• 2019 April 18 12:49

    NOVATEK reports preliminary operating data for the first quarter 2019

    PAO NOVATEK reported today preliminary operating data for the first quarter 2019.

    In the first quarter 2019, NOVATEK’s hydrocarbon production totaled 147.1 million barrels of oil equivalent (boe), including 18.66 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas and 2,987 thousand tons of liquids (gas condensate and crude oil), resulting in an increase in total hydrocarbons produced by 14.6 million boe, or by 11.0% as compared with the first quarter 2018.

    Preliminary natural gas sales volumes, including volumes of LNG sold, aggregated 22.18 bcm, representing an increase of 9.5% as compared with the corresponding period in 2018. Natural gas volumes sold in the Russian Federation in the first quarter 2019 were 18.77 bcm, whereas volumes of LNG sold on international markets amounted to 3.41 bcm.

    The Company processed 2,693 thousand tons of unstable gas condensate at the Purovsky Processing Plant, representing a 2.5% decrease as compared with the corresponding volumes processed in the prior reporting period. NOVATEK processed 1,765 thousand tons of stable gas condensate at the Ust-Luga Complex, representing a 0.5% decrease in volumes processed at the facility in the first quarter 2019.

    According to preliminary data in the first quarter 2019, petroleum product sales volumes aggregated 1,797 thousand tons, including 1,159 thousand tons of naphtha, 272 thousand tons of jet fuel, and 366 thousand tons of fuel oil and gasoil. NOVATEK sold 1,128 thousand tons of crude oil and 372 thousand tons of stable gas condensate.

    As at 31 March 2019, NOVATEK had 0.8 billion cubic meters of natural gas, including LNG, and 772 thousand tons of stable gas condensate and petroleum products in storage or transit and recognized as inventory.

    NOVATEK’s hydrocarbon production including share in production of joint ventures

     

    1Q 2019

    1Q 2018

    Change,%

    Natural gas, bcm

    18.66

    16.51

    13.0%

    Liquids, thousand tons

    2,987

    2,936

    1.7%

    Total hydrocarbons, mln boe

    147.1

    132.5

    11.0%

    Total hydrocarbons, mln boe per day

    1.63

    1.47

    11.0%

    Natural Gas Sales Volumes, bcm

     

    1Q 2019

    1Q 2018

    Change,%

    Total natural gas sales volumes

    22.18

    20.26

    9.5%

    Sold in the Russian Federation

    18.77

    19.31

    -2.8%

    Sold on international markets

    3.41

    0.96

    255.6%

    PAO NOVATEK is one of the largest independent natural gas producers in Russia, and in 2017, entered the global gas market by successfully launching the Yamal LNG project. Founded in 1994, the Company is engaged in the exploration, production, processing and marketing of natural gas and liquid hydrocarbons. The Company’s upstream activities are concentrated mainly in the prolific Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Region, which is the world’s largest natural gas producing area and accounts for approximately 80% of Russia’s natural gas production and approximately 15% of the world’s gas production. NOVATEK is a public joint stock company established under the laws of the Russian Federation. The Company’s shares are listed in Russia on Moscow Exchange (MOEX) and the London Stock Exchange (LSE) under the ticker symbol “NVTK”.




2019 June 26

18:11 Jacobs wins contract to help build the largest shipyard in the Arabian Gulf
18:09 Senior officials from Kenya Coast Guard Services are undergoing training at national workshop in Mombasa
17:52 LUKOIL commissions two wells at V. Filanovsky field
17:30 Term of office of Sergey Baryshnikov, Rector of Makarov University, extended for 5 years
17:06 Saudi Aramco signs 12 agreements with South Korean partners worth billions of dollars
16:41 Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam completes major maintenance programme on OSV Deep Arctic
16:23 Nordic Engineering wins competition on development of technical design for 6-8 MW icebreaker
15:49 50 Let Pobedy icebreaker returned to Murmansk after its 50th voyage to North Pole
15:35 OOCL chooses Navis Stowage Planning Software StowMan for its container ship fleet
14:52 MacGregor works together with MSC to maximise performance and reduce emissions
14:50 IMO celebrates 30 years of outstanding legal training
14:26 North Sea Port conducts quay-inspection test using underwater robot from Asset.Insight.
14:03 Damen Shiprepair & Conversion signs contract on the conversion of a dredger ‘Samuel de Champlain’
13:52 EU NAVFOR Somalia takes part in Ministerial Conference on Maritime Security in Western Indian Ocean and Plenary Session of CGPCS
13:24 Sergey Larionov elected as General Director of Lena United River Shipping Company
12:51 Igor Tonkovidov elected as Chairman of Novoship BoD
12:27 Port of Rotterdam Authority to invest over 3.5 million euros to optimise the Wilhelminahaven
12:00 Nevsky Shipyard certified in “Military Register” Voluntary Certification System
11:58 Closing of MacGregor's TTS acquisition postponed to Q3 2019
11:35 Russia's Main Department of State Expertise approved project on development of bunkering base at commercial seaport of Murmansk
10:57 Yamal LNG shipped first LNG cargo to Japan
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09:59 IAPH South East Asia and Oceania Region meets in Kuala Lumpur in August
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09:14 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,280 points

2019 June 25

18:06 VARD orders seawater cooling for newbuild cable layer
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15:15 NCSP Group announced decisions made at annual general shareholders' meeting
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14:20 ABP King’s Lynn investment attracts new construction industry customer
13:37 MAN B&W dual-fuel engines pass half-million hour milestone
12:59 ECSA celebrates the Day of the Seafarer
12:47 Bunker market sees mixed price movements at the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
11:58 Fuel technologies in the spotlight at ABS Hellenic Technical Committee
11:39 Dickson obtains status of international port
10:58 MEYER WERFT hands over Spirit of Discovery to the British cruise line Saga Cruises
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10:24 Gender equality is the theme of Day of the Seafarer 2019
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09:16 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,258 points

2019 June 24

18:05 Training Montenegro to combat oil spills
17:50 Four cruise ships visit the Port of Riga at the same time
17:27 Finnish Government proposes supplementary appropriation of EUR 40 million for basic infrastructure management
17:05 Austal delivers third guardian class patrol boat to the Australian Department of Defence
16:47 Incat Crowther announces contract to design a 65m catamaran passenger ferry
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15:30 United Shipbuilding Corporation establishes USC-Propulsion and USC-Interior subdivisions
15:03 MOL signs deal on a long-term charter contract to utilize "MOL FSRU Challenger" for Hong Kong Offshore LNG Terminal Project
14:42 New USC Vice-President, Civil Shipbuilding, to get into office on 10 July 2019
14:21 USC expects its Astrakhan cluster to build 12 river-sea class ships per year