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EastRussia Bulletin: Gazprom Shows Interest in the Subsurface in the Irkutsk Region

EastRussia Bulletin: Gazprom Shows Interest in the Subsurface in the Irkutsk Region
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OOO Gazprom Geologorazvedka plans to develop technical and economic proposals for the development of the Chitorminsky, Ilirsky, Tutrsky areas, as well as the Naryaginsky field in the Irkutsk region. For these purposes, the company plans to spend 11,7 million rubles, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin. Tenders for the development of the necessary documentation should be announced before the end of this year.

The Chitorminsky subsoil is located in the Nizhneilimsky and Ust-Kutsky districts, its resources are 400 thousand tons of oil and 12,9 billion cubic meters of gas. Centrosibnedra attempted to license this section last year, but there were no applications for it. The reserves of the Ilirsky site, located on the territory of Tulunsky, Bratsk, Nizhneudinsky and Kuytunsky districts, in 60 km from the ESPO pipeline, are estimated at 800 thousand tons of oil and 118,3 billion cubic meters of gas. The site in 2016 was played at an auction, but there were no buyers for it at that time.

The Tutra sector is located closest to the main area in the region - the Kovykta gas field of Gazprom in the Zhigalovsky region. Previously, it belonged to LLC SibGaz. As for the Naryaginskoye field, it was previously owned by the Irkutsk Oil Company, but this year the INC refused the license due to the remote location of the site from its main assets and the lack of gas transmission infrastructure.

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