June 27-29, 2013 — LUKOIL Group presented its investment projects in Perm Krai.
June 27, 2013 — a group of representatives of the investment community visited Corporate Headquarters as part of the presentation. The participants had the opportunity to take part in LUKOIL’s Annual General Shareholders Meeting, to get an idea of the activities of LUKOIL’s Drilling Support Center. The purpose of the Drilling Support Center is to provide expert support for the drilling process of all major wells owned by the company in real time in order to ensure the maximum production and economic efficiency. The center provides a wide range of opportunities for real-time monitoring of drilling, for technological and geological support of drilling, and also opportunities for interdisciplinary groups of experts and specialists to interact. The company demonstrated its latest developments in engineering support of drilling, drilling measurements and well construction optimization.
June 28-29, 2013 — the representatives of the investment community visited the OAO LUKOIL production facilities located in Perm Krai.
June 28, 2013 — the presentation participants visited the production facilities of ООО LUKOIL-Permneftegazpererabotka. This is an integrated enterprise specializing in raw hydrocarbon processing, i. e. associated petroleum gas, a mixture of light hydrocarbons and a broad fraction of light hydrocarbons. It is rated among Russia's top five major gas-processing plants. Products manufactured by the plant comply with the international standards and are in high demand in many regions of Russia and abroad. The guests visited the newly constructed loading/unloading rack for liquefied petroleum gases and deflagrating mixtures, the central control room and the construction site of the second associated-petroleum-gas processing-line.
June 28, 2013 — the representatives of the investment community also visited ООО LUKOIL-Permnefteorgsintez, one of Russia's major hi-tech refineries, as part of the presentation. They saw a modern and rapidly developing refinery with a processing capacity of 13 million tons of oil and a conversion rate of 93%. More than half of the petroleum products manufactured here are exported. The presentation participants also visited the refinery's center for monitoring the operating procedure, a state-of-the-art lube refinery for packaged engine oils and the construction site of an "oil-residue-processingcomplex." The commissioning of the complex will enable LUKOIL-Permnefteorgsintez to enhance the conversion rate up to 98% and give up production of commercial fuel oil.
In the course of the visit to ООО LUKOIL-PERM headquarters and the PermNIPIneft Instutute, the guests enjoyed the opportunity to have a look at the exhibitions of the Museum of Perm Oil and visit laboratories studying drill muds and borehole drilling. The museum comprises more than 3,000 exhibits illustrating the nearly 80-year history and the current development level of the oil and gas industry of the Kama region. The lab of muds and borehole drilling at PermNIPIneft develops drill muds and backfill materials needed for the construction of exploration and production wells in the process of development of oil fields in the Volga-Ural oil and gas province.
The first day of the presentation of LUKOIL Group's priority investment projects in Perm Krai was concluded by speeches delivered by A.V. Leyfrid, OAO LUKOIL President's Representative and General Director of OOO LUKOIL-PERM, and N.A. Lyadova, Head of PermNIPIneft Institute. The speakers focusedon the implementation of the priority investment projects of LUKOIL Group in Perm Krai and the innovative approaches to well construction and oil production in the region.
June 29, 2013 — as part of the presentation, the investment community representatives visited oil and gas production facilities located at Unvinskoye oil and gas production field (Oil and Gas Production Shop No. 11, OOO LUKOIL-PERM). The guests were acquainted with the radial-drilling techniques employed at Shershnevskoye field, the multihole-drilling techniques used at Arkhangelskoye field, and the hydraulic- fracturing technique utilized at Unvinskoye field. These techniques allow LUKOIL to considerably enhance the efficiency of oil and gas production methods at its fields.
The visitors also took part in a cultural program, including a motor vessel trip across the Kama Sea. The guests visited the Khokhlovka Museum of Architecture and Ethnography, the first open-air museum of wooden architecture in the Urals region. It includes 23 unique monuments of Perm Krai wooden architecture dating back to the late 17th — the first half of the 20th century.