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Oil Well Stimulation and Enhanced Oil Recovery Markets in Russia 2013 and Forecasts for These Markets Until 2020

Published: Dec 2013 | No Of Pages: 208 | Published By: RPI

The purpose of this study is to provide a detailed analysis of the markets for oil well stimulation and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in Russia, including a description of the main indicators of the E&P sector: output of crude oil, exploratory and development drilling, well servicing, stimulation jobs, oil recovery using secondary and tertiary oil recovery methods. Separate analysis will be provided for the following segments: horizontal drilling, side-tracking, hydrofacturing, bottomhole acidizing, chemical flooding, thermal EOR, injecting water and gas into the reservoir, as well as complex tertiary EOR methods. The report estimates the value of this market for each segment under review from 2013 through 2020.

RPI has tracked the development of Russia’s E&P sector for over 20 years, thus enabling the company’s analysts to offer deep insights into the prospects and risks inherent in the country’s production ventures. RPI’s analysts are also well versed in Russia’s hydrocarbon resource base, and this allows them to provide a cutting–edge assessment of EOR techniques.

The study provides detailed information on the main oil service companies that render EOR services in Russia. It also analyzes the needs and approaches to the procurement of EOR services by Russian VICs and independent companies.

The key sections of the report provide the following information:

  • Main indicator of the Russian oil industry. This section gives the key performance indicators (KPI) of the oil production industry, including output volumes, drilling, and the number of stimulation jobs involving EOR.
  • An evaluation of the EOR market in Russia. This section quantifies the main segments of the market in terms of monetary value. It analyzes the competitive environment, giving a breakdown of the market in terms of the main service providers. The main customers are reviewed, as well as their share in the overall use of services.
  • Analysis of main service users. This section analyzes the needs and approaches to the procurement of EOR services by Russian VICs and independent companies.
  • Analysis of main EOR service providers. This section offers overviews on key contractors on the EOR market in Russia. Each overview provides background information on the company and its owners, financial status, a list of available services and production facilities, as well as operating indicators.
  • Forecast of Russian oil well stimulation and EOR markets from 2013 through 2020. This section is devoted to a forecast for the markets, estimating the value of each segment based on the needs of Russia’s E&P sector in light of the production targets announced by domestic oil companies. In crafting this forecast, a number of factors come into play, including incremental production from low-porosity reservoirs, incremental production from high-viscosity and high-paraffin crude, as well as production from low-rate wells.  

This product could be a valuable tool in the strategic decision-making process of oil service companies and companies that manufacture equipment used to perform oil well stimulation and EOR operations and are interested in rolling out their business in Russia. The report makes it possible to evaluate the most rapidly growing segments of the market, gain a better understanding of customers and current market trends, and also forecast the market’s expansion in the coming years.

The report’s forecasts and assumptions on probable development of oil well stimulation and EOR markets in Russia are based on a detailed analysis of information gained from reliable sources. This allows the reader to size up the market’s growth potential, opportunities, risks and threats both for the market as a whole and for its various players.

 

Introduction

Summary

1 Main Indicators of Russia’s Oil Industry
1.1 Oil Production
1.2. Scopes of Production and Prospecting Drilling

2 Fluid Inflow Stimulation Operations
2.1. Horizontal Drilling
2.2. Sidetracking
2.3. Fracturing
2.1.1 Multi-stage fracturing market
2.4. Hydrochloric bottom hole zone treatment

3 Enhanced Oil Recovery Methods
3.1. Secondary methods
3.2. Tertiary Methods

4 Appraisal of the Production Stimulation and EOR markets

5 Main Customers for EOR Services
5.3. VIOCs
5.3.1. Rosneft
5.3.2. LUKOIL
5.3.3. TNK-BP
5.3.4. SurgutNefteGaz
5.3.5. Gazprom Neft
5.3.6. BashNeft
5.3.7. TatNeft
5.3.8. Slavneft
5.3.9. RussNeft

