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  • Rosneft and ExxonMobil Exploration Drilling in the Kara Sea 2014 – PDF / 1.7 MB

The world’s biggest oil platform has begun commercial production at the Sakhalin-1 offshore project in Russia’s Far East. The Berkut oil rig is expected to extract 4.5 million tons of oil annually.

The Sakhalin-1 Consortium was formed in 1996 is the first major shelf project in Russia created under terms of a Product Sharing Agreement (PSA). The international consortium is made up of the US major ExxonMobil (30 percent), Japan’s Sodeco (30 percent), Russia’s Rosneft (20 percent) and India’s ONGC Videsh (20 percent).

The total cost of the project is estimated to be $10-12 billion, making it the largest direct foreign investment in Russia.

  • Rosneft and ExxonMobil Exploration Drilling in the Kara Sea 2014 – PDF / 1.7 MB

The world’s biggest oil platform has begun commercial production at the Sakhalin-1 offshore project in Russia’s Far East. The Berkut oil rig is expected to extract 4.5 million tons of oil annually.

The Sakhalin-1 Consortium was formed in 1996 is the first major shelf project in Russia created under terms of a Product Sharing Agreement (PSA). The international consortium is made up of the US major ExxonMobil (30 percent), Japan’s Sodeco (30 percent), Russia’s Rosneft (20 percent) and India’s ONGC Videsh (20 percent).

The total cost of the project is estimated to be $10-12 billion, making it the largest direct foreign investment in Russia.

Offshore projects are a strategic line of Rosneft’s business activity. Rosneft is a pioneer in the development of the Russian shelf. Most of the fields of the Sakhalin shelf have been discovered  with the participation of the Company's specialists. The deposits of the world-famous Russian offshore projects "Sakhalin-1" and "Sakhalin-2", as well as the Kirinskoye field, were in course of geological prospecting works of 1975-1993. In 1998, Rosneft specialists drilled Russia’s first horizontal well with an extended reach from the Sakhalin shore, in the Odoptu-Sea, the North Dome, therefore starting the oil production at the continental shelf.

Today, the Company is the largest subsoil user on the Russian shelf: as of January 1, 2017, owns 55 licenses for the water areas of the Arctic, Far Eastern and Southern seas of Russia. The hydrocarbon resources in these areas are estimated at 41.5 billion tons of oil equivalent. The Company also implements the offshore project in the Black Sea, off the coast of the Republic of Abkhazia; explores and produces hydrocarbons on the Vietnam shelf; participates in projects on the shelves of Norway, Mozambique and Venezuela.

As of 01/01/2017, the Company conducts geological exploration of subsoil resources in 45 license blocks located on the Russian shelf and inland seas of Russia. 10 licenses were issued for the exploration and production of oil and gas, including the production of hydrocarbons at 7 sites. License obligations have been delivered in full.

VOSTOCHNY PORT, Primorye Region — The bottom half of what will be Russia’s biggest ice-resistant drilling platform looked like a gigantic upside-down table.

The 52,000 cubic meters of concrete and 27,000 tons of steel mark the beginning of the third phase of the Sakhalin-1 project operated by ExxonMobil, which anticipates peak annual oil production of 4.5 million tons by 2017.

For the U.S. oil major, the enormous Berkut platform is also a potential template for its lucrative exploration agreement signed last year with state-owned Rosneft to tap about 36 billion barrels of crude in Russia’s Arctic waters.

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  • Rosneft and ExxonMobil Exploration Drilling in the Kara Sea 2014 – PDF / 1.7 MB

The world’s biggest oil platform has begun commercial production at the Sakhalin-1 offshore project in Russia’s Far East. The Berkut oil rig is expected to extract 4.5 million tons of oil annually.

