The enterprises of the State Concern "Turkmennebit" ensure sustainable growth of production

15:42 03.09.2020 4683

The stable production growth of the divisions of the State Concern "Turkmennebit" demonstrates the main indicators for seven months of 2020. Thus, oil production by the concern amounted to 2 million 290 thousand tons, natural gas - 1 billion 157 million cubic meters. At the same time, the implementation of the plan for the production of these hydrocarbons for the specified period amounted to 106.7% and 148.6%.

In achieving the set goals, an important role belongs to the "Nebitdag" drilling department, which is making significant progress in the development of hydrocarbon resources. So, over the past period, the excavation of the earth's interior amounted to 125.2 thousand meters. Following the results of seven months, the depth covered was 34 thousand 679 meters, and the additional depth covered was 3 thousand 375 meters.

The enterprise has an extensive fleet of new Russian and Chinese equipment, qualified specialists and workforce. Modern drilling rigs are characterized by high maneuverability and power, have unique characteristics and can operate in difficult climatic conditions. For example, they are able to drill wells up to 7,000 meters deep, which, in turn, contributes to the expansion of oil production and development from the Miocene deposits.

As a result of the use of technical means, the Korpedzhe Drilling Department of the “Turkmennebit” State Corporation has successfully completed drilling operations on 10 new wells in seven months, of which 8 are operational. The traversed depth of the earth's interior was 31,756 meters instead of the planned 30,761 meters.

Also, the production units of the State Concern "Turkmennebit" - "Nebitdag", "Goturdepe", Korpeje, "Ekerem" and others effectively use special overhead cranes with a capacity of 12.5 tons, which ensure high-quality transportation and installation of pipes.

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