Offshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022The purpose of this research report is to analyze offshore...
2 Key Findings Of The Study2.1. Forecasting Methodology2.2. Findings On The Scope Of Exploration And Production Drilling2....
4.2. Black Sea4.2.1 Georgias And Abkhazias Sectors4.2.2 Russian Sector4.2.3 Ukrainian Sector4.3. Sea Of Azov4.3.1 Russians...
7.1.1 Azerbaijans Sector7.1.2 Kazakhstans Sector7.1.3 Russian Sector7.1.4 Turkmenistans Sector7.1.5 Aggregates For The Cas...
1.2 Mcdermott Caspian Contractors (mcci)2. Iran2.1 Sadra Shipyard3. Kazakhstan3.1 Ersai Caspian Contractor Llp4 Latvia4.1 ...
1 Introduction2 Key Conclusions Of The Study3 General Information On The Regions3.1. Geographical, Natural And Climatic En...
6.3. The Ob And Taz Bay7 Forecast Volumes For Exploration And Production Drilling In The Offshore Areas Of The Baltic, Bar...
5.9. Zelenodolsky Zavod Imeni A.m. Gorgoko (zelenodolsk Gorky Shipyard)5.10. Zao Vostochny Offshore Structures Constructio...
5.3 Sea Of Japan6 List Of The Largest Offshore Production Projects In The Bering Sea, The Sea Of Okhotsk And The Sea OfJap...
1 Azerbaijan1.1 Baku Deepwater Jackets Factory1.2 Mcdermott Caspian Contractors (mcci)2. Iran2.1 Sadra Shipyard10.3. Kazak...
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The purpose of this research report is to analyze offshore production projects based in Russia, CIS countries and Georgia in the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, the Sea of Azov and the Baltic Sea, in the Russian Arctic and Far East shelf.

Since 2005, RPI has systematically analyzed the status of offshore projects. Indeed, this is the fourth time this report has been updated with the latest editions focusing on the requirements of production companies for technological equipment and services provided by contractors. Each successive edition builds on the cumulative knowledge base and data gleaned in the process of ongoing oil and gas market research.

The latest report on offshore hydrocarbon production projects was issued at the beginning of 2012. Thus, although only a little more than a year has passed since the last report, we decided it was time to update the topic of offshore O&G production. The reason for this was a major shift in the financial and technological implementation of many projects, as well as licensing and legislative regulation of projects, first and foremost, in Russia.

Since the last update, many projects have been closed or rolled back, other projects have been unexpectedly resumed, many field licenses have been issued to subsoil users, while sweeping legislative and taxation amendments have also been made. Specifically, such high-profile projects as Kashagan are finally due to start up in the Caspian Sea and the Prirazlomnoye field in the Russian Arctic in 2013, while several large international companies commenced operations on the Russian shelf in 2012-2013, thus rapidly propelling the development of license blocks.

The report again devotes special attention to such key project issues as timelines for implementation, drilling volumes and platform requirements, since this approach makes it possible to assess the value of the market and other types of oil and gas equipment.

