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Oilfield Services Market of Western Siberia 2009


Release date: January 2010
Language: English, Russian
Volume: 190 pages, more than 275 figures
Format: book and cd (print-out protected)
Delivery: express mail (2-4 days)
Price: 2,500 ą

 

Oilfield Services Market of Western Siberia 2009 examines current development trends in the oilfield services segment of Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District, Tomsk and Tyumen regions – oil provinces that together have a leading role in Russian oil production (over 60% of total), as well as in production drilling (over 70% of total).

††
Oilfield Services Market of Western Siberia 2009 offers analysis of key market segments:

  • on a regional basis
  • by operating companies

The unique feature of the report is comparison of operational indicators.

The report also presents a year-by-year comparison (2001-2008) of:

  • oil production
  • drilling (exploration and production)
  • well stock
  • well workover
  • hydraulic fracturing
  • bottom-hole treatment
  • artificial lift optimization†

as well as a quarterly comparison (Q1 and Q2 2009) of:

  • oil production
  • drilling
  • capital costs

Oilfield Services Market of Western Siberia 2009 is the second in a series of reports - Russian Oilfield Services Market 2009 - analyzing key factors that shaped the market in 2009 with detailed examination of particular market segments, regions and key players.

Other reports from the series are listed below:

 

Introduction

Chapter 1. Oil Production in Western Siberia

1.1 Production by vertically integrated companies (VIOCs) and independent operators

  • production dynamics

†††† - 2001-2008
†††††- H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
†††††- Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009

1.2 Capital costs by VIOCs: volumes per ton of produced oil

  • H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
  • Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009


1.3 Share of oil produced by means of new drilling and intensification methods by VIOCs and independent operators

  • 2001-2008
  • H1 2009 compared to H1 2008

1.4 Capital costs of production drilling by VIOCs, cost efficiency per drilling footage by VIOCs

  • H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
  • Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009


1.5 Production drilling and well stock by VIOCs and independent operators

  • drilling footage
    - 2001-2008
    - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
    - Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009
  • growth dynamics of new production wells
    - 2001-2008
    - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
  • production well stock: usage efficiency (% of active wells)
    - 2001-2008
    - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
  • estimated daily flow rates (by new wells and total well stock)
    - 2001-2008
    - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008

1.6 Capital costs of exploration drilling by VIOCs, cost efficiency per drilling footage by VIOCs

  • H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
  • Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009


1.7 Exploration drilling by VIOCs and independent operators

  • drilling footage
    - 2001-2008
    - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
    - Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009


1.8 Well workover by VIOCs and independent operators in 2001-2008

  • dynamics of operations
  • average cost of operation
  • number of crews and their performance (number of operations per crew per year)


1.9 Hydraulic fracturing by VIOCs and independent operators

  • dynamics of operations
    - 2001-2008
    - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
    - Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009
  • efficiency of operations and average flow rate growth per operation
    - 2001-2008
    - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
    - Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009


1.10 Bottom-hole treatment by VIOCs and independent operators

  • dynamics of operations
    ††††- 2001-2008
    ††† - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
    ††† - Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009
  • efficiency of operations and average flow rate growth per operation
    ††† - 2001-2008
    ††† - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
    ††† - Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009

    1.11 Artificial lift optimization by VIOCs and independent operators
  • dynamics of operations
    ††††- 2001-2008
    ††† - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
    ††† - Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009
  • efficiency of operations and average flow rate growth per operation
    ††† - 2001-2008
    ††† - H1 2009 compared to H1 2008
    ††† - Q2 2009 compared to Q1 2009

    Chapter 2. Profiles of operators active in the region
  • Gazprom neft
  • LUKOIL
  • Rosneft
  • Russneft
  • Slavneft
  • Surgutneftegaz
  • TNK-BP

    Each profile is formed similar to the structure of Chapter 1.
  •  

    Figure 1.1 Oil production in Western Siberia and other regions from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.2 Western Siberia in Russia’s total oil production from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 1.3 Oil production by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.4 Oil production by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.5 Oil production by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.6 VIOCsís oil production capex in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, RUR million

    Figure 1.7 VIOCsís oil production capex in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, RUR million

