Things you may not know about the Sakhalin-1 Project.
The Sakhalin-1 Project, operated by Exxon Neftegas Limited, is one of the largest single international direct investments in Russia and an excellent example of how advanced technologies are being applied to meet the challenges of the world’s growing energy demand. Over its years of production operations, the multi-billion dollar project has exhibited exemplary operational, environmental, and safety performance, and has provided significant benefits to Russia and its people.
Sakhalin-1 is comprised of Russian, Japanese, Indian and American participants and is operated by Exxon Neftegas Limited, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil — the world’s largest non-governmental oil and gas company.
Although discovered several decades ago, the Sakhalin-1 fields were not developed until new technologies became available as a result of successful partnership between Russian and international companies.
Sakhalin-1 includes three oil and gas fields — Chayvo, Odoptu, and Arkutun Dagi — located off the northeast coast of Sakhalin Island in the Russian Far East.
Of all ExxonMobil projects, Sakhalin-1 is one of the most challenging. The harsh arctic climate and difficult geographical conditions have required the use of unique technologies.