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2011/4
Peculiarities of Asphaltene-Resin-Paraffin Deposits in Late Stages of Field Development
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Lyudmila V. IVANOVA graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1983. She is Associate Professor of the Department of Organic Chemistry and Petroleum Chemistry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author 52 scientific works in the field of petroleum chemistry. E-mail: ivanova.l@gubkin.ru
Vladimir N. KOSHELEV was born in 1957, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1975. He is First Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, head of the Department of Organic Chemistry and Petroleum Chemistry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author of more than 280 scientific papers in the field of organic chemistry and petroleum chemistry. E-mail: koshelev.v@gubkin.ru
Alexey A. VASECHKIN was born in 1986, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2008. He is postgraduate student of the Department of Organic Chemistry and Petroleum Chemistry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is author of 8 scientific papers and publications in the field of oil study. E-mail: vasexhkin.aleksey@yandex.ru
Yegor A. BUROV was born in 1987, graduated from the Master Program of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2010. He is now postgraduate student of the Department of Organic Chemistry and Petroleum Chemistry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author of 8 scientific papers in the field of oil study. E-mail: burov_egor48@mail.ru
Olga V. PRIMEROVA is a student the Faculty of Chemical Engineering at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. E-mail: feekys@gmail.com

Abstract: The paper analyzes the influence of the chemical composition of a group of four oils of Volgograd and Orenburg regions on their low temperature properties: freezing point and the tendency to form asphaltene-resin-paraffin deposits. It is shown that when studying the group composition it is important to consider not only the quantitative content of individual groups of compounds: paraffin-naphthenic and aromatic hydrocarbons, resins and asphaltenes in the oil, but also their mutual relationship, which can be determined on the basis of spectral coefficients. We found that deposits may grow in the presence of formation water. This is due to the amount of polar components-resins and asphaltenes - in the studied oil.

Index UDK: 622.276

Keywords: asphaltene-resin-paraffin deposits (ARPD), structural-group composition, physical and chemical properties of oil, IR spectra, spectral coefficients of oil, water cut

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2011/4
Adjusting Average for Ensemble Kalman Filter to Improve Quality of Adaptation of Reservoir Parameters Using Factual Development Indicators
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Leonid I. GRIGORIEV was born in 1943, graduated form Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1966. He is professor, the Head of the Department of Computer-Aided Processing of Information and Management. Аuthor of the 120 publications in the field of automated control systems, computer science, artificial intelligence, supervisory control. E-mail: lgrig@gubkin.ru
Nikolai V. KAZAKOV was born in 1986, completed Master’s Program of the Department of ACS of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2009. He is now a graduate student. E-mail: haberle@rambler.ru

Abstract: A method for adjusting the average value in the Ensemble Kalman Filter (EnKF), as an effective method to adapt the characteristics of the reservoir, based on correlation analysis is presented. This method improves the quality of the field adaptation at the expense of processing the information available and does not require any additional data.

Index UDK: 622.24

Keywords: Ensemble Kalman Filter, adaptation of reservoir models, adjustment of ensemble average, adaptation per history

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2011/4
Educational Complex for Modeling and Controlling Oil and Gas Industry Facilities
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Oleg Y. PERSHIN was born in 1945 and graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry. He is Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Industrial Processes Automation at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas and consultant for strategy and development of oil and gas sector in ZAO “Honeywell”. His main specialization is mathematical methods in the design and management of technological objects. He is author of more than 90 published works. E-mail: pershino@mail.ru

Abstract: We described an integrated set of computer modeling and management of technological objects, consisting of three integrated modules: a simulation module, distributed control system and module of process stabilization and optimization. The complex is implemented on the basis of products of Honeywell Company.

Index UDK: 622.24

Keywords: manufacturing processes, computer modeling, control, integration

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2011/4
Management and Diagnostics. Methodological Aspects.
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Alexei G. TOLSTOV graduated from the Physics Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1969, Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor of the Department of Automatic Control Systems of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is author of more than 80 scientific papers, 9 books and 9 manuals. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The place of technical diagnostics in the structure of the technological items management in accordance with generally accepted definition of the actual concept of «management» is considered. The key concepts of technical diagnostics are discussed. A general architecture of automated diagnostic systems and the basic general requirements for this class of systems are proposed

Index UDK: 65.050

Keywords: management, state property, efficiency, Pot, maintenance, technical diagnostics

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2011/4
Study of Impact of Oil Refining Facilities on Hydrological State of Territories
Industrial and environmental safety, occupational safety and health

Authors: Elena A. MAZLOVA graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry specializing in “Basic organic and petrochemical synthesis”. She is Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Industrial Ecology at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author of 90 scientific papers, 3 books and 5 tutorials. She prepared six candidates of sciences. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Dmitry O. SIDORENKO was born in 1966, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Oil and Gas. His specialty is technology of oil refining. At present he is Associate Professor of the Department of Industrial Ecology at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Julia A. ANURINA graduated from Sevastopol National Technical University in 2005, majoring in “Ecology and environmental protection”. She is chief specialist of the Department of Industrial Safety at VNIPIneft and postgraduate student of the Department of Industrial Ecology of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The problem of pollution of natural ecosystems by oil and oil products is considered. The object of investigation was the territory of the sanitary protection zone of Moscow oil refinery adjacent to the Moscow River. The results of laboratory tests of samples of soil and river water are presented. A comparative analysis of the hydrocarbon group composition of the samples of soil and coastal refinery sludges was carried out.