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  1. 1. Offshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022The purpose of this research report is to analyze offshore production projects based in Russia, CIS countriesand Georgia in the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, the Sea of Azov and the Baltic Sea, in the Russian Arctic andFar East shelf.Since 2005, RPI has systematically analyzed the status of offshore projects. Indeed, this is the fourth time thisreport has been updated with the latest editions focusing on the requirements of production companies fortechnological equipment and services provided by contractors. Each successive edition builds on thecumulative knowledge base and data gleaned in the process of ongoing oil and gas market research.The latest report on offshore hydrocarbon production projects was issued at the beginning of 2012. Thus,although only a little more than a year has passed since the last report, we decided it was time to update thetopic of offshore O&G production. The reason for this was a major shift in the financial and technologicalimplementation of many projects, as well as licensing and legislative regulation of projects, first and foremost,in Russia.Since the last update, many projects have been closed or rolled back, other projects have been unexpectedlyresumed, many field licenses have been issued to subsoil users, while sweeping legislative and taxationamendments have also been made. Specifically, such high-profile projects as Kashagan are finally due to startup in the Caspian Sea and the Prirazlomnoye field in the Russian Arctic in 2013, while several largeinternational companies commenced operations on the Russian shelf in 2012-2013, thus rapidly propelling thedevelopment of license blocks.The report again devotes special attention to such key project issues as timelines for implementation, drillingvolumes and platform requirements, since this approach makes it possible to assess the value of the marketand other types of oil and gas equipment.The report consists of three volumes:The Caspian Sea, Black and Azov Seas The Baltic Sea and Russian Arctic Seas Seas of the Russian FarEastThe key sections of the report include:update on the state of projects, implementation or wind-up plans; news about players intention to enter orpull out of projects; 2013-2020 production forecasts for the various projects (and marine sectors) with abreakdown into possible scenarios; 2013-2020 forecasts of development and production drilling with abreakdown into marine sectors, projects, players and possible timeframes for execution of drilling works;2013-2020 forecasts about the requirements for drilling rigs and production platforms with a breakdown intomarine sectors and projects.The report provides an assessment of the current state of offshore projects and offers a forecast of drillingvolumes in terms of projects and years, requirements for offshore drilling platforms and production platforms,tracing their logical connection with the logistics of future hydrocarbon suppliestable Of Content1 IntroductionOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  2. 2. 