Geology, geography and global energy

Scientific and Technical Journal

Subsea cluster - the future of oil and gas offshore zone of the arctic seas

2014. №3, pp. 104-106

Zyangirov Yaroslav O. - Student, Astrakhan State Technical University, 15/1 Bumazhnikov st., Astrakhan, 346428, Russian Federation,

Lyamina Natalya F. - Senior Lecturer Associate Professor, Astrakhan State Technical University, 82 Chekhov st, Astrakhan, 346428, Russian Federation,

Today, it is increasingly difficult to meet the increasing demand for mineral resources only through the development of continental deposits of hydrocarbons due to their exhaustion. The bulk of large continental deposits have been discovered, explored their stocks and many of them are developed. The complexity of developing offshore fields in the warm seas, is that the raw material is at considerable depths in the Arctic shelf to this factor added to difficult climatic conditions. Ice surface layer multimeter hide the water surface, eliminating the possibility of drilling and offshore oil and gas production in traditional ways. In such circumstances, the implementation of tasks in the oil and gas offshore zone of the Arctic seas is only possible with the use of subsea production systems.

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