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Russian Offshore Oil & Gas Fields Development: The Prospects of Equipment and Materials Market Until 2025


Release date: June 2014
Language: English, Russian
Volume: 355 pages
Format: book and cd (print-out protected)
Delivery: express mail (2-4 days)
Price: 3575 ˆ

 
1 EUR = 50 RUB
Price in rubles - 178 750 RUB

The subject of the research report is Russia's offshore production projects in the Caspian, Black, Azov and Baltic Seas, in the Arctic and the Far East. 


Since 2005, RPI has analyzed on a regular basis the status of offshore projects and is republishing the report for the fifth time with the latest versions focusing on the demand of E&P companies for equipment as well as for contractor services. Every successive edition leverages a base of cumulative knowledge and data obtained in the course of works on research projects in the oil and gas market segment.

The most recent report describing offshore hydrocarbon production projects was released in early 2013. Despite the fact that just over a year has gone by since that time, we decided to address the subject of oil and gas production in the sea, while shifting the research focus to evaluation of the offshore market's potential demand for equipment and materials, including seismic survey vessels, oil rigs, production platforms and pipes used for various purposes.

In the interim since the latest issue of the report, sweeping changes have taken place in the Russian offshore. In the Arctic, the problem of offshore delimitation in the Arctic Ocean has become even more acute. In 2012-2013, several major international companies entered the Russian offshore and their footprints will likely speed up exploration of license areas dramatically. At the end of 2013, the Kirinskoye field in the Sea of Okhotsk was put into operation in a test mode, its switch to regular industrial exploitation planned for the second half of 2014. Finally, on the eve of 2014, the first commercial oil was produced at the Prirazlomnoye field in the Pechora Sea.

As before, the report focuses on the forward-looking aspects of projects, including the implementation period, drilling volumes and need for platforms, since this is an approach that also makes it possible to evaluate the scope of the market for other kinds of oil and gas equipment.

The report consists of three volumes:
Caspian, Black Seas and Sea of Azov (1,600 euro)
Baltic and Arctic Seas (1,200 euro)
Far East Seas (1,400 euro)

Each volume could be ordered separately.


The key sections of the report devote attention to the following issues:
• an overview of the current status of projects, including plans for implementation or termination
• information about the intentions of certain players to join or pull out of projects
• forecast for 2014-2025 production of certain projects in the context of possible scenarios
• exploration and development drilling forecast for 2014-2025 in the context of projects, players and possible timing of drilling operations
• forecast of the need for seismic survey ships, oil rigs, production platforms and pipes for various purposes in 2014-2025

The report evaluates the current status of offshore projects and forecasts drilling volumes in terms of projects and years, needs for seismic survey vessels, oil rigs, production platforms and pipes for various purposes.

Market research in that context seems to be the most expedient as it gives an opportunity to understand how promising a certain exploration or production project is and when the need for a certain kind of equipment and oilfield service can be expected to emerge.

This analysis may be of interest to seismic and drilling companies, suppliers of various drilling equipment, pipes and pipeline fittings, manufacturers of wellheads, drilling fluids, as it allows them to identify future needs for equipment and services in relation to the timing and volumes of possible supplies.

Likewise, the analysis of offshore projects may be helpful to current and potential investors seeking to evaluate the risks of investment projects and monitoring potential opportunities to enter promising market niches.

The scenario-based forecasting approach used in this report is the most flexible tool for further monitoring of the situation. It allows the reader to gain a clear picture about probable implementation of a certain E&P project, which could eventually help reduce risks for market players.

The report enables companies working in the oil and gas market to get ahead of the game in evaluating the needs for certain types of equipment and services, to sort out the range of equipment and services in an optimal way, while sizing up the risks and assessing their ability to participate in any given project.

