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Перспективы добычи углеводородов на континентальном шельфе Российской Федерации
Перспективы добычи углеводородов на континентальном шельфе Российской Федерации
Дата выхода: Декабрь 2003
Язык: английский
Объем: 210 страниц
Формат: книга и компакт-диск
Доставка: экспресс-почта (2-4 дня)
Цена: € 600
Исследование «Перспективы добычи углеводородов на континентальном шельфе Российской Федерации» представляет собой детальный анализ основных аспектов развития российского нефтегазового шельфа.  Рассматриваемые темы включают такие вопросы как ресурсная база, потенциальные рынки сбыта, основные планируемые и реализуемые проекты, бурение на шельфе, климатические и геологические условия.

Исследование является незаменимым источником информации для:
  • нефтегазовых компаний, рассматривающих возможности выхода на рынок Казахстана или усиления своих позиций на этом рынке
  • нефтепромысловых сервисных компаний
  • производителей и поставщиков оборудования
  • инвестиционных и финансовых институтов
  • строительных и инжиниринговых компаний
  • трейдеров
  • государственных и международных энергетических организаций
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
Overview
1.1 Geography, natural and climatic conditions
Sea of Okhotsk
Sea of Japan
Bering Sea
Sea of Chukotka
East Siberian Sea
Laptev Sea
Kara Sea
Barents Sea
Baltic Sea
Black Sea
Sea of Azov
Caspian Sea
1.2 Legislative regulation of shelf subsoil usage

2. HYDROCARBON RESOURCE BASE
Overview
2.1 Geological zoning and the status of data available on the shelf
Sea of Okhotsk
Sea of Japan
Bering Sea
Sea of Chukotka
Eastern Siberian Sea
Laptev Sea
Kara Sea
Barents Sea
Baltic Sea
Black Sea
Sea of Azov
Caspian Sea
2.2 Hydrocarbon reserves and resources
Sea of Okhotsk
Sea of Japan
Bering Sea
Sea of Chukotka
Eastern Siberian Sea
Laptev Sea
Kara Sea
Barents Sea
Baltic Sea
Black Sea
Sea of Azov
Caspian Sea

3. CURRENT E&P PROJECTS
Overview
3.1 Sea of Okhotsk
Odoptu-more field (Northern Dome)
Sakhalin-1
Sakhalin-2
3.2 Barents Sea
Prirazlomnoye field
3.3 Baltic Sea
Kravtsovskoye field (D-6)

4. PROMISING E&P PROJECTS
Overview
4.1 Sea of Okhotsk
Sakhalin-3
Sakhalin-4
Sakhalin-5
Sakhalin-6
Sakhalin-7
Magadan-1, -2, -3, -4
West-Kamchatsky Block
Khabarovsk-1, -3
4.2 Sea of Japan
Sakhalin-8, -9
Khabarovsk-2, -4
4.3 Bering Sea
Anadyr-1
Anadyr-2, -3
4.4 Kara Sea
Western shelf of the Yamal Peninsula
Ob-Taz Bay
4.5 Barents Sea
Shtokman field
Barents-1
Barents-2
Barents-3
Barents-4, -5
4.6 Black Sea
Tuapse trough
Shatsky barrier
4.7 Sea of Azov
Temryuksko-Akhtarsky Block
4.8 Caspian Sea
Northern Block
Tsentralny Block
Yalamo-Samursky Block
North-Caspian Block
Kurmangazy structure
Inchkhe-more field
Derbentsky and Dimitrovsky Blocks
Izberbashsky and Sulaksky Blocks
Shelf of the Kalmykia Republic

5. RUSSIAN MARKET FOR OFFSHORE DRILLING RIGS AND PRODUCTION PLATFORMS
Historic overview
Producers
Drilling units and production platforms
5.1 Current status of offshore drilling rigs and production platforms
Drilling rigs
Production platforms
5.2 Demand for drilling rigs and production platforms
Drilling rigs
Production platforms
5.3 Russian producers of offshore drilling units and production platforms
AKO BARSS Group
Concern for Small and Medium-size Vessels Shipbuilding
Nuclear Shipbuilding Center
OMZ Group (United Heavy Machinery)
RR-Offshore, Soros Group Member

APPENDIX 1
Status and limits of internal sea waters, the territorial sea, the exclusive economic zone and the continental Shelf of the Russian Federation

APPENDIX 2
Excerpts from Russian legislation: key provisions governing subsoil usage issues on the shelf

APPENDIX 3
List of oil and gas licenses for subsoil usage within Russian seas, as of mid-2003