6 Analysis of the major providers of stimulation oil production and enhanced oil recovery methods
6.1 Stimulation oil production with horisontal drilling
6.1.1 Eurasia Drilling Company Ltd. (including OOO Burovaya Kompaniya Eurasia (BKE), OOO BKE-Shelf and OOO SGK-Burenie)
6.1.2 Gazprom Burenie
6.1.3 Eriell
6.1.4 Integra-Burenie
6.1.5 C.A.T oil Drilling (C.A.T. oil AG)
6.1.6 KCA Deutag
6.1.7 Nabors Drilling
6.1.8 NSH Asia Drilling (Neftserviceholding)
6.1.9 Nova Energeticheskiye Uslugi (NEU)
6.1.10 Orenburgskaya Burovaya Kompaniya
6.1.11 Servisnaya Burovaya Kompaniya
6.1.12 SSK
6.1.13 Weatherford
6.1.14 Bashneft-Burenie
6.1.15 RN-Burenie
6.1.16 Drilling Division of NGK Slavneft
6.1.17 Drilling Divisions of Surgutneftegaz
6.1.18 Burenie (UK Tatburneft)
6.2 Stimulation oil production with sidetracking and BHT
6.2.1 Anega-Burenie
6.2.2 Belorusneft-Sibir
6.2.3 Eurasia Drilling Company Ltd. (including BKE Well Services Branch and SGK-Burenie)
6.2.4 Integra
6.2.5 CAT oil
6.2.6 KRS-Servis (RU-Energy Group)
6.2.7 RU-Energy KRS-MG (former Megion-Servis)
6.2.8 Permnefteotdacha (Nefteservisholding)
6.2.9 Samotlorneftepromkhim
6.2.10 Sibirskaya Service Company (SSK)
6.2.11 FOSKO
6.2.12 Weatherford
6.2.13 Bashkirskoye Upravlenie Remonta Skvazhin (BURS) (Bashkir Well Services Department)
6.2.14 Bashneft-Burenie
6.2.15 Mamontovsky KRS
6.2.16 Surgutneftegaz well servicing and workover departments
6.2.17 TatRemServis
6.3 Stimulation oil production with fracturing
6.3.1 Calfrac Well Services Ltd. (CWS)
6.3.2 CAT оil AG (CATKoneft)
6.3.3 MeKaMineft
6.3.4 PetroAlliance Services Company Limited
6.3.5 Trican Well Services
6.3.6 Weatherford
6.3.7 Halliburton
6.3.8 Schlumberger
6.3.9 Surgutneftegaz
6.3.10 TatRemServis
6.4 Enhanced oil recovery methods
6.4.1 TIORCO (NALCO)
6.4.2 GeotechnoKIN Research and Development Center
6.4.3 Surgutneftegaz well servicing and workover departments
6.4.4 Zarubezhneft
6.4.5 Halliburton
6.4.6 Schlumberger
6.4.7 Flagsol GmbH
6.4.8 Parker Hannifin Corporation

7 Projections for the dynamics of the production stimulation and EOR market in Russia, 2012-2020
7.1.1 Horizontal drilling
7.1.2 Sidetracking
7.1.3 Fracturing
7.1.4 Hydrochloric bottom hole zone treatment (HBHZT)
7.1.5 Enhanced Oil Recovery Methods

