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2011/1
Exploration maturity and necessity of developing new methods and technologies of surveying vertical and horizontal gas wells
Drilling and development of hydrocarbon fields

Authors: Zagid S. ALIYEV was born in 1935, graduated form the Industrial Institute in Baku. He got the degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences in 1964, became Doctor of Technical Sciences in 1984. Нe is professor of the Department of the Development and Operation of Gas and Gas Condensate Fields at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. He published 341 works including 52 monographs. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The authors believe that the current theory and practices of surveying gas and gas condensate wells cannot ensure reliable information about the reservoir parameters. This is connected with: lack of conditions for full stabilization of pressure and flow rate under well operating conditions; invalid theory of gas influx: lack of conditions of pressure and flow rate stabilization under fan and cluster well pattern. In view of the above mentioned factors a new method and practice of horizontal and vertical gas wells surveying is proposed. The problems to be solved in connection with gas-hydrodynamic surveys of gas and gas condensate wells under steady-state filtration modes are identified

Index UDK: 622.279

Keywords: new methods, Vertical, Horizontal, Well, filtration theory, method of survey, pressure and flow rate stabilization, reservoir segment, Strip, sector, Exposure depth, fan pattern, faults, Interaction, first and second phases, universal relationships

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2011/1
Calculation of fresh water demand for gas condensate – oil mixture washing at booster compressor station of Orenburg PGPU
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Sergey V. ROUDENKO was born in 1983, graduated from the Gubkin Russian State University of oil and gasin 2006. Post-graduate of “Technology of Oil Refining” department of the Gubkin Russian State University of oil and gas. Author of 5 publications in the field of oil and gas preparation. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Fridel M. KHOUTORIANSKI was born in 1946, graduated from the Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia in 1970. Is professor of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, He defended Ph.D. thesis in 1975, doctoral thesis in 2008. He is author of 2 monographs, more than 200 scientific works, 20 copyright certificates and patents in the field of oil preparation for processing and protection against corrosion of refinery equipment. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Vladimir M. KAPUSTIN was born in 1952. He graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 1974, is professor of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Head of the Department of Technology of Oil Refining. He did Ph.D. thesis in 1980 and doctoral thesis in 1992. He is author of 224 publications, including 5 monographs, 13 textbooks and manuals, 59 copyright certificates and patents, 147 articles in the field of oil refining. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Zinaida V. MOLCHANOVA graduated from Ufa Petroleum Institute in 1964. She is Candidate of Technical Sciences and works as the advisor on technological issues of the CEO of the JSC “Gazprom dobycha Orenburg”. She published over 50 works. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The design technology of preparation of gas condensate and oil on gas treatment plant and booster compressor station doesnt guarantee the requirement of desalting degree. The technological scheme of fresh water flushing block of a mix of condensates and oil and its technological parameters are proved by calculations.

Index UDK: 622.691.4.052:66.07

Keywords: Gas condensate, oil desalting, Dehydration

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2011/1
The quality of oil and gas experts training and the systems thinking (information technologies, models and valuation)
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Leonid I. GRIGORIEV (b. 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, author of the 120 publications in the field of automated control systems, computer science, artificial intelligence, supervisory control. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru
Andrey I. KOSTOGRYSOV (b. 1957) graduated from Moscow State University. Dr. of Science, professor of the Gubkin Russian State University of oil and gas. Author of the 130 publications and 100 mathematical models. www.mathmodels.net

Abstract: The criterion of quality has now become dominant in the evaluation of production systems. For the oil industry, which traditionally holds a special place in the economy, improving of the quality is a pressing issue. The solution of this problem is inextricably linked to the training of specialists with systemic thinking and willing to use innovative technology in the workplace

Index UDK: 622.24

Keywords: oil-and-gas education, systems thinking, innovative training, the quality of specialists training, information technology, System engineering, models and risks management

