Gazprom makes huge Siberian gas discovery

20/05/2019 09:16 Natural Gas

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Russia's state-owned Gazprom Friday announced a 17-trillion-cubic-foot gas discovery in Siberia, Kallanish Energy reports.

The Dinkova field, in the Rusanovsky license, holds recoverable reserves of 13.7 Tcf, while the Närmeiskoe field, in the Närmeisky license, holds 4.2 Tcf. Both are located offshore the Yamal Peninsula, in the Kara Sea.

 

Gazprom received permits for exploration in this area in 2013, and drilled two wells in 2018. The company is also operating the nearby Leningradsky and Rusanovsky fields.

Source: kallanishenergy.com

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