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The Federation of Russian States Oil & Gas Map

The Federation of Russian States Oil & Gas Activity and Concession Map


Price: 180.00 / €234.00 / $252.00

  • Product ID:SAK/2
  • Size Info:w1365mm x h880mm
  • Scale:1:10,100,000
  • Published Date:Nov-06
  • Availability:IN STOCK

The Federation of Russian States Oil & Gas Map covers every aspect of the oil and gas activity and concession of the exciting Barents Sea and Sakhalin Island region.

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As major developments continue a pace in both the Barents Sea and Sakhalin Island regions, this new map is for you if you have any interest in this region.

On and offshore data includes:

  • On and offshore data for the complete FSU region n Oil & Gas fields n Concession and licence blocks n Current block ownerships
  • Current, planned and proposed pipelines
  • Oil Refineries n Gas Processing Plants
  • LNG Plants n Marine Terminals
  • Export and supply n Major cities, ports, rivers and canals n Minimum and maximum expected ice flows for summer and winter.

Areas of special interest on the map include:

  • The Barents and Pechora Seas - Expectations for this region are huge. It is undoubtedly the most challenging. These regions have inspired new exploration and development, particularly with the two largest projects - Shtokmanovskoye gas field and Prirazlomnoye oil field. Within the next three years Russia is planning to commence licensing a possible 22 blocks in the Russian Arctic. There are already 6 blocks open to offer in the Pechora Sea.
  • Ob Bay and Yamal Peninsula - With successful exploration drilling having now taken place, this region is looking very positive for further development.
  • Northern Baltic Sea - With Primorsk being Russia's export gateway to the West, this is the Western limit to the map.
  • The Black Sea - A major export link to the West, with the recently opened Bluestream Pipeline.
  • Sakhalin Island and The Sea of Okhotsk - This new hydrocarbon province is estimated to hold over 14 billion barrels of oil and 2800 billion cubic metres of gas. All six offshore areas designated for development are shown, including field locations with platform location, new pipeline routes and Oil, Gas and LNG export terminals. This region forms the furthest Eastern limit of the map.
  • West Siberia - The majority of Russian oil reserves lie in this region, with an estimated 450 named fields, of which 123 are developed. With the approval for the start up of the North Vadelyp oilfield in the region, expected to reach a peak output of 18,000 barrels a day, from an expected reserve of over 104 million barrels, interest in this region is high.
  • The Northern Caspian Sea - Particular focus has been given to the West Coast Caspian Sea, with new potential for the large Tsentralnoye oilfield. Several large discoveries have been made offshore Russia in the Caspian Sea which are shown on the map.

The 2007 Federation of Russian States Oil & Gas Activity and Concession Map is available to order. Prices for rolled maps are 200 including postage and packing. Folded maps are available at reduced prices and laminated versions are available on request for an additional 100 contact sales@crsl.com for more details.

GIS Database Alternative: Clarksons Research can provide the GIS database behind this Oil and Gas activity map. Please indicate (i) the format that you require (ii) the number of users of the data and (iii) the frequency of update. Please contact sales@crsl.com with your requirements and they will co-ordinate with our research services team.

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