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Djakupova J.K.,KazNIPIMunayGas JSC
SOCAR Proceedings | Year: 2012

One indicator of performance can be the amount of oil and gas companies oil and gas production per worker. Factors affecting productivity growth are changing logistical, organizational and socio-economic conditions both inside and outside the process of production, where reduced labor Lts per unit of production, gives increased levels of productivity. Manifestation of these changes are very diverse and can appear not only as a specific event, but as underlying processes and phenomena. Productivity growth means real savings in labour, the implementation of which achieves the minimum cost of labour per unit of production or work (services). Provisions of labour may find both the means of production and living labour Firstly one of them is to increase productivity through the use of new equipment and advanced technologies at all levels of the production chain and management, thus reducing the number of employees with growth fn output. Secondly the replacement of unskilled labor with a significant influx of professionals from other sectors of the economy. This requires an increase in the share of specialists with higher and secondary special education in total employment and leads to ncreased demands for skills development. The most important task of the company is the constant search for and implementation of provisions of labour productivity growth, which refers to the existing, as yet unused real opportunities to increase productivity.

The paper presents the theoretical basis and practical aspects of production costs in the management system for oil and gas companies, as well as a mechanism of production cost control. The cost management system is based on the process and the process of reflection systems to fit into modern legislation regulating this activity. A decisive role in the enterprise cost management is the socio-economic activities of the people, which are closely linked to the production of oil and gas.

Bisenova M.A.,KazNIPIMunayGas JSC
SOCAR Proceedings | Year: 2014

Experimental studies for defining the dependence of oil effective viscosity on shear rate at constant temperature with the addition of various reactants having bactericidal properties are presented in this article. On the basis of non-equilibrium reaction coefficients the agents most promoting viscosity decrease have been used. Herein it is shown that at small shear rates (1.11 ÷ 60.6 c-1) Neftegas-K has exhibited the best properties, and at major shear rates (100 ÷ 800 c-1) - Kompozit-1 was the best.

This article discusses particular features of the geologic texture and oil and gas content of the lower chalky productive deposit of "Kalamkas" field. The objective of the project was to perform a detailed study of the lower chalky section geological structure. Tectonically the region of interest is confined to the northern part of the North-Buzachin arch situated at the north-western end of the Turan platform. Administratively, "Kalamkas" field is situated in the Mangistays region of the Kazakh Republic. The field was discovered in January 1976. Development started in 1979 and continues to the present day by the Industrial Administration "KalamkasMunaygaz".

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