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2011/1
Increasing the speed of algorithms for determining leaks of the change of profile of pressure along the pipeline employing specific arrangements of pressure sensors on the controlled section
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Tatyana E. STEPANCHENKO graduated from the Tomsk Polytechnic University in 2006. Postgraduate of “Integrated computer control systems” department of the Tomsk Polytechnic University. Author of 11 publications in the field of research of algorithms of definition of leaks in pipelines. E-mail: Stepanchenko@mail2000.ru
Viktor N. SHKLYAR was born in 1946, graduated from the Tomsk Polytechnic Institute in 1968. Docent of “Integrated computer control systems” department of the Tomsk Polytechnic University. Author of 30 publications in fields: robotic systems, researches of algorithms of definition of leaks in pipelines. E-mail: shklyarvn@sibmail.com

Abstract: The algorithms of definition of parameters of leaks in pipelines obtained by the equations of hydrodynamic processes, occuring during leaks, are considered. These algorithms are obtained for the section of a continuous linear pipeline without additional taps laid between two pump stations. The pipeline is supposed to transport homogeneous fluid. The possibility to increase the speed of the presented algorithms is considered. The results of the research of the offered algorithms of defining the parameters of the leak are presented

Index UDK: 620.165.29:620.176.16

Keywords: main pipeline, Pipeline leak, coordinate of leak, leak flow, system of identifying leaks, Hydrodynamic model, Pressure sensor, stationary decision, Simulation model, Software Package MATLAB, error of calculation, area of insensitivity, parameteric exitations, velocity of sound in a liquid

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2011/1
The trends of development of Turkmenistanoil and gas sector
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Alecsandr K. SHURKALIN was born 1942, graduated from Moscow Lomonosov University in 1964. He is Doctor of Economics, professor, head of the Dept. of Economic Theory of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is author of over 300 scientific publications. E-mail: gara_black@mail.ru
Dovran K. POLAYEV was born 1988. He is a post-graduate student of the Department of Economic Theory of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is author of 5 scientific publications. E-mail: gara_black@mail.ru

Abstract: Turkmenistans basic priorities in social-economic development are connected with fuel-energy complex. The article gives an estimate of the state of the oil and gas complex of Turkmenistan and defines perspectives of its development

Index UDK: 66.050

Keywords: social-economic development, fuel-energy complex, Hydrocarbon resources, strategic priorities

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2011/1
Aspects of risk analysis of major oil and gas projects
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Sergey A. KORSHUNOV was born in 1987, graduated from Lomonosov MSU in 2009. Нe is researcher at OOO “NIIgazeconomika”. E-mail: serguei.korchounov@gmail.com

Abstract: New methods of qualitative and quantitative analysis of risks for major projects in the field of production and transportation of hydrocarbons are considered. Case studies of major international projects of production and supply of LNG are presented

Index UDK: 622.276

Keywords: Risk analysis, Quantitative assessment, Simulation, expert appraisal

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2011/1
The analysis of the conditions and prerequisites for the formation of innovative development of the oil industry
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Anna P. TOMINA graduated from the Russian State University of Trade and Economics (RSUTE) in 2009. She is post-graduate student and lecturer of the Department of Crisis and Strategic Management of the Russian State University of Trade and Economics. She is author of 12 publications in the field of fuel-energy complex. E-mail: anntomina@mail.ru

Abstract: The modern structure of the global economy is characterized by a high degree of globalization, integration and increasing interdependence of its individual sectors, the most significant being the world power. Of course, oil and gas industry is the foundation of the world energy sector and identifies trends in all other branches of power in the national and global energy balance. Consequently, strategic management of both the entire energy complex and its most important component - the oil industry, will allow to reduce the risks of uncertainty and to find effective ways of functioning of the energy market for innovative development and the global economy as a whole and its individual components, designed to increase the standard of living of the population

Index UDK: 338.24

Keywords: global financial crisis, raw-material orientation of the economy, problem of innovation development of enterprise, transition from inertial to innovative model of development, problems of oil and gas industry of Russia, main objectives of oil and gas industry, vertically integrated structure, multiplier of value added cost, share of value added cost, innovation strategy for Russia's development, strategy of vertical integration

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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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