Table 1. Changes in the contribution of main IPTs to incremental production in Russia, 2011-2012
Тable 2. Estimate of EOR and OWS operations in Russia in terms of effectiveness, 2011
Table 3. Overview of tight oil reserves in Russia and most effective recovery solutions, 2011
Table 4. Regional breakdown of current recoverable reserves in Russia
Table 2-1. Sidetracking operations in Russia in 2005-2012
Table 2-2. Sidetracking operations done by min contractors, 2011-2012
Table 2-3.Contractors capable of completing turnkey multi-stage fracturing in Russia, 2012
Table 2-4. Production capacities and indicators of fracturing companies, 2011-2012
Table 2-6. The main factors affecting the introduction of the service to the industry, 2012
Table 2-7. Main points of growth of multi-stage fracturing at Brownfield and Greenfield in the mid-term 2013-2020.
Table 3-1. EOR methods
Table 3-2. Estimates of the efficiency of enhanced oil recovery and production stimulation in Russia, 2011
Table 3-3. Main EOR projects in Russia, 2012
Table 4-1. Appraisal of the EOR and production stimulation market in Russia over types of operation, 2012
Table 4-2. Scopes of stimulation and EOR operations by key regions of Russia, 2012
Table 5-1. Scopes of stimulation and EOR operations done by VIOCs in 2012
Table 6-1. EDC financial indices in 2010-2012, $ mln
Table 6-2. BKE production capacity as of December 31 of the corresponding year
Table 2-4. BKE production indices as of December 31 of the corresponding year
Table 6-3. BKE financial indices, all activities, 2007-2012
Table 6-4. SWOT analysis of BKE
Table 6-5. SGK-Burenie production capacity and production indices
Table 6-6. Financial indices of SGK-Burenie, 2007-2012, thousand RUR
Table 6-7. Number of drilling crews, drilling rigs and meters drilled in 2012, by SGK-Burenie branches
Table 6-8. SWOT analysis of SGK-Burenie
Table 6-9. Financial indices of BKE Shelf, 2007-2012
Table 6-10. Production capacity of Gazprom Burenie as of May 1, 2013
Table 6-11. Production indices of Gazprom Burenie
Table 6-12. Financial indices of Gazprom Burenie, 2006-2012
Table 6-13. SWOT analysis of Gazprom Burenie
Table 6-14. Eriell drilling inventory in Russia as of the second quarter of 2013
Table 6-15. Eriell production capacity and production indicesin Russia, 2010-2013
Table 6-16. SWOT analysis of Eriell
Table 6-17. Integra-Burenie production capacity and production indices
Table 6-18. Financial indices of Integra-Burenie, 2006-2012
Table 6-19. Integra Group order book (billion rubles)
Table 6-20. SWOT analysis of Integra-Burenie
Table 6-21. Production capacity and production indices of Catoil-Drilling
Table 6-22. Financial indices of Catoil-Drilling, 2006-2012
Table 6-23. KCA DEUTAG onshore fleeting of drilling rigs in Russia (as of the beginning of 2013)
Тable 6-24. KCA DEUTAG customers in 2012 and drilling rigs used in projects
Table 6-25. KCA DEUTAG Russia financial indices, 2009-2012 , thousand rubles
Table 6-26. SWOT analysis of KCA DEUTAG
Table 6-27. Production capacity and key production indices of NSH Asia Drilling in 2009-2012
Table 6-28. Financial indices of NSH Asia Drilling, 2009-2012, thousand rubles*
Table 6-29. NEU drilling fleet
Table 6-30. NEU production capacity and production indices
Table 6-31. NEU financial indices, 2007-2012, thousand rubles
Table 6-32. SWOT analysis of NEU
Table 6-33. Fleet of drilling and well workover equipment of OBK
Table 6-34. OBK production capacity and production indices
Table 6-35. OBK financial indices, 2006-2012, thousand rubles
Table 6-36. SWOT analysis of OBK
Table 6-37. SBK production capacity and production indices in 2008-2012
Table 6-38. SBK financial indices, 2007-2012, thousand rubles
Table 6-39. SWOT analysis of SBK
Table 6-40. SSK‘s drilling fleet by lifting capacity of drilling rigs in 2012
Table 6-41. Production indices of SSK‘s Strezhevsk branch in 2011-2012
Table 6-42. SSK production capacity and production indices
Table 6-43. Production capacity and production indices of Nizhnevartovskburneft
Table 6-44. Nizhnevartovskburneft, 2006-2012, thousand rubles
Table 6-45. Main Customers of Nizhnevartovskburneft in 2011
Table 6-46. SWOT- analysis of Nizhnevartovskburneft
Table 6-47. Production capacity and production indices of NPRS -1 in drilling
Table 6-48. NPRS-1 financial indices, 2006-2012, thousand rubles
Table 6-49. Production capacity and production indices of Orenburgburneft
Table 6-50. Financial indices of Orenburgburneft, 2006-2010, thousand rubles
Table 6-51. Bashneft-Burenie production capacity and production indices in 2009-2012
Table 6-52. Financial indices of Bashneft-Burenie, 2008-2012, thousand rubles
Table 6-53. SWOT analysis of Bashneft-Burenie
Table 6-54. Production capacity and production indices of RN-Burenie
Table 6-55. Financial indices of RN-Burenie, 2008-2010, thousand rubles
Table 6-56. SWOT- analysis OOO RN-Burenie
Table 6-57. Production capacity and production indices of the drilling division of NGK Slavneft
Table 6-58. SWOT- analysis of the drilling division of Slavneft
Table 6-59. Drilling capacity of Surgutneftegaz
Table 6-60 Surgutneftegaz production indices, 2007-2011
Table 6-61. Production capacity for drilling as of January 1 of the corresponding year
