More oil found in Russia's Tyumen area in 2013

Mar 05, 2014 12:00 AM

The Urals federal area was the second in Russia by the number of hydrocarbon deposits discovered in 2013 - one oil and gas condensate deposit and seven oil deposits.
In 2014, the Urals area is expected to produce 523 mm tons of oil and condensate and 630 bn cubic metres of gas, Rosnedra has reported.

The Kirilkinskoye deposit in the south of Tyumen Region and the West-Yuilskoye, which is in the Yugra region, are among the largest local deposits.
Recoverable reserves are estimated at 5 mm tons and 4.8 mm tons respectively.
The largest among the local gas deposits is the Dorogovskoye, which was discovered by Novatek-Tarkosaleneftegaz. Its reserves are estimated at 16.5 bn cubic metres of gas.
The largest gas deposits are located in the Yamal-Nenets autonomous district. These include the deposits Salmanovskoye, North-Khancheyskoye, West-Tambeyskoye, Khadyryakhinskoye and Pestsovoye.

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