas


Figure 6-1 Kravtsovskoye field and its transportation infrastructure
Figure 6-2 Annual and cumulative oil production in the Kravtsovskoye field in 2004-2007, thousand tons per year
Figure 6-3 Number of production wells, number of producing wells and the total well stock in the Kravtsovskoye field from 2004 to 2007, well units
Figure 6-4 Medium production rate (t/d) and water cutting of well production (percent) in the Kravtsovskoye field from 2004 to 2007
Figure 6-6 Projected volume of oil production in the Prirazlomnoye field from 2008 through 2020, million tons per year
Figure 6-8 Distribution of shares in the project on the Shtokmanovskoye field development, percent
Figure 6-9 Projected volume of natural gas production in the Shtokmanovskoye field from 2008 to 2020, bcm per year
Figure 6-10 Design of an underwater drillship proposed by the Rubin Central Design Office
Figure 6-11 Volume of natural gas production in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 through 2020, bcm p.a.
Figure 8-1 Volume of oil production in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2008 through 2020, thousand tons p.a.
Figure 8-2 Volume of oil production in the offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-3 Volume of natural gas production in offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1), bcm p.a.
Figure 8-4 Volume oil production in the offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-5 Volume of natural gas production in offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2), bcm p.a.
Figure 8-6 Volume of natural gas production in the areas of the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1), bcm p.a
Figure 8-7 Volume of natural gas production in the areas of the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2), bcm p.a.
Figure 9-1 Platform design for the Prirazlomnoye field

Volume 3. 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 1)
Figure 6-4 Shares of the Sakhalin-1 participants
Figure 6-5 Yastreb drilling rig
Figure 6-6 Orlan offshore platform
Figure 6-7 Chayvo onshore processing facility
Figure 6-8 Single-buoy mooring in De-Kastri
Figure 6-9 Shares of the Sakhalin-2 participants
Figure 6-10 Oil production within Sakhalin-2 in 1999 to 2007, million tons p.a.
Figure 6-11 Molikpaq platform
Figure 8-1 Forecasted Oil Production in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2008 to 2020 (Scenario 1), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-2 Forecasted Gas Production in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2008 to 2020 (Scenario 1), bcm p.a.
Figure 8-3 Forecasted Oil Production in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2008 to 2020 (Scenario 2), million tons p.a.
Figure 8-4 Forecasted Gas Production in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2008 to 2020 (Scenario 2), bcm p.a.
Volume 1. The Caspian, Black and Azov Seas

Table 2-1 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea (excluding Iran) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 2-2 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea (excluding Iran) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 2-3 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Caspian Sea (excluding Iran) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 3)
Table 2-4 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Black Sea (Russia, Ukraine and Georgia) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 2-5 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Black Sea (Russia, Ukraine and Georgia) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 2-6 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Azov Sea (Russia and Ukraine) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 2-7 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Azov Sea (Russia and Ukraine) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 4-1 Correction of official and expert estimates of Caspian hydrocarbon resources from 1988 to 2001, billion toe
Table 4-2 Estimates of prospective oil and gas resources of the Temryuk-Akhtar project
Table 7-1 Forecasted number of wells drilled in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1), wells
Table 7-2 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-3 Forecasted number of wells drilled in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 3)
Table 7-4 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in Azerbaijan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 3)
Table 7-5 Forecasted number of wells drilled in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1), wells
Table 7-6 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-7 Forecasted number of wells drilled in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), wells
Table 7-8 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in Kazakhstan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7-9 Forecasted number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1), wells
Table 7-10 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-11 Forecasted number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), wells
Table 7-12 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7-13 Forecasted number of wells drilled in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1) , wells
Table 7-14 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-15 Forecasted number of wells drilled in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), wells
Table 7-16 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7-17 Forecasted number of wells drilled in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 3), wells
Table 7-18 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in Turkmenistan’s sector of the Caspian Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 3)
Table 7-19 Forecasted exploration and production drilling volume in the Caspian Sea (excluding Iran) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-20 Forecasted exploration and production drilling volume in the Caspian Sea (excluding Iran) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7-21 Forecasted exploration and production drilling volume in the Caspian Sea (excluding Iran) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 3)
Table 7-22 Forecasted exploration drilling volume in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 through 2012 (scenario 1), wells
Table 7-23 Forecasted exploration drilling volume in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2), wells
Table 7-24 Forecasted number of wells drilled in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 through 2020, wells
Table 7-25 Forecasted production and exploration drilling volumes in the Ukrainian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 through 2020
Table 7-26 Forecasted exploration and production drilling volumes in the Black Sea (Russian, Ukrainian and Georgian sectors) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-27 Forecasted exploration and production drilling volumes in the Black Sea (Russian, Ukrainian and Georgian sectors) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7-28 Forecasted number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1), wells
Table 7-29 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-30 Forecasted number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2), wells
Table 7-31 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7-32 Forecasted exploration and production drilling volumes in the Azov Sea (Russian and Ukrainian sectors) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-33 Forecasted exploration and production drilling volumes in the Azov Sea (Russian and Ukrainian sectors) from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 9-1 List of offshore platforms situated in the Caspian Sea and their technical characteristics
Table 9-2 List of main offshore platforms situated in the Black and Azov seas and their technical characteristics
Table 11-1 Russian and USA classification of oil and gas reserves

