Rosneft’s assets in the Southern Federal District of Russia include RN-Krasnodarneftegaz, RN Stavropolneftegaz, Grozneftegaz, Dagneftegaz, Rosneft-Dagneft, RN-Ingushneft and several others.
RN-Krasnodarneftegaz operates 30 licence areas (with Rosneft as the subsoil user) in the Krasnodar Territory, the oldest oil producing region in European Russia. The bulk of proved reserves are concentrated in the Anastasievsko-Troitskoye and Mechetsko-Chernoyerkovskoye fields.
In 2019, RN-Krasnodarneftegaz produced 2.1 mmtoe of hydrocarbons, including 0.7 mmt of liquid hydrocarbons. To maintain production, the company develops weakly drained reserves by drilling new wells and sidetracks.
RN-Stavropolneftegaz operates 36 licence areas (with Rosneft as the subsoil user) in the Stavropol Territory. The bulk of proved reserves (70%) are concentrated in the Velichaevsko-Kolodeznoye, Zimne-Stavkinsko-Pravoberezhnoye, Achikulakskoye and Urozhaynenskoye fields.
In 2019, RN-Stavropolneftegaz produced 0.8 mmtoe of hydrocarbons, including 0.7 mmt of liquid hydrocarbons. The company focused on improved well management and production recovery initiatives, bringing down the rate of basic production decline by 0.6% year-on-year. Since 2012, RN-Stavropolneftegaz has been developing weakly drained reserves in the Jurassic formations by drilling new wells while also proceeding with its prospecting and appraisal efforts.