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In 1984 the geological engineering survey team was formed on the basis of the mud logging team, subsequently, in 2000, it was reorganized as the geological engineering survey expedition of Bashneftegeofizika JSC. In 2011 all GTS teams of other Bashneftegeofizika JSC departments were consolidated on the basis of the geological and technical survey expedition, Ufa Administration of Geophysical Works.

Geotest-5 GTS station

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Geotest-5 GTS station is designed for:
  • automated gathering of geological and geochemical and process information while drilling;
  • control over drilling parameters;
  • situation assessment and emergency and troubles prevention;
  • reservoir designation and assessment of saturation nature;
  • drilling process documentation, drill site data transfer.
 
Application area: geological engineering surveys and control over well drilling for oil and gas.

Operation of Geotest-5 GTS station at the well site enables well remote monitoring.
 

List of process parameter sensors

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Driller's panel
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Rotor rotation sensor
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Input flush liquid temperature sensor
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ARTWIK flow meter
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Pump stroke sensor
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Flush liquid density sensor (contactless)
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Depth sensor
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Density sensor for flush liquid in the receiver reservoir
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Tong torque sensor


Geological module

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KM-1A carbonate meter

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Components to be analyzedcalcite, dolomite, insoluble residue
Analysis continuation, min25
Measurement range, %(0.1 - 99.9)
Measurement error, %± 2.5
Mass of rock charge, g0.40
Information outputDigital display and RS-232


MBS-10 stereoscopic microscope with a camera adapter

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Magnification3.3 – 100.8
Source of lightРН8-20-1 lamp
Device mass, kgno more than 8


LU-1 luminoscope

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Wave length of the UV-ray source366 nm
Mass of studied charge, g(1.0 – 100.0)
Operation modeintermittent,
operation time - 1 hour,
pause - 25 minutes
Analysis continuation, min5


PSh-1 sludge density meter

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Determination range, g/cm31.20 - 2.90
Determination error, g/cm3± 0.03
Rock sample size, mm3 - 7
Sample mass, g0.5 - 1.0
Liquid poured into the flaskdistilled water
Determination cycle time, minno more than 5
Device mass, kgno more than 3.0


UDZh-2M unit for residual oil water saturation determination

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Working chamber volume, cm3640
Heating temperature, °C105; 140 - 200
Heating modeautomatic
Analysis time, min30


PE-2 device for express determination of open drill core and cuttings porosity

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Sample mass, g1.0 – 100.0
Porosity measurement range, %0 - 50
Weighing method, g0.001 – 100.000
Analysis continuation, min10 - 90
Sample drying methodinfrared
Drying temperature range, °С+50 ... +180
Time of continuous operation, hat least 16


Infrared spectrometer for express quantitative determination of oil and bitumen contents in rocks

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Composition: IKN-025 infrared content meter, extraction plant, state standard oil product samples.
Operational principle: based on absorption of infrared radiation by oil hydrocarbon molecules in the area of λ= 3.42 µm wave length.

Range of hydrocarbon measurement in the sample, mg/g3.0 - 200.0
Analyzed rock mass, g0.
Solvent typeCCl4
Analysis time with sample preparation, min5 - 10
Mass, kg2


TVD-7M thermal vacuum degasser

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Degassed sample volume250 cm3
Limit volume of gas extracted200 cm3
Time of sample degassingno more than 15 min
Operating rarefaction0,09 MPa
Heating temperature90 - 100 °С


Heat sludge dryer

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Sample volume, cm3150
Drying time, min0.5-5
Power, W900; 1800
Operation modeautomatic


Electronic scales

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Weighing limit, g200; 600
Measurement error, g0.001; 0.01
Operating platform diameter, mm180
Mass, kg3.5


Fraction screens

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Number of screens7
Diameter of screen mesh, mm0.10; 0.25; 1.00; 2.00; 3.00; 5.00; 7.00
Materialstainless steel
Mass, kg4.0
Shell diameter, mm200



Survey of drilling mud characteristics

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Template report on well geological and engineering survey

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Well drilling time balance

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The balance of well drilling time is drawn up according to the form of state statistics observation No.1 - TEK (drill.). No. 39 dated 11.06.99


Technical and process well drilling parameters


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Summary sludge sheet

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Run diagrams

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Results of geological and geochemical surveys

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Daily summary

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Designation of the producing reservoir according to the data of the GTS station

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Early detection of gas seepage during drilling

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Early detection of flush liquid loss during drilling

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