 

Volume 1. Caspian, Black Seas and Sea of Azov
1 Introduction
2 Main Findings 

2.1. Forecasting Methodology 
2.2. Assessment of the Ukrainian (Crimean) sectors of the Black Sea and Sea of Azov 
2.3. Forecast of Need for Seismic Exploration Vessels 
2.4. Forecast of Need for Offshore Drilling Rigs
2.5. Forecast of Need for Offshore Production Platforms 
2.6. Forecast of Need for Casing 
2.7. Forecast Pipe Needs for External Oil and Gas Pipelines 
3 Regional Overview 
3.1. Geographic, Natural and Weather Conditions in the Offshore Areas of the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov 
3.1.1. Caspian Sea 
3.1.2. Black Sea
3.1.3. Sea of Azov 
3.2. Problem of Maritime Boundary Delimitation 
3.2.1. Caspian Sea
3.2.2. Black Sea
3.2.3. Sea of Azov
3.3 Legislative Control of Russian Offshore Oil and Gas Production
3.3.1. Legal Framework
3.3.2. Taxation 
3.3.3. Export Duties
3.3.4. Production Sharing Agreement 
3.3.5. The “60-66-90 Tax Regime”
4 Offshore Hydrocarbon Reserves and Resources in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov
4.1. Caspian Sea
4.2. Black Sea 
4.3. Sea of Azov 

5. Exploration and production projects including unallocated blocks
5.1. Caspian Sea
5.2. Black Sea
5.3. Sea of Azov
6 Licensing
7 System of Procurements and Selection of Suppliers for Russian Offshore Projects 
7.1. Gazprom
7.2. LUKOIL
7.3. Rosneft
8 Forecast Scope of Offshore Exploration and Production Drilling in the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov 
8.1. Caspian Sea
8.2. Black Sea
8.3. Sea of Azov 
8.4. Overall Forecast for Offshore Areas 
9 Forecast of Seismic Exploration and Evaluation of Need for a Seismic Fleet in the Caspian Sea, Black Sea and Sea of Azov 
9.1. Caspian Sea
9.2. Black Sea 
9.3. Sea of Azov
9.4. Total need for Offshore Areas 
10 Evaluation of Need for Offshore Drilling Rigs on the Shelf of the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov 
10.1. Caspian Sea
10.2. Black Sea 
10.3. Sea of Azov 
10.4. Total Need for Offshore Areas 
11 Assessment of Need for Offshore Production Platforms in the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov 
11.1. Caspian Sea 
11.2. Black Sea
11.3. Sea of Azov
11.4. Total Need for Offshore Areas 
12 Assessment of the Need for Casing in Offshore Areas of the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov 3
12.1. Caspian Sea
12.2. Black Sea
12.3. Sea of Azov

12.4. Total Need for Offshore Areas
13 Assessment of Need for Offshore Pipeline Casing in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov 
13.1. Caspian Sea
13.2. Black Sea 
13.3. Sea of Azov
13.4. Total Need for Offshore Areas

Volume 2. Baltic and Arctic Seas
1 Introduction 
2 Key Findings of the Study

2.1. Forecasting methodology 
2.2. The Baltic Sea
2.3. The Barents Sea and the Pechora Sea 
2.4. The Kara Sea
2.5. Ob and Taz Bays 
2.6.2. Forecast of Seismic Exploration
2.6.3. Assessment of Need for Offshore Drilling Rigs 
2.6.4. Assessment of Need for Pipeline Casing 
2.6.5. Assessment of Need for Offshore Pipeline Casing
3 General Information on the Regions 
3.1. Geographical, Natural and Climatic Environment in the Offshore Regions of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora and Kara Seas and in the Offshore Areas of the Ob and Taz Bay 
3.1.1 Baltic Sea
3.1.2 Barents and Pechora Seas 
3.2. The Problem of Maritime Demarcation in the Baltic and Barents Seas 
3.2.1. Baltic Sea
3.2.2. Barents Sea
3.2.3. Russia’s Maritime Demarcation in the Arctic Region
3.3. Legislative Control of Oil and Gas Production in the Russian Offshore Areas
4 Oil and Gas Reserves and Resources in the Offshore Area of the Baltic Sea and Russia’s Arctic Seas
4.1. Baltic Sea 
4.2. Barents and Pechora Seas 
4.3. Kara Sea, the Ob and Taz Bay 
4.4. Offshore Area to the East of the Yamal Peninsula (Laptev Sea, East Siberian Sea and Chukchi Sea) 
5 Key Companies Operating in the Offshore Areas of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora and Kara Seas, the Ob and Taz Bay 
5.1. Baltic Sea 
5.2. Barents and Pechora Seas 
5.3. Kara Sea, the Ob and Taz Bay 

