It is one of the largest fields in Russia by oil reserves, called the Pearl of Western Siberia.
The field is located in 1 300 m of water in the Norwegian Sea, 300 km west of Sandnessjøen. Its floating platform is higher than the Eiffel tower.
It ´s one of the largest gas condensate fields in Azerbaijan
In 2020, the previously known as I-P-2 block was renamed into a subsoil site Al-Farabi
ACG field located about 100 km east of Baku is the largest oilfield in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian basin.
Bacalhau is an ultra-deepwater oil field development project targeting pre-salt reservoirs in Santos Basin, Brazil.
Badra oil field with estimated reserves of over 3 billion barrels of oil is located in Wasit Province in Eastern Iraq.
Its a rock unit from the Late Devonian to Early Mississippian age occupying about 520,000 km2 of the subsurface of the Williston Basin, underlying parts of Montana, North Dakota, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
First oil should flow in 2023
The Boca de Jaruco field in the Republic of Cuba has been under development for several decades. Oil from this field is superviscous.
The Burun field is located in the Nebit Dag area of Western Turkmenistan and comprises of approximately 150 oil and gas wells with a current total output of 25,000 BOPD.
This field has a primary importance for the Yakutia gas production center and also constitutes the resource base for the Power of Siberia gas transmission system.
The block is located near the border between the Caspian maritime sectors of Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan
Duva is a field in the northern part of the North Sea, 6 km northeast of the Gjøa field.
The coal mine is located in south-eastern Yakutia (Sakha), 415 km east of Neryungri.
Farzad-B field is more complex than South Pars and has high sulphur, whose production and handling cost is additional.
Formerly known as South Yolotan – Osman field, its a large natural gas field in Mary Province of Turkmenistan. It is the world’s second-biggest gasfield.
Its a large intra-cratonic basin, covering portions of Algeria, Tunisia and Libya.
Ghawar is the largest conventional oil field in the world, and core to the oil production strategy of Saudi Arabia, but it is also well past its peak production phase.
Rakushechnoye, now known as the Grayfer offshore field, is Lukoil's 3rd field in Caspian Sea.