«    2015    »

Integra brochure
(pdf - 1.6 mb)

February 03, 2015

Integra-Services LLC has concluded a long-term contract on rendering services at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye deposit

       Integra-Services LLC affiliated to the Integra Group has signed a long-term contract on casing and liners cementing and installment of cement plugs at the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye deposit.

      Integra-Services specialists will perform works on the wells from March 2015 till 2017 with the perspective to extend the contract for another three years. The successful track record of other projects, high quality of services provided and technologies of Western companies' level have allowed Integra-Services to get this volume of work and continue the efficient development of the already existing partnership with the customer.

     Within the validity period of the long-term contract the management of Integra plans to make additional investments in the project in order to further improve the quality of services provided. “Considering the high technological effectiveness of the project, its remoteness and uninterrupted permafrost in the region, we are planning significant investments both in materials used and in the downhole equipment. Our team will use special Arctic cements and high-technology drilling line system. We hope that all this will allow us to perform the planned works to the accomplished standard and timely and successfully implement this complex and interesting project”, said Mikhail Yakubov, Managing Director of Integra-Services.

      The group of the Messoyakha deposits includes the Vostochno-Messoyakhskoye and the Zapadno-Messoyakhskoye deposits - the northernmost of land oil fields in Russia. Licences for the exploration and development are owned by Messoyakhaneftegaz, which is controlled on a parity basis by Gazprom neft and Rosneft companies. Gazprom neft acts as an operator of the project.

      The fields discovered in the 1980s on the Gydan peninsula, in the Taz district of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, 340 km north of Novy Urengoy, are located in the Arctic climatic zone, in the region with substandard infrastructure. Proved reserves of C1 + C2 deposits amount to about 480 million tons of oil and gas condensate.

      The development of the Messoyakha group in the Gazprom neft structure is carried out and managed by the Messoyakha office of Gazpromneft-Development company, which manages new large-scale projects of the parent company.