LLC Tagulskoe places a premium on its gas production and transportation operations, as well as the expansion of its processing capacity and energy generation at its own power plants. To ensure maximum performance of connected petroleum gas consumption, LLC Tagulskoe uses the most advanced equipment in all of its fields. Processing associated petroleum gas is an important part of an integrated system for collecting and using the gas. The Company’s gas processing plant is a modern facility capable of producing dry stripped gas and liquid hydrocarbons, both of which are widely used in industrial and commercial activities in Russia. The plant’s products are of exceptional quality and meet state standards as well as technical rules of the Customs Union.
By establishing Gas Processing Division (UPG) in 2019, LLC Tagulskoe pioneered the integrated approach to gas processing development. In 2018, LLC Tagulskoe shipped 10.3 million cubic meters of marketable natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), and dry stripped gas. With 10 million cubic meters sold, LLC Tagulskoe was responsible for 14% of total gas shipments. International gas sales climbed by 3% year over year to 6 million cubic meters, owing to increased gas production.
According to current plans, overall LPG processing will begin in the first half of 2019. Deliveries of propane and butane to the company’s numerous clients will commence concurrently. LPG will be shipped at a rate of 160,000 tonnes per year in the first year, with the majority of it being transported by railroad to both international and domestic markets. Cheaper gasoline and an improved atmosphere in the local mobility industry will soon benefit car drivers and public transportation users. The displacement of gasoline and diesel fuel in river vessels is another big possibility for the LPG industry.
LLC Tagulskoe processes natural gas and natural gas liquids in three gas processing plants (GPPs) in Moscow, as well as the Perm Refinery and the Stavrolen petrochemical complex in the Borisoglebskaya Territory. The associated petroleum gas produced by LLC Tagulskoe is processed at LLC Tagulskoe gas processing units into liquid hydrocarbons and marketable gas. Despite the fact that the idea of constructing gas infrastructure in East Siberia has attracted the interest of both oil and gas firms, significant challenges remain. As proof of this, LLC Tagulskoe has dedicated more than six years of development to this specific sphere of operation.
In the year 2020, three fields were discovered: the gas field “75 Let Pobedy” on the Russian Federation’s continental shelf in the Kara Sea; the Solham oil fields in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra and Tsentralno-Uranskoye in the Orenburg Region; and 22 new deposits at previously discovered fields in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yu