Geoelectric studies of the oil and gas bearing area on the southern slope of the central Dnieper-Donets Basin part
Keywords:Southern side of the Dnieper-Donets Basin, Kirovograd electroconductivity anomaly, MT/MV methods, oil and gas prospecting area
In 2017 modern synchronous magnetotelluric and magnetovariational investigations were carried out on the Nesseno-Irzhuets—Abramovka profiles in eleven points for the study of the deep structure of the central part of the southern Dnipro-Donets Basin (DDB) board, where the Kirovograd electrical conduction anomaly crosses the Lokhvytsky and Poltava blocks of the DDB. The processing of experimental materials was carried out using known programs PRC_MTMV and PTS. Reliable estimates of the types for periods of geomagnetic variations from 30 to 3700 s and parameters of apparent electrical resistance (amplitude values and phase of impedance) from 40 to 10 000 s are obtained. A joint analysis of complex types and curves of apparent electrical resistance and impedance phases indicates the presence of a surface conductor. Which extends from northwest to southeast and associated with superficial conductivity of the sedimentary strata of the DDB. Also spatially detailed heterogeneity, which is assumed in deep horizons with an upper edge of 20—30 km in the middle part of the profile and corresponds to Kirovograd electrical conduction anomaly. The qualitative interpretation of experimental MT/MV data allows us to clarify the perspective on the oil and gas bearing area in the area of the southern side, which outlines the central part of the DDB between the settlements of Khorol and Reshetilivka. In addition, confirm and detail previously allocated oil and gas prospecting sites, namely Glydinintsiv, with which the anomaly is connected in its southeastern part and extend to the southeast by 20 km. Information about the existence of a deep conductor and its parameters should be the basis for quantitative interpretation and construction of 3D deep geoelectric model.
Arsiriy, Yu. A., Vitenko, V. A., Paliy, A. M., & Tsypko, F. K. (Eds.). (1984). Atlas of the geological structure of the Dnieper-Donets basin. A survey tectonic map of the southwestern part of the East European Platform. Kiev: Ministry of Geology of the USSR (in Russian).
Baglaenko, N. V., Varentsov, I. M., Gordienko, V. V., Zhdanov, M. S., Kulik, S. N., & Logvinov, I. M. (1989). Geoelectric model Kirovograd geomagnetic anomalies on data. Working paper 28(854). Moscow: IZMIRAN (in Russian).
Berdichevskiy, M. N., & Dmitriev, V. I. (2009). Models and Methods of Magnetotellurics. Moscow: Nauchnyy Mir (in Russian).
Belyavskiyá V.V., Burakhovych, T.K., Kulik, S.N., & Sukhov, V.V. (2001). Electromagnetic methods in the study of the Ukrainian Shield and the Dnipro-Donetsk Basin. Kiev: Znannya Ukrayiny (in Russian).
Burakhovych, T. K., & Kulik, S. N. (1999). Quasi-three-dimensional geoelectric model of the Kirovograd electroconductivity anomaly. Geofizicheskiy zhurnal, 21(2), 120—125 (in Russian).
Belyavskiy, V. V., & Kulik, S. N. (Eds). (1998). Geoelectric model of the tectonosphere of the Eurasian folded belt and contiguous territories. Kiev: Znannya (in Russian).
Antsiferov, A. V. (Eds). (2006). Geological and geophysical model of the Krivoy Rog Kremenchug suture zone of the Ukrainian Shield. Kiev: Naukova Dumka (in Russian).
Gordienko, V. V., Gordienko, I. V., Zavgorodnyaya, O. V., Kovachikova, S., Logvinov, I. M., Tarasov, V. N., & Usenko, O. V. (2006). Dnieper-Donets Basin (geophysics, deep processes). Kiev: Korvin press (in Russian).
Gubin, I. A. (2008). Isolation of geological heterogeneities according to the MTZ method data. Zapiski Gornogo instituta, 176, 168—171 (in Russian).
Dmitriev, V. I., Yakovlev, A. G., Golubtsova, N. S., Pushkarev, P. Yu., Kulikov, V. A., Khmelevskoy, V. K., & Shustov, N. L. (2014). Magnetoteläuric method and the scientific school of geophysicists: Proceeding Scientific conference dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Department of Geophysics at Moscow University “Geophysics in Moscow State University. Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow. 1944—2014” (pp. 80—98). Moscow: Samprint (in Russian).
Map of the structures of the eastern oil and gas region of Ukraine as of 01.01.2009. (2009). Lviv: UkrDGRI (in Ukrainian).
Kismereshkin, V. P., Korzhubaev, A. G., Sysoyev, B. K., 2009. Magnetotelluric sounding method for the forecast of oil-and-gas pro-mising zones and determination of hydrocarbon accumulations in low-sized structures. Neftyanoye khozyaystvo, (9), 22—25 (in Russian).
Kushnir, A. M., Burakhovych, T. K., Shyrkov, B. I., Dzhaoshvili, V. B. (2017). Electromagnetic studies of the northern slope of the central pert of the Ukrainian Shield. Dopovidi NAN Ukrayiny, (10), 60—69. doi: https://doi.org/10.1 5407/dopovidi2017.10.060 (in Russian).
