Senior researcher of the Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics of A.A. Trofimuk and the Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering.
Deputy Head of Department of the Novosibirsk State University.
PhD in economics.
Key fields of scientific research: reproduction of mineral resources and geological-economic evaluation of oil and gas resources and reserves, analysis and forecast of world oil and gas market, including the forecast of international oil prices, demand for oil and gas, supply support, analysis of structural shifts in the economy, issues of state regulation, sectoral, regional, corporate development, Russia's economic security, assessment of prospects for oil and gas processing and petrochemical industries, including helium industry.
Author and coauthor of more than 50 publications, including 2 monographs.
|Article # 33_2019||submitted on 08/16/2019 displayed on website on 09/13/2019|
|16 p.||Filimonova I.V., Provornaya I.V. , Komarova A.V., Zemnukhova E.A.|
|Sustainable trends in changing the regional structure of oil production in Russia|
|The article carried out a comprehensive study of sustainable trends in changing the regional structure of oil production in Russia. The analysis of the current state of the oil industry in Russia is carried out taking into account the peculiarities of the transformation of the world energy supply system. The patterns of displacement of oil production centers are analyzed and the stages of oil production development in the country and the deployment of production activity are determined - the North Caucasus, the Volga-Ural, Western Siberia, Eastern Siberia, the Far East, including Sakhalin Island, and the Arctic area. An assessment of the current state of development of the oil industry in Russia is given. The main objects and priority tasks of prospecting, exploration and development of oil fields are highlighted. It is shown that the existing oil resource volume allows predicting fairly optimistic levels of oil production, however, the actual volume of oil production will depend on the buget allocation and volume of geological exploration, as well as the level of development of technologies for the developing of unconventional sources of hydrocarbons, especially oil from the Bazhenov Formation. The authors studied the prospects and made a forecast of changes in the regional structure of oil production in Russia for the long term.
Keywords: structure oil production, Bazhenov Formation, Volga-Ural, Arctic, Western Siberia, Eastern Siberia, Far East.
|article citation||Filimonova I.V., Provornaya I.V., Komarova A.V., Zemnukhova E.A. Ustoychivye tendentsii izmeneniya regional'noy struktury dobychi nefti v Rossii [Sustainable trends in changing the regional structure of oil production in Russia]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2019, vol. 14, no. 3, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/2019/33_2019.html|
Arkhangel'skiy A.D. Gde i kak iskat' novye neftenosnye oblasti v SSSR? [Where and how to look for new oil-bearing regions in the USSR?]. Neftyanoe khozyaystvo, 1929, vol. 16, no. 6, pp. 791–794.
|Article # 014|
|18 p.||Korzhubaev A.G., Filimonova I.V., Eder L.V.|
|Current status and prospects for Russian oil and gas sector development in the next decades of the XXI century (with the view of international trends)|
|The raw material base and oil and gas production in Russia are covered. The prospects of oil and gas production development and basic trends of eastwards trunk pipeline system development have been set up.
Key words: oil, gas, mining, hydrocarbon raw material base, oil and gas pipelines, forecasting.