GAZPROM NEFT DISCOVERS NEW FIELD IN ORENBURG OBLAST

February 15, 2018

Gazprom Neft subsidiary Gazpromneft-Orenburg has discovered a new hydrocarbon field in the Novo-Sergievsky and Sorochinsky districts of the Orenburg Oblast. Reserves-in-place at the Novozarinskoe field, located in the Uransky licence block, are in excess of 11 million tons of oil.
This would appear to confirm company specialistsā€™ predictions of the Uransky block containing several small fields. The Novosamarskoye field was discovered here in 2016, with reserves-in-place estimated at more than eight million tonnes. Gazpromneft-Orenburg plans to drill a further three exploration and appraisal wells at the Uransky licence block in 2018.
Gazpromneft-Orenburg ā€” a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft ā€” operates throughout the Orenburgsky, Novo-Sergievsky and Perevolotsky districts, the city of Orenburg and the Sorochinsky municipal district.Hydrocarbon production is ongoing at six fields: the Orenburgskoye oil and gas condensate field (Eastern bloc), and the Kapitonovskoye, Valeikinskoye, Tsarichanskoye+Filatovskoye, Zemlyanskoye and Novosamarskoye fields
Orenburg oblast (Orenburgskaya) is a federal region of Russia located at about 1,500 kilometers southeast of Moscow on the border of Europe and Asia, in the middle reaches of the Ural River. Orenburg is the capital city of the region.
Gazprom Neft headquartered in St. Petersburg, is the fourth largest oil producer in Russia and ranked third according to refining throughput. It is a subsidiary of Gazprom, which owns about 96% of its shares. (Source and image: Gazprom Neft/Gazprom Neft rig site in Orenburg region)