«Yug-neftegazgeology» LTD Kiev, Ukraine CONTINENTAL BUREAU INC. A Florida USA Corporation Passive Magnetic Resonance Subsurface Exploration Technology (PMRSE) Passive Magnetic Resonance Subsurface Exploration Technology (PMRSE) History and development of the method PMRSE is modern geophysical method based on the use of nonlinear geopolariton fields for determination of the rocks stress – strained state In 1983, this method was proposed by Yuriy Bogdanov for the first time. There have been over 40 publications in the periodicals published by the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (geology, geophysics) and in other scientific journals. Results of the conducted works have been presented at the conferences held in Ukraine, Russia and other CIS countries, European countries, in Peru, India and others. Unlike the natural impulse of the electromagnetic radiation method, based on traditional idea about physics of the subsurface electromagnetic emission, PMRSE emphasizes record of signals caused by non-linear processes of emission generation and propagation. History and development of the method Manual on Use of Multi-Positioning Analysis of the Earth Radio-Wave Background to Prospect and Explore Natural Resources Deposits (a passive geopolariton probing method) / Authors: Yu.A. Bogdanov, I.G. Zakharov, A.M. Golovashkin, V.N. Pavlovich – 2007 This Manual has been approved by the State Geological Service of Ukraine Examples of publications: Bogdanov Ju., Chernjakov A., Uvarov V., Voronin V. Radiation of earth entrails: display and mechanism // 27 General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society, 22-27 April 2002, Nice, France. Geophysical Research Abstracts. – 2002. – V. 4. – A-00417. Yu.A. Bogdanov, V.I. Voronin, V.N. Uvarov, A.M. Chernyakov. Electromagnetic Representation of the Subsurrface Structure / Geophysical Journal. – 2003. – V. 25, No.4. - p.117-125 (in Russian). Yu.A. Bogdanov, I.G. Zakharov, O.F. Tyrnov, M. Hayakawa. Electromagnetic Effects Associated with Regional Seismic Activity in the Crimea during July-August 2002 // J. Atmospheric Electricity.- 2003.- Vol. 23, No. 2.- P. 57-67. Yu.A. Bogdanov, V.P. Kobolev, О.М. Rusakov, I.G. Zakharov. Geopolariton Sensing of Gas- Bearing Structures in the Blask Sea North-Western Shelf // Geology and Natural Resources of the World’s Water. – 2007. – No. 1. – p. 77–88 (in Russian). Laboratory Tests Усредненный график зависимости активности излучений от Average profile of emission activity dependence on нагрузки для призмы размером 10х10х40 см pressure put on prism (10x10x40cm) им п./с Micro-crack formation stage 450 400 350 300 250 200 т 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Experimental data экспериментальные данные Theory of the Method There are two types of vibrations – acoustic and optical – in a solid body with a complicated crystal grating (over one atom in a low-level cell. Strata (mass) are exactly these solids. Optical vibrations are characterized by a fact that when k->0 (k – wavevector), atoms in a low-level cell vibrate towards each other in antiphase, thus their vibrations in ionic crystals cause a change of a dipole crystal moment, followed by generation of electromagnetic waves. Interaction of electromagnetic waves and grating optical vibrations is especially significant in those areas where wavevectors and energy of photons and backgrounds is similar. In such a case it is said that a “mix” of grating electromagnetic and lateral oscillations is distributed across the crystal. Grating elementary excitations are called polaritons. Features and Efficiency of the Technology -Use of the wide-band receiving device. -A geological environment is represented as resonating layers. -Length of a recorded emission transmitting wave is proportional to the stratum thickness. -Extinction of the integrated emission is not subordinated to the exponential law. -Width of the anomaly in the first approach does not depend on electrical properties of rock masses. It is determined by geometric parameters of geological objects. Technology Efficiency: - Allows to explore significantly wider areas in the short period of time - Provides the information about the physical qualities of layers including oil and gas (the presence