BY VITALY GOKH
the application of the complex method of evaluation and prognostication of
carbohydrogen depositsí detection.
The methods of geoholography and hydrodiagnostics have been versatilly tested and showed positive practical results during the research, prognostication and detection of the volumes of oil-gas resources at the territory of the Crimea and abroad. This could be confirmed by the corresponding authorities.
The evaluation and prognostication of the depositsí characteristics, using the above-mentioned methods provide significant savings of time and funds, because it minimizes seismic or other geophysical soundings, instrumental geochemical analysis and exploratory drilling for making of a precise model, including of recommendations as to precise drilling spots.
The precision of the aforesaid methods proved to be very high. The deviations by the depth and volumes lay within 4-5 percent. The precision of exploratory drilling exceeds 95 percent, comparing to 25 percent, obtained by the seismic world practice.
The evaluation works are conducted in 2 stages:
Issuing of a general estimate of the
prospects of oil-gas volume, executing of a trial cartographing of the
supposed carbohydrogen areas on the subject of volume evaluation.
Detailed evaluation of the volume
of the detected oil-gas structures. Giving of detailed frontiers of the
deposits, depths and composition.
The cost of works is much cheaper as against the average world price.
Apart from new depositsí and oil fieldsí finding we can perform the complex of works on the finishing prospect of the existing deposits with the specifying of the drilling forecast as well as investigation of operational boreholes on the subject of the further operation expediency.
The given methods are protected by the patent № 13408A of Dec.16.1996. The
methods are related to hydrogeology, in particular, to geophysical
prospect for exploration and detection of underground waters. The known
methods, such as magnetometric, graviometric, electrometric, radiometric,
thermometric, etc. Are characterized by high labor-intensiveness and low
precision (less than 50 percent).
The peculiarity of the given method is that it uses torsion holography,
not to be found in any of existing methods.
The cost of works is estimated from $2000 to $2800 per sq. Km.; duration
10-30 days per 200-300 sq. Km.
V. Gokh, V. Ivaschenko, S. Stanichny, V. Krivin,