APPENDIX 4
Comparative classification of hydrocarbon reserves and resources

APPENDIX 5
Main technical specifications of Russia’s offshore drilling fleet
Figure 1.1: Area of Russian seas, as of January 1, 2003
Figure 1.2: Shallow water areas of Russian seas
Figure 2.1: Geological data available on Russian marine territory as of January 1, 2002
Figure 2.2: Features of the Okhotsk Sea shelf fields
Figure 2.3: Features of the Barents Sea shelf fields
Figure 2.4: Recoverable initial combined hydrocarbon resources in the subsoil of Russian marine territories as of the beginning of 2002
Figure 2.5: Distribution of initial combined resources at various depths in the Sea of Okhotsk
Figure 2.6: Recoverable reserves at shelf fields in the Sea of Okhotsk as of beginning of 2002
Figure 2.7: Quantitative forecast for Okhotsk shelf fields with recoverable reserves of over 10 million tons of oil equivalent
Figure 2.8: Distribution of initial combined resources at various depths in the Bering Sea (Russian sector)
Figure 2.9: Distribution of initial combined resources at various depths in the Sea of Chukotka (Russian sector)
Figure 2.10: Distribution of initial combined resources at various depths in the Eastern Siberian Sea
Figure 2.11: Distribution of initial combined resources at various subsoil and sea depths of the Laptev Sea
Figure 2.12: Distribution of initial combined resources at various subsoil and sea depths of the Kara Sea
Figure 2.13: Recoverable reserves at the main fields of the Kara Sea shelf as of the beginning of January 2002
Figure 2.14: Distribution of initial combined resources at various subsoil and sea depths of the Barents Sea (Russian sector)
Figure 2.15: Recoverable reserves at the main fields of the Barents Sea (Russian sector)
Figure 2.16: Distribution of initial combined resources at various subsoil and sea depths in the Black Sea (Russian sector)
Figure 2.17: Distribution of initial combined resources at various subsoil and sea depths in the Caspian Sea (Russian sector)
Figure 2.18: Recoverable reserves of the main fields of the Caspian Sea shelf (Russian sector)
Figure 3.1: Oil production on the Russian shelf, thousand tons
Figure 3.2: Capital expenses for current shelf projects in Russia
Figure 3.3: Oil production on Sakhalin shelf (Sea of Okhotsk)
Figure 4.1: Oil and gas shelf production forecast in Russia, 2010-2020
Figure 4.2: Crude oil and gas production forecast for the shelf of the Sea of Okhotsk, 2010-2020
Figure 4.3: Characteristics of the most profitable resources of Sakhalin-3, -4, -5, -6 Projects
Figure 4.4: Principal geological and economic parameters of the most profitable oil and gas bearing structures of Sakhalin-3 Project
Figure 4.5: Principal geological and economic parameters of the most profitable oil and gas bearing structures of Sakhalin-4 Project (Sea of Okhotsk)
Figure 4.6: Principal geological and economic parameters of the most profitable oil and gas bearing structures of Sakhalin-5 Project (Sea of Okhotsk)
Figure 4.7: Principal geological and economic parameters of the most profitable oil and gas bearing structures of Sakhalin-6 Project (Sea of Okhotsk)
Figure 4.8: Crude oil and gas production forecast for the shelf of the Kara Sea, 2010-2020
Figure 4.9: Oil and gas production forecast for the Barents Sea shelf, 2010-2020
Figure 4.10: Oil and gas production forecast on the Caspian Sea shelf (Russian sector), 2010-2020
Figure 5.1: Major offshore drilling units and production platforms construction and modernization projects in Russia
Figure 5.2: The Soviet drilling fleet remaining in FSU countries (excluding Russia)
Figure 5.3: Russian offshore drilling and production fleet, as of mid-2003
Figure 5.4: Russian offshore production platform concepts
Figure 5.5: An assessment of demand for production platforms needed for prospective offshore projects in Russia through 2020
Figure A.3: List of oil and gas licenses for subsoil usage within Russian seas, as of mid-2003
Figure A.4: Comparative classification of hydrocarbon reserves/resources
Map 1.1 Seas adjacent to the Russian Federation
Map 2.1 Main oil and gas provinces and basins of the Russian shelf
Map 2.2 Main fields and prospective structures of the Sakhalin shelf (Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan)
Map 2.3 Main fields and prospective structures of the Kara Sea shelf
Map 2.4 Main fields and prospective structures of the Barents Sea shelf (Russian sector)
Map 2.5 Main fields and prospective structures of the Baltic Sea shelf (Russian sector)
Map 2.6 Main fields and prospective structures of the Caspian Sea shelf (Russian sector)
Map 3.1 Odoptu-more field (Northern Dome), Sakhalin-1, -2 Projects (Sea of Okhotsk)
Map 3.2 Field development sites under Sakhalin-1 (Phase 1) Project (Sea of Okhotsk)
Map 3.3 Transportation infrastructure of Sakhalin-1 Project (Sea of Okhotsk)
Map 3.4 Field facilities and transportation infrastructure under the Sakhalin-2 Project (Sea of Okhotsk)
Map 3.5 Field facilities and transportation infrastructure for developing the Prirazlomnoye field (Barents Sea)
Map 3.6 Field facilities and transportation infrastructure for developing the Kravtsovskoye field (Baltic Sea)
Мар 4.1 Potential projects on the shelf of the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan
Map 4.2 Sakhalin-3, -4, -5 Projects (Sea of Okhotsk)
Map 4.3 Sakhalin-6, -7, -8, -9 Projects (Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan)
Map 4.4 Magadan-1, -2, -3, -4 Projects (Sea of Okhotsk)
Map 4.5 West-Kamchatksy block (Sea of Okhotsk)
Map 4.6 Anadyr-1, -2, -3 Projects (Bering Sea)
Map 4.7 Field infrastructure and the transportation scheme for developing the Shtokman field (Barents Sea)
Map 4.8 Barents-1, -2, -3, -4 & -5 Projects (Barents Sea)
Map 4.9 Prospective E&P projects on the Black Sea shelf
Map 4.10 Prospective E&P projects on the Caspian Sea shelf (Russian sector)

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