of hydrocarbons) - PMRSE technology has no environmental impact - Allows for laying of tectonic dislocations - integration with other geophysical methods PMRSE Instrumentation Base Analyzer of the field activity “Astrogon” Specifications: - frequency range: 500 Hz – 100 KHz - exposition time: 1,0 s; 10, s - threshold sensitivity > 5 V - automatic registration mode - weight – 1,5 kg Field conditions: - air temperature - 50°C - + 40°C - relative air humidity < 90 % (at 20°C) - pressure 450-800 mm Hg - continuous work time - 8 hours (at ultimate temperature conditions ~ 3 hours) Equipment comes in portable, car-mounted and airplane-mounted modifications Detailed survey Portable equipment allows the study of local anomalies Walking survey possible only small area and special condition Medium scale survey Example of the car utilization for the sensing under difficult field conditions (diesel or electric vechicles) Aerogeophysical Survey Allows Carrying out Regional-, Small- and Intermediate- Scale Studies Airborne geophysical system mounted on superlight airplane X-32 “Bekas” is extensively used in Ukraine Aerogeophysical prospecting for fracture water in SAR with the use of hang-gliders - Maximum takeoff weight: ~ 450 kg - Working speed range: 80… 140 km/h - Altitude limit: > 3 km - Work range: ~ 1000 km per day Airborne geophysical system mounted on light airplane Z-37 allows works at high altitude for accurate localization of large- scale structures AEROGEOPHYSICAL SURVEY DEVELOPMENT: small unmanned air vehicle NII PFM KhAI “ASTROGON-SKY” UNMANNED AERIAL COMPLEX The small unmanned air vehicle (mini-UAV) is the most prospective and effective aerial platform for accommodation of the Earth sensing equipment. • The number of UAVs in the complex – 5; • UAV max launching weight – 10 kg; • Operational speed range – 60-200 km/h • Operational height range – 40-4000 m; • Max flight endurance – 4 h; • UAV operational radius from the ground control station – up to 200 km; • System output – up to 6000 running km per 24 h. Survey Technology h = depth L = length of survey profile Profils l = length of survey area r = distance between survey profile Survey area r Data processing : a set of properties for geological-geophysical interpretation Signs for the Geopolariton Spatial analysis of possible presence of intensity map anomalies amplitudes geological objects Singular Geological - geophysical decomposition models Spatial wavelet transforms Geological - geophysical Spatial correlation output: analysis geological structures geological cross-section of the deposits Indication of depth Data processing technique: wavelet analysis Intermediate results of signal processing: an example of the set of signal wavelet decompositions N - base function 1 N - base function 2 N - base function 3 N - base function 4 N - base function 5 N - base function 6 N - base function 7 415500 416500 417500 418500 419500 420500 421500 422500 423500 L, m Data processing technique: wavelet analysis Example of the fault appearance in the set of signal wavelet decompositions X - component N base function 1 N base function 2 N base function 3 L, m N base function 4 Localization of deep fault extension! L, m Accuracy of derived depths: ±L (L – step between measurements) Map of intensity: positive and negative anomalies Survey area – 274 km2 Distance between tracks – 1 km Total flight time – 6 hour Processing time – 10 working shifts Caspian sea shelf survey: Карта интенсивности ГПИ (горизонтальная составляющая) С Пр I Пр I Пр II Пр II Пр III Пр III Пр IV Пр IV Пр V Пр V Пр VI Пр VI Пр VII Пр VII Пр VIII Пр VIII 5117000 5118000 5119000 5120000 5121000 5122000 5123000 5124000 5125000 5126000 5127000 5128000 5129000 5130000 5131000 5132000 5133000 5134000 5135000 5136000 5137000 5138000 5139000 5140000 5141000 5142000 5143000 5144000 5145000 5146000 5147000 5148000 5149000 5150000 5151000 5152000 5153000 5154000 Ш кала нормированных значений интенсивности ГПИ -0.1 -0.2 -0.3 -0.4 -0.5 -0.6 -0.7 -0.8 -0.9 -1.0 -1.1 -1.2 -1.3 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.0 No depth details! Рис. 3 Types of Anomalies from Coal Profile Construction Technology + other information Kinds of exploration on coal deposits (Donetsk Coal Basin, Ukraine): 