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Liquefied Gas Export. Russia in wait for real LNG

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Oil and gas geology distinguishes several types of gas: free, solute in oil, solute in groundwater, associated gas (oil gas), and net gas. Free gas is the gas in a collector (reservoir, deposit) as an independent phase. Solute gas form a homogeneous phase in oil layers. On the surface, gas is separated from oil (such gas is called associated or oil gas). Grounwaters also contain gas in a solute form.
At present there are significant changes in the Russian gas balance. The share of so-called "oil" gas with condensate keeps increasing. That is why the gas condensate utilization, produced from natural gas liquids takes on special significance.

The size of the report is 82 in an A4 format.
The report is distributed in electronic versions (Adobe Acrobat).

 Contents

CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
RF CONDENSED GAS DEPOSIT VOLUMES AND LOCATIONS (INCLUDING ASSOCIATED GAS)
Main extracting companies

- NOVATEK
- ROSNEFT
- GAZPROM
- TNK-
- SURGURNEFTEGAS
- LUKOIL
Main Extraction Regions
- Khanty-Mansi Autonomy - Yugra
- Privolzhie Federal region (Orenburg and Samara Oblast.)
- Southern Federal Region (Astrakhan Oblast)
- Urals Federal Region (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomy)
Deposits
- Deposits in Exploitation or Ready for Exploitation
- Russia's most important condensed gas deposits
Future
CONDENSED GAS SPECIFIC QUALITIES DEPENDING ON REGION OF EXTRACTION, SPECIFIC TRANSPORTATION SCHEMES
CURRENT MEANS OF CONDENSED GAS STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION TO CONSUMER
Unstable Condensed Gas

- Unstable condensed gas notion
- Unstable condensed gas storage and transportation
Stable Condensed Gas - Stable condensed gas notion
- Stable condensed gas storage
- Stable condensed gas transportation
Associate Gas
- Definition of associate gas
- Associate gas storage and transportation
- Ways to utilize associate oil gas
Port Facilities to Handle Condensed Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gases
- Russia
- Ukraine
- Georgia
- Baltic republics
- New Projects
MAJOR CONSUMERS, PRODUCERS, TRADERS. PRICES.
- Producers. Gas Export.
- Russian sellers rating
- Importing Countries
- Means of Transport
- Foreign importers rating
- Customs Checkpoint Dealing with Gas

- Orenburg customs checkpoint
- Ukhta customs checkpoint
- Zapadny customs checkpoint
- Tobolsk customs checkpoint
- Rail customs checkpoint
- Chaikovsky customs checkpoint
- Gubkinsky customs checkpoint
- Dolgorukovsky customs checkpoint
- /p Novokuibyshevsky
- Ryazan oil refinery
- Almetievsk customs checkpoint
- Surgut customs checkpoint
- Kamyshin customs checkpoint
- Omsk customs checkpoint
- Aqsaray customs checkpoint
- Moskovsky Refinery
- Novo-Yaroslavsky customs checkpoint
- Canal customs checkpoint
- Pskov customs checkpoint OTO & TK N 3
- Ufa customs checkpoint
- Yuzhny customs checkpoint
- Rail customs checkpoint
- Chelyabinsk customs checkpoint
END PRODUCTS OF CONDENSED GAS PROCESSING
- Condensed and Associate Gas Processing Variants

- Condensate Stabilization Plant
- Processing Gas into Synthetic Fuel (GTL)
- Processing Condensed Gas into Fuel
- Small Power Units Installation
APPENDIX 1: OIL AND CONDENSED GAS
- Kazakhstan

- Oil and Condensed Gas Extraction in Kazakhstan
- Liquefied Propane and Butane Production
Ukraine
- Oil and Condensed Gas Extraction in Ukraine
- Liquefied Propane and Butane Production
- Rail Transportation of Energy Gases to Ports
- Liquefied Gas Handling via Ukrainian Ports
Uzbekistan
- Oil Extraction and Petroleum Products Production in Uzbekistan
Russia
- Oil and Condensed Gas Extraction in RF
- Rail Transportation of Energy Gases, 2004-2005
- Energy Gas Export to CIS and Baltic Ports by Rail, 2004-2005
APPENDIX 2: MINERALS EXTRACTION TAX FOR CONDENSED GAS: FAQ
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
LIST OF TABLES

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