Abstract of the dissertation on the theme “Development of methods for choosing promising technologies for the construction of offshore pipelines on the shelf of the Arctic seas”
RUSSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF OIL AND GAS them. THEM. GUBKINA
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DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS FOR SELECTING PERSPECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR BUILDING MARINE PIPELINES ON THE SHELF OF ARCTIC SEAS
dissertations for the degree of candidate of technical sciences
The work was performed at the Russian State University of Oil and Gas. THEM. Gubkina
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Doctor of Technical Sciences Professor Vasiliev G.G.
Doctor of Technical Sciences Odisharia G.E. Candidate of Technical Sciences Kamyshev MA
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aud. at a meeting of the dissertation council D 053.27.02 on the defense of dissertations for the degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences in specialty 05.15.13 “Construction and operation of oil and gas pipelines, bases and storage facilities” at the Russian State University of Oil and Gas named after THEM. Gubkina at the address: 117917, Moscow, GSP-1, Leninsky Prospekt, 65.
The dissertation can be found in the library of the Russian State University of Oil and Gas named after THEM. Gubkin.
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Council, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor V.V. Nuts
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK
Relevance of the problem – At present, Russia, which has the richest hydrocarbon shelf, has virtually no offshore oil and gas producing industry, while the share of offshore oil and gas in the world reaches 40% of the total production.
About 90% of the continental shelf of Russia is oil and gas promising. According to an estimate for 1999, recoverable hydrocarbon reserves of the Russian sea shelf reach 13.6 billion tons of oil and condensate and gas – 52.3 trillion. m The Arctic plays a special role, where up to 70% of the total resources of the Russian shelf are concentrated.
The development of offshore fields requires the construction of an extensive pipeline network, including oil and gas gathering systems, the re-injection of liquids into oil and gas bearing strata, and the transportation of raw materials from the field to the coastal structures in complex hydrometeorological regions.
The complexity of the construction conditions in the Arctic determines the need to search for new technologies for the construction of offshore pipelines.