1) Search (tracking) of dislocations 2) Locating of boundaries and depths of coal layers 3) Search of associative gases (gas methane of coal deposits) Search in coal fields of Matrosskaya Area (depth 300-350 m) A Mine survey data A PMRSE data Search in coal fields of Matrosskaya Area (depth 300-350 m) Geophysical profile on line A-A An Example of Search of Dislocation and Methane (Tomashovskaya Area) Search in Coal Fields of Tomashovskaya Area (depth 300-350 m) Profile construction Komsomoletz Donbassa Mine Geological Profile in Coal Area (Donetsk Region) 3D model of Yul’evka coal field Oil and Gas Geology Interpretations of PMRSE data obtained in the North Edge of Dniepr-Donetsk Basin (Ukraine) Map of gas-bearing areas Legend: (top - bottom) areas predicted by at least 3 criterions of GS; areas predicted by 1-2 criterions of GS; depth of producing horizon in the sediment; depth of producing horizon in the basement; well; faults; profile line; contour of the crystalline basement top Valkovsky salt dome Staroverovsky salt dome Geological profile of the Verbovsky salt dome Oil field Oimasha (Kazakhstan) Oil traps map Geophysical profile on line Г-Г А 4808000 Legend: 4807000 Б Granite dome boundary 0.5 0 В 4806000 Faults: -0.5 4805000 1st order 0 4804000 Г 2nd order -500 4803000 Well number 16 4802000 25 Profile line -1000 68 20 4801000 Oil traps in basement: -1500 9 4800000 10 Г certain -2000 4799000 uncertain Б 4798000 Oil traps in Trias: -2500 4797000 А certain В -3000 53200 0 533000 534000 53500 0 536000 537000 53800 0 539000 540000 541000 542000 543000 uncertain -3500 T Granite dome surface -4000 -4500 Pz -5000 Legend: 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 Oil-reach deposits Bed rocks Granites Bed rocks disintegration zone Crush zone Invasion zone Geology of kimberlite (West Ukraine) Typical Anomaly of kimberlite pipe Geology of iron-ore deposits (CITY DNIEPRORUDNIY) Ukraine Typical Anomaly of трубки взрыва Survey of the North-West Part of Black Sea Shelf Profile 1: Mud volcano “Vladimir Parshin” (was discovered during 27th voyage Research Vessel Profiles locations “Professor Vodyanitskiy” in 2006) (after Yu. Bogdanov) wavelet decompositions of signal 1 PMRSE Geography Surveys of 8 coal and 12 oil fields, iron-ore and other fields by the PMRSE Technology with the use of car- and airplane-based systems were successfully carried out in the following countries; Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Jordan, South Africa, UAE, Argentina, Peru, Russia Profils map (Sample) Distance between profils 250 m. Total area – 50 km2. Length of horizontal profil 18250 m. Length of vertical profil 20000 m. 8000 m Total amount of horizontal profils 27. Total amount of vertical profils 33. Total length of horizontal profils 492750 m. Total length of vertical profils 660000. Total length of profils 1152750 m. 6250 m Estimated complete time of works Pedestrian works (speed of man – 3 km/h) - Total time 384 hours. Total days, if to work six hours in a day – 60. Works on a car (speed of car -15 km/h) – Total time 79 hours. Total days, if to work six hours in a day – 12. Works on an airplane (speed of airplane -100 km/h) - Total time 12 hours. Total days, if to work six hours in a day – 2. Total time of processing of data Presence of geological information and information of well-boring – 3-4 months. (Show of a few geological cuts for the perspective districts of the well-boring without the detailed produce of results). This is results for tests of work. Presence of geological information and information of well- – 6-7 months. (The detailed show of results in the perspective areas of the well-boring. Map of perspective areas for the well-boring, recommendation on the choice of place of the well-boring, delineation of oil fields.) Airplane requirements for implementation of works by method of PMRSE. Light airplane. An airplane must have one or two engines. Seating accommodation: minimum two (pilot and operator). Aboard an airplane must be GPS with possibility direct routes for working profils of flight. Speed of flight of airplane during implementation of works must be no more 100 km/h. Height of flight of airplane -200-300 m. The value of height does not change during all period of works on an area. Deviation from basic direction of flight over profil must not exceed 10 m. The first standard profil above an area must be a not less 50 km. When select research area it is necessary to take into account, profil must come forward outside of area on distance equal to the research depth. Requirement on mounting of device “ASTROGON-T” on an airplane. 