Articles Archive

№ 3/260, 2010

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Effect of Abnormal Pore Pressure on oil and gas potential of West and East-Messoyakh fields cross-sections
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Vagif Yu. KERIMOV was born in 1949, graduated from Azizbekov Azebaijan Institute of Oil and Petrochemistry. He is Doctor of geological and mineralogical sciences, professor, head of the Dept. of Theory of Oil and Gas Exploration and Prospecting of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, published over 140 works. E-mail: vagif.kerimov@mail.ru
Gennady Ya. SHILOV was born in 1946, graduated from Azizbekov Azebaijan Institute of Oil and Petrochemistry. He is Doctor of geological and mineralogical sciences, professor of the Dept. of Theory of Oil and Gas Exploration and Prospecting of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, correspondent member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, published over 90 works. E-mail: genshilov@istel.ru
Anry A. SKRIPKA was born in 1974, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 1997, engineer of the Dept. of Theory of Oil and Gas Exploration and Prospecting of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, published 6 works. E-mail: Henry@mail.ru

Abstract: Applied aspects of effects of lithofacies characteristics of cross-section, fracture tectonics, disjunctive sedimentation on the process of identifying and evaluating geofluid pressures in oil and gas bearing cross sections are presented as exemplified by West Siberian fields. The results obtained from detailed study of pore pressure distributions in West Siberian fields show that even under the conditions of complicated geological structures it is possible to evaluate objectively the geofluid dynamic systems and thus to increase the efficiency of geological prospecting and further drilling

Index UDK: УДК: 622.276.031:532.11(571.56)

Keywords: Pore pressure, Logging, modified method of equivalent depths, argillaceous deposits, intraformational washout

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Structural and tectonic conditions of formation and placement of oil and gas accumulations in Preurals trough
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Eugenia N. SYSOYEVA was born in 1982, obtained Master’s degree at the Department of Theory of Oil and Gas Exploration and Prospecting of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2007, she is a postgraduate student. She published 2 works. E-mail: ENDavidova@mail.ru

Abstract: Structural and tectonic conditions of formation and placement of oil and gas accumulations in Preurals trough are considered, prospects of oil-and-gas bearing areas of the Russian Platform - Urals join zone are presented, acreages for exploration and prospecting are proposed

Index UDK: УДК: 550.8.011

Keywords: Urals, PreCaspian depression, East Orenburg arched formation, Sol-Iletzk arch, Mukhano-Erokhovsky trough, oilfield, Migration, Accumulations, Reservoir, Cap

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Method of Evaluating Abnormal Pore Pressure Using Logging Data under Complicated Geological Conditions of Messoyakh Group of Hydrocarbons Deposits.
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Boris L. ALEKSANDROV was born in 1938, graduated from Grozny Petroleum Institute, Doctor of geological and mineralogical sciences, correspondent member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. He is author of over 190 publications, 3 monographs, 35 patents and inventor’s certificates. E-mail: alex2e@yandex.ru
Gennady Ya. SHILOV was born in 1946, graduated from Azizbekov Azebaijan Institute of Oil and Petrochemistry. He is Doctor of geological and mineralogical sciences, professor of the Dept. of Theory of Oil and Gas Exploration and Prospecting of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, correspondent member of the Russian Academy of natural Sciences, published over 90 works. E-mail: genshilov@istel.ru
Anry A. SKRIPKA was born in 1974, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 1997, engineer of the Dept. of Theory of Oil and Gas Exploration and Prospecting of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, published 6 works. E-mail: Henry@mail.ru

Abstract: Problems of evaluating pore pressures using logging data under complicated geological conditions of Messoyakh area of West Siberia are considered. A modified method of equivalent depths allowing to obtain reliable values of pore pressures under large-scale intraformational and surface washouts of cross-section is shown. The flow chart of the pressure evaluating algorithm for PCs is given. The main difficulties of applying abnormal pore pressure for pressure evaluation are identified

Index UDK: УДК: 622.276.031:532.11 (571.56)

Keywords: Pore pressure, Logging, modified method of equivalent depths, argillaceous deposits, intraformational washout

