Subscription and demo access


 
About Interfax
Press Releases
Products & Services
Contact us
Customer Login
 


Headlines
 

07/20 20:00   Russia's Soyuz spacecraft reaches orbit, on course towards ISS
 
07/20 19:52   Soyuz MS-13 carrying next ISS expedition launched from Baikonur
 
07/20 18:44   Ancient burial site of armed warriors found in Crimea
 
07/20 18:25   Moscow Election Commission on Saturday rally: no point in pressure, better prepare for elections
 
07/20 17:41   OSCE rep visits Ukrainian captives in Luhansk republic
 
07/20 17:23   Ukrainian Yuzhnoye Design Office developing orbital space plane
 
07/20 17:03   Russian rugby team would not be at risk during trip for friendly game in Tbilisi - president of Georgian Rugby Union
 
07/20 16:43   Rally for independent candidates to be allowed to stand for Moscow Duma ends without incidents
 
07/20 16:37   Sukhum man held on Russian border for trying to smuggle tactical pens
 
07/20 16:24   Russian, Belarusian troops finish Union Shield 2019 exercise planning
 




 

Interfax.com  |  Interfax news  |  Tatneft to resume active purchases of oil rights...


News headlines


May 14, 2019 13:23

Tatneft to resume active purchases of oil rights outside Tatarstan after 2025

MOSCOW. May 14 (Interfax) - Tatneft (MOEX: TATN) is planning to start actively obtaining oil leases outside Tatarstan after 2025, the company said in its Q1 report.

"The company is planning to reach the target [oil] production plateau of 38 million tonnes by 2030 through active acquisition after 2025 of new licenses in regions outside the Republic of Tatarstan where the company is already present," the report reads.

According to Rosnedra data, Tatneft has practically not been participating in auctions and competitions for oil and gas blocks in recent years.

Tatneft is searching for and exploring fields in licensed territories in the Republic of Kalmykia, the Orenburg, Samara, and Ulyanov regions, and the Nenets Autonomous District.

Under its development strategy, Tatneft is planning to increase oil production to 38.4 million tonnes by 2030 with 100% recovery. Most of that sum, 31.4 million tonnes, is expected to be oil produced, as before, in Tatarstan. Another 1.5 million tonnes will be produced outside the republic, including 1.4 million tonnes at fields in the Nenets Autonomous District, and 2.1 million tonnes will be superviscous oil. Development of exploration and "the use of innovative production methods" will provide another 3.5 million tonnes.

The company said that its targets for oil production do not take into account possible restrictions under the OPEC+ deal. Following the prolongation of the agreement, the company adjusted its production plans for 2019, keeping its target at the 2018 level of 29.5 million tonnes, rather than the 31.1 million tonnes originally planned.

Mc mz

(Our editorial staff can be reached at eng.editors@interfax.ru)

/Interfax/
 Subscription
You can access a demo version of, receive more information about or subscribe to Interfax publications by filling in and returning the form below. We also have dozens of reports in the Russian language, please indicate if you are interested.
Title:


Phone:


E-mail:


First name:


Company:


Country:
Last name:


Division:


City:
Products:
Central Asia & Caucasus Business Weekly
Central Asia General Newswire
Global Gas Analytics
Interfax Via Bloomberg Terminal
Kazakhstan General Newswire
Kazakhstan Mining Weekly
Kazakhstan Oil & Gas Weekly
Natural Gas Daily
Russia & CIS Announcements
Russia & CIS Banking and Finance Weekly
Russia & CIS Business and Financial Daily
Russia & CIS Business and Financial Newswire
Russia & CIS Business and Investment Weekly
Russia & CIS Business Law Weekly
Russia & CIS Business news
Russia & CIS Defense Industry Weekly
Russia & CIS Diplomatic Panorama
Russia & CIS Energy Daily
Russia & CIS Energy Newswire
Russia & CIS Events Calendar
Russia & CIS Food and Agriculture Weekly
Russia & CIS General Newswire
Russia & CIS Headline News
Russia & CIS Insurance Weekly
Russia & CIS IT and Telecom Weekly
Russia & CIS Metals and Mining Weekly
Russia & CIS Military Daily
Russia & CIS Military Newswire
Russia & CIS Military Weekly
Russia & CIS Oil and Gas Weekly
Russia & CIS Presidential Bulletin
Russia & CIS Statistics Weekly
Russia Health & Pharmaceuticals
Russia Market Roundup
Russia Press Review
Ukraine Business Daily
Ukraine Business Weekly
Ukraine General Newswire
Please enter the digits from picture in the box below:

July 20, 2019
 
20:00
Russia's Soyuz spacecraft reaches orbit, on course towards ISS
 
19:52
Soyuz MS-13 carrying next ISS expedition launched from Baikonur
 
18:44
Ancient burial site of armed warriors found in Crimea
 
18:25
Moscow Election Commission on Saturday rally: no point in pressure, better prepare for elections
 
17:41
OSCE rep visits Ukrainian captives in Luhansk republic
 
17:23
 
17:03
Russian rugby team would not be at risk during trip for friendly game in Tbilisi - president of Georgian Rugby Union
 
16:43
Rally for independent candidates to be allowed to stand for Moscow Duma ends without incidents
 
16:37
Sukhum man held on Russian border for trying to smuggle tactical pens
 
16:24
Russian, Belarusian troops finish Union Shield 2019 exercise planning
 
16:12
Vietnamese, Philippine warships to take part in Navy Day parade in Vladivostok
 
15:06
Two participants in Basayev's attack on Dagestan jailed for 15 yrs - Investigative Committee
 
14:38
Over 60% of Russians approve of president's performance - VCIOM poll
 
12:53
Kyiv customs office detains truck with some 100 paintings from France
 
 more headlines 



Interviews
 

.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will hold negotiations on the sidelines of the Petersburg Dialogue forum in Germany on Thursday. Maas has given an interview to Interfax ahead of the forum, in which he speaks about prospects of settling the conflict in Ukraine, Germanys preparations for ensuring security in the absence of the INF Treaty and attempts to save the Iranian nuclear deal.

more
.
.
German Ambassador to Russia Rudiger von Fritsch, who is leaving Moscow after a five-year mission, told Interfax about the state of affairs in bilateral relations, Germanys position on the Nord Stream 2 project amidst sanction risks, and assessed prospects for settling the crisis in Ukraine under the new authorities in Kyiv.

more
.
.
U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about results of the trilateral meeting on Afghanistan settlement that took place in Moscow on April 25, prospects of the intra-Afghan meeting in Doha, and Russia‘s role in the Afghan issue.

more

 
  
 ©   1991—2019   "Interfax News Agency" JSC. All rights reserved.
Contact information   |   Privacy Policy   |   Interfax offices   |   made by web.finmarket

News and other data on this site are provided for information purposes only, and are not intended for republication or redistribution. Republication or redistribution of Interfax content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Interfax.

Browse other Interfax sites:  Interfax.ru   |   IFX.RU   |   Interfax Group   Rambler's Top100