GAZPROM TO DEVELOP KHARASAVESKOYE GAS AND CONDENSATE FIELD
Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, held in Bovanenkovo (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area) a meeting on the pre-development project for the Kharasaveyskoye gas and condensate field and the gas transmission system. It was noted that the Yamal Peninsula was of strategic importance to the Russian gas industry and the long-term reliability of gas supplies to consumers. In this region, the Company established and systematically develops a major new gas production center. The Yamal gas production center is on a path toward becoming the largest such center in Russia and replacing the dwindling reserves of the Nadym-Pur-Taz region.
Currently, two gas production facilities are successfully operating at the Bovanenkovskoye field, which forms the basis of the Yamal center. This year will see the launch of the third and final gas production facility, which will bring the field to its design production capacity of 115 billion cubic meters of gas per year.
To transmit gas extracted from Kharasaveyskoye, a connecting gas pipeline stretching some 100 kilometers to Bovanenkovskoye will be built. The gas will then be fed into Russia’s Unified Gas Supply System. The Company is already conducting design works to expand the capacities of the northern gas transmission corridor.
Particular attention at the meeting was paid to shipping logistics for the pre-development of Kharasaveyskoye. Over 1.5 million tons of equipment and materials will be delivered to the field during the construction period. In winter, it is planned to use for that purpose the Obskaya – Bovanenkovo railroad and a winter road between the Karskaya station and Kharasaveyskoye. In summer, shipments to the Kharasavey port station will be delivered by sea and river transport.
“The development of the Yamal gas production center is an ambitious strategic goal of national importance. The center is key and essential to the domestic gas industry in the 21st century. It offers a new frame of reference for gas flows in Russia and export markets. Bringing Bovanenkovskoye to its full capacity, exploring Kharasaveyskoye and later the other Yamal-based fields, and expanding the northern gas transmission corridor are all crucial activities for the Company,” said Alexey Miller. (Source and image: Gazprom/Gazprom facility in Bovanenkovo)
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