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Храмов Денис
Denis Khramov
First Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation
Quotes
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Arctic Shelf Development: The Potential and the Risks
The prospects for growth [in the extraction and consumption] of gas are incredibly good, given the fact that development costs will come down, technology will improve, and demand for gas will only continue to grow throughout the world
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Arctic Shelf Development: The Potential and the Risks
The state, which must clearly be well aware of the resource base it possesses, must approach this issue with greater responsibility. It needs to do everything it can to boost prospecting work
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Increasing the Efficiency of Oil Production: Responding to the Challenges
The resource prospects for traditional production areas are still quite high. They account for roughly 45 billion tonnes of D0–D2 category resources, almost 26 billion tonnes of which are in Western Siberia. These reserves are mostly small objects in marginal zones and in deposits with difficult development conditions – Bazhenov and Domanik formations, overlooked deposits, and sub-gas deposits. There are still prospects for major discoveries, but mostly in areas far from infrastructure. Of course, these reserves should also be explored and incorporated into development, which requires adopting measures in two key areas: the first is incentivizing geological exploration in order to discover new fields in remote and marginal areas of traditional oil production regions and the other is incentivizing development of hard-to-recover reserves
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Gas-powered and Electric Vehicles in Russia: Possible Development Rates and Strategies
We need to reduce cumulative emissions by 20% in the most polluted cities of Russia. This figure was given in the presidential decree
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Gas-powered and Electric Vehicles in Russia: Possible Development Rates and Strategies
NGV fuel is growing at a pace of 25–30% per year around the world. Yet our country, which has, according to some estimates, the second or third biggest gas reserves in the world, of course, has an unacceptably small share of NGVs. We currently rank 114th in the world
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Gas-powered and Electric Vehicles in Russia: Possible Development Rates and Strategies
Motor transport is going through an era of substantial growth — 5% per year according to our estimates. By 2025, we expect there to be 450 vehicles per 1,000 people and motor vehicles to account for roughly 45% of gross emissions
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Gas-powered and Electric Vehicles in Russia: Possible Development Rates and Strategies
The Ecology national project was approved a week ago. It consists of several federal projects, one of which we called ‘Clean Air’. It provides funding, which we will protect. At present, according to our estimates, there are roughly RUB 110 billion in the consolidated budget, but mainly in the budget of the Russian Federation — roughly RUB 102.6 billion — earmarked for the implementation of measures associated with air purification
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Gas-powered and Electric Vehicles in Russia: Possible Development Rates and Strategies
The bulk of funding for reducing emissions is from private sources. Extra-budgetary sources amount to roughly RUB 371 billion, according to our most conservative estimates
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“The growth in LNG consumption in the world by 2030 will be 73% from the current 293 million tonnes of consumption last year,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“Russia strengthened its position in the global LNG market. And that is not just the global market, it is the fastest growing energy market,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“The current relatively low price for LNG that has formed in the world will be driving growth,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“The resource potential of Yamal and Gydan allows Russia to occupy a solid position in the natural gas market in general, and the LNG market in particular,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“Resource potential is not the only competitive advantage we have. Another important component is the technology. We pay a lot attention to that. The fourth stage of the Yamal LNG plant will be based on a self-contained liquefaction technology, which can be considered our own technology, it will largely use the Arctic climate, and it will produce about 1 million tonnes per year,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“One other pillar of competitiveness, which could be mentioned in regard to the Arctic LNG. Not only LNG needs to be scouted and produced: gas needs to be liquefied, it needs to be delivered. That is where the development of the Northern Sea Route, the development of navigation on the Northern Sea Route, the year-round passage of ice-class tankers—there are 15 of them already, gaining experience and competence in working at the Northern Sea Route, are the additional reserves for increasing competitiveness,”
24.01.2018
Russia House 2018
Russian Competitiveness in the Global Energy Sector
“Yamal LNG project was successfully launched. We plan to launch the second and third stages of the plant ahead of schedule in 2018 and 2019,”