6 System of Procurements and Selection of Suppliers for Russian Offshore Projects 
7 Offshore Exploration and Production Projects in the Baltic, Barents, Pechora and Kara Seas, the Ob and Taz Bay 

6.1. Baltic Sea 
6.1.1 Kravtsovskoye field 
6.2. Barents and Pechora Seas
6.2.1. Projects of ÎÀÎ Rosneft (former projects of the Sintezneftegaz group)
6.2.2. Projects of OAO Severneftegaz 
6.2.3. Perseyevsky site 
6.2.4. Prirazlomnoye Field
6.2.5. Dolginskoye field
6.2.6. Shtokmanovskoye Field
6.2.7. Medynsko-Varandeisky and Kolokolmorsky plots (formerly parts of the Barents-1 block, former projects of Arktikshelfneftegaz) 
6.2.8. Barents-2 
6.2.9. Barents-3
6.2.10. Barents-4 
6.2.11. Barents-5
6.2.12. Barents-6 
6.2.13. Barents-7
6.2. Kara Sea 
6.3.1. Vostochno-Prinovozemelsky-1,2,3 license blocks 
6.3. The Ob and Taz Bay 
7.5. Rosneft projects at new license areas 
8 Forecast of Exploration and Production Drilling in Offshore Areas of the Baltic Sea, the Barents Sea, the Pechora Sea, the Kara Sea, and the Ob and Taz Bays 
8.1. Baltic Sea 
8.2 Barents Sea and Pechora Sea
8.3 Kara Sea 
8.4 Ob and Taz bays
9 Forecast of Seismic Exploration and Estimated Demand for a Seismic Fleet in Offshore Areas of the Baltic Sea, the Barents Sea, the Pechora Sea, the Kara Sea, and Waters of the Ob and Taz Bays
9.1. Baltic Sea 
9.2. Barents Sea and Pechora Sea 
9.3. Kara Sea
9.4. Ob and Taz Bays

9.5. Total Offshore Need
10 Assessment of Need for Offshore Drilling Rigs in the Baltic Sea and Western Arctic Seas of Russia
10.1. Baltic Sea 
10.2. Barents Sea and Pechora Sea
10.3. Kara Sea 
10.4. Ob and Taz Bays
10.5. Total Need for Offshore Areas
11 Assessment of the Need for Production Platforms in Offshore Areas of the Baltic Sea, the Barents Sea, the Pechora Sea, the Kara Sea, as well as the Ob and Taz Bays 
11.1. Baltic Sea 
11.2. Barents Sea and Pechora Sea 
11.3. Kara Sea
11.4. Ob and Taz Bays 
11.5. T otal Offshore Need
12 Assessment of Need for Pipeline Casing in Offshore Areas of the Baltic Sea, the Barents Sea, the Pechora Sea, the Kara Sea and in the Waters of the Ob and Taz Bays 
12.1. Baltic Sea
12.2. Barents Sea and Pechora Sea 
12.3. Kara Sea 
12.4. Ob and Taz Bay 
12.5. Total Offshore Need 
13 Assessment of Need for Offshore Pipeline Casing in the Baltic Sea, the Barents Sea, the Kara Sea and the waters of the Ob and Tax Bays 
13.1. Baltic Sea
13.2. Barents Sea and Pechora Sea 
13.3. Kara Sea 
13.4. Ob and Taz Bays
13.5. Total Offshore Need 


