Rosneft has brought the level of utilization of associated gas in the RN-Sakhalinmorneftegaz up to 95%

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"RN-Sakhalinmorneftegaz" June 30, started a compressor station and a gas treatment plant Odoptu-Sea.

Entering the BCS Odoptu-sea allowed to July 2011 to raise the level of associated petroleum gas Odoptu-Sea and in the whole "RN-Sakhalinmorneftegaz" up to 95%.

Gas flows through the pipeline fishing "Odoptu — sea — Tungor" in the north of Sakhalin gas field.

Work was carried out in the framework of the Task gas program of "Rosneft". " The total cost of the construction of commercial gas amounted to over 2.3 billion rubles.

As the President of OAO "NK" Rosneft "Edward Hudaynatov," the purpose of the gas sold in the program — not just make use of associated gas at a rate of 95%, but to ensure maximum economic efficiency for the benefit of the shareholders through the use of associated gas for power generation, supply unified gas supply system to meet the needs of the domestic market as well as through the use of recycling and re-injected into oil reservoirs to maintain reservoir pressure. "

Prior to 2014, within the target gas program, which aims to achieve the level of utilization of associated gas 95%, will be built over 1,000 km of gas pipelines and compressor stations at the Komsomolsk, Kharampurskoe, Ob and Vankorsky and other fields. Total investment of "Rosneft" in the gas program, which is implemented in 2006, will be more than 120 billion rubles. In 2010, on the Ob field commissioned energy sector, working on associated petroleum gas and consisting of a gas preparation and gas-turbine power output of 180 MW. Now the company is building a gas pipeline from the Vankor field to Khalmerpayutinskoye joint project with OAO "LUKOIL" associated gas transportation system in OAO "Gazprom".

NK "Rosneft" considers the capitalization of the gas business as the major direction of its strategic development. The company has a significant potential for this — gas reserves of "Rosneft" in Russian classification of 3.2 bln. cubic meters

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