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Advanced hydrocarbon exploration technologies (a case study from western Tatarstan)
D.K. Nourgaliev, I.U. Chernova
This paper suggests a way to create a universal technology for optimising oil and gas exploration. The key point in this approach, in the authors’ view, is that deposits are considered ever-active bodies with their formation and decomposition occurring at present or in the recent past.
age of deposit, oil formation areas, geotectonic movements
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Kazan State University, Kazan
Nourgaliev D.K., Chernova I.U. Advanced hydrocarbon exploration technologies (a case study from western Tatarstan). Georesursy [Georesources]. No. 4(27). 2008. Pp. 39-41.