1. Mounting of block of antenna of receiver. HWD of 150x110x70 mm. Weight 1.00 kg. Antenna must be fastened from below! Antenna must be mounting more distant than engine. Antenna unites with the block of receiver by a wire (diameter 5 mm, long 20 м). 2. Mounting of receiver of “ASTROGON-T” HWD of 1140x140x70 mm. Weight 2.00 kg. A receiver must be aboard an airplane near the place of operator (under an armchair). Detector does not require the special fastening. 3. Mounting of antenna of GPS. HWD of 130x150x145 mm. Weight 1.50 kg. Antenna must be fastened outside, from above! Length of wire a 2m. Place of operator must be remote from antenna not more length of wire. Need two openings. For fastening of antenna of GPS. Diameter- 25mm. For the cable of antenna of GPS. Diameter- 25mm. 4. Mounting of the power supply block and receiver of GPS HWD of 300x400x150 mm. Weight 5.00 kg. The power supply bloc of GPS must be aboard an airplane and be located not more than a 1-1,5 meter of operator. Power supply bloc does not require the special fastening. GPS “ASTROGON-T” Possible places of fastening of antenna of GPS and antenna of receiver of “ASTROGON-T”. Instrumentation Base Specifications: frequency range: 500 Hz – 100 KHz exposition time: 1,0 s; 10, s threshold sensitivity > 5 V automatic registration mode weight – 1,5 kg Field conditions: air temperature - 50°C - + 40°C relative air humidity < 90 % (at 20°C) pressure 450-800 mm Hg continuous work time - 8 hours (at ultimate temperature conditions ~ 3 hours) Antenna of "ASTROGON-T" receive only the electromagnetic field of Earth in the range of frequencies 500 Hz – 100 KHz. The surface of accepting of antenna is directed towards earth. Yug-neftegaz Yug-neftegazgeology CONTINENTAL BUREAU INC. A Florida USA Corporation INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES INCREASE OF PRODUCTIVITY OF OIL, GAS AND GAS-CONDENSATE WELLS GEOPHYSICAL EXPLORATION TECHNOLOGY OF THE USE OF THE MULTI POSITION METHOD OF THE ANALYSIS OF RADIOWAVE BACKGROUND OF THE EARTH (METHOD OF THE GEOPOLARITON SENSING) AT THE DECISION OF NATIONAL ECONOMY TASKS A company "Yug-Neftegasgeology" is a dynamically developing enterprise, specialized on development and introduction of untraditional methods of the applied geophysics in area of search and exploring of minerals. The base method of research is the controlled from distance, nondestructive method of the passive geo-polaration sensing (GPS), allowing with the high degree of authenticity to expose geometry of oil- and-gas bearing structures, ore bodies and violations of breaks. It provides the selection of traps of hydrocarbons, deposits of minerals on a depth up to 10(ten) km. Finite data can be given both in two- and in three-dimensional interpretation. Device basis of method is a complex "Tezey", developed by the group of specialists, headed by the Candidate of engineering sciences, corresponding Member of Engineering Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Bogdanov Y. A., and it is also patented by an enterprise. It includes modifications of devices, intended for the pedestrian, motor-car, aviation and well variants of measuring. The method of GPS provides the survey of territories in the real time and considerably reduces labor costs by complex approach to conducting of works – the geo-polaration sensing of the explored area is conducted with the use of motor transport, aero survey (by the easy and ultralight piloted airplanes) and with the use of field expeditionary brigades. It allows to conduct regional, local researches and, if necessary, go into detail for the most difficult and problem areas of surface. In structure of the Company "Yug-Neftegas" specialists work in areas of geology, hydro-geology, engineering geology, geodesy and cartography, physics, chemistry, instrument-making and ecology. Among them there are an academician of Academy of Mountain Sciences