Performance
review
1

Srednevaysky block

2

Severo-Vaysky block

3

Karabashsky-84

4

Yuzhno-Zimny block

5

Zapadno-Zimny block

Alexander Zhagrin field

  • 111 mt of initially recoverable reserves
  • 2,300 m — 2,600 m depth of productive formations
  • 70% of high-tech horizontal wells
  • 6.5 mtpa peak production (by 2024)
  • 54 production wells (920 wells by 2028)

5,000+ SQ KM
Total area of the blocks
840+ MT
Geological reserves of the cluster
A new major production cluster

This new cluster will form one of the key areas of growth to support our production in Western Siberia. Thanks to cutting-edge exploration technologies, the Alexander Zhagrin field was brought into development in just two years, which is significantly faster than the industry average.

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Project timeline

2017

Discovery of the Alexander Zhagrin field

2018

Acquisition of the SeveroVaysky and Srednevaysky blocks

2019

Commercial production startup at the Alexander Zhagrin field

2020

Acquisition of the Karabashsky-84 block

2024

Peak production at the Alexander Zhagrin field

2029

Completion of exploration campaigns across all blocks

1
Continuous catalyst regeneration section

production of components for high-octane gasolines

2
Primary oil processing section

desalter crude/vacuum distillation unit

3
Diesel hydrotreater and dewaxing unit section

production of summer and winter grades of diesel fuel

4
Gas fractionation section

production of liquefied gases

The launch of EURO+ significantly increased the refinery’s operational performance, cost eectiveness, reliability and safety, while considerably reducing its environmental footprint.

Advanced full-cycle production complex

For the first time in Russia, a single complex covers a full cycle from crude oil treatment to the production of gasoline, diesel fuel and jet fuel.

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40% Growth
in diesel fuel output
11% Reduction
in environmental impact
6 mtpa
refining volume
Full
digital twin of production
15,000
advanced smart sensors
15% growth
production of high-octane gasoline
2 x growth
in jet fuel output