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Oil and Gas Exploration. Methods and Application. Edition No. 1. Special Publications

  • ID: 5227356
  • Book
  • May 2017
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Oil and Gas ExplorationMethods and Application presents a summary of new results related to oil and gas prospecting that are useful for theoreticians and practical professionals. The study of oil and gas complexes and intrusions occurring in sedimentary basins is crucial for identifying the location of oil and gas fields and for making accurate predictions on oil findings.

Volume highlights include:

  • Advanced geophysical techniques for achieving hydrocarbon exploration efficiency from beneath the Earth
  • Discussion of theoretical and practical approaches in solving problems related to exploring and mining new oil and gas deposits
  • New geological concepts  for predicting  potential hydrocarbon targets
  • Novel methods of control of the outworking of these deposits using different geophysical methods, significant for optimization of mining hydrocarbon and carbonate deposits
  • Estimation of the degree of outworking of oil and gas deposits, to facilitate the use of space-time monitoring of different kinds of fields
  • Analysis of exploration data by an efficient processing system, based on strong methods proven mathematically

Oil and Gas Exploration is a valuable resource for exploration geophysicists, petroleum engineers, geoengineers, petrologists, mining engineers, and economic geologists, who will gain insights into exploring new methods involved in finding natural resources from our Earth.

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Contributor List v

Preface vii

Acknowledgments xi

1 Experience of Regional Prediction of Hydrocarbon Deposits Prospecting in the Vicinity of Ural Oil and Gas Provinces 1
Vladimir S. Druzhinin, Vjacheslav Osipov, and Nikolay Nachapkin

2 Wavelet‐Based Multifractal Analysis of Landsat 8 Images: Applications to Mineral Deposits and Shale Gas Reservoirs 19
Orietta Nicolis

3 Seismic Signal Denoising Using Empirical Mode Decomposition 47
Said Gaci

4 A Lithological Segmentation Technique From Well Logs Using the Hilbert‐Huang Transform 61
Said Gaci

5 Seismic UNIX and GNU Octave for VSP Data Processing and Interpretation 73
Mohammed Farfour and Wang Jung Yoon

6 Seismic Spectral Decomposition Applications in Seismic: A Review and Application 93
Mohammed Farfour, Jalal Ferahtia, Noureddine Djarfour, and Mohand Amokrane Aitouch

7 Electromagnetic Geophysical Research with Controlled Source 115
Olga Hachay and Oleg Khachay

8 Reflection of Processes of Nonequilibrium Two‐Phase Filtration in Oil‐Saturated Hierarchic Medium by Data of Active Wave Geophysical Monitoring 135
Olga Hachay and Andrey Khachay

9 Defining the Surface of the Fluid‐Saturated Porous Inclusion in the Hierarchic Layered‐Block Medium According to Electromagnetic Monitoring Data 143
Olga Hachay and Andrey Khachay

10 Hardware and Software System for Research in Oil and Gas Boreholes 153
Yury G. Astrakhantsev, Nadezhda A. Beloglazova, and Eugenia Bazhenova

11 Application of Borehole Magnetometry to Study Oil and Gas Deposits in Western Siberia 167
Galina V. Igolkina

12 A Novel Model to Estimate S‐Wave Velocity Integrating HölderianRegularity, Empirical Mode Decomposition, and Multilayer Perceptron Neural Networks 181
Said Gaci

13 Geophysical Method of Defining Residual and Active Rock Stresses 201
Kushbakali Tazhibaev and Daniyar Tazhibaev

14 On the Possibility of Using Mobile and Direct‐Prospecting Geophysical Technologies to Assess the Prospects of Oil‐Gas Content in Deep Horizons 209
Sergey Levashov, Nikolay Yakymchuk, and Ignat Korchagin

15 Anomalies of Low Density in the Crystalline Crust of Thermobaric Origin: A New Insight into Migration and Localization of Hydrocarbons 237
Valery Korchin

16 The Use of Aeromagnetics and Micromagnetics to Identify Potential Areas of Hydrocarbons in the Midcontinental United States: Caveats and Pitfalls 259
Steven A. Tedesco

Index 277

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Olga Hachay
Said Gaci
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