The Sakhalin-1 Consortium was formed in 1996 is the first major shelf project in Russia created under terms of a Product Sharing Agreement (PSA). The international consortium is made up of the US major ExxonMobil (30 percent), Japan’s Sodeco (30 percent), Russia’s Rosneft (20 percent) and India’s ONGC Videsh (20 percent).

The total cost of the project is estimated to be $10-12 billion, making it the largest direct foreign investment in Russia.

Offshore projects are a strategic line of Rosneft’s business activity. Rosneft is a pioneer in the development of the Russian shelf. Most of the fields of the Sakhalin shelf have been discovered  with the participation of the Company's specialists. The deposits of the world-famous Russian offshore projects "Sakhalin-1" and "Sakhalin-2", as well as the Kirinskoye field, were in course of geological prospecting works of 1975-1993. In 1998, Rosneft specialists drilled Russia’s first horizontal well with an extended reach from the Sakhalin shore, in the Odoptu-Sea, the North Dome, therefore starting the oil production at the continental shelf.

Today, the Company is the largest subsoil user on the Russian shelf: as of January 1, 2017, owns 55 licenses for the water areas of the Arctic, Far Eastern and Southern seas of Russia. The hydrocarbon resources in these areas are estimated at 41.5 billion tons of oil equivalent. The Company also implements the offshore project in the Black Sea, off the coast of the Republic of Abkhazia; explores and produces hydrocarbons on the Vietnam shelf; participates in projects on the shelves of Norway, Mozambique and Venezuela.

As of 01/01/2017, the Company conducts geological exploration of subsoil resources in 45 license blocks located on the Russian shelf and inland seas of Russia. 10 licenses were issued for the exploration and production of oil and gas, including the production of hydrocarbons at 7 sites. License obligations have been delivered in full.

VOSTOCHNY PORT, Primorye Region — The bottom half of what will be Russia’s biggest ice-resistant drilling platform looked like a gigantic upside-down table.

The 52,000 cubic meters of concrete and 27,000 tons of steel mark the beginning of the third phase of the Sakhalin-1 project operated by ExxonMobil, which anticipates peak annual oil production of 4.5 million tons by 2017.

For the U.S. oil major, the enormous Berkut platform is also a potential template for its lucrative exploration agreement signed last year with state-owned Rosneft to tap about 36 billion barrels of crude in Russia’s Arctic waters.

  • Rosneft and ExxonMobil Exploration Drilling in the Kara Sea 2014 – PDF / 1.7 MB

The world’s biggest oil platform has begun commercial production at the Sakhalin-1 offshore project in Russia’s Far East. The Berkut oil rig is expected to extract 4.5 million tons of oil annually.

The Sakhalin-1 Consortium was formed in 1996 is the first major shelf project in Russia created under terms of a Product Sharing Agreement (PSA). The international consortium is made up of the US major ExxonMobil (30 percent), Japan’s Sodeco (30 percent), Russia’s Rosneft (20 percent) and India’s ONGC Videsh (20 percent).

The total cost of the project is estimated to be $10-12 billion, making it the largest direct foreign investment in Russia.

Offshore projects are a strategic line of Rosneft’s business activity. Rosneft is a pioneer in the development of the Russian shelf. Most of the fields of the Sakhalin shelf have been discovered  with the participation of the Company's specialists. The deposits of the world-famous Russian offshore projects "Sakhalin-1" and "Sakhalin-2", as well as the Kirinskoye field, were in course of geological prospecting works of 1975-1993. In 1998, Rosneft specialists drilled Russia’s first horizontal well with an extended reach from the Sakhalin shore, in the Odoptu-Sea, the North Dome, therefore starting the oil production at the continental shelf.

Today, the Company is the largest subsoil user on the Russian shelf: as of January 1, 2017, owns 55 licenses for the water areas of the Arctic, Far Eastern and Southern seas of Russia. The hydrocarbon resources in these areas are estimated at 41.5 billion tons of oil equivalent. The Company also implements the offshore project in the Black Sea, off the coast of the Republic of Abkhazia; explores and produces hydrocarbons on the Vietnam shelf; participates in projects on the shelves of Norway, Mozambique and Venezuela.

