Institute of Natural Resources of Tomsk Polytechnic University,
PhD in Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, docent.
Associate professor of the department of geology and mineral exploration of the Institute of Natural Resources of Tomsk Polytechnic University.
Research interests: petrology of sedimentary rocks, stadial analysis postsedimentary transformations paleogeographic reconstruction of the depositional environment.
Author of 29 articles, one monograph, 4 textbooks, 8 scientific reports.
|Article # 26_2014|
|16 p.||Krasnoschekova L.A., Merkulov V.P.|
|Petrophysical heterogeneity of the oil-bearing formations belonging to the Igolsko-Talovoye field (Tomsk region)|
|The petrophysical anisotropy of the Upper Jurassic sedimentary section has been determined in core samples obtained from wells of Igolsko-Talovoye oil field (Tomsk region). During the research activity it was revealed an value increase in the magnetic and elastic parameters of the studied samples along preferential directions, which coincide with the preferred orientation of the rock-forming grains and with the direction of maximum permeability in sandstone reservoir, the ratio of the magnetic and elastic anisotropy factor reaches an average of 20-30%.
Keywords: elastic and magnetic heterogeneity, anisotropy factor, the preferred orientation, field model.
|article citation||Krasnoschekova L.A., Merkulov V.P. Petrofizicheskaja neodnorodnost' neftenosnyh kollektorov Igol'sko-Talovogo mestorozhdenija (Tomskaja oblast') [Petrophysical heterogeneity of the oil-bearing formations belonging to the Igolsko-Talovoye field (Tomsk region)]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2014, vol. 9, no. 2, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/4/26_2014.pdf|
Al-Hadrami, H.K., Teufel, L.W.: Influence of Permeability Anisotropy and Reservoir Heterogeneity on Optimization of Infill Drilling in Naturally Fractured Tight-Gas Mesaverde Sandstone Reservoirs, San Juan Basin, SPE Paper 60295, 2000 SPE Rocky Mountain Regional/Low Permeability Reservoirs Simposium, Denver, U.S.A., March 12-15, 2000.