A.G. Lebed’ko, G.I. Lebed’ko
Deep horizons of Kerchensky-Tamansky Petroleum District: future of commercial development
Key words: naturally fractured reservoir; prediction of prospects; vertical heat and mass transfer; reservoir model; Maikopsky claystone; oil and gas occurrence criteria; geophysical parameters; deep horizons; integral analysis.
For citation: Lebed’ko A.G., Lebed’ko G.I. Deep horizons of Kerchensky-Tamansky Petroleum District: future of commercial development. Geologiya nefti i gaza. 2021;(5):19–31. DOI: 10.31087/0016-7894-2021-5-19-31. In Russ.
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