Volume 3. Far East Seas
1 Introduction 
2 Key Conclusions of the Study 
3 General information on the regions

3.1. Geographic, natural and climatic conditions of offshore areas in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan
3.1.1. Bering Sea
3.1.2. Sea of Okhotsk 
3.1.3. Sea of Japan
3.2. Problem of Maritime Delimitation on the Shelves of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhtosk and the Sea of Japan 
3.2.1. Bering Sea 
3.2.2. Sea of Okhotsk 
3.2.3. Sea of Japan
3.3. Legislative Control of Oil and Gas Production in the Russian Offshore Areas
4 Licensing 
5 Procurement System and Selection of Suppliers to Ensure Implementation of Russian Offshore Projects
5.1. Gazprom
5.2. LUKOIL 
5.3. Rosneft 
6 Offshore Gas and Oil Reserves and Resources in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk, and the Sea of Japan 
6.1. Bering Sea 
6.2. Sea of Okhotsk 
6.3. Sea of Japan 
7 Key Companies Operating in Offshore Areas of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan 
7.1. Bering Sea 
7.2 Sea of Okhotsk 
7.3 Sea of Japan
8 List of the Largest Offshore Production Projects in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan 
8.1. Bering Sea 
8.1.1 Anadyr-1

8.1.2 Anadyr-2 and Anadyr-3 
8.2 Sea of Okhotsk 
8.2.1 West Kamchatka Shelf 
8.2.2 Magadan-1,2,3, and 4 
8.2.3 Khabarovsk 1,3
8.2.4 Koryakiya-1,2 and Kamchatsky-1
8.2.5 Sakhalin-1 
8.2.6 Sakhalin-2 
8.2.7 Sakhalin-3 
8.2.8 Sakhalin-4, and -5
8.2.9 Lopukhovsky block
8.2.10 Sakhalin-6
8.2.11 Sakhalin-7 
8.2.12. Lebedinsky block 
8.2.13. Astrakhanovskoye-More - Nekrasovsky block 
8.3 Sea of Japan
8.3.1 Sakhalin-8,9
8.3.2 Khabarovsk-2, and -4
9 Projections of the Scope of Exploration and Production Drilling in the Offshore Areas of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan
10 Forecast Scope of Seismic Exploration and Assessment of the Need for an Offshore Seismic Exploration Fleet in the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan
 
10.1. Bering Sea
10.2. Sea of Okhotsk
10.3. Sea of Japan 
10.4. Total Offshore Need 
11 Assessment of Need for Offshore Drilling Rigs in the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk, and Sea of Japan
11.1. Bering Sea
11.2. Sea of Okhotsk
11.3. Sea of Japan 
11.4. Total Offshore Need
12 Assessment of Need for Production Platforms in the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk, and Sea of Japan 
12.1. Bering Sea
12.2. Sea of Okhotsk

12.3. Sea of Japan
12.4. Total Offshore Need 
13 Assessment of Need for Casing Pipes in Offshore Areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan 
13.1. Bering Sea 
13.2. Sea of Okhotsk 
13.3. Sea of Japan 
13.4. Total Offshore Need
14 Assessment of the Need for Pipes in Offshore Pipelines in the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan 
14.1. Bering Sea 
14.2. Sea of Okhotsk
14.3. Sea of Japan 
14.4. Total Offshore Need 

