Karabakh is an offshore oil and gas field in the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan, in the northern part of Absheron archipelago.
Located in the western part of Kazakhstan, the field produces oil, condensates and natural gas
Its a massive shallow-water oil field located approximately 80 km offshore Atyrau, Kazakhstan, in the North Caspian Sea.
Kharasaveyskoye gas and condensate field unique in its reserves, in the north-western part of the Yamal Peninsula, 480 km north of Salekhard.
The field was discovered in 1970
Located on a previously undeveloped desert, work on the Khazzan tight gas project began in 2014 and the completed development will eventually contribute roughly a 3rd of Oman’s natural gas supply.
The field lies in the Irkutsk Oblast, around 400 km to the north of Irkutsk, in East Siberia.
The oil field is located in the Russian sector of the Baltic Sea