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Tatneft is a Russian vertically integrated oil and gas company with headquarters in the city of Almetyevsk, in the Republic of Tatarstan. It is the sixth largest oil company in Russia. Wikipedia.


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News Article | November 10, 2016
Site: www.PR.com

"Russia Midstream Oil and Gas Industry Outlook to 2021: Market Forecasts for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Oil Storage, Underground Gas Storage and Gas Processing" is a comprehensive report on the midstream oil and gas industry in Russia. The report provides oil production, consumption and exports from 2000 to 2020. The report provides natural gas production, consumption, exports and imports from 2000 to 2020. Albany, NY, November 10, 2016 --( Get Free Sample Report: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=855944 The report begins with a basic overview of the oil and gas industry. Midstream oil and gas is a major segment of oil and gas industry operations which involves the transportation, storage, and wholesale marketing of the products. Also, pipelines are used to move the products from production sites to refineries and deliver them to downstream distributors. In the report, Russian LNG Industry and Pipeline industry are also very well defined along with storage capacity, active & planned assets, crude oil and NGL oil pipelines. Russia is hub to some of the largest integrated oil and gas firms in the entire world. All these largest oil companies maintain important upstream, downstream and midstream oil and gas maneuvers, including production divisions, petroleum refineries and petrochemical plants, and retail service stations. Russia set a historic record last year beating the Soviets with daily oil production at 10.7 million barrels per day (MBPD). Top companies listed in the Oil and Gas Industry of Russia are as follows, • Rosneft • Lukoil • Gazprom Neft • Surgutneftegas • Tatneft According to the research analysis, the buyer can infer the results of operations throughout the industry, current results of certain companies, their short-term and medium-term growth opportunities. The research report provide more lucid commentary from oil and gas industry executives regarding the current situation and their future business plans for the forecast of 2016 to 2020. The research is based on primary and secondary methodologies and under the acknowledgement of experts who shared their vision of the present state of affairs and the point of view for the oil and gas business. Browse Full info with TOC in a PDF Format: https://goo.gl/tzX0vI At the end of the report key trends analysis, strategies and assignments being scheduled by firms, investors and administrations are also analyzed along with the feasibility of new projects in Russia oil and gas markets. The research study also provides the buyer about competitor’s major LNG terminals, oil storage terminals, underground gas storage facilities, major trunk pipelines, and gas processing plants in the country. It acts as a valuable source of guidance to the new entrants for those who are interested in the market. About Market Research Hub: Market Research Hub (MRH) is a next-generation reseller of research reports and analysis. MRH’s expansive collection of market research reports has been carefully curated to help key personnel and decision makers across industry verticals to clearly visualize their operating environment and take strategic steps. MRH functions as an integrated platform for the following products and services: Objective and sound market forecasts, qualitative and quantitative analysis, incisive insight into defining industry trends, and market share estimates. Our reputation lies in delivering value and world-class capabilities to our clients. Contact Details: 90 State Street, Albany, NY 12207, United States Toll Free: 866-997-4948 (US-Canada) Tel: +1-518-621-2074 Email: press@marketresearchhub.com Website: http://www.marketresearchhub.com Albany, NY, November 10, 2016 --( PR.com )-- Market Research Hub has recently announced a new report to its repository, titled “Russia Midstream Oil and Gas Industry Outlook to 2021: Market Forecasts for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Oil Storage, Pipelines, Underground Gas Storage and Gas Processing.” It is a comprehensive report on Russian midstream oil and gas industry. The report provides oil production, natural gas production, consumption and exports from 2000 to 2020.Get Free Sample Report: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=855944The report begins with a basic overview of the oil and gas industry. Midstream oil and gas is a major segment of oil and gas industry operations which involves the transportation, storage, and wholesale marketing of the products. Also, pipelines are used to move the products from production sites to refineries and deliver them to downstream distributors. In the report, Russian LNG Industry and Pipeline industry are also very well defined along with storage capacity, active & planned assets, crude oil and NGL oil pipelines.Russia is hub to some of the largest integrated oil and gas firms in the entire world. All these largest oil companies maintain important upstream, downstream and midstream oil and gas maneuvers, including production divisions, petroleum refineries and petrochemical plants, and retail service stations. Russia set a historic record last year beating the Soviets with daily oil production at 10.7 million barrels per day (MBPD). Top companies listed in the Oil and Gas Industry of Russia are as follows,• Rosneft• Lukoil• Gazprom Neft• Surgutneftegas• TatneftAccording to the research analysis, the buyer can infer the results of operations throughout the industry, current results of certain companies, their short-term and medium-term growth opportunities. The research report provide more lucid commentary from oil and gas industry executives regarding the current situation and their future business plans for the forecast of 2016 to 2020. The research is based on primary and secondary methodologies and under the acknowledgement of experts who shared their vision of the present state of affairs and the point of view for the oil and gas business.Browse Full info with TOC in a PDF Format: https://goo.gl/tzX0vIAt the end of the report key trends analysis, strategies and assignments being scheduled by firms, investors and administrations are also analyzed along with the feasibility of new projects in Russia oil and gas markets. The research study also provides the buyer about competitor’s major LNG terminals, oil storage terminals, underground gas storage facilities, major trunk pipelines, and gas processing plants in the country. It acts as a valuable source of guidance to the new entrants for those who are interested in the market.About Market Research Hub:Market Research Hub (MRH) is a next-generation reseller of research reports and analysis. MRH’s expansive collection of market research reports has been carefully curated to help key personnel and decision makers across industry verticals to clearly visualize their operating environment and take strategic steps.MRH functions as an integrated platform for the following products and services: Objective and sound market forecasts, qualitative and quantitative analysis, incisive insight into defining industry trends, and market share estimates. Our reputation lies in delivering value and world-class capabilities to our clients.Contact Details:90 State Street,Albany, NY 12207,United StatesToll Free: 866-997-4948 (US-Canada)Tel: +1-518-621-2074Email: press@marketresearchhub.comWebsite: http://www.marketresearchhub.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Market Research Hub