    Figure 1.8 VIOCsís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, RUR/t
    Figure 1.9 VIOCsís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, RUR/t
    Figure 1.10 Structure of oil production by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.11 Structure of oil production by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 1.12 Structure of oil production by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.13 Structure of oil production by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, percent
    Figure 1.14 VIOCsís capital expenditures in development drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, RUR million
    Figure 1.15 VIOCsís capital expenditures in development drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, RUR million
    Figure 1.16 VIOCsís capital expenditures in development drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, RUR per meter
    Figure 1.17 VIOCsís capital expenditures in development drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, RUR per meter
    Figure 1.18 Development drilling by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand meters
    Figure 1.19 Development drilling by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand meters
    Figure 1.20 Development drilling by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand meters
    Figure 1.21 New development wells put on stream by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, wells
    Figure 1.22 New development wells put on stream by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, wells
    Figure 1.23 VIOCsís and independent companiesí development well stock in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, wells
    Figure 1.24 VIOCsís and independent companiesí development well stock in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, wells
    Figure 1.25 VIOCsís and independent companiesí production well stock in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, wells
    Figure 1.26 VIOCsís and independent companiesí production well stock in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, wells
    Figure 1.27 VIOCsís and independent companiesí production wells within development well stocks from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 1.28 VIOCsís and independent companiesí production wells within development well stocks in first six months of 2008 and 2009, percent
    Figure 1.29 Average calculated daily flow rate in VIOCsís and independent companiesí development wells in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, t/day
    Figure 1.30 Average calculated daily flow rate in VIOCsís and independent companiesí development wells in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, t/day
    Figure 1.31 Average calculated daily flow rate in VIOCsís and independent companiesí new development wells in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, t/day
    Figure 1.32 Average calculated daily flow rate in VIOCsís and independent companiesí new development wells in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, t/day
    Figure 1.33 VIOCsís capital expenditures in exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, RUR million
    Figure 1.34 VIOCsís capital expenditures in exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, RUR million
    Figure 1.35 VIOCsís capital expenditures in exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, RUR per meter
    Figure 1.36 VIOCsís capital expenditures in exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, RUR per meter
    Figure 1.37 Exploration drilling by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 1.38 Exploration drilling by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 1.39 Exploration drilling by VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand m
    Figure 1.40 VIOCsís and independent companiesí workover history in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, operations
    Figure 1.41 Average cost of workovers for VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, RUR thousand
    Figure 1.42 Average operating number of workover crews at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 1.43 Productivity of workover crews at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, operations per crew per year
    Figure 1.44 VIOCsís and independent companiesí fracturing history in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008

    Figure 1.45 VIOCsís and independent companiesí fracturing history in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 1.46 VIOCsís and independent companiesí fracturing history in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 1.47 Total fracturing efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.48 Total fracturing efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.49 Total fracturing efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.50 Average flow rate growth per fracturing job at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.51 Average flow rate growth per fracturing job at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.52 Average flow rate growth per fracturing job at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.53 VIOCsís and independent companiesí bottomhole treatment history in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 1.54 VIOCsís and independent companiesí bottomhole treatment history in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 1.55 VIOCsís and independent companiesí bottomhole treatment history in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 1.56 Total bottomhole treatment efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.57 Total bottomhole treatment efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.58 Total bottomhole treatment efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.59 Average flow rate growth per bottomhole treatment job at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.60 Average flow rate growth per bottomhole treatment job at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.61 Average flow rate growth per bottomhole treatment job at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.62 VIOCsís and independent companiesí enhanced recovery history in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 1.64 VIOCsís and independent companiesí enhanced recovery history in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 1.65 Total enhanced recovery efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.66 Total enhanced recovery efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.67 Total enhanced recovery efficiency at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.68 Average flow rate growth per enhanced recovery operation at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 1.69 Average flow rate growth per enhanced recovery operation at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 1.70 Average flow rate growth per enhanced recovery operation at VIOCs and independent companies in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.1.1 LUKOILís oil production in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.1.2 LUKOILís oil production in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.1.3 LUKOILís oil production in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.1.4 LUKOILís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.1.5 LUKOILís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.1.6 LUKOILís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 2.1.7 LUKOILís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.1.8 LUKOILís oil production structure in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.1.9 LUKOILís oil production structure in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, percent