Table 6-62. Burenie production indices
Table 6-63. Burenie SWOT- analysis
Table 6-64. Production capacity and production indices of Anega-Burenie, 2010-2012
Table 6-65. Financial indices of Anega-Burenie, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-66. Production capacity and production indices of Belorusneft-Sibir, 2007-2012
Table 6-67. Belorusneft-Sibir financial indices, 2008-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-68. Production capacity and production indices of BKE Well Services Branch, 2008-2012
Table 6-69. Sidetracking production capacity and production indices of SGK-Burenie, 2011-2012
Table 6-70. Financial capacity and production indices of Integra Group in the well servicing and workover segment, 2007-2012
Table 6-71. Obnefteremont financial indices, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-72. Production capacity and production indices of CATKoneft, 2008-2012
Table 6-73. Financial indices of CATKoneft in 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-74. Production capacity and production indices of CATOBNEFT, 2008-2012
Table 6-75. Financial indices of CATOBNEFT, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-76. Production capacity and production indices of KRS-Servis, 2007-2012
Table 6-77. Inancial indices of KRS-Servis, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-78. Production capacity and production indices of RU-Energy KRS-MG, 2007-2012
Table 6-79. Financial indices of RU-Energy KRS-MG, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-80. Production capacity and main production indices of Permnefteotdacha, 2007-2012
Table 6-81. Financial indices of Permnefteotdacha, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-82. Production capacity and production indices of Samotlorneftepromkhim, 2009-2012
Table 6-83. Financial indices of Samotlorneftepromkhim, 2007-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-84. Production capacity and production indices of the SSK well servicing and workover division, 2007-2012
Table 6-85. FOSKO‘s production capacity, 2007-2011
Table 6-86. NPRS-1 Production capacity and operating performance, 2007-2012
Table 6-87. Production capacity of UKRS, 2008-2012
Table 6-88. Production indices of UKRS, 2007-2012, jobs
Table 6-89. Financial indices of UKRS, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-90. Production capacity of Chernogornefteservis, 2008-2012
Table 6-91. Production indices of Chernogornefteservis, 2007-2012
Table 6-92. Financial indices of Chernogornefteservis, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-93. Production capacity of Belorusskoye UPNP i KRS 2010-2012
Table 6-94. Production indices of Belorusskoye UPNP i KRS, 2010-2012
Table 6-95. Financial indices of Belorusskoye UPNP i KRS, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-96. BURS lifting gear inventory
Table 6-97. Production capacity and production indices of BURS, 2011-2012
Table 6-98. Financial indices of BURS, 2006-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-99. Production capacity and production indices of Bashneft-Burenie in the sidetracking segment, 2009-2012
Table 6-100. Production capacity of Mamontovsky KRS, 2008-2012
Table 6-101. Production indices of Mamontovsky KRS, 2007-2012
Table 6-102. Financial indices of Mamontovsky KRS, 2006-2011, thousands RUR
Table 6-103. Production capacity of Surgutneftegaz in the well servicing and workover segment
Table 6-104. Production indices of Surgutneftegaz in the well servicing and workover segment, 2007-2012
Table 6-105. Production indices of TatneftRemServis, 2008-2012
Table 6-106. Financial indices of TatneftRemServis, 2008-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-107. CWS‘s production capacity and production indices in Russia
Table 6-108. Financial indices of KVS International, 2006-2011, thousands RUR
Table 6-109. Production capacity and production indices of CATKoneft in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 6-110. Financial indices of CATKoneft, 2007-2010, thousands RUR
Table 6-111. Production capacity and production indices of MeKaMineft in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 6-112. Financial incides of MeKaMineft, 2007-2012, thousands RUR
Table 6-113. Production capacity and production indices of PetroAlliance Services Company LTD in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 6-114. Production capacity and production indices of Trican in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 6-115. Production capacity and production indices of Weatherford in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 6-116. Production capacity and production indices of Halliburton in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 6-117. Production capacity and production indices of Schlumberger in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 6-118. Production capacity and production indices of Surgutneftegaz in the hydraulic fracturing segment
Table 6-119. Production resources and production indices of Tatneft-RemServis
Table 6-120. Production capacity of Surgutneftegaz in the well servicing and workover segment
Table 6-121. Production indices of Surgutneftegaz in the well servicing and workover segment, 2007-2010