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Spectral Analysis of Signals of Well-bore Wave Acoustics to Evaluate Physical and Mechanical Properties of Rocks
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Anatolyi S. MOISEYENKO was born in 1931, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Petroleum Institute in 1956. He is professor of the Department of Information and Measurement Systems at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Doctor of technical sciences, published 111 works, including 2 monographs. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Sergey A. MURAVYOV was born in 1983, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2006, a postgraduate student. His scientific interests include acoustic methods of logging, development of applied software. E-mail: muraviev.sergey@gmail.com

Abstract: Problems of interpretation of spectra acoustic signals, registered by multi-element well-bore probes, are considered. Basing on M.A. Bio theory of acoustic waves propagation in saturated porous media, the authors propose an algorithm of calculation to determine physical and mechanic parameters of rocks. The results of pretesting using production data are presented. The presented approach can be adapted for a wide range of tasks of ultrasonic measurements of porous media parameters.

Index UDK: УДК: 550.832

Keywords: acoustic logging, Porous medium, Spectrum, M.A. Bio

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New technological solutions for crude oil production and use of low pressure gas
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Roman Yu. OMELCHENKO was born in 1987, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2008. He is a student of the Master’s Program at the Department of Development and Operation of Gas and Gas Condensate fields, the author of 2 works in the field of development of gas fields. E-mail: Omelchenko_87@bk.ru
Inna V. GRYAZNOVA was born in 1978, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2000. She is a postgraduate student of the Department of Development and Operation of Gas and Gas Condensate fields, the author of 10 works in the field of development of gas fields. E-mail: inna_gryaznova@mail.ru

Abstract: The problems of crude oil production and use of low pressure gas are considered. The question of rational use and saving of reservoir energy becomes of great importance at the final stage of production. The possibility of using low pressure gas for petrochemical and power industries to produce electricity and heat, methanol, motor fuels etc. are discussed

Index UDK: УДК: 622.324 (035)

Keywords: low pressure gas, declining production stage, reserves, Production, Use

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Determining flow rate of emergency roarer with gas passing through fluid layers using geometric parameters of mound
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Valery I. ISAYEV was born in 1940, graduated form the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1966. He is professor of the Department of Petroleum and Subsurface Fluid Mechanics of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He published 126 works. E-mail: isa@gubkin.ru
Viktor G. IVANNIKOV was born in 1944, graduated form Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1976. He is assistant-professor of the Department of Petroleum and Subsurface Fluid Mechanics of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He published 40 works. E-mail: isa@gubkin.ru
Anton V. IVANNIKOV was born in 1975, graduated form Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 1999. He is senor lecturer of the Department of Petroleum and Subsurface Fluid Mechanics of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He published 23 works. E-mail: isa@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The results of experimental study of flow of vertical and horizontal gas stream through a layer of fluid are presented. The process of a gas-liquid mound formation on the fluid surface is analyzed. The article is a continuation of works published earlier (4−6)

Index UDK: УДК: 532

Keywords: jet, a liquid layer, fluid flow, gas-liquid mound

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Conformity assessment of flush fluid for drilling in argillaceous deposits
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Vladimir I. BALABA was born in 1954, graduated from Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1979. He is Candidate of Technical Sciences, assistant-professor of the Department of Drilling of Oil and Gas Wells at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He published 156 works, including 18 monographs and teaching aids in the field of drilling, quality management and industrial safety. E-mail: balaba@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The mechanism of argillaceous deposits degradation by disperse medium of the flush fluid is presented. The instrumental methods of estimating the stopping power of flush fluids are shown to be based the direct or indirect testing of mechanical properties of argillaceous deposits in contact with the flush fluid. The procedures of estimating the stopping power of flush fluids by studying the structural and deformation behavior, soaking, swelling, watering as well as the set of parameters are described.