Index UDK: 504.064:502.36

Keywords: environment, chemical analysis, reservoir pollution with oil, extraction, soil contamination, hydrocarbons group composition

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2011/4
New Methods of Analysis for Water Treatment
Industrial and environmental safety, occupational safety and health

Authors: Aleksandr P. MELNIKOV was born in 1987, he graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2009. He is now postgraduate student of the Department of Industrial Ecology at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Аuthor of 3 scientific papers. E-mail: melnic25@yandex.ru
Nikolai K. ZAITSEV is Doctor of Chemical Sciences, professor of the Department of Industrial Ecology at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author of more than 100 scientific papers. E-mail: nk_zaytsev@mail.ru
Sergey V. SHORIN was born in 1978, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2000, Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Chief of the Department of Ionometry of LLC “Econix-Expert”. Аuthor 33 scientific works. E-mail: sshorin@mail.ru
Stanislav V. MESHCHERYAKOV is Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Head of the Department of Industrial Ecology at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Аuthor of more than 100 scientific papers. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: Electrochemical (voltammetric) analysis at the interface of two insoluble electrolytes can significantly extend the possibilities of today’s analytical chemistry. Of special interest is the possibility of analyzing such ordinary objects as poli-alkil-guanidines, the prospect of which is attractive alternative to chlorination for easy cleaning. A significant advantage of the method in this case is not only the simplicity of equipment, and its assimilation, which is especially important for water quality control in water treatment. An additional advantage is the possibility to determine heavy metals in water using the same equipment, as well as its low cost compared with the complex chromatographic systems sometimes used to solve similar problems.

Index UDK: 665.723

Keywords: AYSE, voltammetry, GRDNRE, inversion mode, ion-selective electrode, poli-alkil-guanidine, electrochemical analysis, Biopag, Ekosept, Polisept, perchlorate, perrhenate, Econix-Expert Ecotest-VA, COD

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2011/4
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries Analysis of R & D Management System in Oil and Gas Company
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Vitali F. DUNAEV was born in 1936 and graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1959, specializing in ‘Geophysical methods of prospecting and exploration of mineral deposits’. He is Professor and Head of the Department of Economics of the Oil and Gas Industry at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Doctor of Economics. He is also member of the International Academy of Higher Education, Academy of Mining Sciences and Natural Sciences, author of 100 scientific works, including four monographs. He prepared 23 candidates of sciences. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Elena Yu. BELKINА graduated from Odessa State Economic University in 2000, specializing in ‘International Economics’. In 2008 she received her MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics. She is Deputy Director of the Department of Research, Technological Development and Innovation at JSC ‘NK’ Rosneft’. She is author of 7 scientific publications on the formation of the control system of R&D. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Alexander М. KIRILLOV was born in 1978 graduated from the Lobachevski Nizhny Novgorod State University in 2000; he is PhD, Deputy Head of the Department of Scientific and Technological Development and Innovation JSC ‘NK’ Rosneft”. He has nine scientific publications, 1 monograph. E-mail: a_kirillov@rosneft.ru

Abstract: This paper proposes an integrated approach to R & D project management, whose main purpose is to focus research work on the final technological and commercial results. An R & D project management system including a set of subsystems, objects and methods of management is proposed

Index UDK: 65.290

Keywords: peer assessment, risks, research and development activities, innovative projects, project management, likelihood of success

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2011/4
Stimulation of Labor Force as an Important Factor of Innovative Development
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Boris D. PROMYSLOV was born in 1941 graduated from the National Correspondence Institute of Civil Engineering in 1971. He is expert in the field of Economics and Management, Doctor of Economics, professor. His primary job is at the Academy of Labour and Social Affairs. He has published over 90 scientific papers, including 8 monographs and textbooks.

Abstract: An integrated approach to enhance the stimulation and motivation of employees under current conditions is considered as an important factor in improving the effectiveness of innovative development

Index UDK: 658.3

Keywords: incentives, labor, training, motivation, training, skills, planning, certification, human resources, career

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2011/4
Computer Data Processing for Human Resource Management.
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Nicholai N. PUSHKAREV was born in 1962, graduated from RosZITLP in 1982 as engineer-economist. He is Doctor of Economics, рrofessor. He works at Moscow State University of Transprort (MIIT), he is a specialist in the field of management. Author of more than 142 published scientific papers. E-mail: nik_n_p@mail.ru

Abstract: The paper considers the application of information technology in human resource management through the establishment of banks and databases

Index UDK: 658.3

Keywords: human resources, information systems, computer technology

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2011/4
Main Indicators of Global Oil Industry in the Early XXI century.
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Yuri I. CHERNYI graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 1962 as engineer-economist in oil and gas industry. He is Professor of the department of international Oil and Gas Business at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He has published over 110 scientific publications, including 8 tutorials. E-mail: yucherny@yandex.ru

Abstract: The factors that have had the greatest influence on the development of world oil production in the period 1995-2009 are considered. It is noted that the period of 1995-2009 was quite difficult in the development of world oil production, caused by strengthening crisis in the oil extraction, growing globalization and environmental pressures, the need to take into consideration energy saving and increase of energy efficiency of resources. The main factors influencing the change in use of the most efficient manufacturing processes are: the growth of the depth of oil refining, reducing the sulfur content of core petroleum products, increasing the share of high-quality gasolines in the total amount of production. These data allow defining the role and place of the basic oil processing processes in the reported period, based on the need to overcome the problems identified.

Index UDK: 65.050

Keywords: international petroleum industry, main indicators, 1995-2009, complexity of deve-lopment, factors, processes, stability

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