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Russian Oil Supply traces the development of the Russian oil industry from its inception in the 1870s through the present. The fundamental geology of the two main producing basins (Volga-Ural and West Siberia) is presented along with a review of key production technologies. The technical, economic, and policy aspects of achieving the 1987-88 peak production are described as well as the mechanics of the production collapse that followed and, since 1999, the recovery of Russian output. The performance of Russia's major oil companies, independents and joint ventures is analyzed and conclusions drawn on the future course of production and exports.
|Ch. 1||The opening of Russia's oil industry||6|
|Ch. 2||The Volga-Ural basin||14|
|Ch. 3||West Siberia||34|
|Ch. 4||The peak, collapse and recuperation||65|
|Ch. 5||Industry performance||104|
|Ch. 6||The outlook for Russian oil supply||178|