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FSU Oil and Gas Statistic Yearbook

Published: Apr 2014 | No Of Pages: 333 | Published By: RPI

The Oil and Gas Statistical Yearbook is a comprehensive collection of detailed information about the main indicators of the oil and gas industry of Russia and the CIS countries between 2003 and 2013. The report is published annually in the English language.
 
The information presented in the O&G Yearbook includes indices on such industry segments as oil and gas production, scopes of exploration, production and horizontal drilling, well stock, commissioning of new wells, exports and transit of oil and gas by core supply avenues, as well as oil refining and scope of production of main petroleum products.  The data cover Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine.
 
All information in the Yearbook has been obtained from official sources and is presented as charts, tables and maps. Thanks to the vast scope of statistical data, the report will be useful for analyzing the current status of and outlook for the oil and gas industry and related industries.
 
The Oil and Gas Statistical Yearbook 2014 offers a range of new data not included in previous issues: gas production in Russia with a breakdown into natural gas, petroleum gas and gas condensate; the amount of flared associated petroleum gas; data on horizontal meters drilled for all Russian oil and gas companies.

The Yearbook also contains updated information on leading vertically integrated companies (VOCs) as well as independent producers and companies that operate under production sharing agreements (PSAs).  The depth of information on vertically integrated companies in Russia and the CIS extends to subsidiaries.  The report will be a valuable tool in analyzing the operating indices of oil & gas companies and assessing their investment appeal. The Yearbook also provides data on market players that do not publish reports.

Yearbook data is broken down in a way that makes it possible to evaluate oil and gas industries on a national and regional basis. In this regard, special interest could be elicited by materials covering O&G industry operations in Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, i.e. countries where official information is not disclosed. Data was obtained thanks to the contacts of RPI experts with reliable sources of the respective information.

Overall, the Yearbook offers the expert community a complete picture of the oil and gas industry in Russia and CIS countries.

1. FSU Oil and Gas Overview
1.1. Oil and Gas Production
1.2. Outlook for Oil Production and Exports

2. Russia
2.1. Overview
2.2. Oil Production
2.3. Oil Exports to CIS
2.4. Transit of Oil from Azerbaijan, Belarus and Kazakhstan through Russia
2.5. Oil Exports outside CIS
2.6. Gas Production
2.7. Drilling and Wells Count
2.8. Refining and Exports of Oil Products

3. Profiles of Russian Major Oil and Gas Companies
3.1. Bashneft
3.2. Gazprom Neft
3.3. LUKOIL
3.4. Rosneft
3.5. Russneft
3.6. Slavneft
3.7. Surgutneftegaz
3.8. Tatneft
3.9. Gazprom

4. Azerbaijan
4.1. Overview
4.2. Oil Production
4.3. Oil Exports
4.4. Gas Production
4.5. Oil Refining and Gas Processing
4.6. Production of Oil Products
4.7. AIOC Oil and Gas Production

5. Kazakhstan
5.1. Overview
5.2. Oil Production
5.3. Oil Exports
5.4. Oil Refining
5.5. Gas Production
5.6. Gas Exports, Imports, Transits
5.7. KazMunaiGaz Oil and Gas Production

6. Turkmenistan
6.1. Overview
6.2. Oil Production
6.3. Oil Exports
6.4. Oil Refining and Exports of Oil Products
6.5. Gas Production
6.6. Gas Exports

7. Ukraine
7.1. Overview
7.2. Oil Production
7.3. Oil Exports
7.4. Oil Refining
7.5. Gas Production
7.6. Gas Exports, Imports

