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Offshore Oil and Gas Industry in Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2020

  • Published: April 2012
  • Region: CIS, Russia
  • 358 Pages
  • RPI Inc

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  • AKO BARRS Group
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Development of offshore fields is strategically important to the global petroleum industry's growth. Vast resources, large-scale upstream projects, and still unfulfilled investment opportunities—guarantee that interest in offshore projects will continue to grow in the future.

For many years, RPI has made systematic, indepth analyses of offshore projects, amassing an unparalleled store of historical information and data. No one knows the shelves in Russia and the CIS—or the work there, current and planned—the way RPI does.

Completely revised and updated, Offshore Oil and Gas Industry in Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2020 is being issued for the fourth time since 2005. Like its predecessors, this edition draws on new information and data gained through RPI's oil and gas market research projects. The new report also provides the latest information on the process equipment and contractor services that upstream companies require.

The study focuses on Russian, CIS, and Georgian upstream offshore projects in the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, the Sea of Azov, and the Baltic Sea, and on the shelves of the Russian Arctic and Far East. As before, the report READ MORE >

Volume 1 The Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

1 Introduction

2 Key Findings of the Study

2.1. Forecasting Methodology

2.2. Findings on the Scope of Exploration and Production Drilling

2.2.1. Caspian Sea

2.2.2. Black Sea

2.2.3. Sea of Azov

2.3. Conclusions on Production Rates

2.3.1. Caspian Sea

2.3.2. Black Sea

2.3.3. Sea of Azov

2.4. Conclusions on Platform Market Size

2.4.1. Caspian Sea

2.4.2. Black Sea and Sea of Azov

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 Offshore Oil and Gas Production in Certain Countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States

3.3.1 Azerbaijan

3.3.2 Georgia

3.3.3 Kazakhstan

3.3.4 Russian Federation

3.3.5 Turkmenistan

3.3.6 Ukraine

4 Offshore Hydrocarbon Reserves and Resources in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

4.1. Caspian Sea

4.1.1 Azerbaijan's Sector

4.1.2 Kazakhstan's Sector

4.1.3 Russian Sector

4.1.4 Turkmenistan's Sector

4.2. Black Sea

4.2.1 Georgia's and Abkhazia's Sectors

4.2.2 Russian Sector

4.2.3 Ukrainian Sector

4.3. Sea of Azov

4.3.1 RussianSector

4.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

5 Principal Companies Involved in Offshore Production in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

5.1. Caspian Sea

5.1.1 Azerbaijan's sector

5.1.2 Kazakhstan's Sector

5.1.3 Russian Sector

5.1.4 Turkmenistan's Sector

5.2. Black Sea

5.2.1 Georgian and Abkhazia's Sectors

5.2.2 Russian Sector

5.2.3 Ukrainian Sector

5.3. Sea of Azov

5.3.1 Russian Sector

5.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

6 Offshore Exploration and Production Projects in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

6.1. Caspian Sea

6.1.1 Azerbaijan's Sector

6.1.2 Kazakhstan's Sector

6.1.3 Russian Sector

6.1.4 Turkmenistan's Sector

6.2. Black Sea

6.2.1 Georgia's and Abkhazia's Sectors

6.2.2 Russian Sector

6.2.3 Ukrainian Sector

6.3. Sea of Azov

6.3.1 Russian Sector

7 Forecast of Exploration and Production Drilling in Offshore Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

7.1. Caspian Sea

7.1.1 Azerbaijan's Sector

7.1.2 Kazakhstan's Sector

7.1.3 Russian Sector

7.1.4 Turkmenistan's Sector

7.1.5 Aggregates for the Caspian Sea

7.2. Black Sea

7.2.1 Georgia's and Abkhazia's Sectors

7.2.2 Russian Sector

7.2.3 Ukrainian Sector

7.2.4 Aggregates for the Black Sea Offshore

7.3. Sea of Azov

7.3.1 Russian Sector

7.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

7.3.3 Aggregates for the Sea of Azov

8 Forecast of Hydrocarbon Production in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov Offshore

8.1. Caspian Sea

8.1.1 Azerbaijan's sector

8.1.2 Kazakhstan's Sector

8.1.3 Russian Sector

8.1.4 Turkmenistan's Sector

8.2. Black Sea

8.2.1 Georgia's and Abkhazia's Sectors

8.2.2 Russian Sector

8.2.3 Ukrainian Sector

8.3. Sea of Azov

8.3.1 Russian Sector

8.3.2 Ukrainian Sector

9 Estimated Demand for Offshore Drilling Rigs and Platforms in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

9.1. Caspian Sea

9.2 Black Sea and the Sea of Azov

Appendix 1. List of Companies that Can Supply Drilling Hardware and Platforms for Offshore Field Development in the Caspian and Black Seas and the Sea of Azov