2 Key Findings Of The Study2.1. Forecasting Methodology2.2. Findings On The Scope Of Exploration And Production Drilling2.2.1. Caspian Sea2.2.2. Black Sea2.2.3. Sea Of Azov2.3. Conclusions On Production Rates2.3.1. Caspian Sea2.3.2. Black Sea2.3.3. Sea Of Azov2.4. Conclusions On Platform Market Size2.4.1. Caspian Sea2.4.2. Black Sea And Sea Of Azov3 Regional Overview3.1. Geographic, Natural And Weather Conditions In The Offshore Areas Of The Caspian And Black SeasAnd The Sea Of Azov3.1.1. Caspian Sea3.1.2. Black Sea3.1.3. Sea Of Azov3.2. Problem Of Maritime Boundary Delimitation3.2.1. Caspian Sea3.2.2. Black Sea3.2.3. Sea Of Azov3.3. Legislative Control Of Offshore Oil And Gas Production In Certain Countries Of The Commonwealth OfIndependent States3.3.1 Azerbaijan3.3.2 Georgia3.3.3 Kazakhstan3.3.4 Russian Federation3.3.5 Turkmenistan3.3.6 Ukraine4 Offshore Hydrocarbon Reserves And Resources In The Caspian And Black Seas And The Sea Of Azov4.1. Caspian Sea4.1.1 Azerbaijans Sector4.1.2 Kazakhstans Sector4.1.3 Russian Sector4.1.4 Turkmenistans SectorOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  3. 3. 4.2. Black Sea4.2.1 Georgias And Abkhazias Sectors4.2.2 Russian Sector4.2.3 Ukrainian Sector4.3. Sea Of Azov4.3.1 Russiansector4.3.2 Ukrainian Sector5 Principal Companies Involved In Offshore Production In The Caspian And Black Seas And The Sea OfAzov5.1. Caspian Sea5.1.1 Azerbaijans Sector5.1.2 Kazakhstans Sector5.1.3 Russian Sector5.1.4 Turkmenistans Sector5.2. Black Sea5.2.1 Georgian And Abkhazias Sectors5.2.2 Russian Sector5.2.3 Ukrainian Sector5.3. Sea Of Azov5.3.1 Russian Sector5.3.2 Ukrainian Sector6 Offshore Exploration And Production Projects In The Caspian And Black Seas And The Sea Of Azov6.1. Caspian Sea6.1.1 Azerbaijans Sector6.1.2 Kazakhstans Sector6.1.3 Russian Sector6.1.4 Turkmenistans Sector6.2. Black Sea6.2.1 Georgias And Abkhazias Sectors6.2.2 Russian Sector6.2.3 Ukrainian Sector6.3. Sea Of Azov6.3.1 Russian Sector6.3.2 Ukrainian Sector7 Forecast Of Exploration And Production Drilling In Offshore Caspian And Black Seas And The Sea OfAzov7.1. Caspian SeaOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  4. 4. 7.1.1 Azerbaijans Sector7.1.2 Kazakhstans Sector7.1.3 Russian Sector7.1.4 Turkmenistans Sector7.1.5 Aggregates For The Caspian Sea7.2. Black Sea7.2.1 Georgias And Abkhazias Sectors7.2.2 Russian Sector7.2.3 Ukrainian Sector7.2.4 Aggregates For The Black Sea Offshore7.3. Sea Of Azov7.3.1 Russian Sector7.3.2 Ukrainian Sector7.3.3 Aggregates For The Sea Of Azov8 Forecast Of Hydrocarbon Production In The Caspian And Black Seas And The Sea Of Azov Offshore8.1. Caspian Sea8.1.1 Azerbaijans Sector8.1.2 Kazakhstans Sector8.1.3 Russian Sector8.1.4 Turkmenistans Sector8.2. Black Sea8.2.1 Georgias And Abkhazias Sectors8.2.2 Russian Sector8.2.3 Ukrainian Sector8.3. Sea Of Azov8.3.1 Russian Sector8.3.2 Ukrainian Sector9 Estimated Demand For Offshore Drilling Rigs And Platforms In The Caspian And Black Seas And The SeaOf Azov9.1. Caspian Sea9.2 Black Sea And The Sea Of Azovappendix 1. List Of Companies That Can Supply Drilling Hardware And Platforms For Offshore FieldDevelopment1 Azerbaijan1.1 Baku Deepwater Jackets FactoryOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  5. 5. 1.2 Mcdermott Caspian Contractors (mcci)2. Iran2.1 Sadra Shipyard3. Kazakhstan3.1 Ersai Caspian Contractor Llp4 Latvia4.1 Rigas Kugu Buvetava (?? Riga Shipyard, Latvia)5 Russia5.1 Ako Barrs Group5.2 Caspian Energy Group5.3. United Shipbuilding Corporation (osk)5.4. Shiprepair And Shipbuilding Corporation5.5 Morskiye I Neftegazovye Proyekty Group5.6. Okskaya Sudoverf (oka Shipyard)5.7. Verf Bratyev Nobel (nobel Brothers Shipyard)5.8. Krasnye Barrikady5.9. Zelenodolsky Zavod Imeni A.m. Gorgoko (zelenodolsk Gorky Shipyard)5.10. Zao Vostochny Offshore Structures Construction Yard6 Ukraine6.1. Kherson Shipyard6.2 Oao Black Sea Shipyard (mykolaiv Shipyard)6.3. Gao Chernomorneftegaz (ukraine)7 Turkmenistan7.1 Petronas Charigaliappendix 2. Correlation Between The Russian And Us Classifications For Oil And Gas Reservesvolume Ii The Baltic Sea And Russias Arctic SeasOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  6. 