Table 2.2.1. Russia’s oil production in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Table 2.3.1. Russia’s oil exports to CIS countries in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 2.4.1. Transit of oil from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan through Russia in 2013 by destination (thousands of tons)
Table 2.5.1. Russia’s oil exports via the Transneft system in 2013 by destination (thousands of tons)
Table 2.5.2. Russia’s oil exports by railway and sea in 2013 by passing the Transneft system (thousands of tons)
Table 2.6.1. Total Russia’s gas production in 2013 by company (millions of cubic meters)
Table 2.6.2. Russia’s associated gas production in 2013 by company (millions of cubic meters)
Table 2.6.3. Russia’s rich gas production in 2013 by company (millions of cubic meters)
Table 2.6.4. Russia’s utilization of APG in flares in 2013 by company (millions of cubic meters)
Table 2.7.1. Production and exploration drilling of Russian major oil companies in 2003-2013 (thousands of meters)
Table 2.7.2. Production drilling in Russia in 2013 by company (thousands of meters)
Table 2.7.3. Exploration drilling in Russia in 2013 by company (thousands of meters)
Table 2.7.4. Russian oil companies new wells in 2013
Table 2.7.5. Russia’s oil and gas companies wells count in 2013 by quarter (units)
Table 2.8.1. Russia’s primary oil refining in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Table 2.8.2. Russia’s production of oil products in 2013 by type (thousands of tons)
Table 2.8.3. Russia’s production of oil products in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Table 3.1.1. Bashneft oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 3.1.2. Bashneft gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.1.3. Bashneft wells count in 2013 by subsidiary (units)
Table 3.1.4. Bashneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Table 3.1.5. Bashneft production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.1.6. Bashneft primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.2.1. Gazprom Neft oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 3.2.2. Gazprom Neft oil exports (via the Transneft system) in 2013 by destination (thousands of tons)
Table 3.2.3. Gazprom Neft gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.2.4. Gazprom Neft production and exploration drilling in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of meters)
Table 3.2.5. Gazprom Neft wells count in 2013 by subsidiary (units)
Table 3.2.6. Gazprom Neft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Table 3.2.7. Gazprom Neft production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.2.8. Gazprom Neft primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.3.1. LUKOIL oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 3.3.2. LUKOIL oil exports (via the Transneft system) in 2013 by destination (thousands of tons)
Table 3.3.3. LUKOIL gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.3.4. LUKOIL production and exploration drilling in 2003-2013 (thousands of meters)
Table 3.3.5. LUKOIL production and exploration drilling in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of meters)
Table 3.3.6. LUKOIL wells count in 2013 by subsidiary (units)
Table 3.3.7. LUKOIL wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Table 3.3.8. LUKOIL production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.3.9. LUKOIL primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.4.1. Rosneft oil production in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Table 3.4.2. Rosneft oil exports (via the Transneft system) in 2013 by destination (thousands of tons)
Table 3.4.3. Rosneft gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.4.4. Rosneft production and exploration drilling in 2004-2013 (thousands of meters)
Table 3.4.5. Rosneft production and exploration drilling in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of meters)
Table 3.4.6. Rosneft wells count in 2013 by subsidiary (units)
Table 3.4.7. Rosneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Table 3.4.8. Rosneft production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.4.9. Rosneft primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.5.1. Russneft oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 3.5.2. Russneft oil exports (via the Transneft system) in 2013 by destination (thousands of tons)
Table 3.5.3. Russneft gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.5.4. Russneft production and exploration drilling in 2005-2013 (thousands of meters)
Table 3.5.5. Russneft production and exploration drilling in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of meters)
Table 3.5.6. Russneft wells count in 2013 by subsidiary (units)
Table 3.5.7. Russneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Table 3.5.8. Russneft production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.5.9. Russneft primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.6.1. Slavneft oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 3.6.2. Slavneft oil exports (via the Transneft system) in 2013 by destination (thousands of tons)
Table 3.6.3. Slavneft gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.6.4. Slavneft production and exploration drilling in 2005-2013 (thousands of meters)
Table 3.6.5. Slavneft production and exploration drilling in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of meters)
Table 3.6.6. Slavneft wells count in 2013 by subsidiary (units)
Table 3.6.7. Slavneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Table 3.6.8. Slavneft production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.6.9. Slavneft primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.7.1. Surgutneftegaz oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 3.7.2. Surgutneftegaz gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.7.3. Surgutneftegaz wells count in 2013 by subsidiary (units)
Table 3.7.4. Surgutneftegaz wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Table 3.7.5. Surgutneftegaz production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.7.6. Surgutneftegaz primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.8.1. Tatneft oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 3.8.2. Tatneft oil exports (via the Transneft system) in 2013 by destination (thousands of tons)
Table 3.8.3. Tatneft gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.8.4. Tatneft production and exploration drilling in 2007-2013 (thousands of meters)
Table 3.8.5. Tatneft production and exploration drilling in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of meters)
Table 3.8.6. Tatneft wells count in 2013 by subsidiary (units)
Table 3.8.7. Tatneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Table 3.8.8. Tatneft production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.8.9. Tatneft primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.9.1. Gazprom gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (millions of cubic meters)
Table 3.9.2. Gazprom oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 3.9.3. Gazprom production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 3.9.4. Gazprom primary oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 4.1.1. Azerbaijan’s drilling and well stock in 2004-2012
Table 4.2.1. Azerbaijan’s oil production in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Table 4.3.1. Azerbaijan’s oil exports in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 4.4.1. Azerbaijan’s gas production in 2013 by company (thousands of cubic meters)
Table 5.2.1. Kazakhstan’s well stock and drilling in 2007-2013
Table 5.2.2. Kazakhstan’s oil production in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Table 5.4.1. Kazakhstan’s production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 5.5.1. Kazakhstan’s gas production in 2012 by company (thousands of cubic meters)
Table 5.7.1. KazMuniaGaz oil production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of tons)
Table 5.7.2. KazMunaiGaz gas production in 2013 by subsidiary (thousands of cubic meters)
Table 6.2.1. Turkmenistan’s oil industry drilling and well stock in 2004-2013
Table 6.2.2. Turkmenistan’s oil production in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Table 7.2.1. Ukraine’s oil industry drilling 2004-2012
Table 7.2.2. Ukraine’s oil production in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Table 7.4.1. Ukraine’s production of oil products in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Table 7.5.1. Ukraine’s gas production in 2013 by company (millions of cubic meters)