 
Volume 1. Caspian, Black Seas and Sea of Azov 
Figure 3.1. Export duty for crude oil in 2002-2014, $ per ton 
Map 6.1. Offshore fields and license areas in the Caspian Sea 
Map 6.2. Sketch of field development in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea as of 2009 
Figure 6.1. Oil production forecast for the Northern block from 2014 through 2025, million tons per year
Figure 6.2. Gas production forecast for the Northern block from 2014 through 2025, bcm per year. 
Map 6.3. Sketch of V. Filanovski field development as of 2009
Map 6.4. Sketch of Sarmatskoye field development as of 2009 
Map 6.5. Sketch of Kvalynskoye field development as of 2009 
Map 6.6. Hydrocarbon oilfields and license blocks in the Black Sea (Russian, Ukrainian, Abkhaz and Georgian sectors) 
Map 6.7. Hydrocarbon fields and license blocks in the Sea of Azov offshore

Volume 2. Baltic and Arctic Seas 
Figure 3.1. Export duty for crude oil in 2002-2013, $ per ton 
Map 4.1. Map of Petroleum Blocks in the Barents Sea 
Map 4.2. Map of fields in the Kara Sea 
Map 4.3. Fields in the offshore areas of the Ob and Taz Bay 
Map 5.4. License sites on the Arctic shelf obtained by Rosneft in 2013 
Map 6.1. Kravtsovskoye field and its transportation infrastructure
Figure 6.1. Annual and cumulative oil production in the Kravtsovskoye field in 2007-2010, thousand tons per year 
Figure 6.2. Number of production wells, number of producing wells and the total well stock in the Kravtsovskoye field from 2007 through 2 well units.
Figure 6.3. Medium production rate (t/d) and water cutting of well production (percent) in the Kravtsovskoye field from 2007 through 2011 
Map 6.2. Prirazlomnoye field and adjacent fields 
Figure 6.4. Projected volume of oil production in the Prirazlomnoye field from 2013 through 2022, million tons per year 
Map 6.3. Map of Shtokmanovskoye field
Figure 6.5. Distribution of shares in the project on the Shtokmanovskoye field development, percent 
Figure 6.6. Projected volume of natural gas production in the Shtokmanovskoye field from 2013 through 2022, bcm per year 
Map 6.4. Map of license blocks in the Barents Sea
Map 6.5. Yuzhno-Russky license block 
Map 6.6. Location map of the Vostochno-Prinovozemelsky blocks
Figure 6.7. Volume of natural gas production in the Ob and Taz Bay from 2014 through 2022, bcm p.a.

Volume 3. Far East Seas 
Figure 2.1. Relative shares of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan in the total scope of exploration drilling in the Russian Far East, well units, percentage of total number of wells (Scenario 1) 
Figure 2.2. Relative shares of the Bering Sea and the Sea of Okhotsk in the total scope of exploration drilling in the Russian Far East, well units, percentage of total number of wells (scenario 2)
Figure 3.1. Export duty for crude oil in 2002-2014, $ per ton 
Map 8.1. Map of license blocks in the Bering Sea
Map 8.2. Map of Petroleum Potential of the Bering Sea 
Map 8.3. Map of License Blocks in the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan 
Map 8.4. Map of Petroleum Potential of the Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan
Map 8.5. Exploration Map of the West Kamchatka Shelf in the Sea of Okhotsk
Map 8.5. Sea of Okhotsk offshore sites handed over to Rosneft for development 
Map 8.6. Map of the Sakhalin Projects in the Sea of Okhotsk
Map 8.7. Map of Fields and Oil and Gas Bearing Structures on the Sakhalin Shelf 
Figure 8.1. Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-1 from 2005 through 2013 
Figure 8.2. Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-2 in 1999 through 2013
Map 8.8. Sakhalin-3 Veninsky License Block
Map 8.9. Sakhalin-3 Kirinsky License Block 
Map 8.10. Subsea Equipment Applications for the Kirinskoye Field
Map 8.11. Field facilities layout for Kirinskoye block, option 1 
Map 8.12. Field facilities layout for Kirinskoye block, option 2 
Map 8.13. Astrakhanovskoye-More – Nekrasovsky block. The 2013 seismic exploration program
 