    Figure 2.1.10 LUKOILís capital expenditures in development and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.1.11 LUKOILís capital expenditures in development and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.1.12 LUKOILís development drilling in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.1.13 LUKOILís development drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.1.14 LUKOILís development drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.1.15 LUKOILís development well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008

    Figure 2.1.16 LUKOILís development well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.1.17 LUKOILís average calculated daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.1.18 LUKOILís average calculated daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.1.19.LUKOILís exploration meterage in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.1.20 LUKOILís exploration meterage in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.1.21 LUKOILís exploration meterage in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.1.22 LUKOILís workover history, number and productivity of crews in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.1.23 Average duration and cost of LUKOILís workover operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.1.24 Comparative efficiency of LUKOILís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.1.25 Comparative efficiency of LUKOILís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.1.26 History and efficiency of LUKOILís fracturing operations in Western Siberia from 2004 through 2008
    Figure 2.1.27 History and average flow rate growth of LUKOILís fracturing per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.1.28 History and average flow rate growth of LUKOILís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.1.29 History and average flow rate growth of LUKOILís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.1.30 History and average flow rate growth of LUKOILís enhanced recovery per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.1.31 History and average flow rate growth of LUKOILís enhanced recovery per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.2.1 TNK-BPís oil production in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.2.2 TNK-BPís oil production in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.2.3 TNK-BPís oil production in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.2.4 TNK-BPís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.2.5 TNK-BPís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in first
    Figure 2.2.6 TNK-BPís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.2.7 TNK-BPís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 2.2.8 TNK-BPís oil production structure in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.2.9 TNK-BPís oil production structure in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, percent

    Figure 2.2.10 TNK-BPís capital expenditures in development and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.2.11 TNK-BPís capital expenditures in development and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.2.12 TNK-BPís development drilling in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.2.13 TNK-BPís development drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.2.14 TNK-BPís development drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.2.15 TNK-BPís development well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008

    Figure 2.2.16 TNK-BPís development well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.2.17 TNK-BPís average calculated daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.2.18 TNK-BPís average calculated daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.1.19 TNK-BPís exploration meterage in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.2.20 TNK-BPís exploration meterage in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.2.21 TNK-BPís exploration meterage in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009 Figure 2.2.22 TNK-BPís workover history, number and productivity of crews in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.2.23 Average duration and cost of TNK-BPís workover operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.2.24 Comparative efficiency of TNK-BPís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.2.25 Comparative efficiency of TNK-BPís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.2.26 History and efficiency of TNK-BPís fracturing operations in Western Siberia from 2003 through 2008
    Figure 2.2.27 History and average flow rate growth of TNK-BPís fracturing per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.2.28 History and average flow rate growth of TNK-BPís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.2.29 History and average flow rate growth of TNK-BPís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.2.30 History and average flow rate growth of TNK-BPís enhanced recovery per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.2.31 History and average flow rate growth of TNK-BPís enhanced recovery per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.3.1 Surgutneftegazís oil production in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.3.2 Surgutneftegazís oil production in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.3.3 Surgutneftegazís oil production in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.3.4 Surgutneftegazís oil production capex per ton of produced oil in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.3.5 Surgutneftegazís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in first
    Figure 2.3.6 Surgutneftegazís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.3.7 Surgutneftegazís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 2.3.8 Surgutneftegazís oil production structure in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.3.9 Surgutneftegazís oil production structure in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, percent
    Figure 2.3.10 Surgutneftegazís capital expenditures in development and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.3.11 Surgutneftegazís capital expenditures in development and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.3.12 Surgutneftegazís development drilling in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.3.13 Surgutneftegazís development drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.3.14 Surgutneftegazís development drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.3.15 Surgutneftegazís development well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.3.16 Surgutneftegazís development well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.3.17 Surgutneftegazís average calculated daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.3.18 Surgutneftegazís average calculated daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.3.19 Surgutneftegazís exploration meterage in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m