PKN ORLEN has purchased 1 million barrels of Iranian Light oil. It will be delivered to Naftoport in Gdańsk in January, to be then transported to the PKN ORLEN refinery in Płock. Płock, Poland, 15-Dec-2016 — /EuropaWire/ — The newly initiated cooperation with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) fits into PKN ORLEN’s oil procurement strategy designed to build commercial relations with the world’s largest oil producers and open to different supply sources. Over the past two years the Company started to source different types of crude from the Persian Gulf (Iraq, Saudi Arabia). Since mid-2016, oil from Arab producers has been constantly a part of the PKN ORLEN refinery’s feedstock portfolio, and the contract entered into with Saudi Aramco in May was extended for another year in November. The processing of the feedstock most recently delivered from Iran will be a basis for further plans regarding supplies from that direction. The current situation in the market opens the way to engaging in partnerships with alternative suppliers, which will help improve flexibility and efficiency of oil procurement planning for the ORLEN Group. The Company’s refineries are now supplied with the feedstock under long-term contracts with Rosneft Oil Company, Tatneft Europe AG and Saudi Aramco. With its technological configuration, PKN ORLEN’s plants can process more than 80 types of oil from different parts of the world.


Khisamov R.S.,Tatneft
Neftyanoe Khozyaistvo - Oil Industry | Year: 2014

In 2006, Tatneft OAO initiated application of the steam-assisted gravity drainage technology to develop the reserves of the Ashalchinskoye shallow heavy oil field. The paper presents analysis of pilot production. Field performance testifies to success of the heavy oil development project and practical feasibility of 70% of ultimate oil recovery.