Volume 1. Caspian, Black Seas and Sea of Azov 
Table 2.1. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 2.2. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2)
Table 2.3. Forecast need for all types of offshore production platforms in Russia’s southern seas in 2014-2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 2.4. Forecast of need for all types of offshore production platforms in Russia’s southern seas in 2014-2025 (scenario 2)
Table 2.5. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 2.6. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 2.7. Forecast pipe needs for external oil and gas pipelines in offshore areas of Russia’s southern seas in 2014-2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 2.8. Forecast pipe needs for external oil and gas pipelines in Russia’s southern seas 2014-2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 5.1. Recoverable reserves of Northern block fields as of January 1, 2011 
Table 8.1. Forecast number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.2. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.3. Forecast number of wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.4. Forecast number of exploration and production wells drilled in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.5. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.6. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Black Sea in from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.7. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.8. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.9. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1)
Table 8.20. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.31. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.42. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.53. Forecast offshore exploration and production drilling in Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.64. Forecast offshore exploration and production drilling in Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 9.1. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq. km (scenario 1) 
Table 9.2. Forecast 2D/3D seismic operations in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 9.3. Forecast 2D/3D seismic operations in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq. km (scenario 1) 
Table 9.4. Forecast 2D/3D seismic operations in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq. km (scenario 2) 
Table 9.5. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq. km (scenario 1)
Table 9.6. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq. km (scenario 2) 
Table 9.7. Forecast 2D/3D exploration work in offshore areas of Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq. km (scenario 1)
Table 9.8. Forecast 2D/3D offshore seismic exploration in Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq. km (scenario 2) 
Table 10.3. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table10.2. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 10.3. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 10. 4. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 10.5. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table10.6. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 10.7. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 10.8. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 11.1. Forecast need for offshore production platforms in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 11.2. Forecast need for offshore production platforms in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table11.3. Forecast need for offshore production platforms in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 11.4. Forecast need for offshore production platforms in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 11.5. Forecast need for all types of offshore production platforms in offshore areas of Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 11.6. Forecast need for production platforms in offshore areas of Russia’s southern seas in from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table12.1. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea in from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 12.2. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 12.3. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Black Sea in from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table12.4. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 12.5. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 12.6. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 12.7. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 12.8. Forecast need for casing in offshore areas of Russia’s southern seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 13.1. Forecast need for pipes in external oil and gas pipelines in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 13.2. . Forecast need for pipes in external oil and gas pipelines in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 13.3. Forecast need for pipes in external oil and gas pipelines in the Russian sector of the Black Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 13.4. Forecast need for pipes in external oil and gas pipelines in the Russian sector of the Sea of Azov from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 13.5. Forecast need for pipes in external oil and gas pipelines in offshore areas of Russia’s seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 13.6. Forecast need for pipes in external oil and gas pipelines in offshore areas of Russia’s seas from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 

