Burisma Group puts new well into operation on Zhuravlyna structure of Derkachivsko-Voitenkivska area in July

3 August 2020

In July, Burisma, an international group, completed drilling works at the new well No. 7 on the Zhuravlyna structure of Derkachivsko-Voitenkivska area, Kharkiv region, and started its industrial use.

The well depth is 4,000 m. It has been drilled with the Uralmash 4E boring machine equipped with a state-of-the-art purification system.

The new well’s flush production rate exceeded 200 thousand cubic meters of gas and 105 tons of condensate per day. The daily production of the wellsite turned out to be higher than expected.

“We are satisfied with the result. The high output of this well confirms that investments into drilling efforts can be economically feasible even despite the drop in energy resources prices on the global market and internal problems in Ukraine’s energy sector. It should be also born in mind that each of the new wells is taking Ukraine one step closer to energy independence,” said Burisma Group CEO Taras Burdeinyi.

Currently, Burisma Group is Ukraine’s leader in terms of the number of new wells that started drilling in 2020.

According to the investment program, Burisma Group plans to drill 14 new wells at the Karaikozivske, Vodianivske and Rakytnianske fields, Zhuravlyna structure of Derkachivsko-Voitenkivska area, Klubanivsko-Zubrenkivska field and other areas.

Burisma Group is constantly investing into innovative technologies. Currently, Burisma owns 20 drilling machines with lifting capacity ranging from 120 to 680 tons, including SK 3000 – the largest land machine in Eastern and Central Europe.

Operations and achievements of Burisma Group are aimed at reliable power supply, as well as energy and environmental safety of the country. The company’s development strategy promotes strengthening of energy independence of Ukraine.

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