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Russia makes massive oil discovery in the Arctic

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Monday, July 4, 2022
  • 122 Impressed

Russia makes massive oil discovery in the Arctic

 

 

Dhaka July 04 2022 (RT) :

 

It is one of the largest recent findings on the Russian shelf, energy giant Rosneft says.

Russian energy major Rosneft has announced the discovery of a huge oil deposit in the Pechora Sea containing an estimated 82 million tons of oil.

The field was discovered thanks to a drilling campaign in the Medynsko-Varandeysky area. “During the tests, a free flow of oil was obtained with a maximum flow rate of 220 cubic meters a day,” the company’s statement read on Wednesday, noting that the “oil is light, low-sulfur, low viscosity.”

Rosneft noted that the exploration works in the waters of the Pechora Sea proved the “significant oil potential of the Timan-Pechora province on the shelf and became the basis for continuing the study and development of the region.”

The company reportedly controls a total of 28 offshore licenses in the Arctic, eight of them in the Pechora Sea.

 

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