Figure 1.1.1. FSU oil production in 2003-2013 (millions of tons)
Figure 1.1.2. FSU gas production in 2003-2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 1.1.3. FSU share in world oil reserves*
Figure 1.1.4. FSU share in world gas reserves*
Figure 1.1.5. FSU share in world oil production
Figure 1.1.6. FSU share in world gas production
Figure 1.1.7. FSU share in world oil supply and demand, 2007-2012 BP
Figure 1.2.1 Russia’s planned oil production in 2015-2020 (millions of tons)
Figure 1.2.2. Azerbaijan’s planned oil production in 2015-2020 (millions of tons)
Figure 1.2.3. Kazakhstan’s planned oil production in 2015-2020 (millions of tons)
Figure 1.2.4. Turkmenistan’s planned oil production in 2015-2020 (millions of tons)
Figure 1.2.5. Ukraine’s planned oil production in 2015-2020 (millions of tons)
Figure 2.1.1. Russia’s share in world oil reserves*
Figure 2.1.2. Russia’s share in world gas reserves*
Figure 2.1.3. Russia’s share in world oil production
Figure 2.1.4. Russia’s share in world gas production
Figure 2.1.5. Russia’s oil production in 2003-2013 (millions of tons)
Figure 2.1.6. Russia’s gas production in 2003-2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 2.2.1. Russia’s oil production in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 2.2.2. Russia’s oil production in 2013 by company type
Figure 2.3.1. Russia’s oil exports to CIS in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 2.3.2. Russia’s oil exports to CIS in 2013 by destination
Figure 2.4.1 Transit of oil from Azerbaijan, Belarus and Kazakhstan through Russia in 2011-2013(thousands of tons)
Figure 2.5.1. Russia’s oil exports via the Transneft system in 2003-2013 (millions of tons)
Figure 2.5.2. Russia’s oil exports in 2013 by company type
Figure 2.5.3. Russia’s oil exports via the Transneft system in 2013 by destination
Figure 2.6.1. Russia’s natural gas production in 2013 by month (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 2.6.2. Russia’s natural gas production in 2013
Figure 2.7.2. Russian oil companies wells count in 2003-2013 by type*
Figure 2.8.2. Russia’s primary oil refining in 2013 by company (thousands of tons)
Figure 2.8.3. Russia’s production of oil products in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 3.1.1. Bashneft structure
Figure 3.1.2. Bashneft oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 3.1.5. Bashneft gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.1.4. Bashneft production and exploration drilling in 2013 (thousands of meters)
Figure 3.1.5. Bashneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Figure 3.2.1. Gazprom Neft structure
Figure 3.2.2. Gazprom Neft oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 3.2.5. Gazprom Neft gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.2.8. Gazprom Neft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Figure 3.3.1. LUKOIL structure
Figure 3.3.2. LUKOIL oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 3.3.5. LUKOIL gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.3.7. LUKOIL production and exploration drilling in 2013(thousands of meters)
Figure 3.3.8. LUKOIL wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Figure 3.4.1. Rosneft structure
Figure 3.4.2. Rosneft oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 3.4.5. Rosneft gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.4.7. Rosneft production and exploration drilling in 2013 (thousands of meters)
Figure 3.4.8. Rosneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Figure 3.5.5. Russneft gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.5.7. Russneft production and exploration drilling in 2013 (thousands of meters)
Figure 3.5.8. Russneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Figure 3.6.5. Slavneft gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.6.7. Slavneft production and exploration drilling in 2013 (thousands of meters)
Figure 3.6.8. Slavneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Figure 3.7.2. Surgutneftegaz oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 3.7.3. Surgutneftegaz gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.7.8. Surgutneftegaz wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Figure 3.8.1. Tatneft structure
Figure 3.8.2. Tatneft oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 3.8.5. Tatneft gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.8.8. Tatneft wells count in 2012-2013 by type (units)
