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Technologies and Features of Development of Hydrocarbon Deposits in Shallow-Water Transit Zones of the Kara Sea Priyamalsk Shelf
Geosciences

Authors: Alexander D. DZUBLO graduated from Gubkin University in 1972. He is Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Development of Offshore Oil and Gas Fields of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). He is specialist in the field of geology and geophysics of oil and gas fields and author of more than 130 scientific publications. E-mail: dzyublo.a@gubkin.ru
Ksenia V. ALEKSEEVA graduated with honors from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University) in 2018 with Master Degree in development of offshore oil and gas fields. She specializes in the development of offshore oil and gas fields. She has participated in international scientific and technical conferences, and has authored 4 publications.
E-mail: kseniya-alekseeva-95@mail.ru

Abstract: Deposits Kharasaveyskoe and Kruzenshternskoye are located on the Arctic shelf of the Kara Sea. The main difficulties encountered during the development are the harsh Arctic climate, the navigation period of 2-3 months, permafrost, shallow depths of the sea with a thick stratum of mud up to 20 m. Taking into account the climatic and geological conditions, the article suggests various options for the development of hydrocarbon deposits in shallow-water transit zones of the Priyamalsk shelf of the Kara Sea. We propose to use up-to-date technologies and methods of arrangement: to construct artificial islands and drill inclined wells from the shore

Index UDK: 622.276.031:532.11 (571.56)

Keywords: shallow water, arctic climate, hydrocarbons, drilling wells from shore, artificial island

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