Volume 2. The Baltic and Russian Arctic Seas

Table 2-1 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Barents, Pechora, Kara seas, the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 2-2 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Barents, Pechora, Kara seas, the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 to 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 Ob fields
Table 7-1 Forecasted number of wells to be drilled in the offshore areas of the Barents and Pechora seas from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-2 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Barents and Pechora Seas from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-3 Forecasted number of wells in the Barents and Pechora Seas from 2008 through 2020, units (scenario 2)
Table 7-4 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Barents and Pechora Seas from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7-5 Forecasted number of wells in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-6 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 7-7 Forecasted number of wells in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 7-8 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2008 through 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 9-1 Forecasted requirements by Rosneft for equipment to develop the Arctic offshore area until 2030
Table 10-1 Russian and USA classification of oil and gas reserves
Table 11-1 Expert estimation by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the amount of subsoil users’ investment in implementing the Program for Geological Surveillance and Licensing of Russia’s Continental Shelf Subsoil through 2020, $ billion
Table 11-2 Expected revenue for the state from oil and gas company activity in the offshore areas (estimated by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation), $ billion

Volume 3. Seas of the Russian Far East

Table 2-1 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan in 2008 to 2020 (scenario 1)
Table 2-2 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan in 2008 to 2020 (scenario 2)
Table 5-1 Gazprom’s proposals regarding fields and subsoil plots targeted for development (excerpts)
Table 5-2 Rosneft’s proposals regarding fields and subsoil plots targeted for development (excerpts)
Table 6-1 Reserves in Sakhalin-1 (for the OAO Rosneft’s 20 percent share as of December 31, 2007, according to SPE, DeGolyer & MacNaughton)
Table 6-2 Operating data for Sakhalin-1 from 2005 to 2007
Table 6-3 Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-1 from 2005 to 2007 (Rosneft’s share indicated in brackets)
Table 6-4 Key contractors and scope of work within Phase 1 of Sakhalin-1
Table 6-5 Reserves of Sakhalin-2 as of January 1, 2008
Table 6-6 Properties of Vityaz crude oil
Table 6-7 Exploration works at Veninsky block, Sakhalin-3
Table 6-8 Exploration data for Zapadno-Schmidtovsky license block, Sakhalin-4
Table 6-9 Exploration data for Vostochno-Schmidtovsky license block, Sakhalin-5
Table 6-10 Exploration data for Kaygansko-Vasyukansky license block, Sakhalin-5
Table 7-1 Forecasted number of wells in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2008 to 2020, units (Scenario 1)
Table 7-2 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2008 to 2020 (Scenario 1)
Table 7-3 Forecasted number of wells in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2008 to 2020, units (Scenario 2)
Table 7-4 Forecasted exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2008 to 2020 (Scenario 2)
Table 11-1 Russian and USA classification of oil and gas reserves
Volume 1. The Caspian, Black and Azov Seas

Map 6-2 Caspian hydrocarbons fields and licensed blocks
Map 6-11 Hydrocarbon oilfields and licensed blocks in the Black Sea (Russian, Ukrainian and Georgian sectors)
Map 6-12 Hydrocarbon fields and licensed blocks in the Azov Sea

Volume 2. The Baltic and Russian Arctic Seas


Map 3-1 Russian Offshore Areas
Map 4-1License blocks in the Barents Sea
Map 4-2 Fields in the Kara Sea
Map 4-3 Fields in the offshore areas of the Ob and Taz Bay
Map 6-5 Prirazlomnoye field and adjacent fields
Map 6-7 Shtokmanovskoye field

Volume 3. Seas of the Russian Far East


Map 3-1 Offshore areas of the Russian Federation
Map 6-1License blocks in the Bering Sea
Map 6-2 License Blocks in the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan
Map 6-3 Fields and Oil and Gas Bearing Structures on the Sakhalin Shelf

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