I'm interested in

The page will reload with new widgets as you request.

Filanovsky Field


The V. Filanovsky field, discovered by LUKOIL in 2005, is the largest oil field in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea, with initial recoverable reserves of 129 million tonnes of oil and 30 billion cubic meters of gas and annual target production of 6 million tonnes of crude oil. Commercial production at the field started on October 31, 2016 when Phase 1 of the field construction was launched.

As a result of the drilling program at the second development stage, the field's oil production is sustained at its plateau level of 6 million tonnes per year starting the second quarter of 2018.

As part of phase three LUKOIL completed construction of the first well in October 2019. The well was drilled with a floating jack up rig Neptune, mounted on a riser block platform


  • Phase 1, commenced in 2016, includes the following infrastructure: Ice Resistant Fixed Platform (IRP), Living Quarters Platform (LQP), the Riser Block (RB) and Central Processing Platform (CPP).

  • Phase 2, commenced in 2017 and aimed at supporting the annual plateau production level of 6 mln t, includes an IRP and LQP.

  • Phase 3 includes commencement of a wellhead platform in 2019.