    Figure 2.3.20 Surgutneftegazís exploration meterage in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.3.21 Surgutneftegazís exploration meterage in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.3.22 Surgutneftegazís workover history, number and productivity of crews in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.3.23 Average duration and cost of Surgutneftegazís workover operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.3.24 Comparative efficiency of Surgutneftegazís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.3.25 Comparative efficiency of Surgutneftegazís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.3.26 History and efficiency of Surgutneftegazís fracturing operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.3.27 History and average flow rate growth of Surgutneftegazís fracturing per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.3.28 History and average flow rate growth of Surgutneftegazís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.3.29 History and average flow rate growth of Surgutneftegazís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.3.30 History and average flow rate growth of Surgutneftegazís enhanced recovery per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.3.31 History and average flow rate growth of Surgutneftegazís enhanced recovery per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.4.1 Rosneftís oil production in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008
    Figure 2.4.2 Rosneftís oil production in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.4.3 Rosneftís oil production in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.4.4 Rosneftís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.4.5 Rosneftís capital expenditures per ton of produced oil in first
    Figure 2.4.6 Rosneftís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.4.7 Rosneftís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 2.4.8 Rosneftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.4.9 Rosneftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, percent

    Figure 2.4.10 Rosneftís capital expenditures in development and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.4.11 Rosneftís capital expenditures in development and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.4.12 Rosneftís development drilling in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.4.13 Rosneftís development drilling in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.4.14 Rosneftís development drilling in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.4.15 Rosneftís development well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008

    Figure 2.4.16 Rosneftís development well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.4.17 Rosneftís average calculated daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008
    Figure 2.4.18 Rosneftís average calculated daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.4.19 Rosneftís exploration meterage in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.4.20 Rosneftís exploration meterage in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.4.21 Rosneftís exploration meterage in Western Siberia in first and second quarters of 2009
    Figure 2.4.22 Rosneftís workover history, number and productivity of crews in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008
    Figure 2.4.23 Average duration and cost of Rosneftís workover operations in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008

    Figure 2.4.24 Comparative efficiency of Rosneftís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.4.25 Comparative efficiency of Rosneftís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.4.26 History and efficiency of Rosneftís fracturing operations in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008
    Figure 2.4.27 History and average flow rate growth of Rosneftís fracturing per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.4.28 History and average flow rate growth of Rosneftís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008
    Figure 2.4.29 History and average flow rate growth of Rosneftís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.4.30 History and average flow rate growth of Rosneftís enhanced recovery per operation in Western Siberia from 2005 through 2008
    Figure 2.4.31 History and average flow rate growth of Rosneftís enhanced recovery per operation in Western Siberia in first six months of 2008 and 2009
    Figure 2.5.1 Gazprom Neftís oil production in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.5.2 Gazprom Neftís oil production in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.5.3 Gazprom Neftís oil production in Western Siberia in Q1 and Q2 2009
    Figure 2.5.4 Gazprom Neftís oil production capex per ton of oil produced in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.5.5 Gazprom Neftís oil production capex per ton of oil produced in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009
    Figure 2.5.6 Gazprom Neftís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.5.7 Gazprom Neftís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 2.5.8 Gazprom Neftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.5.9 Gazprom Neftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, percent
    Figure 2.5.10 Gazprom Neftís capital investments in production and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.5.11 Gazprom Neftís capital investments in production and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009
    Figure 2.5.12 Gazprom Neftís production drilling in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.5.13 Gazprom Neftís production drilling in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.5.14 Gazprom Neftís production drilling in Western Siberia in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.5.15 Gazprom Neftís production well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.5.16 Gazprom Neftís production well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.5.17 Gazprom Neftís average design daily flow rate in new and production wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.5.18 Gazprom Neftís average design daily flow rate in new and development wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.5.19 Gazprom Neftís exploration footage in Western Siberia from 2006 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.5.20 Gazprom Neftís exploration footage in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.5.21 Overall efficiency of Gazprom Neftís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia from 2003 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.5.22 Overall efficiency of Gazprom Neftís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.5.23 Historical efficiency of Gazprom Neftís hydraulic fracturing per operation in Western Siberia from 2004 through 2008
    Figure 2.5.24 Historical efficiency of Gazprom Neftís hydraulic fracturing per operation in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.5.25 Historical average flow rate growth of Gazprom Neftís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia from 2004 through 2008
    Figure 2.5.26 Historical average flow rate growth of Gazprom Neftís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.5.27 Historical average flow rate growth of Gazprom Neftís well operation optimization per operation in Western Siberia from 2003 through 2008
    Figure 2.5.28 Historical average flow rate growth of Gazprom Neftís well operation optimization per operation in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.6.1 Slavneftís oil production in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.6.2 Slavneftís oil production in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009 thousand tons
    Figure 2.6.3 Slavneftís oil production in Western Siberia in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.6.4 Slavneftís capital expenditures in oil production on Western Siberia per ton of oil produced in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.6.5 Slavneftís capital expenditures in oil production on Western Siberia per ton of oil produced in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009
    Figure 2.6.6 Slavneftís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.6.7 Slavneftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, percent
    Figure 2.6.8 Slavneftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.6.9 Slavneftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, percent
    Figure 2.6.10 Slavneftís capital investments in production and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in H1 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.6.11 Slavneftís capital investments in production and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009
    Figure 2.6.12 Slavneftís production drilling in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.6.13 Slavneftís production drilling in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.6.14 Slavneftís production drilling in Western Siberia in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.6.15 Slavneftís production well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.6.16 Slavneftís production well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.6.17 Slavneftís average design daily flow rate in new and production wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.6.18 Slavneftís average design daily flow rate in new and production wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.6.19 Slavneftís exploration footage in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.6.20 Slavneftís exploration footage in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.6.21 Slavneftís workover history, number and productivity of crews in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.6.22 Average duration and cost of Slavneftís workover operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008

