15 February 2016

«REP Holding» provided the supply of equipment on reconstruction sites of Urengoy oil-gas condensate field.

“REP Holding” manufactured and supplied three sets of changeable flow channels 145СПЧ10/76-3.0С for OOO “Gazprom Dobycha Urengoy” within the frame of the program for technical re-equipping of the objects.

Manufactured of “Nevskiy Zavod” (included into the Holding structure) equipment was successfully tested on the testing bench of the enterprise, proved the accordance to the technical requirements of the Customer. The advantages of these CFC are the presence of two additional operation modes, which provide the possibility for equipment operation with higher and lower productivity besides nominal.    

The changeable flow channels will be installed on the booster compressor station of Urengoy oil-gas condensate field to keep the pressure of the natural gas for its supplying for the next compression stage under the condition of bottom-hole pressure of oil-gas condensate field.

It is the second delivery of the equipment, which was manufactured by “REP Holding” within the program of manufacturing facilities modernization of Urengoy oil-gas condensate field. First three set of CFC were supplied for objects in December 2014 year.
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Urengoy oil-gas condensate field is the biggest in the world field, which is located on the land. It was found out in 1966, the total square is more than 6 000 km².
The development of the field is performed by OOO “Gazprom Dobycha Urengoy” - 100% affiliated enterprice of PJSC “Gazprom”. The complex includes: 22 complex gas treatment plants, 2 oil-fields, 18 booster compressor stations, 5 gas-cooling station, more than 2800 operation cored holes, 2 compressor stations for oil-dissolved gas recovery and pump station for condensate supply.  
In 2014 cumulated gas production by OOO “Gazprom Dobycha Urengoy” reached the peak volume- more than 6.5 trillion m³. Such quantity of gas was not produced by any country in the world.    

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