The International Scientific and Practical Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists “Technologies of the Future of Oil and Gas Producing Regions” (RAS) has become one of the main events for both Surgut State University and all participants of the V International Youth Scientific and Practical Forum “Oil Capital”.
It took place in a mixed format. During the two days of the forum, experts listened to more than a hundred reports on topical issues of applied science in the oil and gas industry, including industry and ecology. The conference participants shared the results of their own research on oil and gas and industrial technologies, safe production technologies, and ecology.
Recall that the purpose of the conference is to discuss topical issues of the new model of “smart economy”, based on the innovative transformation of the oil and gas industry, the formation of a favorable environment, the creation of conditions for the formation of the Autonomous Okrug as a technological springboard for Russia in the development of the North and the Arctic.
For two days at three scientific sections – “Modern technological solutions in the oil and gas industry”, “Industrial development: from idea to technology”, “Ecology. Green Technologies” experts, scientists, graduate students and students actively discussed the innovative development of hydrocarbon production technologies, environmental aspects of work and a new model of “smart economy”.
Deputy Chairman of the Council of Young Scientists of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Director of the Institute for Fundamental Problems of Biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences Dmitry Demin, moderator of the section “Ecology. Green Technologies”, welcoming the guests and participants of the forum at the plenary session, noted that this year there are many full-time participants.
And he drew the attention of the scientific community to the fact that personal communication is much more useful than virtual communication.
“In the last month, we have seen the industry’s interest in import substitution, a scientific and practical approach to solving, so many opportunities open up for you to create new technologies, new materials, new breakthrough ideas that can be useful to our state. And those studies that are carried out and voiced within the framework of this forum in the field of Earth science.
chemical sciences, are diamonds that adorn, give new directions for research in these areas,” said Dmitry Viktorovich, thanking the Governor of Yusra and the entire team of organizers of the forum for opening a platform where scientists and practitioners can find common ground and introduce their technologies in the practical field. And the Moscow scientist wished the young practitioners successful work and fruitful cooperation not only on the territory of Surgut, but throughout Russia.
Scientists and graduate students of Surgut State University presented their own unique developments and innovative projects. So, at the section “Modern technological solutions in the oil and gas industry”, a graduate student of the Department of Automated Information Processing and Control Systems of the direction “Informatics and Computer Science” of the Polytechnic Institute, Ismail Dzhariyev, made a report “Accounting for the long-term effect of electromagnetic heating of an oil reservoir on the well flow rate” (scientific head – director of the Polytechnic Institute Sergey System).
“The uniqueness of my work lies in the fact that in the problem under consideration a new method is proposed to increase the well production rate for a reservoir with high-viscosity oil by heating with electromagnetic radiation. The results obtained for EROI 13.2 and 23.2 satisfy the specified criterion. However, the calculation according to the second variant shows that taking into account the long-term influence of the electromagnetic heating of the oil reservoir on the well flow rate makes it possible to take into account the efficiency of the technology more correctly. At the same time.
the obtained value of the coefficient for assessing the energy balance in the second variant is more than 1.7 times higher than in the first variant,” commented the postgraduate student of Sirs. The calculations obtained by him in the course of the study showed that the effectiveness of the technology of electromagnetic impact on the buttonhole formation zone is acceptable from a practical point of view.
At the same section, an interesting report was made by the Associate Professor of the Department of Radio Electronics and Power Engineering of the Polytechnic Institute Evgeni Shushing. The speaker told the audience about the methods of radar monitoring of the state of underwater and underground pipelines and oil spills.
Two scientific reports from Sirs were presented in the section “Industrial development: from idea to technology”. Associate Professor of the Department of Radio Electronics and Power Engineering of the Polytechnic Institute Anatoly Demo spoke about the mobile control panel for autonomous level gauges.
dwelling in detail on the description of its block diagram, as well as the data transmission algorithm, the wireless network for collecting metrological data. Vadim Logonov, a researcher at the REC of the Polytechnic Institute, shared his experience in studying the vibrational combustion of a propane-air mixture of gases in a confuse channel.
Equally topical reports were presented by the participants of the third section “Ecology. Green Technologies. Of great interest and lively discussion was the speech of the third-year student of the faculty of oil refining technology of the Russian University of Oil and Gas named after V.I. THEM.
Goblin Koenig Manase Sash. The area of his scientific interests is the production of paving stones from plastic waste, solving urgent environmental problems in developing countries. The speaker noted that the main sources of environmental pollution include industrial production, transport, power plants, agriculture and the domestic sector. And household waste is one of the main environmental problems.
A student of the Russian University of Oil and Gas named after V.I. THEM. Goblin Phalloidin Mirzaei. His report was devoted to the environmental aspects of the transition to liquefied natural gas as a natural gas vehicle fuel in Uzbekistan. Speaking about the advantage of LNG as a type of fuel.
Julolidines highlighted a number of positive aspects. First, LNG increases fuel density by 600 times, making it more efficient and easier to store, transport, and consume. Secondly, it makes it possible to gasify objects located at considerable distances from main pipelines, which also makes it possible to involve deep (remote) territories in agricultural circulation. Thirdly.