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Neptune and Triton

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30 March 2020

Neptune and Triton

Report summary

Gazpromneft discovered the Neptune field in the Sea of Okhotsk in October 2017. The discovery well was drilled on the Ayashki licence, which is part of Sakhalin-3. The operator is currently reviewing the acquired data, ahead of further appraisal works planned for 2019. A detailed assessment of the field is planned to be released in late 2018. In-place resources have been reported at 1.86 billion barrels of oil equivalent. Current reserve estimate stands at 511 million barrels of oil.

Table of contents

Tables and charts

This report includes 27 images and tables including:

  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Index map
  • Neptune and Triton map
  • Participation: Table 1
  • Well data: Table 1
  • Reserves and resources: Table 1
  • Production: Table 1
  • Production profile - Neptune
  • Production profile - Triton
  • Costs: Table 1
  • Costs: Table 2
  • Triton
  • Economic analysis: Table 2
  • Economic analysis: Table 3
  • Split of Revenues
  • Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Undiscounted
  • Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2020
  • Remaining Revenue Distribution (Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2020)
  • Remaining PV Price Sensitivities
  • Economic analysis: Table 4
  • Economic analysis: Table 5
  • Economic analysis: Table 6
  • Split of Revenues
  • Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Undiscounted
  • Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2020
  • Remaining Revenue Distribution (Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2020)
  • Remaining PV Price Sensitivities

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