Index UDK: УДК: 622.24

Keywords: drilling flush fluid, argillaceous deposits, degradation stopping, estimates of flush fluid stopping power

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Optimization of cyclic possesses operation of underground gas storage
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Alexander I. ERMOLAEV was born 1949, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry (currently, Gubkin Russian University of Oil and Gas). Professor, Doctor of technics, head the department of Gas and Gas Condensate Field Development (Gubkin Russian University of Oil and Gas). Author over 80 scientific works. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Yaroslav O. SIMAKOV was born 1986, graduated from Gubkin Russian University of Oil and Gas. Advanced student of the department of Gas and Gas Condensate Field Development (Gubkin Russian University of Oil and Gas). Author 1 scientific work. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Ildar I. IBRAGIMOV was born 1983, graduated from Almetyevsk Oil Institute. Candidate of technics, superior research engineer of Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences of RAS. Author 9 scientific work. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: In his article the statements of optimal allocation of gas extractions and his injection volumes for the underground gas storage wells problems are offered. Solution of these problems is reduced to construction of well production rates and pressures drawdown values dynamic (versus time) at stage of gas production from the underground gas storage (well injectivities and repressions dynamic at stage of gas injection). Solving formulated problems, well rates and pressures drawdown constraints or injectivity and repression constraints for gas production and gas injection respectively as well as total production (total injection) requirements with minimal total well produce water cut (maximal gas-water contact moving away well bottomhole) are allowed

Index UDK: УДК: 622.692.24

Keywords: Optimization, Algorithms, underground gas storage, Water cut, Production rate, pressure drawdown, Production, Injection

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Predicting residual life of gas-turbine engines of gas-compressor units
Design, construction and operation of pipeline transport

Authors: Sergey S. PEKIN was born in 1953, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Candidate of Technical Sciences, assistant-professor of the Department of Machines and Equipment for Oil and Gas Fields, published over 80 works. E-mail: Pekin@gubkin.ru
Vladimir V. BURLYI was born in 1986, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Candidate of Technical Sciences, post-graduate student of the Department of Machines and Equipment for Oil and Gas Fields, published 11 works. E-mail: Byrliy@yandex.ru

Abstract: Propagation of acoustic vibrations in several media with different properties is analyzed. The life of gas-turbine engines is considered. The results of the experiments allow to identify the moment of gas-turbine engine shutdown according to operating conditions

Index UDK: УДК: 620.9:622.691.4

Keywords: acoustic vibrations, Bearing, gas-turbine engine, Operating conditions, Life

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Quantum-Chemical Analysis of Catalyst Activity for Propane Aromatization and Benzene Alkylation by Propylene
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Dmitry V. SHIROKOV was born in 1983, graduated with Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering of Organic and Petrochemical Synthesis from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2007. He is now a postgraduate student of the Department of Chemistry of Gas. He has published several works and proceedings for international scientific conferences. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Valentina A. LUBIMENKO was born in 1952, graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1974, Candidate of Chemical Sciences, assistant-professor of the Department of Physical and Colloidal Chemistry of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. She published 33 works. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Ivan M. KOLESNIKOV was born in 1929, graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry of Gubkin Moscow Oil Institute, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Honoured Science Worker of the Russian Federation, professor of the Department of Physical and Colloidal Chemistry of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He published over 700 articles, 13 monographs and holds 93 patents. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: Development of theory of efficient catalysts stud for various reactions as well as design of reactions for catalysts is one of the major trends of today's applied chemistry. The main criterion, determining the feasibility and the depth of the catalytic process is in our mind an integrated quantum-chemical principle: a reaction can occur at all elementary stages if the following requirements to the system are fulfilled simultaneously: the rule of Hund, principles of Pauli, orbital symmetry, concordance of phase charges and correspondence of energies of interacting orbitals. This principle was considered in detail and confirmed by quantum-chemical calculations for two catalytic processes: propane aromatization over aluminum silicate catalysts, modified by gallium and benzene alkylation by propylene in organochlorsilanes. To evaluate the catalysts efficiency the accepting ability was selected - the value equal to the electromagnetic field strength, developed by tetrahedrons of catalytic centers. The values of bond lengths were determined by methods of molecular mechanics and nonempirical quantum-chemical method included into the software complex GAMELESS. The charges of cations were determined by the method of Vong-Ford based on calculation of electrostatic potential of molecules with the help of MOPAC 2007 software

Index UDK: УДК: 543.42

Keywords: organochlorsilanes, gallium aluminum silicates, Propane aromatization, alkylation of benzene by propylene, accepting ability, integrated quantum-mechanical principle

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