of Ukraine, academician of Oil and Gas Academy of Ukraine, professor of Mountain sciences of Ukraine, 2 doctors and 7 candidates of sciences. GPS, research instruments (antenna and wave signal receiver) 1. INCREASE OF THE PRODUCTIVITY OF WELLS BY AFFECTING THE BOTTOMHOLE FORMATION ZONE OF LAYER BY COMPOSITIONS WITH POWDERY ACIDS 2. TECHNOLOGY OF ISOLATION AND LIMITATION OF WATER INFLOW IN OIL AND GAS WELLS BY MAGNETOACTIVE SUBSTANCES 3. TECHNOLOGY OF ACID INFLUENCE ON BOTTOMHOLE FORMATION ZONE OF LAYERWITH SIMULTANEOUS DISCONNECTING OF AQUIFEROUS INTERLAYER 4. INCREASE OF THE PRODUCTIVITY OF GASLIFT WELLS BY FOAMY SYSTEMS 5. TECHNOLOGY OF MULTIPLYING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF INJECTION WELLS BY USING OF POWDERY NITRIC ACID 6. TECHNOLOGY OF TREATMENT OF BOTTOMHOLE FORMATION ZONE OF PRODUCING HORIZONTAL WELLS 7. TECHNOLOGY OF INFLUENCE ON A LAYER IN BOTTOMHOLE FORMATION ZONE OF WELLS BY NITRIC-ACID MIXTURE WITHOUT BRIGADE OF UNDERGROUND REPAIR Chart of connection of equipment at treatment of wells by nitric acid mixture: 1. casing pipe; 2. pipes of pump-compressors; 3. bolt; 4,6 reverse valve; 5. an ejector; 7. setting AGU-8K; 8. power-station; 9. an aggregate 4AN-700; 10. an equipment AU-5; 11. an auxiliary aggregate; 12. a capacity; 13. an aggregate Az-3OA; 14. a gathering line 8. TECHNOLOGY OF TREATMENT OF OTTOMHOLE FORMATION ZONE OF PRODUCING HORIZONTAL WELLS 9. TECHNOLOGY OF SELECTIVE ISOLATION AND LIMITATIONS OF WATER INFLOW IN OIL AND GAS WELLS 10. RENEWAL OF THE PRODUCTIVITY OF GAS AND GAS- CONDENSATE WELLS IN WATERED LAYER 11. EXPRESS-TECHNOLOGY OF LIMITATION OF WATER PRODUCTION IN EXTRACTIVE WELLS WITH THE USE OF FOAMY SYSTEMS 12. LIQUIDATION OF BEHIND-THE-CASING FLOWS IN EXTRACTIVE WELLS WITH THE USE OF FOAM-CEMENT SOLUTIONS 13. FINISHING THE WELLS BY DRILLING AND PUMPING-IN OF INFLOW OF OIL AND GAS BY DIPHASIC FOAMS 14. TECHNOLOGY OF MULTIPLYING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF PUMPING WELLS 15. TECHNOLOGY OF INCREASE OF INJECTABILITY OF INJECTION WELL BY APPLICATION OF SULPHURIC ACID IN NONACTIVE (POWDERY) FORM 16. INCREASE OF THE PRODUCTIVITY OF PUMPING WELLS WITH HIGH MAINTENANCE OF GAS 17. TECHNOLOGY OF EFFECTIVE RAISING UP OF HIGH-VISCOSITY OIL BY DEEP PUMP 18. HYDROPROTECTION OF DEEP BAR PLANTS 19. TECHNOLOGY OF CLEANING OF BOTTOM HOLE OF GAS AND GAS CONDENSATE WELLS FROM LIQUID 20. PREVENTION OF FORMING OF PARAFFIN DEPOSITS IN TUBING 21. NITRIC HYDRAULIC JET PERFORATION 22. TEAS-M -UNIVERSAL HIGH-PERFORMANCE SUPERFICIALLY-ACTIVE MATTER (SAM) 23. TECHNOLOGY OF SELECTIVE ACID FOAM AFFECTING BOTTOMHOLE FORMATION ZONE OF LAYERS WITH DIFFERENT GEOLOGICAL AND MINING CONDITIONS RESULTS OF INTRODUCTION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES, SERVICES We will consider briefly the results of application of the offered technologies of multiplying the productivity of oil and gas wells on the deposits of Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Syria, China, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Jordan, South Africa, UAE, Argentina, Peru, Cuba. Enclosed are some of the result services and technology in the following countries: Azerbaijan Work on limitation of inflow of water were conducted on three oilfields on wells with the different mining-geological conditions of bedding of productive layers. Amount of wells for application of technology - 3 wells. A depth of wells -1700-3680 m. Type of collector – terrigenous, sandstone. Permeability – 100---220 mDarcy. Results of works on limitation of inflow of water with the use of magnetoactive substances on the deposits of State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic Syria Basic perspective deposits are concentrated in North, Western and East parts of Syria. • A number of treated wells - 20 wells. • Depths of wells -700 – 2900 m. • Type of collector – granular, including clay materials. • Injectability - 0,08 darcy – 0,5 darcy. Efficiency of acid treatments on the forcing wells of deposit of Suediya, (Syrian Arabic Republic). Syria Basic perspective deposits are concentrated in North, Western and East parts of Syria. Performance of works on application of technology of stimulation of inflow of oil with the use of complex of acids in a nonactive form