Graduated from St. Petersburg Mining University, Master's program in Geology and Mineral Exploration, Master of Engineering and Technology in Geology and Mineral Exploration (2011); postgraduate studies at the Mining University, specialty 25.00.05 "Mineralogy, Crystallography" (2014).
Phd in geology and mineralogy.
Assistant professor of the Department of Oil and Gas Geology, St. Petersburg Mining University.
Area of scientific interest: oil and gas geology, field modeling.
Author of 32 publications.
|Article # 4_2020||submitted on 01/09/2020 displayed on website on 02/17/2020|
|14 p.||Prischepa O.M., Nefedov Yu.V., Ayrapetyan M.G.|
|Hydrocarbon potential of the Arctic shelf sector of the north Timan-Pechorа petroleum province on the results of regional researches|
|In order to assess one of the most important directions of the development of the mineral resource base of hydrocarbons in Russia, an analysis of the hydrocarbon potential of the Arctic seas - the Barents and Kara Sea, as well as the zone of their junction with the shelf extension of the Timan-Pechora petroleum province (Pechora Sea) is carried out. The refinement of the assessment of the Pechora Sea potential is associated with the completed series of regional seismic surveys and the conduct of integrated basin modeling based on them. A conceptual framework has been developed for predicting foci of oil and gas formation and migration directions for the northern part of the Timan-Pechora petroleum province, where the possibilities for the propagation of hydrocarbon accumulation zones within the main oil and gas complexes have been identified, which made it possible to differentiate sections of the unallocated subsoil background in terms of prospectivity. The priority areas and objects of geological exploration are identified, located within the potential zones of oil and gas accumulation. An important aspect is the assessment of the prospects of not only positive structural areas (megahights and shafts), but also structurally weakly expressed areas (monoclines and synclines).
Keywords: hydrocarbon potential, forecast of foci of oil and gas formation, hydrocarbon accumulation zone, Arctic seas of Russia, Timan-Pechora petroleum province.
|article citation||Prischepa O.M., Nefedov Yu.V., Ayrapetyan M.G. Uglevodorodnyy potentsial akvatorial'nogo arkticheskogo sektora severa Timano-Pechorskoy neftegazonosnoy provintsii po rezul'tatam regional'nykh issledovaniy [Hydrocarbon potential of the Arctic shelf sector of the north Timan-Pechorа petroleum province on the results of regional researches]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2020, vol. 15, no. 1, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/2020/4_2020.html|
Kaminskiy V.D., Zuykova O.N., Medvedeva T.Yu., Suprunenko O.I. Uglevodorodnyy potentsial kontinental'nogo shel'fa Rossii: sostoyanie izuchennosti i perspektivy osvoeniya [The hydrocarbon potential of the continental shelf of Russia: the state of knowledge and development prospects]. Mineral'nye resursy Rossii. Ekonomika i upravlenie, 2018, no.1, pp. 4-9.
Prishchepa O.M. Problemy vosproizvodstva zapasov uglevodorodov: arkticheskiy shel'f i (ili) trudnoizvlekaemye zapasy [Problems of renewing of hydrocarbon reserves: the Arctic shelf and (or) hard-to-recover reserves]. Mineral'nye resursy Rossii. Ekonomika i upravlenie, 2016, no. 1-2, pp. 18-34.
Prishchepa O.M., Grokhotov E.I., Kuranov A.V. Utochnenie tektonicheskogo i neftegazogeologicheskogo rayonirovaniya Timano-Pechorskoy neftegazonosnoy provintsii po rezul'tatam provedennykh za poslednee desyatiletie geologorazvedochnykh rabot [Clarification of tectonic and oil and gas geological zoning of the Timan-Pechora oil and gas province based on the results of geological exploration over the past decade]. Geologiya i mineral'nye resursy evropeyskogo severo-vostoka Rossii: trudy konferentsii (Syktyvkar, 16-18 Apr 2019), 2019, pp. 58-61.
