Graduated from St. Petersburg Mining Institute in 2006, specialization «development and exploitation of oil and gas fields».
Geological engineer of All-Russia Petroleum Research Exploration Institute ("VNIGRI").
Area of scientific interest: geological modeling, forecasting oil-gas prospects.
Author of 8 publications.
|Article # 29_2016||submitted on 06/20/2016 displayed on website on 08/23/2016|
|20 p.||Borovikov I.S.|
|Permian complex as a new petroleum prospect object in Uliyanovsk area|
|The oil-bearing potential analysis of the Melekess Depression sedimentary cover allowed us to determine the Permian clastic-carbonate oil and gas complex as a possible perspective in terms of hydrocarbon deposits discovery. The diverse geological methods, reflecting the sequence of the main stages of hydrocarbon accumulation process, were applied during forecasting the new search objects. As a result of research, 14 local structural traps prospecting for new accumulations of natural bitumen and possibly heavy high-viscosity oils were identified on the western side of the depression. Their resources of D0 category were pre-evaluated.
Keywords: Permian deposits, basin modeling, structural trap, natural bitumen, Melekess Depression, Volga-Ural oil and gas province.
|article citation||Borovikov I.S. Permskiy kompleks kak novyy perspektivnyy ob"ekt neftegazonosnosti Ul'yanovskoy oblasti [Permian complex as a new petroleum prospect object in Uliyanovsk area]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2016, vol. 11, no. 3, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/4/29_2016.pdf|
Khisamov R.S., Voytovich S.E., Shargorodskiy I.E., Sukhov K.A., Liberman V.B. Kompleks poiskovo-otsenochnykh rabot na sverkhvyazkie nefti permskoy sistemy tsentral'noy chasti Volgo-Ural'skoy neftegazonosnoy provintsii [The complex of survey and assessment work on the heavy oil of Permian center of the Volga-Ural oil and gas province]. Geologiya nefti i gaza, 2012, no. 1.
|Article # 63_2012||submitted on 10/30/2012 displayed on website on 12/07/2012|
|13 p.||Margulis L.S., Andieva T.A., Pylina L.M., Borovikov I.S., Vedrov I.A.|
|Geological zonation of oil fields and hydrocarbon resources of Russian Far East region|
|The results of evaluation of hydrocarbon resources of the Far East region are presented. The vast majority of resources are expected in the basins of Pacific island-arc margin, where oil and gas province of Japan Sea, Okhotsk province and Pre-Pacific oil and gas province are located. Most hydrocarbon-rich petroleum province is Okhotsk province, where the main resources are concentrated in the North Sakhalin and West Kamchatka petroleum areas. The structure and exploration degree of resources, their distribution in the sequence and phase composition are characterized. The basic risks of oil and gas prospecting are analyzed.
Key words: resources, reserves, estimation, production, Far East, North Sakhalin oil and gas area.
|article citation||Margulis L.S., Andieva T.A., Pylina L.M., Borovikov I.S., Vedrov I.A. Neftegeologicheskoe rayonirovanie i uglevodorodnye resursy Dal'nevostochnogo regiona Rossii [Geological zonation of oil fields and hydrocarbon resources of Russian Far East region]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2012, vol. 7, no. 4, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/6/63_2012.pdf|
Koblov E.G. Zakonomernosti razmeshcheniya i usloviya formirovaniya mestorozhdeniy nefti i gaza Sakhalinskoy neftegazonosnoy oblasti [Distribution patterns and formation conditions of oil and gas fields of Sakhalin oil and gas area]. Geologiya i razrabotka mestorozhdeniy nefti i gaza Sakhalina i shel'fa. Moscow: Nauchnyy mir, 1997, p. 3-25.
|Article # 55_2008||submitted on 12/12/2008 displayed on website on 12/16/2008|
|10 p.||Borovikov I.S.|
|Funds of oil and gas fields on the territory of the Far Eastern region|
|On the territory of the Far Eastern region, the first oil field was discovered on Sakhalin in 1923. Since that time still 65 oil and gas fields were discovered on this island. In the 1980s the geography of discoveries expanded at the expense of Kamchatka and Chukotka. Sakhalin is a basic oil-gas-producing district in the region. Its oil production peaked at 2.7 million t in 1983, thereafter it has been decreasing steadily as well as gas production which peaked in 1989 – 1.9 billion m3. Apparently that neither new rare discoveries with lesser reserves on Sakhalin nor widening the geography of discoveries are not capable to have a marked effect on this tendency.
Key words: field, reserves, oil, gas, ultimate potential resources, distributed fund, undistributed fund, the Far East.
|article citation||Borovikov I.S. Funds of oil and gas fields on the territory of the Far Eastern region // Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika. – 2008. - V.3. - #4.- http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/4/55_2008.pdf|