10.1. Azerbaijan

10.1.1 Baku Deepwater Jackets Factory

10.1.2 McDermott Caspian Contractors (MCCI)

10.2. Iran

10.2.1 Sadra Shipyard

10.3. Russia

10.3.1 AKO BARRS Group

10.3.2 Caspian Energy Group

10.3.3 United Shipbuilding Corporation (OSK)

10.3.4 Shiprepair and Shipbuilding Corporation

10.3.5 Morskiye i Neftegazovye Proyekty Group

10.3.6 OAO Nizhny Novgorod Motorship Factory

10.3.7 Okskaya Sudoverf (Oka Shipyard)

10.3.8 Verf Bratyev Nobel (Nobel Brothers Shipyard)

10.3.9 Krasnye Barrikady

10.3.10 Zelenodolsky Zavod Imeni A.M. Gorgoko (Zelenodolsk Gorky Shipyard)

10.4. Ukraine

10.4.1 Kherson Shipyard

10.4.2 OAO Black Sea Shipyard (Mykolaiv Shipyard)

10.5. Turkmenistan

10.5.1 Petronas Charigali

10.6. Latvia

10.6.1 Rigas Kugu Buvetava (Riga Shipyard, Latvia)

Appendix 2. Correlation between the Russian and US Classifications for Oil and Gas Reserves

Volume II the Baltic Sea and Russia’s Arctic Seas

1 Introduction

2 Key Conclusions of the Study

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

3.1.3 Kara Sea, the Ob and Taz Bay

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 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 ??? Rosneft (former projects of the Sintezneftegaz group)

6.2.2. Projects of OAO Severneftegaz

6.2.3. Prirazlomnoye Field

6.2.4. Dolginskoye field

6.2.5. Shtokmanovskoye Field

6.2.6. Medynsko-Varandeisky and Kolokolmorsky plots (formerly parts of the Barents-1 block, former projects of Arktikshelfneftegaz)

6.2.7. Barents-2

6.2.8. Barents-3

6.2.9. Barents-4

6.2.10. Barents-5

6.2.11. Barents-6

6.2.12. Barents-7

6.3. Kara Sea

6.3.1. Vostochno-Prinovozemelsky-1,2,3 license blocks

6.4. The Ob and Taz Bay

7 Forecast Volumes for Exploration and Production Drilling in the Offshore Areas of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora, and Kara Seas, the Ob and Taz Bay

7.1. Baltic Sea

7.2 Barents and Pechora Seas

7.3 Kara Sea 73

7.4 The Ob and Taz Bay

8 Forecast Hydrocarbon Production Volumes in the Offshore Areas of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora, Kara Seas and in the Areas of the Ob and Taz Bay

8.1. Baltic Sea

8.2 Barents and Pechora Seas

8.3 Kara Sea

8.4 The Ob and Taz Bay

9 Estimation of Demand for Sea Drilling Rigs and Platforms in the Offshore Areas of the Baltic, Barents, Pechora, Kara Seas and in the Areas of the Ob and Taz Bay

9.1. Baltic Sea

9.2 Barents and Pechora Seas

9.3 Kara Sea

9.4. The Ob and Taz Bay

Appendix 1. Correlation between the Russian and US Classifications for Oil and Gas Reserves

Appendix 2. Draft Program for Exploration of the Continental Shelf of the Russian Federation from 2012 through 2030

Volume III Seas of the Russian Far East

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 Offshore Gas and Oil Reserves and Resources in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk, and the Sea of Japan

4.1. Bering Sea

4.2. Sea of Okhotsk

4.3. Sea of Japan

5 Key Companies Operating in Offshore Areas of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan

5.1. Bering Sea

5.2 Sea of Okhotsk

5.3 Sea of Japan

6 List of the Largest Offshore Production Projects in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan

6.1. Bering Sea

6.1.1 Anadyr-1

6.1.2 Anadyr-2 and Anadyr-3

6.2 Sea of Okhotsk

6.2.1 West Kamchatka Shelf

6.2.2 Magadan-1,2,3, and 4

6.2.3 Koryakiya-1,2 and Kamchatsky-1

6.2.4 Khabarovsk 1,3

6.2.5 Sakhalin-1

6.2.6 Sakhalin-2

6.2.7 Sakhalin-3

6.2.8 Sakhalin-4, and -5

6.2.9 Lopukhovsky block

6.2.10 Sakhalin-6

6.2.11 Sakhalin-7

6.2.12. Lebedinsky block

6.2.13. Astrakhanovskoye-More - Nekrasovsky block

6.3 Sea of Japan

6.3.1 Sakhalin-8,9

6.3.2 Khabarovsk-2, and -4

7 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

8 Forecast of Oil and Gas Production in the Offshore Areas of the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan

8.1. Bering Sea

8.2 Sea of Okhotsk

8.3 Sea of Japan

9 Evaluation of the Demand for Offshore Drilling Rigs and Platforms in the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan

9.1. Bering Sea

9.2 Sea of Okhotsk

9.3 Sea of Japan

Appendix 1. Procurement System and Contractor Selection to Ensure Implementation of the Russian Offshore Projects

Appendix 2. Correlation between the Russian and US Classifications for Oil and Gas Reserves

- Baku Deepwater Jackets Factory

- McDermott Caspian Contractors (MCCI)

- Sadra Shipyard

- AKO BARRS Group

- Caspian Energy Group

- United Shipbuilding Corporation (OSK)

- Shiprepair and Shipbuilding Corporation

- Morskiye i Neftegazovye Proyekty Group

- OAO Nizhny Novgorod Motorship Factory

- Okskaya Sudoverf (Oka Shipyard)

- Verf Bratyev Nobel (Nobel Brothers Shipyard)

- Krasnye Barrikady

- Zelenodolsky Zavod Imeni A.M. Gorgoko (Zelenodolsk Gorky Shipyard)

- Kherson Shipyard

- OAO Black Sea Shipyard (Mykolaiv Shipyard)

- Petronas Charigali

- Rigas Kugu Buvetava (Riga Shipyard, Latvia)

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