IMPACT OF TECTONIC FACTORS AND TIRE ROCKS ON THE OIL AND GAS POTENTIAL OF THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE ABSHERON ARCHIPELAGO

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Title IMPACT OF TECTONIC FACTORS AND TIRE ROCKS ON THE OIL AND GAS POTENTIAL OF THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE ABSHERON ARCHIPELAGO
ВЛИЯНИЕ ТЕКТОНИЧЕСКИХ ФАКТОРОВ И ПОРОД ПОКРЫШЕК НА ПЕРСПЕКТИВНОСТЬ НЕФТЕГАЗОНОСНОСТИ ЮЖНОЙ ЧАСТИ АБШЕРОНСКОГО АРХИПЕЛАГА
 
Creator Мухтарова Хураман Зиядхан гызы
Насибова Гюльтар Джумшуд гызы
Рустам Джафарзаде Фазиль оглы
 
Subject suite
structure
rock
stratum
clay
cap
uplift
horizon
geophysics
prospects
strata
suite
structure
rock
stratum
clay
cap
uplift
horizon
geophysics
prospects
strata
 
Description To assess the prospects for prospecting for regional oil and gas accumulations, it is importance to study the main factors that control the development of the processes of oil and gas formation and accumulation in the earth's crust and the criteria for predicting the oil and gas content of the subsoil arising from this study. A comprehensive study of geophysical, geological, tectonic, lithofacies, petrophysical and a number of other factors of oil and gas content and their changes in space over time make it possible to develop the foundations of the main criteria for predicting the distribution of oil and gas territories and the development of hydrocarbon deposits. In order to assess the prospects for prospecting for oil and gas accumulations in the lower section of the PT of the western side of the South Caspian Basin (SCV), based on the available material and taking into account a large number of published works, we considered tectonic criteria and preservation conditions for the formed hydrocarbon accumulations in the South Absheron archipelago., in the example of the Gum-Deniz and Bahar deposits.
To assess the prospects for prospecting for regional oil and gas accumulations, it is importance to study the main factors that control the development of the processes of oil and gas formation and accumulation in the earth's crust and the criteria for predicting the oil and gas content of the subsoil arising from this study. A comprehensive study of geophysical, geological, tectonic, lithofacies, petrophysical and a number of other factors of oil and gas content and their changes in space over time make it possible to develop the foundations of the main criteria for predicting the distribution of oil and gas territories and the development of hydrocarbon deposits. In order to assess the prospects for prospecting for oil and gas accumulations in the lower section of the PT of the western side of the South Caspian Basin (SCV), based on the available material and taking into account a large number of published works, we considered tectonic criteria and preservation conditions for the formed hydrocarbon accumulations in the South Absheron archipelago., in the example of the Gum-Deniz and Bahar deposits.
 
Publisher RS Global Sp. z O.O.
 
Date 2021-01-16
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://rsglobal.pl/index.php/wos/article/view/1853
10.31435/rsglobal_wos/30012021/7396
 
Source International Academy Journal Web of Scholar; No 1(51) (2021): International Academy Journal Web of Scholar
International Academy Journal Web of Scholar; № 1(51) (2021): International Academy Journal Web of Scholar
2518-1688
2518-167X
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://rsglobal.pl/index.php/wos/article/view/1853/1663
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Мухтарова Хураман Зиядхан гызы, Насибова Гюльтар Джумшуд гызы, Рустам Джафарзаде Фазиль оглы
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