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Hungarian MOL sells Tomsk oil company assets to investors from Russia


MOL oil and gas company of Hungary has closed a sale of 100% in Matyushkinskaya Vertikal LLC (Tomsk Oblast, Russia) to private investors from Russia, who passed the asset to Rus’-Oil under confidential management agreement. This information was confirmed to editors by Rus’-Oil press service.

Established more than ten years ago, Matyushkinskaya Vertikal LLC owns a license valid until end of 2029 to develop Matyushkinsky License Block in Alexandrovsky district of Tomsk Oblast. The total extractable reserves at the site are estimated at about 17-20 million tons in oil equivalent. Production in 2015 amounted to about 100,000 tons.

Rus’-Oil would not reveal the price paid for Tomsk oil company assets.

Rus’-Oil, established in 2013, currently manages several oil-and-gas enterprises in KMAO-Yugra, Yakutia, Irkutsk Oblast, and Nenets Autonomous Okrug, including the likes of Dulisma, Polyarnoe Siyanie, Gustorechenskoe, Irelyakhneft, Razvitie Saint Petersburg, etc. The company controls overall reserves of 147 million tons, according to DeGolyer 2016 estimates.

In October, Rus’-Oil signed confidential management agreements for six licensing blocks in KMAO-Yugra (Surgut and Nefteyugansk districts) auctioned in July – Binshtokovskoe, West-Multanovskoe, Yugansk-16, Yugansk-18, Yugansk-19 and Yugansk-21. These license blocks together contain 20 million tons of oil. The company’s current annual production stands at 4.2 million tons, Rus’-Oil reports.

Until recently Matyushkinskaya Vertikal LLC was part of MOL – Hungary’s largest oil-and-gas company established in 1991. MOL is engaged in exploration and production, transportation of hydrocarbon fuels and operates a grid of backbone pipelines with the length of more than 5,000 km.