Graduated from Frunze Polytechnic Institute, specialization «prospecting and exploration of mineral deposits» (1986).
Head of the planning department of geological exploration, LUKOIL-Western Siberia, Kogalym.
Author of more than 20 publications.
|Article # 43_2017||submitted on 12/01/2017 displayed on website on 12/19/2017|
|23 p.||Mazitov M.R., Kachkin A.A., Skachek K.G., Larichev A.I., Bostrikov O.I., Khabarov A.N., Semenova Z.A.|
|Geological-geochemical criteria of the Anabaro-Khatang saddle petroleum|
|Geological and geochemical criteria of potentially oil and gas bearing accumulation of the Anabar-Khatangskaya saddle are considered. On the example of the Lower Kozhevnikov Formation of the Early Permian age, the following elements were analyzed: the thickness of oil and gas-bearing rocks and their ontact zones subjected to high-temperature destroying of organic matter under the influence of stratified intrusions; types and catagenesis stage of organic matter; contents of organic carbon and hydrogen index. For the Riphean, Cambrian, Devonian, Permian and Jurassic sequences, a comparative analysis of the distribution of the hydrogen index was carried out. The territory of the Anabar-Khatanga saddle is subdivided according to the probability of oil and gas bearing of different age deposits.
Keywords: oil and gas accumulation, catagenesis stage of organic matter, hydrogen index, petroleum prospects, Anabar-Khatanga saddle.
|article citation||Mazitov M.R., Kachkin A.A., Skachek K.G., Larichev A.I., Bostrikov O.I., Khabarov A.N., Semenova Z.A. Geologo-geokhimicheskie kriterii neftegazonosnosti Anabaro-Khatangskoy sedloviny [Geological-geochemical criteria of the Anabaro-Khatang saddle petroleum]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2017, vol. 12, no. 4, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/1/43_2017.pdf|
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