Akhmetgareev V.,Tatneft | Khisamov R.,Tatneft
SPE - European Formation Damage Conference, Proceedings, EFDC | Year: 2015

Low-salinity waterflooding (LSW) and its effect on oil recovery factor have been studied around the world during the last 30 years. Low-salinity/fresh water was used in the initial stage of waterflooding because of deficiency of produced water. The Pervomaiskoye oil field in Republic of Tatarstan is one of the examples. Waterflooding started in 1966. Water was taken from the nearest water source, the Kama River. After more than 40 years, about two PVI has been injected, and 30.1% of this injected water was low-salinity. This paper presents the results of laboratory study of double core flooding using high-salinity (formation) and low-salinity (river) water. Two plugs were taken with the clay content of about 0.8% and 0.1% and the permeabilities of 432 and 291 mD, respectively. Dead oil was used with the viscosity of 37.5 mPa.s. TDS values were about 252,738 ppm for high-salinity water and 848 ppm for low-salinity water. Dry and vacuumed plugs were saturated, first, with high-salinity water, then, with oil, to simulate connate water saturation; then, oil was displaced with the same water. After this, the cores wre restored to the connate water by a secondary oil flood, and finally, LSW was simulated. In both cases, oil recovery was recorded and fines release was analyzed. Processing of the low-salinity corefloods data by a numerical model shows a two-fold decrease of water relative permeability for the first plug and 1.5 times reduce of residual oil saturation for the second plug. Fines release and formation damage was observed in the first plug and wettability alteration in the second plug. Oil relative permeability didn't change. Also, the unusual behavior of water relative permeability in response to low-salinity waterflood was observed, namely, it decreased at water saturation values more than 0.4. To investigate the low-salinity EOR effect seven pilots on the Pervomaiskoye field were analyzed, with high-salinity waterflooding following LSW. Incremental oil recovery for these pilots, that has been achieved by now, is approximately 5-9%. Calculations of low-salinity EOR effect in the field show that LSW through 96 injectors ensures to date the incremental recovery factor of 3-4%. The reservoir 3D model of five-spot pattern for the Pervomaiskoye field for fines-assisted waterflooding gave incremental oil recovery by 5-11%. The laboratory relative permeabilities were used in the model. Incremental oil recovery depends on the number of the flooded layers. Copyright 2015, Society of Petroleum Engineers.


Khisamov R.,Tatneft | Akhmetgareev V.,Tatneft
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference | Year: 2015

The technology of multistage fracturing of horizontal wells for the development of low-permeability reservoirs has gained wide acceptance. The performance of multistage fracturing treatments may vary significantly: one treatment may yield large initial oil production rates but rapid increase of water cut and low ultimate oil recovery, while the other treatment may result in low oil production rates but moderate water cut increase and higher oil recovery. The purpose of this study is to establish the technologies aimed at achieving the utmost production performance of low-permeability reservoirs; namely, maximum initial oil production rates and oil recoveries. This paper considers three patented technologies which have been designed based on the results of reservoir simulation modeling and actual multistage fracturing performance data in real wells. These technologies have comprised the following research results: the most efficient wellbore orientation and well spacing, optimal angles (30° to 60°) between maximum in-situ stress vector and horizontal wellbore direction as well as between multiple hydraulic fractures, displacement front and natural fractures; appropriate number of fracturing stages N (N1L/100, where L is horizontal length) and induced fracture spacing (10 to 100 m), well operation conditions depending on reservoir pressure reduction in the course of reservoir development (up to 3% a year) etc. Numerical reservoir simulation studies have shown incremental oil recoveries of 2-5% as compared to the existing technologies of multistage fracturing in horizontal wells. Actual field data from Well 2917G penetrating the Domanic deposits of the Bavlinskoye field suggest sufficiently high oil production rates and low water cut when hydraulic fractures propagate at 45- degree angle with respect to horizontal wellbore. In recent years, boosting production performance of low-permeability (up to 2 mD) oil reservoirs has become one of top-priority tasks in Russia owing to mineral extraction tax incentives. The proposed technologies enable enhanced oil production from such low-permeability oil-saturated reservoirs and increased production rates through improvement of sweep efficiency. Copyright 2015, Society of Petroleum Engineers.


