Engineering survey on the continental shelf are performed in order to investigate the engineering conditions of the following oil and gas facilities construction site: different types of production drilling rigs and exploratory drilling rigs. The survey has to provide the integrated investigations of engineering conditions of areas and sites for designed construction, including relief, geological structure, seismotectonic, geomorphologic and hydrogeological conditions, soil constitution, composition, properties and temperature, presence of geological processes and events, in order to obtain the necessary materials for preliminary design and project documentation justification for the oil and gas field facilities and engineering protection.


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