Progress on the Programme to Increase APG Utilisation Rates
In 2019, the APG utilisation rate for mature assets, excluding greenfield projects and fields under development where gas infrastructure is yet to be erected, reached 93.8%, up 1.0% year-on-year. If greenfield projects at early stages of development are excluded, the APG utilisation rate stands at 89.3%. If fields under development and greenfield projects at early stages of development are included, the APG utilisation rate amounts to 77.8%.
23 APG utilisation facilities were completed in 2019, including:
- 18 MW gas turbine power plant commissioned at Kondaneft’s Zapadno-Erginskoye field;
- compressor station at the oil treatment unit and vacuum compressor station at the preliminary water discharge facility of the Dvurechenskoye field operated by Tomskneft VNK;
- compressor station at the Pravdinskoye field, low-stage compressor station at the preliminary water discharge facility of booster pump station No. 4 of the Malobalykskoye field, and low-stage compressor station at the booster pump station with a preliminary water discharge facility at well pad 354 operated by RN-Yuganskneftegaz.
Other facilities provide for APG gathering, treatment and transportation.
In 2019, APG utilisation improvement projects at Bashneft-Dobycha helped achieve a 95% utilisation rate.
Maintaining APG utilisation rate at the Vankor field at 98.8%. 2019 saw 30 bcm of gas supplied to Gazprom since April 2014
Maintaining APG utilisation rate at RN-Purneftegaz at 99.2%
Gas production rose by 2.7% year-on-year on the back of higher gas supplies to processing facilities
Production rose by 2.4% year-on-year on the back of higher APG supplies to processing facilities. Maintaining APG utilisation rate at the Samotlor field at 98.4%
A compressor station with an annual capacity of 500 mmcm commissioned at the Pravdinskoye field
Gas production rose by 21.4% year-on-year on the back of well construction and completion at the Em-Egovskoye field and higher APG supplies to processing facilities