abarrelfullabarrelfull wrote on 21 Dec 2011 11:51
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On 16 December 2011 Surgutneftegas launched the third oilfield in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) – the Severo-Talakanskoye field.

The oilfield was discovered in 2008 by the Company’s geological exploration enterprise at the Kedrovy license area adjacent to the Talakanskoye oil-gas condensate field.

Surgutneftegas has completed construction of oil and gas pipelines and power lines at the Severo-Talakanskoye field. As part of the oilfield infrastructure development, it is planned to construct site facilities including a booster pump station to be commissioned in 2013. By then, the annual production at the field is expected at 800,000 tons of oil.

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