As of 01/01/2017, the Company conducts geological exploration of subsoil resources in 45 license blocks located on the Russian shelf and inland seas of Russia. 10 licenses were issued for the exploration and production of oil and gas, including the production of hydrocarbons at 7 sites. License obligations have been delivered in full.

VOSTOCHNY PORT, Primorye Region — The bottom half of what will be Russia’s biggest ice-resistant drilling platform looked like a gigantic upside-down table.

The 52,000 cubic meters of concrete and 27,000 tons of steel mark the beginning of the third phase of the Sakhalin-1 project operated by ExxonMobil, which anticipates peak annual oil production of 4.5 million tons by 2017.

For the U.S. oil major, the enormous Berkut platform is also a potential template for its lucrative exploration agreement signed last year with state-owned Rosneft to tap about 36 billion barrels of crude in Russia’s Arctic waters.

We use them to give you the best experience. If you continue using our website, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on this website.

The Sakhalin-1 Consortium was formed in 1996 is the first major shelf project in Russia created under terms of a Product Sharing Agreement (PSA). The international consortium is made up of the US major ExxonMobil (30 percent), Japan's Sodeco (30 percent), Russia’s Rosneft (20 percent) and India's ONGC Videsh (20 percent).

The total cost of the project is estimated to be $10-12 billion, making it the largest direct foreign investment in Russia.

The Berkut platform is expected to produce 12,000 tons of oil daily or about 4.5 million tons annually, raising the total output of the Sakhalin-1 Consortium to 27,000 tons a day.

  • Rosneft and ExxonMobil Exploration Drilling in the Kara Sea 2014 – PDF / 1.7 MB

The world’s biggest oil platform has begun commercial production at the Sakhalin-1 offshore project in Russia’s Far East. The Berkut oil rig is expected to extract 4.5 million tons of oil annually.

The Sakhalin-1 Consortium was formed in 1996 is the first major shelf project in Russia created under terms of a Product Sharing Agreement (PSA). The international consortium is made up of the US major ExxonMobil (30 percent), Japan’s Sodeco (30 percent), Russia’s Rosneft (20 percent) and India’s ONGC Videsh (20 percent).

The total cost of the project is estimated to be $10-12 billion, making it the largest direct foreign investment in Russia.

Offshore projects are a strategic line of Rosneft’s business activity. Rosneft is a pioneer in the development of the Russian shelf. Most of the fields of the Sakhalin shelf have been discovered  with the participation of the Company's specialists. The deposits of the world-famous Russian offshore projects "Sakhalin-1" and "Sakhalin-2", as well as the Kirinskoye field, were in course of geological prospecting works of 1975-1993. In 1998, Rosneft specialists drilled Russia’s first horizontal well with an extended reach from the Sakhalin shore, in the Odoptu-Sea, the North Dome, therefore starting the oil production at the continental shelf.

Today, the Company is the largest subsoil user on the Russian shelf: as of January 1, 2017, owns 55 licenses for the water areas of the Arctic, Far Eastern and Southern seas of Russia. The hydrocarbon resources in these areas are estimated at 41.5 billion tons of oil equivalent. The Company also implements the offshore project in the Black Sea, off the coast of the Republic of Abkhazia; explores and produces hydrocarbons on the Vietnam shelf; participates in projects on the shelves of Norway, Mozambique and Venezuela.

As of 01/01/2017, the Company conducts geological exploration of subsoil resources in 45 license blocks located on the Russian shelf and inland seas of Russia. 10 licenses were issued for the exploration and production of oil and gas, including the production of hydrocarbons at 7 sites. License obligations have been delivered in full.

  • Rosneft and ExxonMobil Exploration Drilling in the Kara Sea 2014 – PDF / 1.7 MB



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