The Company’s gas assets operate as a stand-alone business unit focusing on sustainable development of the entire Norilsk Industrial District. The Company views them as strategic assets, but does not include them into the core value chain.
|Field||Residual hydrocarbon reserves within licence blocks (categories A+B+C1)|
|Free gas, bcm|| |
|Messoyakhskoye Gas Field||6.86||–|
|Yuzhno-Soleninskoye Gas Condensate Field||52.95||0.5|
|Severo-Soleninskoye Gas Condensate Field||44.74||0.5|
|Pelyatkinskoye Gas Condensate Field||187.77||6.9|
|Total residual reserves||292.32||7.9|
The company operates the Pelyatkinskoye Gas Condensate Field.
In March 2016, Taimyrtransgaz was spun off from Taimyrgaz as part of the reorganisation process, splitting the regulated activities into gas transportation and gas production.
During the same year, the company completed the construction and pilot-testing of an appraisal well in the northeastern flank of the Pelyatkinskoye Field.
The company operates the Messoyakhskoye, Yuzhno-Soleninskoye and Severo-Soleninskoye Gas Condensate Fields and also transports natural gas and condensate to consumers in the Norilsk Industrial District.
In November 2016, Norilsktransgaz was spun off from Norilskgazprom as part of the reorganisation process, splitting the regulated activities into gas transportation and gas production.
Actual volumes of gas deliveries in 2016 stood at 930.361 mcm (102.74% of the target). The company produced 997.106 mcm of gas (99.72% of the target), with the above-target gas volumes delivered via savings through internal needs and losses.