Chart 1. Proportion between core production and incremental production using EOR and OWS, 2001-2012
Chart 2. Oil and gas production dynamics in the USA (1970-2010)
Chart 3. Breakdown of active drilling rigs in the USA by types of wells
Chart 1-1. Oil production in Russia by companies in 2002-2012, thousand tons per annum
Chart 1-1. Production and exploration drilling in Russia in 2002-2012, thousand meters
Chart 1-2. Main customers on the production drilling market in 2002-2012 (thousand meters)
Chart 1-3. Regional production drilling in Russia in 2004-2012 (thousand meters)
Chart 1-4. Main customers on the exploration drilling market in 2002-2012 (thousand meters)
Chart 1-5. Regional exploration drilling in Russia in 2004-2012, thousand meters
Chart 2-1. Annual horizontal drilling of Russian VIOCs in 2002-2012, thousand meters
Chart 2-2. Dynamics of sidetracking operations and costs in Russia, 2005-2012
Chart 2-3. Incremental recovery from fracturing implied at old well stock, 2004-2012
Chart 2-4. Fracturing operations conducted on the old well stock and new wells, 2004-2012
Chart 2-5. Fracturing operations conducted by main customers in Russia, 2005-2012
Chart 2-6. Total effect from BHT in Russia, mln. tons, 2002-2012
Chart 2-7. Distribution of the hydrochloric treatment market over contractors, %, 2011
Chart 2-8. Growth of BHT efficiency in Russia, 2001-2012
Chart 2-9. Volume of water injected and injection efficiency at Russian oil fields, 2002-2012
Chart 5-1. Regional exploration drilling by Rosneft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-2. Regional production drilling by Rosneft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-3. Regional scope of horizontal drilling by Rosneft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-4.Number of sidetracking operations and idle well share dynamics in the production well stock of Rosneft in 2005-2012
Chart 5-5. Number of fracturing operations on the old well stock of Rosneft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-6. Bottom-hole zone treatment operations by Rosneft in 2002-2012
Chart 5-7. Dynamics of regional exploration drilling by LUKOIL in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-8. Regional production drilling by LUKOIL in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-9. Regional horizontal drilling by LUKOIL in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum .
Chart 5-10. Sidetracking operations done by LUKOIL in 2004-2012
Chart 5-11. Number of fracturing operations on the old well stock by LUKOIL in 2004-2012
Chart 5-12. Number of BHT operations by Rosneft in 2001-2012
Chart 5-2. Tertiary EOR used by LUKOIL
Chart 5-14. Regional production drilling by TNK-BP in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-16. Regional horizontal drilling by TNK-BP in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-17. Fracturing operations on the old well stock conducted by TNK-BP in 2004-2012
Chart 5-18. BHT operations by TNK-BP in 2002-2012
Chart 5-19. Regional exploration drilling by SurgutNefteGaz in 2004-2012
Chart 5-20. Production drilling by SurgutNefteGaz in 2004-2012 thousand meters
Chart 5-21. Structure of oil production, SurgutNefteGaz, 2011, %
Chart 5-22. Scope of horizontal drilling by SurgutNefteGaz in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-23. Fracturing operations involving the old well stock by SurgutNefteGaz in 2004-2012
Chart 5-24. Number of sidetracking operations by SurgutNefteGaz in 2004-2012
Chart 5-25. Number of bottom hole zone treatment operations by SurgutNefteGaz in 2001-2012
Chart 5-26. Scope of regional exploration drilling conducted by Gazprom Neft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-27. Production drilling by Gazprom Neft over production regions in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-28. Sidetracking dynamics of Gazprom Neft in 2005-2012
