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Russia East Barents Sea exploration basin


Russia East Barents Sea exploration basin

Report summary

The asset report for the Russia East Barents Sea Basin has been archived. Since 2014, Russia's oil & gas industry has been targeted by rounds of EU and US sanctions in response to the annexation of Crimea and the crisis in eastern Ukraine. Sanctions limit the transfer of western technology and financing for Arctic offshore, deepwater and shale oil projects. A comprehensive update will be carried out if and when activity necessitates it. However should the basin be of interest to you, please contact us using the analyst details linked to this report and we will share Wood Mackenzie’s latest views and information on the basin.

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Description

Oil and gas exploration is an industry in constant motion, from technological breakthroughs to shifting supply and demand. The high costs of finding and developing new oil and gas fields that can be commercially developed has created a challenging atmosphere, with explorers increasingly seeing low returns, low value and slow progress.

This Exploration Basin report provides a detailed analysis of exploration of this basin, including discovery and development costs, location maps and information about licensing and fiscal terms. You'll also find information about discovery and development costs and full-cycle returns.

Explorers and advisors can use this report to understand the history and potential value of this basin.

Wood Mackenzie has access to historic data for over 450 basins and forecasts for more than 125 basins. We provide accurate information on the cost of exploration compared to the value of discoveries so that you can develop profitable strategies.

Our in-depth analysis gives you the information you need to navigate the ever-changing challenges of oil and gas exploration so you can make critical commercial decisions.

  • Key facts
  • Summary and key issues
    • Key issues include:
  • Location maps
  • Participation
  • Key companies
  • Geology
  • Exploration
    • Wells drilled
  • Reserves and resources
    • Volumes discovered
    • Yet-to-find potential
    • Play inputs - Jurassic Shelf
      • Creaming curve and key play data
  • Development
    • Yet-to-find costs and underlying development assumptions
  • Costs
  • Fiscal and regulatory
    • Licensing
    • Fiscal terms
  • Economic assumptions
    • Oil and gas prices
  • Economic analysis
    • Outlook economics
      • Development value
        • Jurassic Shelf
      • Prospect breakeven price
      • Expected monetary value (EMV)
      • Play economics
    • Full cycle basin economics
    • Implied acreage value

In this report there are 36 tables or charts, including:

  • Key facts
    • Key play characteristics
    • Assumptions
  • Summary and key issues
    • Summary and key issues: Image 1
    • Commerciality index
  • Location maps
    • Exploration history map
    • Exploration wells by play
  • Participation
    • Licensed exploration acreage
    • Expiry forecast of current licences
  • Key companies
    • Key licence holders
  • Geology
    • Key play characteristics
  • Exploration
    • Drilling activity by well type
    • Drilling activity by well type
  • Reserves and resources
    • Basin creaming curve
    • Key basin data
    • Cumulative discoveries by play
    • Cumulative volumes discovered by play
    • Forecast data by play
    • Jurassic Shelf
    • Reserves and resources: Table 3
    • Model field pool size distribution
    • Reserves and resources: Image 5
  • Development
    • Jurassic shelf
  • Costs
    • Summary of discovery and development costs
    • Costs: Image 1
  • Fiscal and regulatory
    • Category Four Arctic Offshore Terms
  • Economic assumptions
    • Henry Hub and local gas price assumptions
  • Economic analysis
    • Breakeven price versus prospect size
    • Value creation versus investment
    • Value of potential discoveries
    • Unit value of potential discoveries
    • Breakeven price of exploration
    • Discount rate breakeven price sensitivities
    • Expected monetary value (EMV) at Base price
    • Jurassic Shelf
    • Full-cycle economic analysis
    • Average value of future discoveries and implied acreage value
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