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The complex of seismological works on the East Siberian-1 site is planned for 2015-2016 year

In the city of Anadyr held a public hearing on the program of complex geophysical studies in the license area East Siberian-1.

The license for the site located in the western part of the East Siberian Sea was obtained by OJSC NK Rosneft at the end of 2013. The area of ​​the site is 187,4 thousand square kilometers. The depth of the sea within the site is 7-60 meters. Recoverable resources are tentatively estimated at 1,367 billion tons.

At the beginning of November 2014, Rosneft carried out 2D seismic surveys with a volume of 2 running kilometers.

In the period 2015-2016. the company plans to carry out a complex of seismological works with a total volume of 10 thousand running kilometers, as well as magnetometric and geochemical studies at the site. The organization of geological exploration is carried out by a specialized subsidiary of OJSC NK Rosneft CJSC RN-Shelf-Far East

Within the framework of the public hearings, a number of important issues were discussed: measures to protect the environment during research, equipment and technologies intended for use, and the actual procedure for the implementation of works.

On the first issue, it was noted that during the entire period of research, compliance with established rules on environmental protection will be monitored by independent environmental specialists. With regard to the order of implementation of works, then it will be responsible for specialized research vessels in tandem with support vessels.

The outcome of the hearings was the approval of the implementation of the submitted program by its participants.

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