Gazhula S.V.






Graduated from St. Petersburg Mining Institute, specialization «geological mapping, prospecting and exploration of mineral deposits» (2007).
Senior Engineer of VNIGRI.
Specializing in complex geological interpretation of seismic data.
Research interests: study of structure and petroleum potential of the West Kamchatka oil basin.
Economy, information technology, resource management
Section editor – PhD in economics Krasnov O.S.
Article # 52_2008 submitted on 12/09/2008 displayed on website on 12/10/2008
10 p.
pdf  Peculiarities of estimation of hydrocarbon reserves of the undistributed fund offshore fields
In the period of 1983-1992, 11 hydrocarbon fields were discovered on the Russian shelf. Up to now, they are in the undistributed fund. All these fields, with the exception of the Murmansk large field and Kaliningrad small field, have been discovered and explored by one-two wells. Their reserves, making up 2.7 billion t o.e. including about 21% of cat. C1, have been estimated on the data of these wells. The ways of choosing the sections for calculating the reserves of cat. C1 are significantly distinct. There are four basic ways of choosing the calculating sections depending on estimation time and place
Key words: offshore fields, categories of reserves, undistributed fund, estimation of reserves, sections of calculation of reserves.
article citation Gazhula S.V. Peculiarities of estimation of hydrocarbon reserves of the undistributed fund offshore fields // Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika. – 2008. - V.3. - #4.- http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/3/52_2008.pdf
Petroleum potential and development
Section editor – PhD in geology and mineralogy Podolsky Yu.V.
Article # 13_2008 displayed on website on 03/19/2008
19 p.
pdf  Peculiarities of estimating the hydrocarbon fields on the Russian Arctic shelf and their reestimating in accordance with the new classification of reserves
On the Russian Arctic shelf eight fields discovered during 1983-1999 are in the undistributed fund. Their total gas reserves are 2.7 trillion m3 including 565 billion m3 of C1 cat. The reserves of these fields must be reestimated in accordance with the new classification categories; five fields, the most large of them, fall into the objects of the Federal level having strategic significance. Therefore it is necessary to determine the validity and reliability of initial estimation of these fields and also the possible results of their reestimation.
Key words: gas fields, categories of reserves, classification of reserves, undistributed fund, Arctic shelf, reestimation, methodical recommendations.
article citation Novikov Yu.N., Gajula S.V. Peculiarities of estimating the hydrocarbon fields on the Russian Arctic shelf and their reestimating in accordance with the new classification of reserves // Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika. – 2008. - V.3. - #1.- http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/6/13_2008.pdf
Regional petroleum geology
Section editor – PhD in geology and mineralogy Makarevich V.N.
Article # 10_2008 displayed on website on 02/22/2008
8 p.
pdf  Peculiarities of a trap magmatism in connection with the petroleum potential conditions of the Siberian platform
The paper is devoted to studying the impact of a trap magmatism on Siberian platform petroleum potential. The processes and events accompanying trap magmatism and their influence on hydrocarbon pools are considered. Some conclusions received on the basis of the structural map constructed on the floor of the Siberian platform trap complex are made
Key words: trap mechanism, Siberian platform, petroleum potential, sill, structural map.
article citation Gazhula S.V. Peculiarities of a trap magmatism in connection with the petroleum potential conditions of the Siberian platform // Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika. – 2008. - V.3. - #1.- http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/4/10_2008.pdf