Chart 5-29. Regional horizontal drilling of Gazprom Neft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-30. Number of fracturing operations on the old well stock of Gazprom Neft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-31. Number of BHT operations by Gazprom Neft in 2002-2012
Chart 5-32. Scope of regional exploration drilling of BashNeft in 2004-2012, thousand meters
Chart 5-33. Production drilling of BashNeft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-34. Structure of oil recovery growth of BashNeft in 2011-2012, thousand tons.
Chart 5-35. Scope of horizontal drilling of BashNeft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-36. Number of fracturing operations on the old well stock of BashNeft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-37. Number of sidetracking operations by BashNeft in 2008-2012
Chart 5-38. Number of BHT operations by BashNeft in 2002-2012
Chart 5-39. Scope of exploration drilling of TatNeft in 2005-2012
Chart 5-40. Production drilling of TatNeft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-41. Scope of horizontal drilling of TatNeft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-42. Number of sidetracking operations by TatNeft in 2005-2012
Chart 5-43. Number of fracturing operations on the old well stock of TatNeft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-44. Number of BHT operations of TatNeft in 2002-2012
Chart 5-45. Scopes of regional exploration drilling by Slavneft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum.
Chart 5-46. Regional production drilling of Slavneft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-47. Incremental oil production by Slavneft in 2011, %
Chart 5-48. Horizontal drilling of Slavneft in 2004-2012 in KHMAD, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-49. Number of sidetracking operations by Slavneft in 2005-2012
Chart 5-50. Number of fracturing operations on the old well stock of Slavneft in 2005-2012
Chart 5-51. Number of BHT operations by Slavneft in 2002-2012
Chart 5-52. Regional exploration drilling by RussNeft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-53. Regional production drilling RussNeft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-54. Regional horizontal drilling of RussNeft in 2004-2012, thousand meters per annum
Chart 5-55. Fracturing operations on the old well stock of RussNeft in 2004-2012
Chart 5-56. Number of BHT operations by RussNeft in 2001-2012
Chart 6-1. EDC drilling inventory: lifting capacity and drilling depth (as of December 2012)
Chart 6-2. Age of EDC‘s onshore drilling rigs, % of total number of drilling rigs (as of December 2012)
Map 6-1. Regions where EDC has a footprint in 2013
Chart 6-3. Changes in meters drilled and welling drilling by BKE
Chart 6-4. Number of wells drilled by SGK-Burenie in 2004-2012, units
Chart 6-5. Wells drilled by SGK-Burenie, by customers, 2004-2012, units
Chart 6-6. Shares of certain customers in the order book of SGK-Burenie in 2012, wells, % of total number of wells drilled by the company in 2012
Chart 6-7. Integra-Burenie drilling rig fleet, by hoisting capacity and allocation in 2012
Chart 3-12. Organizational structure of BURS
Chart 7-1 Projections for horizontal drilling growth in Russia, thousand meters, 2012-2020
Chart 7-2. Contributions from individual oil and gas producing regions to horizontal drilling growth in Russia, 2011-2020
Chart 7-3. Projections for sidetracking in Russia, 2012-2020, thousand operations
Chart 7-4. Projections for the fracturing market in Russia, 2011-2020, number of operations
Chart 7-5. Growth of per well multi-stage fracturing operations in 2012-2020
Chart 7-6. Projections for HBHZT operations in 2012-2020, thousand

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