Khisamov R.S.,Tatneft
Neftyanoe Khozyaystvo - Oil Industry | Year: 2015

Development of the geodynamic monitoring system in the south-eastern part of Tatarstan began in the 80s of the last century, when running of seismological observations was started. The complex of leveling and satellite systems' observations was organized in the south-eastern part of the Republic of Tatarstan. Each system solves its own part of the problem to identify deformation processes. The projected regional leveling network constitutes 23 closed polygons with the total length of leads amounting to 1600 km.


Iktissanov V.A.,Tatneft
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Russian Oil and Gas Technical Conference and Exhibition 2010, RO and G 10 | Year: 2010

Nowadays nonconventional wells (horizontal, multilateral, Rad Tech and others) are being extensively drilled throughout the world for the development of low-profit fields. Construction of these wells enables to reduce filtration resistivity resulting in productivity index increase and costs reduction. To select the optimal well design with regard to reservoir characteristics, effective well operation and determination of filtration characteristics one should possess calculation methods for steady and unsteady liquid flow in reservoir. Few related papers have been published so far. However analytical methods for steady flowing are suitable for homogeneous beds with simple geometry and equal length laterals. Available approaches for description of pressure build up allow to account for various lateral trajectories but FEA or semi-analytical decisions methods are too labor-intensive for practical application. Therefore simple methods of productivity index determination and pressure transient test interpretation are suggested for nonconventional wells. These methods are suitable for low thickness beds. The basis of these methods is the superposition of filtration resistivity for two plane problems. Trajectory of laterals is simulated as a number of closely spaced vertical wells or nodes. The suggested method allows determining the field of application and regularities for nonconventional wells. Dimensionless fluid-movement profile calculated from steady fluid flow and a superposition method for pressure builds up in the nodes are used for determination of pressure build up. For description of build up in a node we recommend a diffusion equation in Laplace space and Stephest numerical algorithm. The problem is solved for porous and doublt porosity reservoirs. Numerical calculations show that cross-flows occur after the horizontal or multilateral well shut-down. Pressure derivative maximum testifies to low effective length of the borehole or positive skin-effect. Knowledge of effective intervals length is critical to pressure curve interpretation. Copyright 2010, Society of Petroleum Engineers.


A method of well casing permitting thermal oil recovery includes drilling a wellbore to the top of productive formation, casing the wellbore with a casing string, drilling through the productive with a smaller diameter bit, running in a sand screen to the productive formation and subsequent drainage or heat carrier injection into the formation. The sand screen contains longitudinally-corrugated pipes with slots, mutually connected by the end cylindrical portions with a limited longitudinal shift possibility. Besides, the sand screen slots are internally hermetically sealed with a thermoplastic material. Running-in of the screen down to the target depth, include creating an internal excess pressure to expand the sand screen along its entire length except for cylindrical sections, fixing and hermetical anchoring to the casing. Pumping-in of a heat-carrier, under influence of which the thermoplastic material melts up, unseals the slots.


Patent
Tatneft | Date: 2012-11-20

A wedge deflecting device useful in drilling and workover operations on oil and gas wells. The device includes a cutting tool connected to the upper portion of the wedge by means of the shear element provided with an external circular groove, located below the wedge deflecting surface, and with a transverse slot in its upper part, the cutting tool having a longitudinal cylinder and a downwards spring-biased piston, inserted into the cylinder; above lower seal elements and below the spring the piston has a wedge nose which corresponds to a transverse slot of the shear element. Below the piston, the cylinder communicates with the drill string and the supply tube, and above-the-piston space communicates with the borehole interior. The cutting tool is provided with a radial inward spring-biased locking element, arranged to be able to fix the piston in its top position, where the piston is located above the shear element.


News Article | December 22, 2015
Site: www.forbes.com

An employee stands beneath illuminated pipework in the crude oil processing facility at the "TANECO" refining and petrochemical plant, operated by Tatneft OAO, in Nizhenekamsk, Russia, on Thursday, July 30, 2015. The country's oil producers increasingly have to look to remote regions in the Arctic and Eastern Siberia to raise

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