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Abstract

Summary

For a long time, the sediments of the Bohansk horizon in the south of the Siberian Platform were considered to be unprospective, but with the discovery of industrial deposits at the Chikanskoye gas-condensate field, which is a satellite of the Kovykta field, interest in them has increased. The autor has analyzed the main structural features of prospective terrigenous deposits of the Bohan horizon in the Kovykta field, presents a comprehensive analysis of seismic materials (inversion transformations, dynamic and paleomorphological), which resulted in the heterogeneity of the structure of the target horizon, and also mapped out a prospective area with signs of gas saturation

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2018-08-11
2020-02-29
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