Volume 2. Baltic and Arctic Seas 
Table 2.1. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Baltic and Arctic seas offshore in 2014-2025 (Scenario 1)
Table 2.2. Forecast of exploration and production drilling in the Baltic and Arctic seas offshore in 2014-2025 (Scenario 2)
Table 2.3. Forecast of 2D/3D exploration work performed in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic seas from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 1) 
Òàáëèöà 2.4. Forecast of 2D/3D exploration work performed in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic seas from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 2) 
Table 2.5. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic seas from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 2.6. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic seas from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 2) 
Òàáëèöà 2.7. Forecast of need for casing in the offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic seas from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 1) 
Òàáëèöà 2.8. Forecast of need for casing in the offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic seas from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 2) 
Òàáëèöà 2.9. Forecast of need for offshore oil pipelines in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic seas from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 1) 
Table 2.10. Forecast of need for offshore oil pipelines in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic seas from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 2) 
Table 5.1. Gazprom’s applications for fields and subsoil plots targeted for development (extracts) 
Table 5.2. The licenses granted to Rosneft in 2013. 
Table 6.1. Volume of natural gas reserves in the Kamennomysskoye-more, Severo-Kamennomysskoye and Obskoye fields 
Table 8.1. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in Russian sector the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.2. Forecast of the number of exploration and production wells drilling in the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.3. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in Russian sector the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.4. Forecast of the number of exploration and production wells drilled in Russian sector the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.5. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Pechora Sea and the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.6. Forecast of the number of exploration and production wells drilled in the Pechora Sea and the Barents Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.7. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Pechora Sea and the Barents Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.8. Forecast of the number of exploration and production wells drilled in the Pechora Sea and the Barents Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.9. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1)
Table 8.10. Forecast of the number of exploration and production wells drilled in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.11. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.12. Forecast of the number of exploration and production wells drilled in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.13. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.14. Forecast of the number of exploration and production wells drilled in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 8.15. Forecast of the number of wells drilled in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.16. Forecast of the number of exploration and production wells drilled in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 9.1. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work performed in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 1) 
Table 9.2. Forecast of 2D/3D exploration work performed in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 2) 
Table 9.3. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work in the Barents Sea and Sea of Pechora from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 1)
Table 9.4. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work in the Barents Sea and Sea of Pechora from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 2)
Table 9.5. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 1) 
Table 9.6. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 2) 
Table 9.7. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 1) 
Table 9.8. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 2) 
Table 9.9. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work on the shelf of the Baltic Sea and western arctic seas of Russia from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 1) 
Table 9.10. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic exploration work on the shelf of the Baltic Sea and western arctic seas of Russia from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq.km (scenario 2) 
Table 10.1. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 10.2. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea. from 2014 through 2025, (Scenario 2) 
Table 10.3. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Baltic Sea and the Pechora Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 10.4. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Baltic Sea and the Pechora Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 2) 
Table 10.5. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 10.6. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 2) 
Table 10.7. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 10.8. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 2) 
Table 10.9. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs on the shelf of the Baltic Sea and western Arctic seas of Russia from 2014 through 2025, (Scenario 1) 
Table 10.10. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs on the shelf of the Baltic Sea and western Arctic seas of Russia from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 2)
Table 11.1. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 11.2. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 2) 
Table 11.3. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Russian sector of the Barents Sea and Pechora Sea from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 11.5. Forecast of need for offshore drilling rigs in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 11.6. Forecast of need for offshore production platforms in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 11.7. Forecast of need for all types of offshore production platforms in Russia’s northern seas from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 1) 
Table 11.8. Forecast of need for all types of offshore production platforms in Russia’s northern seas from 2014 through 2025, (scenario 2) 
Table 12.1. Forecast of need for casing in the offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 1) 
Table 12.2. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in offshore areas of the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 2) 
Table 12.3. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in the Pechora Sea and Barents Sea from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 1) 
Table 12.4. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in the Pechora Sea and Barents Sea from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 2) 
Table 12.5. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in offshore areas of the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 1) 
Table 12.6. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in offshore areas of the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 2) 
Table 12.7. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 1) 
Table 12.8. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 2) 
Table 10.9. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in offshore areas of the Baltic Sea and western Arctic seas of Russia from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 1) 
Table 10.10. Forecast of need for pipeline casing in offshore areas of the Baltic Sea and western Arctic seas of Russia from 2014 through 2025, km, (scenario 2) 
Table 13.1. Forecast of need for offshore oil pipelines in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 1) 
Table 13.2. Forecast of need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Barents Sea and Pechora Sea from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 1) 
Table 13.3. Forecast of need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Barents Sea and Pechora Sea from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 2) 
Table 13.4. Forecast of need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 1)
Table 13.5. Forecast of need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Kara Sea from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 2) 
Table 13.6. Forecast of need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 1) 
Table 13.7. Forecast of need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Ob and Taz bays from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 2) 
Table 13.8. Forecast of need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea and western Arctic seas of Russia from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 1) 
Table 13.9. Forecast of need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea and western Arctic seas of Russia from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 2) 