6. 1 Introduction2 Key Conclusions Of The Study3 General Information On The Regions3.1. Geographical, Natural And Climatic Environment In The Offshore Regions Of The Baltic, Barents,Pechora And Kara Seas And In The Offshore Areas Of The Ob And Taz Bay3.1.1 Baltic Sea3.1.2 Barents And Pechora Seas3.2. The Problem Of Maritime Demarcation In The Baltic And Barents Seas3.2.1. Baltic Sea3.2.2. Barents Sea3.2.3. Russias Maritime Demarcation In The Arctic Region3.3. Legislative Control Of Oil And Gas Production In The Russian Offshore Areas4 Oil And Gas Reserves And Resources In The Offshore Area Of The Baltic Sea And Russias Arctic Seas4.1. Baltic Sea4.2. Barents And Pechora Seas4.3. Kara Sea, The Ob And Taz Bay4.4. Offshore Area To The East Of The Yamal Peninsula (laptev Sea, East Siberian Sea And Chukchi Sea)5 Key Companies Operating In The Offshore Areas Of The Baltic, Barents, Pechora And Kara Seas, The ObAnd Taz Bay5.1. Baltic Sea5.2. Barents And Pechora Seas5.3. Kara Sea, The Ob And Taz Bay6 Offshore Exploration And Production Projects In The Baltic, Barents, Pechora And Kara Seas, The Ob AndTaz Bay6.1. Baltic Sea6.1.1 6.1.1 Kravtsovskoye Field6.2. Barents And Pechora Seas6.2.1. Projects Of ??? Rosneft (former Projects Of The Sintezneftegaz Group)6.2.2. Projects Of Oao Severneftegaz6.2.3. Perseyevsky Site6.2.4. Prirazlomnoye Field6.2.5. Dolginskoye Field6.2.6. Shtokmanovskoye Field6.2.7. Medynsko-varandeisky And Kolokolmorsky Plots (formerly Parts Of The Barents-1 Block, FormerProjects Of Arktikshelfneftegaz)6.2.8. Barents-26.2.9. Barents-36.2.10. Barents-46.2.11. Barents-56.2.12. Barents-66.2.13. Barents-76.2. Kara Sea6.3.1. Vostochno-prinovozemelsky-1,2,3 License BlocksOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  7. 7. 6.3. The Ob And Taz Bay7 Forecast Volumes For Exploration And Production Drilling In The Offshore Areas Of The Baltic, Barents,Pechora, And Kara Seas, The Ob And Taz Bay7.1. Baltic Sea7.2 Barents And Pechora Seas7.3 Kara Sea7.4 The Ob And Taz Bay8 Forecast Hydrocarbon Production Volumes In The Offshore Areas Of The Baltic, Barents, Pechora, KaraSeas And In The Areas Of The Ob And Taz Bay8.1. Baltic Sea8.2 Barents And Pechora Seas8.3 Kara Sea8.4 The Ob And Taz Bay9 Estimation Of Demand For Sea Drilling Rigs And Platforms In The Offshore Areas Of The Baltic, Barents,Pechora, Kara Seas And In The Areas Of The Ob And Taz Bay9.1. Baltic Sea9.2 Barents And Pechora Seas9.3 Kara Sea9.4. The Ob And Taz Bayappendix 1. List Of Companies That Can Supply Drilling Hardware And Platforms For Offshore FieldDevelopment1 Azerbaijan1.1 Baku Deepwater Jackets Factory1.2 Mcdermott Caspian Contractors (mcci)2. Iran2.1 Sadra Shipyard3. Kazakhstan3.1 Ersai Caspian Contractor Llp4 Latvia4.1 Rigas Kugu Buvetava (?? Riga Shipyard, Latvia)5 Russia5.1 Ako Barrs Group5.2 Caspian Energy Group5.3. United Shipbuilding Corporation (osk)5.4. Shiprepair And Shipbuilding Corporation5.5 Morskiye I Neftegazovye Proyekty Group5.6. Okskaya Sudoverf (oka Shipyard)5.7. Verf Bratyev Nobel (nobel Brothers Shipyard)5.8. Krasnye BarrikadyOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  8. 8. 