Prishchepa O.M., Metkin D.M., Borovikov I.S. Uglevodorodnyy potentsial Arkticheskoy zony Rossii i perspektivy ego osvoeniya [The hydrocarbon potential of the Arctic zone of Russia and the prospects for its development]. Mineral'nye resursy Rossii. Ekonomika i upravlenie, 2019, no. 3, pp.14-28.
Prishchepa O.M., Nefedov Yu.V., Grigor'ev G.A. Perspektivy dal'neyshego izucheniya i osvoeniya uglevodorodnogo potentsiala arkticheskogo shel'fa Pechoro-Barentsevomorskogo regiona [Prospects for further study and development of the hydrocarbon potential of the Arctic shelf of the Pechora-Barents Sea region]. Nauchnyy zhurnal Rossiyskogo gazovogo obshchestva, 2019, no. 3-4(22–23), pp. 5-20.
|Article # 31_2019||submitted on 06/06/2019 displayed on website on 09/02/2019|
|16 p.||Prischepa O.M., Nefedov Yu.V.|
|Petroleum resource assets of Turkey: promt state, prospects for new development and new researching project|
|The state of the fuel and energy level of the rapidly developing economy of Turkey is considered. Against the background of low explored potential - in terms of oil reserves, the country occupies only 52nd place in the world, and in terms of gas reserves – 91nd place, initiatives to develop prospection and exploration of petroleum in areas of complicated geological structures and in deep-water zones, and as unconventional new resources (shale gas). The prospects of petroleum bearing areas and the development of Turkey hydrocarbon potential are estimated.
Taking into account the needs of Turkey, it took the first position among the countries of the Middle and Middle East in the import of hydrocarbons. The analysis of the petroleum exploration state indicates the only possible development path - increasing the strategic role of Turkey in the international oil and gas transit market at the junction area between Asia and Europe.
Keywords: fuel and energy industry, oil and gas reserves, international oil and gas transit market, Turkey.
|article citation||Prischepa O.M., Nefedov Yu.V. Mineral'no-syr'evaya baza nefti i gaza Turtsii: sostoyanie, perspektivy razvitiya, novye proekty [Petroleum resource assets of Turkey: promt state, prospects for new development and new researching projects]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2019, vol. 14, no. 3, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/2019/31_2019.html|
EIA/ARI World Shale Gas and Shale Oil Resource Assessment. Technically Recoverable Shale Oil and Shale Gas Resources: Turkey. U.S. Energy Information Administration, September 2015. - https://www.eia.gov/analysis/studies/worldshalegas/pdf/Turkey_2013.pdf
Energy Supply Security 2014: Emergency Response of IEA Countries // IEA: Paris, 2014. - 606 p. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264218420-en
Gornaya entsiklopediya. Strany i kontinenty: Turtsiya [Mining Encyclopedia. Countries and continents: Turkey]. - http://www.mining-enc.ru/t/turciya/
Oil and gas regulation in Turkey: overview, 01.09.2018. - https://ca.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/5-524-3232?transitionType=Default&contextData=(sc.Default)&firstPage=true&bhcp=1
TPJD: Turtsii khvatit zapasov slantsevogo gaza na 40 let [Turkey has enough shale gas reserves for 40 years]. Rosbalt. - http://www.rosbalt.ru/business/2013/03/07/1103305.html
Turtsiya vozobnovila dobychu sobstvennoy nefti iz zakonservirovannykh ranee mestorozhdeniy. Davno pora [Turkey resumed production of its own oil from previously mothballed fields. It is high time]. Neftegaz.RU, 14.0.2013. - https://neftegaz.ru/news/view/107591-Turtsiya-vozobnovila-dobychu-sobstvennoy-nefti-iz-zakonservirovannyh-ranee-mestorozhdeniy.-Davno-pora
Turtsiya: karty geologicheskie, geofizicheskie, karta blokov [Turkey: geological, geophysical, block map]. Livejournal, 06.05.2010. - https://iv-g.livejournal.com/149785.html
|Article # 22_2018||submitted on 06/04/2018 displayed on website on 06/28/2018|
|10 p.||Zharkov A.M., Nefedov Yu.V.|
|Electrometrical models of deep facies sequences in Western-Siberian Basin|
|Electrometrical models of facies, widely used in paleogeographic reconstructions, were developed in 1970-1980 for the continental and shallow-water sequences of the Western-Siberian Basin. With the adoption of a clinoform model of sedimentation for the Neocomian sections of this basin, deep-water deposit (depths of the first hundreds of meters) began to be identified. Today, the deep-water strata are actively involved in prospecting and exploration, and it is therefore necessary to complete the earlier studies with the development of electrometric models of the facies of these deposits. Seven main facies, which control the accumulation of deep-water sequences, are described in this paper, and their electrometrical models are developed, fact which will make it possible to study these promising petroleum-bearing strata more properly.
