The Puclic Service of Geology and Subsoil auctioned 9 more oil and gas fields

The Puclic Service of Geology and Subsoil put up for sale areas with deposits of oil and gas located in three regions of Ukraine through ProZorro. It is reported by the Head of the Service, Oleh Kirilyuk.

“Today on the Prozoro.Sales website, we put up for sale 9 lots with hydrocarbon deposits. The initial price of land reaches 100 million UAH. These fields are located in three regions with a total area of ​​about 2 thousand square kilometers, and the period for using special licenses is 20 years ...”, said Oleh Kirilyuk.

The results of the auction will be announced on the day of the auction – June 18.

The Public Service of Geology and Subsoil announced data on such fields:

- 4 plots – Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk region. (Kohovsky, Rozdolovsko-Uspenovsky 1, Rozdolovsko-Uspenovsky 2, Orelsko-Brusivsky).

- 5 plots – Ivano-Frankivsk region. (Hoshevsky, Bolekhovsko-Smolyansky, Vostochno Kosmatsky, Yuho-Slivkinsky, Yasensky).

In total, at the moment, the Public Service of Geology and Subsoil prepared 26 sites with hydrocarbon deposits.

In total, in 2019 the Public Service of Geology plans to set up 70 subsurface sites. Of which, 30 oil and gas fields with an initial price of lots of 2 billion UAH and projected resources, which amount to 130 billion cubic meters of gas, and an area of ​​5 thousand square kilometers and 40 fields with deposits of other minerals.

It was reported earlier that on March 6, 2019 the first electronic auction for the sale of a special license for the use of mineral resources took place.

Source: kosatka.media

Tags: gas, contracts, oil, hydrocarbon output, gas production

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