NEWS AND EVENTS
March 23, 2015
Russia’s LUKOIL produced 4 billion cubic meters of gas and over 100,000 tonnes of liquid hydrocarbons in Uzbekistan in 2014, the LUKOIL Overseas said in a statement.
The company said that the implementation of major gas projects in Uzbekistan continued in 2014.
In particular, a booster compressor station was started up in November at the Khauzak-Shady field, allowing for a 20% increase in production, the company said.
The Early Gas Kandym large capital project entered an active phase; work was underway on design documentation development, equipment fabrication and delivery, as well as early construction under the Gissar Full Development project.
The annual production at the fields in Uzbekistan totaled 4 billion cubic meters of gas and over 100,000 tonnes of liquid hydrocarbons, it noted.
Production was fully replaced by an increase in proven reserves due to additional exploration of the Gissar and Kandym fields.