Keywords: electrometrical model of facies, clinoform sequences, deep-water deposit, Western-Siberian Basin.
|article citation||Zharkov A.M., Nefedov Yu.V. Elektrometricheskie modeli glubokovodnykh fatsiy Zapadno-Sibirskogo basseyna [Electrometrical models of deep facies sequences in Western-Siberian Basin]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2018, vol. 13, no. 2, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/4/22_2018.pdf|
Trushkova L.Ya., Igoshkin V.P., Khafizov F.Z. Klinoformy neokoma [Neocomian Clinoforms]. St. Petersburg: VNIGRI, 2011, 125 p.
Zharkov A.M. Neantiklina'nye lovushki uglevodorodov v nizhnemelovoy klinoformnoy tolshche Zapadnoy Sibiri [Non-anticline hydrocarbon traps in the Lower Jurassic clinoform of Western Siberia]. Geologiya nefti i gaza, 2001, no. 1, p. 18-23.
Zharkov A.M. Osobennosti geologicheskogo stroeniya i prognoz rasprostraneniya zalezhey uglevodorodov v achimovskoy tolshche Zapadnoy Sibiri [Geological structure and forecast of hydrocarbon accumulation distribution in Achimov formation of Western Siberia]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2016, vol. 11, no. 4, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/4/51_2016.pdf. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17353/2070-5379/51_2016
|Article # 42_2017||submitted on 11/24/2017 displayed on website on 12/11/2017|
|9 p.||Archegov V.B., Nefedov Yu.V.|
|Regional control factors of formation and deposition of petroleum accumulation in ancient sequences of the Siberian Platform|
|The general picture of Siberian Platform petroleum accumulation distribution is their spatial connection with the basement faults, namely: the confinement to the ancient basement anteclise slopes, facing the conjugate one-age bends; number of accumulations confinement with interblock systems and zones that separate geological structures of different ages; the adjoining of sequences to the zones of large transverse grabens, which complicate the structures of these sections. A geological structure characteristic feature of all the accumulations is that the distribution of productive oil and gas potential over the area of the accumulation is determined by the lithological variability of the enclosing sediments regardless of what structural type they would not be confined, and fault tectonics significantly affects the conditions of collectors distribution of and the occurrence of additional fracture permeability. Analysis of hydrodynamic and thermobaric processes occurring in the accumulations sections makes it possible to draw conclusions about the great role of vertical redistribution of hydrocarbons in the process of reservoir formation in their state of the art and the youth of the accumulations reformation process in the Post-Pliocene period.
Keywords: geological structure, basement faults, formation of accumulation, petroleum accumulation, vertical distribution of hydrocarbons, Siberian Platform.
|article citation||Archegov V.B., Nefedov Yu.V. Faktory regional'nogo kontrolya formirovaniya i razmeshcheniya zalezhey nefti i gaza v drevnikh kompleksakh Sibirskoy platformy [Regional control factors of formation and deposition of petroleum accumulation in ancient sequences of the Siberian Platform]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2017, vol. 12, no. 4, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/4/42_2017.pdf|
Album of oil and gas accumulation in the Riphean and Vendian-Cambrian sequences of Eastern Siberia. Krasnoyarsk Territory, Evenki Autonomous Area, Irkutsk Region, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) / Pod red. M.D. Belonina, V.B. Archegova. St. Petersburg, VNIGRI, 2000, 32 p.