Russian NGLs continue to grow

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19 February 2016

Russian NGLs continue to grow

Report summary

Russian crude production has averaged a steady 0.8% annual growth since 2010, but its natural gas liquids (NGL) industry has grown by almost 8% per year over the same period. Pushed by increased condensate production, higher associated gas utilization and new processing plants, NGLs also benefit from several tax incentives. We estimate that NGL production could reach 1.45 million b/d in 2020 and help Russia achieve its production targets. Decline is expected post-2020.

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • NGLs in Russia – what are they?
    • Growth in condensate production from Yamal-Nenets
  • Large gas processing capacity increase until 2025
  • Improvements in NGL infrastructure helps drive production
    • More condensate production until 2021
    • Increased processing capacity
    • Government incentives

Tables and charts

This report includes 9 images and tables including:

  • Natural Gas Liquids in Russia
  • Gas processing capacity by company
  • Condensate stabilisation facilities
  • NGL production in 2015 by category (‘000 b/d)
  • Commercial LPG production by category
  • Russian liquids production outlook to 2023
  • Field condensate production
  • Free gas production
  • Associated gas production and utilisation

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