DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Production and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Key Planned Upstream Projects in Countries of the Former Soviet Union" report to their offering.
In the Former Soviet Union region, 27 key planned projects are expected to contribute 2.5 million barrels of oil per day to global crude production and 13.5 billion cubic feet per day to global gas production in 2025.
Russia has the most planned projects in the region at 25, followed by two in Kazakhstan. The total capex of these planned projects is expected to be US$227.4 billion.
Rosneft Oil Company will operate the highest number of key planned projects in the region at 10, followed by Lukoil and Gazprom. The Kashagan field, with a total capex spending of US$53.1 billion during 2016-2025, will have the highest capex spending in the region.
- Oil and gas production outlook by key countries and companies in the FSU region
- Planned projects count and starts by key countries and companies in the region
- Details of key planned crude and natural gas projects in FSU
- Capex and opex outlook by key countries and companies in the region
Key Topics Covered:
1 Tables & Figures
2 Oil and Gas Industry in Countries of Former Soviet Union
2.1 Key Highlights
2.2 Key Planned Projects Count by Country
2.3 Key Planned Starts by Country
2.4 Production Outlook for Key Planned Projects in FSU
2.5 Key Planned Crude Projects for FSU
2.6 Key Planned Gas Projects for FSU
2.7 Key Discovered Fields in FSU
2.8 CAPEX Outlook for Key Planned Projects in FSU
2.9 OPEX Outlook for Key Planned Projects in FSU
2.10 Key Planned Projects by Company
2.11 Production from Key Planned Crude Projects by Company
2.12 CAPEX Outlook for Key Planned Projects by Company
2.13 OPEX Outlook for Key Planned Projects by Company
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