Volume 3. Far East Seas 
Table 2.1. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan in 2013 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 2.2. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan in 2013 through 2022 (scenario 2) 
Table 2.3. Forecast of 2D/3D seismic surveys in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, linear km (scenario 1)
Table 2.4. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 2.5. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2013 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 2.6. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2013 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 2.7. Forecast of2D/3D seismic surveys in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, linear km (scenario 2)
Table 2.6. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2013 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 2.9. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore area of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2013 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 2.10. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2013 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 2.11. Forecast need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 8.1. Reserves in Sakhalin-1 (for the OAO Rosneft’s 20 percent share as of December 31, 2010, according to SPE, DeGolyer & MacNaughton) 
Table 8.2. Operating data for Sakhalin-1 from 2008 to 2013
Table 8.3. Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-1 from 2008 to 2012 (Rosneft’s share indicated in brackets)
Table 8.4. Key contractors and scope of work within the current phase of Sakhalin-1 
Table 6.5. Reserves of Sakhalin-2 as of January 1, 2009 
Table 8.6. Oil and gas production within Sakhalin-2 in 2008 through 2013
Table 8.7. Properties of Vityaz crude oil
Table 8.8.Summary for geological localized HC recources in cathegories Ñ3+Ä1 for most prospective areas of Sakhalin-3 project allotments
Table 8.9. Exploration of the Sakhalin-3 Veninsky block
Table 8.10. Exploration data for Kaygansko-Vasyukansky license block, Sakhalin-5 
Table 9.1. Forecast number of wells in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, units (Scenario 1) 
Table 8.2. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025 (Scenario 1) 
Table 9.3. Forecast number of wells in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2013 through 2025, units (Scenario 2) 
Table 9.4. Forecast exploration and production drilling in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan from 2013 through 2025 (Scenario 2) 
Table 10.1. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in offshore areas of the Bering Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq km (scenario 1)
Table 10.2. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in offshore areas of the Bering Sea from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq km (scenario 2)
Table 10.3. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in offshore areas of the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq km (scenario 1)
Table 10.4. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in offshore areas of the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2015, linear km/sq km (scenario 2)
Table 10.5. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in offshore areas of the Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq km (scenario 1)
Table 10.6. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in offshore areas of the Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq km (scenario 2)
Table 10.7. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq km (scenario 1) 
Table 10.8. Forecast 2D/3D seismic exploration work in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, linear km/sq km (scenario 2) 
Table 11.1. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Bering Sea from 2014 through 2025, units, (scenario 1)
Table 11.2. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Bering Sea from 2014 through 2025, units, (scenario 2)
Table 11.3. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2025, units, (scenario 1)
Table 11.4. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2025, units, (scenario 2)
Table 11.5. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, units, (scenario 1)
Table 11.6. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, units, (scenario 2)
Table 11.7. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, units, (scenario 1)
Table 11.8. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, units, (scenario 2)
Table 12.1. Forecast need for offshore production platforms in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2025, units (scenario 1) 
Table 12.2. Forecast need for offshore drilling rigs in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2025, units (scenario 2)
Table 12.3. Forecast need for all types of offshore production platforms in Russia’s Far Eastern seas from 2014 through 2025, units (scenario 1)
Table 12.4. Forecast need for all types of offshore production platforms in Russia’s Far Eastern seas from 2014 through 2025, units (scenario 2)6
Table 12.1. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Bering Sea from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1)
Table 13.2. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Bering Sea from 2013 through 2025 (scenario 2)
Table 12.3. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1)
Table 13.4. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 2) 
Table 13.5. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 13.6. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk, and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025 (scenario 1) 
Table 13.7. Forecast need for casing pipes in offshore areas of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk, and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 2)
Table 14.1. Forecast need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Sea of Okhotsk from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 1)
Table 14.2. Forecast need for pipes in offshore oil and gas pipelines in the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan from 2014 through 2025, km (scenario 1) 

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