    Figure 2.6.23 Overall efficiency of Slavneftís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.6.24 Overall efficiency of Slavneftís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.6.25 Historical efficiency of Slavneftís hydraulic fracturing per operation in Western Siberia from 2004 through 2008
    Figure 2.6.26 Historical efficiency of Slavneftís hydraulic fracturing per operation in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.6.27 Historical average flow rate growth of Slavneftís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.6.28 Historical average flow rate growth of Slavneftís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.6.29 Historical average flow rate growth of Slavneftís well operation optimization per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.6.30 Historical average flow rate growth of Slavneftís well operation optimization per operation in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.7.1 RussNeftís oil production in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.7.2 RussNeftís oil production in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009 thousand tons
    Figure 2.7.3 RussNeftís oil production in Western Siberia in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.7.4 RussNeftís oil production capex per ton of oil produced in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.7.5 RussNeftís oil production capex per ton of oil produced in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009
    Figure 2.7.6 RussNeftís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.7.7 RussNeftís oil production structure in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, percent
    Figure 2.7.8 RussNeftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.7.9 RussNeftís oil production structure in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, percent
    Figure 2.7.10 RussNeftís capital investments for production and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.7.11 RussNeftís capital investments in production and exploration drilling in Western Siberia in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009
    Figure 2.7.12 RussNeftís production drilling footage drilling in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.7.13 RussNeftís production drilling footage in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.7.14 RussNeftís production drilling footage in Western Siberia in Q1 2009 and Q2 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.7.15 RussNeftís production well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008

    Figure 2.7.16 RussNeftís production well stock and its efficiency in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009

    Figure 2.7.17 RussNeftís average design daily flow rate in new and production wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.7.18 RussNeftís average design daily flow rate in new and production wells, new wells put on stream in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.7.19 RussNeftís exploration footage in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand m
    Figure 2.7.20 RussNeftís exploration footage in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand m
    Figure 2.7.21 RussNeftís workover history, number and productivity of crews in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.7.22 Average duration and cost of RussNeftís workover operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.7.23 Overall efficiency of Slavneftís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008, thousand tons
    Figure 2.7.24 Overall efficiency of RussNeftís well stimulation operations in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009, thousand tons
    Figure 2.7.25 Historical efficiency of RussNeftís hydraulic fracturing per operation in Western Siberia from 2004 through 2008
    Figure 2.7.26 Historical efficiency of RussNeftís hydraulic fracturing per operation in Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009

    Figure 2.7.27 Historical average flow rate growth of RussNeftís bottomhole treatment per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.7.28 Historical average flow rate growth of RussNeftís bottomhole treatment per operation in

    Western Siberia in H1 2008 and H1 2009
    Figure 2.7.29 Historical average flow rate growth of RussNeftís well operation optimization per operation in Western Siberia from 2001 through 2008
    Figure 2.7.30 Historical average flow rate growth of RussNeftís well operation optimization per operation in Western Siberia

     

     



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