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Gazprom geological exploration will perform seismic operations on the fields of the West Kamchatka shelf using the 3D method

Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin held a working meeting with Alexey Davydov, General Director of Gazprom Geologorazvedka, who came to the peninsula to participate in the Far East - 2014 investment forum.

The meeting discussed issues related to the development of the fields of the West Kamchatka shelf of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk by Gazprom Geologorazvedka, the Governor's press service reported. According to Aleksey Davydov, in 2015 the company plans to carry out seismic exploration using the 3D method, based on the results of which a decision will be made to build exploratory wells on the Krutogorsk, Kalavayam or Kunzhik uplifts.

"It is now important for us to report to the leadership and the public of the region about our plans, and to establish interaction on these issues, including those related to the environment," - I said, Alexey Davydov.

“It is necessary to work out the issues so that, first of all, when the wells are operating, to use the region's capabilities for bunkering, onshore bases, and supply. Kamchatka should get a decent return on Gazprom's activities on the peninsula. And, of course, special attention should be paid to environmental safety when carrying out all work, " - I said, Vladimir Ilyukhin.

The meeting also spoke about the social responsibility of Gazprom Geologorazvedka and the provision of assistance to the territories where the company conducts production activities. This year, such assistance can be provided to the Sobolevsky municipal district within the framework of an agreement on social and economic cooperation, the signing of which is scheduled at the investment forum "Far East-2014" on September 5.

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