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Yaregskoye field

Yaregskoe
field

Yaregskoe field is the Group's largest high-viscosity oil field. Discovered in 1932, it is located in the south of the Timan-Pechora, Ukhta District of Komi Republic, 20 km off Ukhta and covers two major areas under development: Yaregskaya and Lyaelskaya.

Production at the field continues steadily growing due to drilling and commissioning of new power and steam generating facilities.

PRESS RELEASES

10/09/2018 - LUKOIL EXPANDS PRODUCTION CAPACITIES AT YAREGA FIELD

LUKOIL has commissioned a steam generation farm at Yarega field of highly viscous oil in the Republic of Komi. The facility is to build up production as part of Yarega area Phase 2 development.

26/12/2017 - LUKOIL PRODUCES ONE MILLION TONNES OF OIL AT YAREGA FIELD IN 2017

LUKOIL has reached another miles tonnee with one million tonnes of oil produced at Yarega field, the Komi Republic, since the beginning of 2017.​

05/07/2017 - LUKOIL USES INDIGENOUS RUSSIAN TECHNOLOGIES FOR POWER GENERATION IN KOMI

LUKOIL has commissioned a steam-generating unit with the production capacity of 20 tonnes of steam an hour at Usinsky field in the Komi Republic. Russian-manufactured gas-turbine power units and waste heat exchangers have also been used as basic components of a 75 megawatt power farm, Yarega, designed to generate power and steam for the company’s oil producing and refining facilities.