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Moscow, Russia

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Moscow, Russia
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Kontorovich V.A.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Ayunova D.V.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Gubin I.A.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Kalinin A.Y.,Russian Academy of Sciences | And 6 more authors.
Russian Geology and Geophysics | Year: 2017

The paper deals with the South Kara regional depression covering the southern part of the Kara Sea and presents a comparative analysis of the geologic structure of potential exploration targets in the offshore and onshore regions of the study area. Regional tectonic processes are considered, and the main stages of the formation of large tectonic elements are reconstructed. A comparison of the anticline traps in the onshore parts of the study area and offshore Kara Sea regions is made. © 2017


Kiseleva Y.A.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute | Zheglova T.P.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute | Dakhnova M.V.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute | Mozhegova S.V.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute | And 2 more authors.
Russian Geology and Geophysics | Year: 2017

The results of genetic typification of oils and bitumens from oil source rocks (OSR) of the Buzuluk depression are presented. Crude oils within the study area were divided into five genetic types, which differ both in organic-matter composition and in the conditions of its accumulation. Characteristic of the potential source rock was given for each oil type. Oil-to-source rock bitumen correlation studies were performed using biomarker distribution. The studies have shown that only oils from the Upper Devonian-Middle Carboniferous deposits (oils of Types I and II) were generated by Domanik rocks. Middle Devonian oils (Types III-V) are not related to the Domanik strata. The identified relationships between oils and organic matter of different facies-genetic types of Domanikoid-Domanikite OSR can be used to refine the stratigraphic volume and geographic distribution boundaries of Domanik deposits in the study area. © 2017


Dakhnova M.V.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute | Zheglova T.P.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute | Mozhegova S.V.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute
Russian Geology and Geophysics | Year: 2014

The distribution of biomarkers in bitumens of source rocks of different ages in the southern Siberian Platform is studied to elucidate the correlation between oils and their sources. It is shown that the bitumens of Riphean, Vendian, and Lower-Middle Cambrian source rocks are different in some parameters reflecting the type of primary biogenic material, first of all, in the distribution of n-alkanes and acyclic isoprenoids and in the portions of steranes and triterpanes among polycyclic naphthenes. The revealed difference in the composition and distribution of biomarkers in bitumens of source rocks of different ages can be used to identify the sources of hydrocarbons in discovered pools. © 2014 .


Bylov G.V.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute
Neftyanoe Khozyaistvo - Oil Industry | Year: 2013

All-Russian Research Geological Oil Institute successfully uses MapInfo-based geographic information system (GIS) to monitor petroleum resource base of the country. Current needs of the organization require the deployment of scalable server and portal technologies (ESRI ArcGIS and Microsoft Sharepoint) to provide shared and remote access to the datasets. GIS analysis and development are used to enhance the quality and speed of geodata processing, as well as to streamline cartographic output.


Poroskun V.I.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute | Rodionova N.L.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute | Voloshina Yu.A.,All Russian Research Geological Oil Institute
Neftyanoe Khozyaistvo - Oil Industry | Year: 2013

The article examines the key aspects of subsurface management monitoring for hydrocarbons in the Russian Federation with the use of GIS system called "Oil and gas content and status of subsoil management in the Russian Federation". The authors describe the GIS system environment and its main components.Application range and a list of tasks for which GIS project can be used also are shown.

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