Figure 3.9.2. Gazprom gas production in 2003-2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.9.3. Gazprom gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 3.9.4. Gazprom oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 3.9.6. Gazprom wells completion in 2003-2013 (units)
Figure 4.1.1. Azerbaijan’s share in world oil reserves*
Figure 4.1.2. Azerbaijan’s share in world gas reserves*
Figure 4.1.3. Azerbaijan’s share in world oil production
Figure 4.1.4. Azerbaijan’s share in world gas production
Figure 4.1.5. Azerbaijan’s oil production in 2003-2013 (millions of tons)
Figure 4.1.6. Azerbaijan’s gas production in 2003-2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 4.2.1. Azerbaijan’s oil production in 2013 by quarter* (thousands of tons)
Figure 4.3.1. Azerbaijan’s oil exports in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 4.3.2. Azerbaijan’s oil exports in 2013 by route
Figure 4.4.1. Azerbaijan’s gas production in 2013 by quarter* (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 4.5.1. Azerbaijan’s oil refining in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 4.5.2. Azerbaijan’s gas processing in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 4.6.1. Azerbaijan’s oil products’ exports in 2013 by type (thousands of tons)
Figure 4.7.1. AIOC* oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 4.7.2. AIOC* gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 5.1.1. Kazakhstan’s share in world oil reserves*
Figure 5.1.2. Kazakhstan’s share in world gas reserves*
Figure 5.1.3. Kazakhstan’s share in world oil production
Figure 5.1.4. Kazakhstan’s share in world gas production
Figure 5.1.5. Kazakhstan’s oil production in 2003-2013 (millions of tons)
Figure 5.1.6. Kazakhstan’s gas production in 2003-2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 5.2.1. Kazakhstan’s oil production in 2013 by month(thousands of tons)
Figure 5.3.1. Kazakhstan’s oil exports in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 5.4.1. Kazakhstan’s oil refining in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 5.5.1. Kazakhstan’s gas production in 2013 by month (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 5.6.1. Kazakhstan’s gas exports in 2013 by month (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 5.6.2. Kazakhstan’s gas imports in 2013 by month (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 5.7.1 KazMunaiGaz structure and activities
Figure 5.7.2. KazMunaiGaz oil production in 2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 5.7.3. KazMunaiGaz oil exports in 2010-2012 (thousands of tons)
Figure 5.7.4. KazMunaiGaz gas production in 2013 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 6.1.1. Turkmenistan’s share in world oil reserves*
Figure 6.1.2. Turkmenistan’s share in world gas reserves*
Figure 6.1.3. Turkmenistan’s share in world oil production
Figure 6.1.4. Turkmenistan’s share in world gas production
Figure 6.1.5. Turkmenistan’s oil production in 2003-2013 (thousands of tons)
Figure 6.1.6. Turkmenistan’s gas production in 2003-2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 6.2.1. Turkmenistan’s oil production in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 6.3.1. Turkmenistan’s oil exports in 2003-2013 (millions of tons)
Figure 6.3.2. Turkmenistan’s exports of hydrocarbons in 2003-2013
Figure 6.4.1. Turkmenistan’s oil refining in 2000-2013 (millions of tons)
Figure 6.4.2. Turkmenistan’s oil products exports in 2003-2013 (millions of tons)
Figure 6.5.1. Turkmenistan’s gas production in 2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 6.6.1. Turkmenistan’s gas exports in 2003-2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 6.6.3. Turkmenistan’s gas exports in 2013 by route
Figure 7.1.1. Ukraine’s share in world oil reserves*
Figure 7.1.2. Ukraine’s share in world gas reserves*
Figure 7.1.3. Ukraine’s share in world oil production
Figure 7.1.4. Ukraine’s share in world gas production
Figure 7.1.5. Ukraine’s oil production in 2003-2013(millions of tons)
Figure 7.1.6. Ukraine’s gas production in 2003-2013 (billions of cubic meters)
Figure 7.2.1. Ukraine’s oil production in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 7.3.1. Ukraine’s oil exports in 2005-2012 (thousands of tons)
Figure 7.4.1. Ukraine’s oil refining in 2013 by month (thousands of tons)
Figure 7.5.1. Ukraine’s gas production in 2013 by month (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 7.6.1. Ukraine’s gas exports in 2012 (thousands of cubic meters)
Figure 7.6.2. Ukraine’s gas imports in 2012 (millions of cubic meters)
Figure 7.6.3. Ukraine's gas transits in 2012 (millions of cubic meters)

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