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Metal Content in High-Molecular-Weight Components of Early Oil (object of study - Orenburg Oil-Gas-Condensate Field)
Geosciences

Authors: Nataliya A. SKIBITSKAYA graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1960. She is Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Head of Laboratory at Oil And Gas Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences. She is specialist in petrophysics, geochemistry and formation physics. She is author of over 100 scientific publications and five patents. E-mail: skibitchka@mail.ru
Oleg K. NAVROTSKY graduated from Saratov State University in 1960. He is Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, leading research fellow at Nizhnevolzhsky Institute of Geology and Geophisics. He is specialist in organic matter geochemistry and author of over 120 scientific publications. E-mail: oknavr01@gmail.com
Irina O. BURKHANOVA graduated from Master Course at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas at the Department of Geophysical Information Systems in 2009. She is Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, senior research fellow at Oil And Gas Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences. Her scientific interests are comprehensive well logging data interpretation for complex carbonate reservoirs involving lithological, petrographical, petrophysical and geochemical information. She is author of 30 scientific publications. E-mail: burhanova_irina@mail.ru
Mikhail N. BOLSHAKOV graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas specializing in Information and Measurement Tools and Technologies in 2002. He is Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, senior research fellow at Oil And Gas Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences. His scientific interests are 3D geological and geophysical simulation, unconventional hydrocarbon reserves evaluation. He is author of 30 scientific publications and a patent.
E-mail: rgu2006@mail.ru
Leonid A. ZEKEL graduated from M. V. Lomonosov Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Technology. He is Candidate of Chemical Sciences, leading research fellow at A.V. Topchiev Inst are in the sphere of chemistry and chemical technology of high-molecular oil components and heterogeneous catalysis. He has published over 150 publications. E-mail: zekel@bk.ru

Abstract: Distribution of microelement in certain high-molecular components of early oil of Orenburg Oil-Gas-Condensate Field, namely in asphaltenes, tars and waxes is shown. The studied high-molecular-weight components (HMWC) contain high concentration of rare and rare-earth, nonferrous and precious metals. The current and emerging engineering methods allow to produce and converse HMWC. It means, that HMWC of source rocks is a new valuable source of raw materials for petroleum refining. It could provide high profitability for immature tight oil production and refining projects for gas-condensate, oil-gas-condensate and oil fields

Index UDK: 550.4:553.982

Keywords: Early stages of oil generation, tight oil, high-molecular-weight components, asphaltenes, tars, waxes, Orenburg Oil-Gas-Condensate Field, metal content

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