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Paper presented at the Arctic Technology Conference, October 24–26, 2016
Paper Number: OTC-27397-MS
... Abstract The formation and evolution of the East Barents Sea basin were related to the closure of Ural Ocean, which resulted in three different prototype basins. Based on dynamic research on basin-forming & hydrocarbon generation & hydrocarbon accumulation, filling mechanisms of the...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, March 23–25, 2015
Paper Number: OTC-25528-MS
... leads to increased safety and commerciality of exploration operations in the Arctic. numerical model numerical simulation ice condition concentration technology conference calibration drillship design ice condition upstream oil & gas statoil experiment sibis model ice accumulation...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, March 23–25, 2015
Paper Number: OTC-25578-MS
... Abstract The results of application the technology of frequency-resonance processing and interpretation of remote sensing (RS) data for the hydrocarbons (HC) accumulation searching and prospecting in different region of Barents Sea are analyzed in the paper. This mobile method works within the...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, March 23–25, 2015
Paper Number: OTC-25579-MS
... identify hydrocarbon accumulation on the basis of regional studies. By analysis of core and well log data, static petrophysical properties calculated, reservoir horizons characterized and afterward the effective porosity was estimated using adaptive well log interpretation. The effective porosity...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, March 23–25, 2015
Paper Number: OTC-25534-MS
..., waterline diameter, ice thickness and ice-structure friction are presented. The results of the study are relevant for structures in ice, such as offshore drilling platforms, bridge piers and offshore wind turbine foundations. accumulation waterline diameter vertical force ice force diameter...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, March 23–25, 2015
Paper Number: OTC-25591-MS
... industry but was still under development. At that stage, the program was able to simulate the flow of an ice sheet as it encroached on a conical structure and to predict vertical and horizontal loads on the structure with good accuracy. It also predicted the geometry of the ice accumulation in front of the...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, February 10–12, 2014
Paper Number: OTC-24566-MS
... loading on a sloped structure. In order to use the equations in ISO 19906, assumptions must be made on the maximum accumulated rubble height and other parameters, which affect the calculated load. The peak loads from the model and ISO approach are similar for level ice interactions, although the ISO...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, February 10–12, 2014
Paper Number: OTC-24663-MS
... Abstract Superstructure icing occurs when spray freezes on offshore platforms and ships. Though superstructure ice accumulates fastest on moving vessels that generate bow spray, stationary structures also ice in storms. And ice from atmospheric sources also accumulates, affecting parts of...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, December 3–5, 2012
Paper Number: OTC-23794-MS
... basins, their structures andhydrocarbon prosepctivity shows the areas, which are favourable for hydrocarbonaccumulations. Deep depressions, as areas of long-term and stable sinking, arehighly promising zones for the accumulation of predominantly gas fields. Theyform regional gas accumulation belts...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, December 3–5, 2012
Paper Number: OTC-23726-MS
... generation of hydrocarbons to fill potential reservoirs and to bepreserved. Applications include predictions of the extent and timing ofpetroleum generation from source rocks, reconstructions of basin architecture, migration pathways, locations of potential traps and accumulations, andanalysis of risk based...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2011
Paper Number: OTC-22061-MS
... accumulations of gas and oil are predicted at a 50% probability in the Kara Sea, Barents Sea, offshore East and West Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. On a BOE basis, undiscovered natural gas is three times more abundant than oil in the Arctic and is concentrated in Russian territory. Oil resources, while...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2011
Paper Number: OTC-22152-MS
... low temperature T and high pressure P exist for their formation and stability: in the Arctic (typically in association with permafrost) and in deep ocean sediments (Kvenvolden, 1988). permeability accumulation reflection hydrate boswell saturation gas production moridis collett...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2011
Paper Number: OTC-22064-MS
... Abstract Shallow light oil accumulations in reservoirs within the permafrost are rarely recognized and, when identified, are often considered uneconomic because of their shallow depths and low reservoir energy. Horizontal drilling technology will improve the economics of these shallow...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2011
Paper Number: OTC-22149-MS
... improve the understanding of the response of naturally-occurring gas hydrate to depressurization-induced or thermal-, chemical-, and/or mechanical-stimulated dissociation of gas hydrate into producible gas. The Eileen gas hydrate accumulation located in the Greater Prudhoe Bay area in northern Alaska has...
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Paper presented at the OTC Arctic Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2011
Paper Number: OTC-22043-MS
... practices to enhance snow drift accumulation, which leads to increased melt water production, and an extended melting season that will recharge a depleted lake despite potentially unfavorable climate and hydrological conditions (i.e. surface storage deficit or/and low precipitation). Specifically, we...

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