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Abstract

The vertical geological structure disintegration, appearing as a result of depth tectonic processes, in most cases is a determing factor in generation of oil and gas accumulations. Locations of many hydrocarbon deposits are confined to tectonic active zones. Geological disintegration leads to formation of a deep-seated structure of gas-liquid migration channels. It has also an influence on filtration-accumulation properties of already formed epigenesis sediments. We suppose that the channels of vertical disintegration may be considered as self-dependent geological objects to which hydrocarbon traps are confined. The paper is devoted to the problem of investigation, detection and exploration of such objects by new seismic technologies.

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2006-10-16
2020-07-13
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