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2010/3
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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2010/3
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

Bibliography: