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2011/1
Rationale for business models of management of international projects of LNG production and supplies
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Aleksandr O. GABRIYELOV was born in 1987. He got Master’s degree in “Project Management” in 2010 at the Faculty of Management of the Higher scholl of Economics. He is junior researcher of the Laboratory of Project Risks Analysis of OOO “Gazprom VNIIGAZ”. He published 3 works in the filed of economics and management. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: LNG is the most dynamically developing segment of the world gas market with dozens of projects being under way or planned all over the world. Specific charater of LNG projects requires special approach to management and in particular a rationale of the project business model. The main business models of of LNG projects are idebtified and described, their advantages and risks are shown, the fac tors affecting the choice of the model are evaluated. The theory of real options and simulation modeling was used to assess the managerial flexibility characteristic of a number of business models.

Index UDK: 658(075.8)

Keywords: Liquefied natural gas (LNG), Business models, arbitrage, real options

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2011/1
Safety barriers of liquefied natural gas storage
Industrial and environmental safety, occupational safety and health

Authors: Viliya S. KRASNOVA graduated from the Gubkin Russian State University of oil and gas in 2007. Post-graduate of “Industrial safety and environmental protection”. Author of 3 publications in the field of industrial safety of liquefied natural gas facilities. E-mail: vil-pryakchina@yandex.ru
Vasiliy F. MARTYNYUK was born in 1952, graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 1975, Doctor of Engineering Science. Professor of the chair of industrial safety and environmental protection, Gubkin Russian State University of oil and gas. Author of more than 100 publications in the field of dangerous industrial facilities risk analysis. E-mail: anaopa@gmail.ru

Abstract: The offered article is concerned with the issues of industrial safety of liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage facilities. The classification of LNG storage facilities is presented and a short description of these is provided. The paper also contains the review of dangers associated with impacts on the internal and the external hull of a storage. The safety barriers related to the considered dangers are described as a means of preventing the occurrence and reduction of consequences of the situation when the studied hazards take place

Index UDK: 502.35

Keywords: Liquefied natural gas, liquefied natural gas storage, Safety barriers, structural decision, active safety barriers, Safety systems

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2011/1
Competence model in the personnell management system
Human resources development of oil and gas industry

Authors: Aleksandr E. SLAVINSKY was born in 1981, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2004. He is senior lecturer of the Department of Labor and Personnel Management at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He published 15 works in the field of personnel assessment. E-mail: alslavinskiy@yandex.ru

Abstract: Corporate model of competences in the personell management system and the main aeas of its application are considered. Many companies introduce competence models to streamline human resource practices

Index UDK: 658.3

Keywords: competence model, personell management, human resources, selection, skill pool, remuneration

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2011/3
Optimal zone of existence of voids in the carbonate sediments
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Alexander V. LOBUSEV was born 1954, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry 1980. He is Dean of the Faculty of Geology and geophysics, professor, doctor of geological and mineral sciences. He published over 80 works in the field of petroleum geology. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Pavel N. STRAHOV — PhD (geol.), principal research scientist of the Dept. of Production Geology, RSU of oil and gas named after I.M. Gubkin. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Mihail A. LOBUSEV — PhD (tech.), senior lecturer of the Dept. of Production Geology, RSU of oil and gas named after I.M. Gubkin. E-mail: MLobusev@gmail.com

Abstract: The nature of the pores and cavities development in the carbonate sediments is considered. The epigenetic processes that control the behavior of the properties of voids are analyzed. Basing on the comprehensive analysis of theory and results of research of the rocks of the Caspian, West Siberian, East Siberian and Timan-Pechora oil and gas provinces three zones of existence of optimal pores and cavities in the carbonate sediments are identified.

Index UDK: 553.9

Keywords: oil, gas, hydrocarbons, rocks, cavities sediments, lithotypes, pore space, sedimentation

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2011/3
The study of the Middle Jurassic facies complexes of Western Siberia in 3D seismic data
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Anna V. SKRYNNIKOVA graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2010, she is postgraduate student of the Department of Exploration Geophysics and Computer Systems at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. She is author of 4 scientific papers in the area of interpretation of seismic data. E-mail: Skrynnikova.a@gubkin.ru
Alexsei V. SHUBIN was born in 1986, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas 2008. He is postgraduate student of the Department of Exploration Geophysics and Computer Systems at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is author of 4 scientific papers in the area of interpretation of seismic data. E-mail: Shubin.av@gubkin.ru
Alexander E. FOMIN was born in 1986, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas 2009. He is postgraduate student of the Department of Exploration Geophysics and Computer Systems at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is author of 3 scientific papers in the area of interpretation of seismic data. E-mail: Fomin.a@gubkin.ru
Fania M. BARS graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1973, she is Associate Professor of the Department of Exploration Geophysics and Computer Systems at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Candidate of Technical Sciences. Author 38 scientific publications. E-mail: Bars@getek.ru
Valery I. RYZHKOV was born in 1963, he is Head of the Department of Exploration Geophysics and Computer Systems at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Ph.D., Professor. He graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1985. His sphere of research interests is integrated interpretation of seismic data, VSP, acoustic logging. He is author of more than 50 scientific publications. E-mail: Ryzhkov@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The authors analyzed the current problems of studying the structure of the Middle Jurassic deposits of West Siberian OGP. A set of methods is considered for predicting facies of the Middle Jurassic deposits using 3D seismic to further develop a conceptual model of sediment accumulation. On the example of one of the fields in the south of Western Siberia the effectiveness of the proposed set of methods is demonstrated.

