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Digest "Gas Industry of Russia"


Gas Industry of Russia (3rd quarter 2012)



  • Unconventional oil and gas resources Anatoly Dmitriyevsky. In open access
Unconventional Oil & Gas Resources
  • Unconventional gas: resource additions for the gas sector. by Aleksandr Karasevich and Efim Kreinin. Abstracts
  • Unconventionals competitive advantages in regional markets. by Vladimir Yakushev. Abstracts
  • Cenonian gas plays in West Siberias north: structure and future prospects. by leksei Nezhdanov, Valery Ogibenin, Sergei Skrylev. Abstracts
  • Formation water from oil, gas, and condensate fields: unconventional feedstock for gas-derived chemicals. by Nikolai Zykin. Abstracts
  • Development of field treatment technology for heavy viscous crude produced by thermal bed stimulation. by Aleksandr Sudykin, Sergei Sudykin, Faat Gubaidulin, Rifkhat Sakhabutdinov. Abstracts
  • Probable resources of matrix oil in East Siberia. by Evgeny Gladkov. Abstracts
  • Difficult oil: occurrence and geography patterns in Russia. by Irina Yashchenko. Abstracts


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10/04/2012 Unconventional oil and gas resources
Dmitriyevsky A.

In the early 21st century, global interest to unconventional oil and gas resources is progressively growing.

10/04/2012 Unconventional gas: resource additions for the gas sector
Karasevich A. and Kreinin E. (Gazprom Promgaz)

Russia has huge natural gas reserves, and continued exploration efforts are expected to deliver significant additions. However, progressive reserves depletion is seen inevitable thereby bringing into strategic focus major future expansion of the existing reserve base which presumably will be largely supported by unconventional gas development.

10/04/2012 Unconventionals competitive advantages in regional markets
Yakushev V. (Gazprom VNIIGAZ)

A notion of “unconventional hydrocarbon resources” calls for a criteria-driven approach for better clarity.

10/04/2012 Cenonian gas plays in West Siberias north: structure and future prospects
Nezhdanov ., Ogibenin V., Skrylev S. (TyumenNIIgiprogaz)

The paper addresses composition of Turonian/Cenonian plays in northern West Siberia and identifies two different gas targets – Turonian/Cenonian (Gazsalinskian play) featuring granular conventional reservoirs, and Cenonian (Lower Berezovian play) featuring opoka-like clay rock.

10/04/2012 Formation water from oil, gas, and condensate fields: unconventional feedstock for gas-derived chemicals
Zykin N. (Gazprom VNIIGAZ)

The author considers the geochemical aspects of formation water recovered as an associated product across oil, gas, and condensate fields.

10/05/2012 Development of field treatment technology for heavy viscous crude produced by thermal bed stimulation
Sudykin A., Sudykin S., Gubaidulin F., Sakhabutdinov R. (TatNIPIneft)

Easy oil opportunities are likely to soon disappear.

10/05/2012 Probable resources of matrix oil in East Siberia
Gladkov E. (Tomsk National Polytechnic R&D University)

This paper considers the basic hypotheses under oil origins and discusses theoretical justification of matrix oil reserves in East Siberia which are confined to cavernous fractured carbonate reservoirs.

10/05/2012 Difficult oil: occurrence and geography patterns in Russia
Yashchenko I. (Senior Researcher, Institute of Petroleum Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Division)

The author analyses the geography of hard-to-recover, or difficult oil reserves (heavy, viscous, high-paraffin, and high-resin crudes) across Russia’s basins and believes such reserves will likely be progressively favoured in future.