Priobskoye Oil Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Gazprom Neft
  • Country: Russia
  • Location: Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District, Western Siberia
  • Production start: 2000
  • Partners: Rosneft
  • Type: Oil and Associated Gas
  • Estimated Reserves: 621 million tonnes (4.5 billion bbl)
  • Production Volume:


  • The total area of the field is 5,446 km2
  • It is one of the largest fields in Russia by oil reserves, called the Pearl of Western Siberia.
  • Since the beginning of production, there have been produced over 320 million tons of oil at this field. Operating well stock exceeds 4 thousand wells.
  • Estimated Oil Reserves are in the region of 621 million tonnes (4.5 billion bbl)


  • Halliburton: Hydraulic fracturing services
  • JSC NIPIgazpererabotka: compressor station construction
  • RusGazEngineering: APG Treatment unit


  • 1982 - The field was discovered
  • 2000 - Oil production started
  • 2004 - Full-scale development of the field started
  • 2007 - Halliburton awarded fracking contract
  • 2010 - The first section of a gas treatment unit with annual capacity of 600 mln cubic meters was installed
  • 2012 - APG Treatment Unit Start-up
  • 2014 - 2 New production units started



  2. World’s Largest Multiphase Pumps Yukos Priobskoye Field Siberia
  3. Rosneft, Gas Strategy
  4. Rosneft Awards Halliburton Multimillion-Dollar Contract For Fracturing Services In Western Siberia
  5. Gazprom Neft and SIBUR Select Compressor Station Construction Contractor for Priobskoye Field
  6. APG Treatment Unit Start-up on Priobskoye Oil Field
  7. Yuganskneftegaz Stimulates Construction of Wells at the Priobskoye Field

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