- Location: Yamal Peninsula, Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area
- Reserves: 2 trillion m3 (C1 +C2 categories)
- Developer: Gazprom
- Full-scale development: March 2019
- 1st producing well: June 2020
- 1st production expected: in 2023
Production is scheduled to begin at the field in 2023 with a design capacity of 32 billion m3 of gas per year.
Kharasaveyskoye has more gas than the throughput capacity of one Nord Stream line.
20 % of the Kharasaveyskoye reserves are located offshore, which is why horizontal wells will be drilled from onshore to produce gas from the offshore part of the deposit.
The project to develop the Kharasaveyskoye field will involve 5,500 construction workers and 2,000 units of equipment, the sinking of 236 wells, the use of 6 fifth-generation domestically produced Yekaterina drilling rigs.
The project provides for the construction of a comprehensive gas treatment unit, a booster compressor station and clusters of producing gas wells together with transport and energy infrastructure.
Kharasaveyskoye already has a utility system with accommodation for shift workers and an auxiliary power station.
The produced gas will be transported to Bovanenkovo through a new 106 km-long and 1.4 m-diameter pipeline.
It will be then forwarded to the Ukhta gas mainline of the Unified Gas Supply System (UGSS).
UGSS is a one-point centre, hosting facilities such as gas production, processing, transmission, storage and distribution in Russia and Western Siberia.
The project to develop the Kharasaveyskoye field is expected to last 108 years, which means that gas extraction will continue in Kharasavey up until the year 2131.