Siberia | Materials, extraction

RF sets $9.1m minimum for Omsk oil fields

29 Sep '08
The Federal Subsurface Management Agency has announced plans to hold tenders for three hydrocarbon deposits in Omsk Region on November 26, sources in the Agency reported earlier today.

The starting prices for Kogitsky, Natalinsky and Prigranichny deposits are set at $2.1m, $1.1m and $5.9m, respectively.

The 1,870 square-meter Kogitsky deposit has 8.2 million tons of D1 category minerals. A nearest oil pipeline is 80-100 km away from the site. A number of oil and gas fields have been discovered there.

The 1,150 square-meter Natalinsky deposit contains 6.7 million tons of D1 category minerals. A gas-condensate field has been discovered nearby recently.

The 650 square-meter Prigranichny deposit has 0.5 million tons of C1, 0.7 million tons of C2, and 4.8 million tons of D1 category. Its area covers part of the Yagyl-Yakhsky deposit that needs further exploration.

Advanced payment and bids are to be submitted through October 24.
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