on the deposit of Suediya, (Syrian Arabic Republic) Turkmenistan A number of treated wells - 3 wells. A depth of wells -1500-1600 m. Type of collector – terrigenous. Permeability – 70---100 mDarcy. Results of works on the use of technology of isolation and limitation of inflows of water with the use of magnetoactive substances on the deposit of Goturdepe of National Concern Turkmenneft China Basic perspective deposits are located in North, East and Western parts. • Amount of wells for works on application of technologies of stimulation of inflows of oil and gas by the use of powdery chemical reagents on the oilfields of China - 20 wells • Depths of well – 1100-3800m • Type of collector – granular, fracture - porous. • Injectability – 0,1 darcy - 0.78 darcy. Results of stimulation of inflow of oil and gas by the use of powdery chemical reagents on the oilfields of China Russia Basic perspective deposits are concentrated in Western and East Siberia. The approximate balance supplies of oil in the indicated regions make 800 millions – 1 mld. tons of oil. • A number of treated wells - 480 wells. • Depths of wells are 1600 – 3100 m. • Type of collector – granular, fracture - porous. • Permeability – 0,1 darcy – 0,6 darcy. Efficiency of treatment by acid compositions on the deposits of Western Siberia Russia Results of the use of magneto-active substances on Var'egansk deposit of Western Siberia Poland Basic deposits are concentrated in Prikarpatskaya area. • A number of treated wells - 20 wells. • A depth of well is 800-1700 m. • Type of collector – granular • Injectability – 0,2 darcy – 0,4 darcy. Performance of works on application of technology of gas recovery on the gas deposit of Zelenogursk oil-and-gas enterprise (Poland) Bulgaria Basic deposits are confined to the cracks, fracture - porous and coal layers in the north in onshore part of country, drilled on a coal layer with the supplies of methane gas. • Type of collector – difficult, combined: coal, including sandstones. • Depth of mining holes - 1100 – 1500 m. • Injectability – 0,01 darcy – 0,03 darcy. Results of technology of treatment of wells by the use of magnetically-active substances Ukraine Ukraine has two oil-and-gas bearing regions: on the east - "Dnepr-Donetsk cavern (DDC)", on the west - "Deposits of Predkarpat'e (DP)". Deposits of the Dnepr-Donetsk cavern: Depth of wells - 1500-5700 m Type of collector – granular, fracture-porous. Permeability – 0,08 darcy – 0,95 darcy. Deposits of Predkarpat'e: Depth of wells - 1400-5300 m.. Type of collector – granular, with large content of clay particles (so-called "menilite deposits"). Permeability - 0,01 darcy – 0,3 darcy. (The following graphs are tables # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5): Table 1 Performance of works on stimulation of inflow of oil by the use of powdery chemical agents on the oilfields of Ukraine Table 2 Performance of works on application of technology of stimulation of gas inflow, offered on Yul'evsk gas-condensate deposit of DK “Khar'kovgazdobycha” and on the deposit of “Vizhomlya” DK “L'vovgazdobycha” by acid composition in a nonactive form Table 3 Results of application of technology of bearing-out of liquid on the deposits of OAO "Ukrneft" and in the Republic of Poland Table 4 Results of application of diphasic foams in gaslift wells on Glinsko- Rozbyshevsk deposit of NGDU "Poltavaneftegaz" (in a numerator - information on debit before the use of technology, in a denominator – after). Table 5 Results of application of express technology of limitation of water production on the deposits of NGDU "Dolinaneftegaz" in difficult mining-geological conditions (menilite deposits) Yug-neftegazgeology Yug-neftegaz Our advanced high tech computerized equipment and technology , can explore the sub-surface of the Earth to a depth of 60 km. The graph is an actual result of our technology in Ukraine. “Yug-neftegazgeology” LTD Kiev, Ukraine “Yug-neftegaz“ LLC Odessa, Ukraine Representative CONTINENTAL BUREAU INC. Gabriel Mnayarji A Florida USA Corporation P.O. Box 780696 Orlando, Florida, USA 32878 www.continentalbureau.com Email: email@example.com Tel. (321) 947-6586 Thank you for your interest in our technology.
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