5.9. Zelenodolsky Zavod Imeni A.m. Gorgoko (zelenodolsk Gorky Shipyard)5.10. Zao Vostochny Offshore Structures Construction Yard6 Ukraine6.1. Kherson Shipyard6.2 Oao Black Sea Shipyard (mykolaiv Shipyard)10.6.3. Gao Chernomorneftegaz (ukraine)7 Turkmenistan7.1 Petronas Charigaliappendix 2. Correlation Between The Russian And Us Classifications For Oil And Gas Reservesappendix 3. Draft Program For Exploration Of The Continental Shelf Of The Russian Federation From 2012Through 2030volume Iii Seas Of The Russian Far East1 Introduction2 Key Conclusions Of The Study3 General Information On The Regions3.1. Geographic, Natural And Climatic Conditions Of Offshore Areas In The Bering Sea, The Sea Of OkhotskAnd The Sea Of Japan3.1.1. Bering Sea3.1.2. Sea Of Okhotsk3.1.3. Sea Of Japan3.2. Problem Of Maritime Delimitation On The Shelves Of The Bering Sea, The Sea Of Okhtosk And TheSea Of Japan3.2.1. Bering Sea3.2.2. Sea Of Okhotsk3.2.3. Sea Of Japan3.3. Legislative Control Of Oil And Gas Production In The Russian Offshore Areas4 Offshore Gas And Oil Reserves And Resources In The Bering Sea, The Sea Of Okhotsk, And The Sea OfJapan4.1. Bering Sea4.2. Sea Of Okhotsk4.3. Sea Of Japan5 Key Companies Operating In Offshore Areas Of The Bering Sea, The Sea Of Okhotsk And The Sea OfJapan5.1. Bering Sea5.2 Sea Of OkhotskOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  9. 9. 5.3 Sea Of Japan6 List Of The Largest Offshore Production Projects In The Bering Sea, The Sea Of Okhotsk And The Sea OfJapan6.1. Bering Sea6.1.1 Anadyr-16.1.2 Anadyr-2 And Anadyr-36.2 Sea Of Okhotsk6.2.1 West Kamchatka Shelf6.2.2 Magadan-1,2,3, And 46.2.3 Khabarovsk 1,36.2.4 Koryakiya-1,2 And Kamchatsky-16.2.5 Sakhalin-16.2.6 Sakhalin-26.2.7 Sakhalin-36.2.8 Sakhalin-4, And -56.2.9 Lopukhovsky Block6.2.10 Sakhalin-66.2.11 Sakhalin-76.2.12. Lebedinsky Block6.2.13. Astrakhanovskoye-more - Nekrasovsky Block6.3 Sea Of Japan6.3.1 Sakhalin-8,96.3.2 Khabarovsk-2, And -47 Projections Of The Scope Of Exploration And Production Drilling In The Offshore Areas Of The BeringSea, The Sea Of Okhotsk And The Sea Of Japan8 Forecast Of Oil And Gas Production In The Offshore Areas Of The Bering Sea, The Sea Of Okhotsk AndThe Sea Of Japan8.1. Bering Sea8.2 Sea Of Okhotsk8.3 Sea Of Japan9 Evaluation Of The Demand For Offshore Drilling Rigs And Platforms In The Bering Sea, The Sea OfOkhotsk And The Sea Of Japan9.1. Bering Sea9.2 Sea Of Okhotsk9.3 Sea Of Japanappendix 1. Procurement System And Contractor Selection To Ensure Implementation Of The RussianOffshore Projectsappendix 2. List Of Companies That Can Supply Drilling Hardware And Platforms For Offshore FieldDevelopmentOffshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
  10. 10. 1 Azerbaijan1.1 Baku Deepwater Jackets Factory1.2 Mcdermott Caspian Contractors (mcci)2. Iran2.1 Sadra Shipyard10.3. Kazakhstan10.3.1 Ersai Caspian Contractor Llp4 Latvia4.1 Rigas Kugu Buvetava (?? Riga Shipyard, Latvia)5 Russia5.1 Ako Barrs Group5.2 Caspian Energy Group5.3. United Shipbuilding Corporation (osk)5.4. Shiprepair And Shipbuilding Corporation5.5 Morskiye I Neftegazovye Proyekty Group5.6. Okskaya Sudoverf (oka Shipyard)5.7. Verf Bratyev Nobel (nobel Brothers Shipyard)5.8. Krasnye Barrikady5.9. Zelenodolsky Zavod Imeni A.m. Gorgoko (zelenodolsk Gorky Shipyard)10.5.10. Zao Vostochny Offshore Structures Construction Yard6 Ukraine6.1. Kherson Shipyard6.2 Oao Black Sea Shipyard (mykolaiv Shipyard)10.6.3. Gao Chernomorneftegaz (ukraine)7 Turkmenistan7.1 Petronas Charigaliappendix 3. Correlation Between The Russian And Us Classifications For Oil And Gas ReservesResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market researchreports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with ourhuge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across allindustry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well aspublishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights onwhich reports will satisfy your needs at the best price.Contact:M/s Sheela,90 State Street,Suite 700,Offshore Oil and Gas Industry of Russia and CIS: Outlook to 2022
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