“Gazpromneft-Vostok” launched gas infrastructure facilities in the North part of the Tomsk region
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- Investment News
- Year 2020
The “Gazpromneft-Vostok” commissioned the gas transportation system of the Urmano-Archinskaya group of fields and the Yuzhno-Pudinsky license area. The new infrastructure provides gas transportation from the fields of the Yuzhno-Pudinsky license area and the Archinsky field to the booster pipeline pumping station of the Archinsky field (BPPS).
Within the framework project the “Gazpromneft-Vostok” constructed the following objects: the booster compressor station of the Urmanskoye field, a high-pressure gas pipeline with the length of 97 km between the Urmanskoye and Shinginskoye fields, an 18-kilometer gas pipeline between the booster pipeline pumping station and the booster compressor station, as well as vacuum compressor stations at the oil treatment facilities of the Archinsky and Urmanskoye fields.
The total investment in the project amounted to about 6.7 billion rubles. The production capacity of the gas infrastructure is 400 million cubic meters of gas per year. The creation of the gas transportation system of the Urmano-Archinskaya group of fields and the Yuzhno-Pudinsky license area has become one of the largest investment projects in the Tomsk region in recent years.
“By launching gas infrastructure facilities at the Urmanskoye field, the “Gazpromneft-Vostok” has once again proved its commitment to standards of high economic efficiency and environmental responsibility,” the Governor Sergey Zhvachkin commented on the commissioning of new facilities.
“The created gas transportation system brings the “Gazpromneft-Vostok” to a new level of technological effectiveness of the production. In addition, the high level of associated petroleum gas utilization indicates the high efficiency of our business and minimizes the impact on the region’s ecological system, which is an absolute priority for the company,” the General Director of the “Gazpromneft-Vostok” Konstantin Karabadzhak claimed.