Map of Key Assets and Promising Projects of the Company’s Gas Business

Rospan is the Company’s key hub for long-term hydrocarbon production growth through to 2020. In 2017, natural gas production amounted to 6.45 bcm.

The target annual production is over 19 bcm of natural gas and approximately 5 mmt of gas condensate and oil, while the target production of industrial propane/butane mixture amounts to 1.3 mmt with potential for further production growth.

As at 1 January 2018, the total recoverable AB1C1 + B2C2 reserves at the Vostochno-Urengoysky, Novo-Urengoysky, and Resursny license areas of Rospan International amounted to 1 tcm of gas and over 200 mmt of gas condensate and oil.

The Company’s largest gas-producing asset in 2017, with its production totaling 12.58 bcm.

In 2017, production increased by 0.44 bcm year-on-year, primarily due to new well start-ups and optimization of the existing well operations.

In the short term, the Company plans to continue implementing production maintenance programs at existing fields and developing its project to produce gas from the lower deposits of the Beregovoye field. In the medium term, annual gas production is projected to reach 17 bcm.

Total production of 8.4 bcm.

Total production of 6.07 bcm.

The high gas production level was achieved by reactivating the Barsukovskoye field well pads.

Production of natural gas liquids (NGLNGL – natural gas liquids.) from APG increased by 39% compared to 2016, amounting to 97 thousand tonnes through the Tarasovskaya gas condensate treatment plant.

Total production of 5.82 bcm.

The APG utilization rate at the Samotlor field was maintained at a level above 97%.

Total production of 4.64 bcm.

The Chupalsky license area and the Moskovtsev and Kuzovatkinskoye fields were commissioned, while the rate of APG utilization has been maintained at 98%.

Total production of 3.97 bcm.

Gas production increased by 16.8% compared to 2016, due to the commissioning of new gas wells at the Severo-Varyoganskoye field and higher gas delivery through the Tyumenskaya compressor station following its revamping.

The enterprise has significant free gas and gas cap reserves.

Total production of 2.47 bcm.

Krasnodarneftegaz is the key gas-producing asset in Southern Russia, producing both natural and associated petroleum gas.

Total production of 1.79 bcm, a 12.6% increase compared to 2016 due to the construction and commissioning of new wells at the Yem-Yegovskoye field.

Total production of 1.74 bcm.

The enterprise totaled a 93.8% rate of APG utilization – a 2.9 percentage points increase from 2016. The results are in line with the Company’s continued program to increase its APG utilization rates, for which gas transportation infrastructure facilities were built, such as the pipelines “Alatorka Gas Processing Plant – Ilyino Modular Pump Station” and “Ilyino PWDU – Iskra Block Modular Power Plant”, among a number of other facilities.

Both Rosneft and its partner, LUKOIL, develop the Trebs and Titov fields in the Timan-Pechora oil and gas province. Facilities aiding the increase of APG utilization rates are currently under construction.

Supplies gas to consumers in the Irkutsk Region.

Production centers offering high added value products. The Zaykinsky GPP and the Pokrovskaya gas treatment plant merged in 2017 to enhance performance, following their spin-off from Orenburgneft and formation of a new enterprise named LLC RN-Buzuluksky GPP.

The subsidiary LLC RN-YuganskGazPererabotka was established to carry out the construction project of the Maysky gas processing complex, where design activities and surveys have begun.

A joint venture with ALLTECH Group.

Field surveys were completed near the De-Kastri settlement and the Nevelskoy Strait during the 2017 season, and optimization projects aimed at reducing investment costs while increasing the efficiency of the plant’s construction were carried out.

One of Rosneft’s most crucial active gas business development projects.

FEED is being completed, production wells are being drilled, preparatory activities have begun, and contractors have been mobilized to build an outbound has pipeline.

Following the start-up of the Cenomanian deposits development, gas production will reach approximately 11 bcm per annum in the medium term. The use of cutting-edge technology will provide a full-scale development of the Turonian deposit’s hard-to-recover reserves, with a potential for further production growth of up to 24 bcm.

A promising project.

Following the launch of development on this group of fields, gas production is expected to reach about 11 bcm per year in the long term, with potential for further growth of up to 16 bcm per year.

A promising gas production project in the northern part of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area; further exploration of reserves is currently underway on the Gydan Peninsula.

A promising project to develop one of the largest oil and gas condensate fields with strong gas potential in the south of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

A promising project to develop an oil and gas condensate field with large gas production potential in the Irkutsk Region.

A promising project to develop the Srednebotuobinskoye oil and gas condensate field in Yakutia.

A promising gas production project in the Krasnoyarsk Territory at the stage of further exploration of reserves.

A promising gas production project on the Sakhalin shelf.

Supply gas to consumers in the Sakhalin Region and the Khabarovsk Territory.