Drilling and oil production
Neftisa drills and produces oil in all the regions where it is present: in Western Siberia, the Republic of Udmurtia, Perm Territory, Novosibirsk Region, Samara Region, and Komi Republic. Drilling is the most efficient but the most capital-intensive method for increasing oil production. This is why we are constantly searching for solutions for optimizing primary processes and reducing drilling costs while maintaining or even increasing key indicators.
116 wells in 2016, including 103 production wells and 13 exploratory wells
The production wells consist of 28 horizontal wells and 75 directional wells
Production drilling footage is about 274,000 m, exploratory drilling footage is 24,500 m
After completion of the drilling phase, the internal well pad infrastructure and oil production support system are created. Neftisa uses an individual approach to each well taking into account all its characteristics to select equipment as efficiently as possible. This allows stimulating production in future using unique oil recovery enhancement methods. Such a strategy helps reduce operating costs.
Neftisa is developing technologies for single tubing selective production of two or more beds in one well. This significantly increases development efficiency. Such technologies propose using two pumps in one well. They help save energy and reduce oilfield construction costs.
Company experts are constantly researching the latest global oil production technologies implementing innovations and energy-saving methods.
Oil production indicators
Total oil production in 2016 was almost 7 million tons, including
JSC Komnedra, 569,000 t
CanBaikal LLC, 1,051,000 t
PIT SIBINTEK LLC, 300,000 t
JSC Novosibirskneftegaz, 261,000 t
JSC Belkamneft named after A. A. Volkov, 4,104,000 t
JSC UNS, 234,000 t
JSC Samarainvestneft, 401,000 t
The opening of the multifunctional indoor hockey centre in Sigayevo, Republic of Udmurtia
The first Children's and Youth Hockey Tournament named after M. T. Kalashnikov came to an end in Udmurtia
The economic benefit of energy efficiency measures has amounted to 38.5 million rubles for the first 9 months of 2018.