Letnikov, F. A. (2002). Degassing the Earth as a global process of self-organization: Proceedings of the International Conference in memory of Academician P. N. Kropotkina “Degassing of the Earth: geodynamics, geofluids, oil and gas”, Moscow, May 20—24, 2002 (pp. 6—7). Moscow: GEOS (in Russian).
Letnikov, F. A. (2001). High-depth fluid earth systems and problems of ore formation. Geologiya rudnykh mestorozhdeniy, 43(4), 291—307 (in Russian).
Lukin, A. E. (2014). Hydrocarbon potential of large depths and prospects for its development in Ukraine. Visnyk NAN Ukrayiny, (5), 31—36 (in Russian).
MTZ method. (2017). Retrieved from http://nw-geo.ru/geophysics/tech/amt/ (in Russian).
MTZ in the Caspian Basin. (2005). Retrieved from http://nw-geo.ru/geophysics/oil-and-gas/caspian/ (in Russian).
MTZ in Bulgaria. (2004). Retrieved from http: //nw-geo.ru/geophysics/oil-and-gas/bulgary/ (in Russian).
Oil and gas prospecting in Bolivia. (2017). Retrieved from http://nw-geo.ru/geophysics/oil-and-gas/нефтегазопоисковые-работы-в-боливии/ (in Russian).
Rokityansky, I. I. (1975). Study of the anomalies of electrical conductivity by the method of magnetovariational profiling. Kiev: Naukova Dumka (in Russian).
Starostenko, V. I., & Rusakov, O. M. (Eds.). (2015). Tectonics and hydrocarbon potential of the crystalline basement of the Dnieper-Donets Basin. Kiev: Galaktika (in Russian).
Hurskyy, D. S. (Ed.). (2007). Tectonic map of Ukraine. Kyiv: State Geological Survey (in Ukrainian).
Timurziev, A. I. (2015). Mantle sources of gene-ration of hydrocarbons: geology-physical signs and forecastsearching criterions of mapping; regularity of an oil-and-gas-bearing capacity as unloading reflex of mantle hydrocarbon-systems in the crust of the Earth. Tektonika i stratyhrafiya, 42, 114—159 (in Russian).
Trigubovich, G. M. (2013). Electromagnetic exploration of fluid-saturated reservoirs: results and immediate prospects: Proceedings of the VI All-Russian School of the M. N. Berdichevskiy and L. L. Vanyan on Electromagnetic sounding of the Earth — EMZ-2013. Novosibirsk: INGG SB RAS. Retrieved from http://emf.ru/ems2013/presentations/Тригубович_лекция.pdf (in Russian).
Sheremet, E. M., Burakhovich, T. K., Dudik, A. M., Nikolaev, I. Y., Dudik, S. A., Kushnir, A. N., ... Agarkova, N. G. (2016). Geoelectric, geochemical research and forecasting in hydrocarbons in Ukraine. Kiev: Comprint (in Russian).
Shuman, V. N., & Savin, M. G. (2011). Mathematical models of geoelectrics. Kiev: Naukova Dumka (in Russian).
Shuman, V. N. (2007). Applied geoelectrodynamics and magnetotelluric experiment. Geofizicheskiy zhurnal, 29(1), 22—44 (in Russian).
Epov, M. I., Antonov, E. Yu., Nevedrova, N. N., Olenchenko, V. V., Pospeeva, E. V., Napreev, D. V., ... Plotnikov, A. E. (2014). Integrated electromagnetic and geochemical surveys for petroleum exploration in West Siberia. Geologiya i geofizika, 55(5-6), 962—977 (in Russian).
Yatsenko, V. G. (1998). Regularities of the spatial arrangement of graphite manifestations on the Ukrainian Shield. Aspects of mineralogy in Ukraine (pp. 254—270). Kiev: GNC ROS (in Russian).
Kushnir, A. M., Burakhovych, T. K., Ilyenko, V. A., & Dzhaoshvili, V. B. (2018). Electromagnetic studies of the central part of the southern Dnieper-Donets Basin slope: XVIIth International Conference “Geoinformatics: Theoretical and Applied Aspects”, Kiev, May 14—17, 2018.
Kulik, S. N. (2004). High conductivity anomalies in the Continental Earth Crust. In Proceeding of the Institute of fundamental stu-dies (pp. 14—21). Kiev: Logos.
Semenov, V. Yu. (2000). On the apparent resistivity in magnetotelluric sounding. Izvestiya, Physics of the Solid Earth 36(1), 99—100.
Varentsov, Iv. M. (2007). Arrays of simultaneous EM soundings: design, data processing and analysis. In V. Spichak (Ed.), EM soun-ding of the Earth’s interior (Series: Methods in geochemistry and geophysics, Vol. 40, pp. 263—277). New York: Elsevier.
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2020 Geofizicheskiy Zhurnal
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:
1. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.
2. Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.
3. Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work (See The Effect of Open Access).