Index UDK: 551.7.022 (571.1)

Keywords: west Siberian OGP, middle jurassic OGK, interpretation of seismic data, spectral decomposition, attribute analysis, simultaneous inversion, sedimentation modeling

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2011/3
Percolation analysis of the limits of applicability of the linear filtration law
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Valery V. KADET (b. 1953) doctor of technical sciences, head of Dept. Petroleum and Reservoir Hydromechanics at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil & Gas. Honorary worker of oil and gas industry, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Sphere of academic interests — percolation modeling of transfer processes in porous media and deve-lopment of foundations for improved well productivity technology. Published over 150 works including 4 monographs, 14 textbooks and teaching aids. E-mail: kadetvvl@gubkin.ru
Paul S. CHAGIROV was born in 1988, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (BS) in 2010. He is presently doing his Master’s degree at the Faculty of Development and Exploitation of Oil and Gas Fields at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, 10 publications. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The percolation flow of Newtonian fluids in porous media was simulated. Flow analysis at the micro level has yielded macroscopic filtration law, as well as the critical values of pressure gradients, which determine the limits of applicability of Darcy's law. The influence of environmental parameters on the values of threshold gradients was studied. It is shown that at high pressure gradients Darcy's law works well in most finely porous reservoirs and does not apply over the whole range of gradients for macroporous rocks, while at low gradients the linear filtration law is only true for macroporous rocks.

Index UDK: 532.546.7

Keywords: newtonian fluid flow in porous media, percolation model, Darcy's law

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2011/3
Modeling productivity of oil wells with complex trajectories of horizontal trunk
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Fedor N. DOMANYUK was born in 1985, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2008, he is postgraduate student of the Department of Development and Exploitation of Oil Fields. He published 6 works on oil and gas fields development. E-mail: fedor.domanyuk@gmail.com

Abstract: In recent years it has been widely accepted to develop hydrocarbon deposits widely by wells with complex trajectories. The article presents the exact and approximate analytical solutions for determining the productivity of wells with a sinusoidal profile and serpentine trunk. The obtained results allow to quantify the influence of various factors on the production capabilities of figurine wells. Simple criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of the figurine of wells in different geological and physical conditions are suggested.

Index UDK: 622.24

Keywords: productivity, wells with figurine horizontal section, anisotropic layer, stationary filtration

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2011/3
Developing an approach to the use of bimetallic surfaces in friction without lubrication
Design, manufacturing and operation of oil and gas sector equipment and facilities

Authors: Oksana Y. ELAGINA graduated from Gubkin state university of oil and gas in 1989. Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of “Tribology and repair technologies of oil and gas equipment” of the Gubkin State University of Oil and Gas. E-mail: elaguina@mail.ru
Kirill O. TOMSKIY born in 1986, graduated from the Gubkin State University of Oil and Gas in 2009. Post-graduate Department of “Tribology and repair technologies of oil and gas equipment” of the Gubkin State University of Oil and Gas. E-mail: KirillTom@mail.ru

Abstract: Braking devices, along with active wear effects are subjected to intensive heating. The intense heating of the surface layer reduces the strength properties of the metal, changes the coefficient of friction, intensifies the process of wear. Strengthening the heatsink of contact surfaces during sliding will significantly reduce their heating in the process of friction and thus reduce the wear and tear.

Index UDK: 539.375

Keywords: brake devices, heating, friction coefficient, heating temperature, bimetallic materials, brake block, steel surface, copper plate

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2011/3
Determining mass content of solid paraffins in petroleum by capillary gas-liquid chromatography
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 of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Аuthor 52 scientific works in the field of oil chemistry. E-mail: ivanova.l@gubkin.ru
Guram N. GORDADZE was born in 1940, graduated from Georgian Technical University in 1965. He is Professor of the Department of Organic Chemistry and Petroleum Chemistry of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Аuthor of over 300 scientific papers in the field of oil chemistry and organic geochemistry. E-mail: gordadze@rambler.ru
Vladimir N. KOSHELEV was born in 1957, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Oil and Gas in 1975. He is First Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, head of the Department ofir of Organic Chemistry and Petroleum Chemistry of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Аuthor of more than 280 scientific papers in the field of organic chemistry and oil chemistry. E-mail: koshelev.v@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The new mode of the paraffin waxes content determination in crude oil by the gas-liquid chromatography method is proposed. It was demonstrated that the date obtained by the gas-liquid chromatography have a good agreement with the same obtained by the standard method.

Index UDK: 666.617;543.062;543.544.43

Keywords: paraffin waxes in crude oil, paraffin waxes determination, gas-liquid chromatography

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2011/3
Oxidative desulfurization of diesel fuel on vanadium-molybdenum catalysts
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Marina V. VISHNETSKAYA graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University. She is Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Industrial Ecology of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, author of 117 publications in the field of homo-geneous and heterogeneous catalysis, fundamental problems of chemical engineering, chemical dynamics, reactivity and chemical kinetics. E-mail: mvvishnetskaya@mail.ru
Pavel A. VAHRUSHIN was born in 1986, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2009. He is post-graduate student of the Department of Industrial Ecology at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. E-mail: ekokat@mail.ru

Abstract: The world market imposes stringent requirements to sulfur content in diesel fuel. Existing desulfurization processes have several disadvantages, therefore necessary to develop new, more efficient and less expensive methods of desulfurization. The most affordable and easiest desulfurization method is the oxidation of sulfur-containing hydrocarbons with oxygen on heterogeneous catalysts. These processes use oxygen in the air as an oxidant, which makes them cheaper.

Index UDK: 665.664

Keywords: diesel fuel desulfurization, oxidation, molecular oxygen, vanadium, molybdenum, catalyst, dodecane, thiophene

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