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TOMSK, Jun 20 – RIA Tomsk. Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) will be one of the central
participants of the cluster created in the region on work with hard-to-recover
reserves of hydrocarbons (HTR), the press service of the university reported on
Earlier it was
reported that within the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum the
governor of the Tomsk region Sergey Zhvachkin and the CEO of "Gazprom
Neft" Alexander Dyukov signed the agreement on development of stocks of a
pre-Jurassic complex. In particular, it is about search and geological studying
of such objects, use of new technologies for their development, accumulation of
volumes of oil production and other aspects.
"On the eve
of signing of the agreement the governor addressed the rector of Tomsk
Polytechnic University Pyotr Chubik with the offer to make Institute of natural
resources TPU the "core" of a new cluster of technologies of
development of hard-to-recover reserves of oil", – is said in the message.
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It is noted that
TPU is engaged for several years in scientific researches and projects in the
sphere of hard-to-recover reserves of oil. In the university the division
"Hardly removable natural resources" is created, which unites all
practices of polytechnicians on "hard" oil in recent years.
It is added that
also in the region the design office for development of domestic technologies
and training for HTR resources exploration and production is created, TPU has
to become base for it, and the key participant – is the JSC "Gazpromneft
East" company (Tomsk "subsidiary" of "Gazprom Neft").
Opening on the basis of TPU the Center of resource-efficient technologies
became the first stage of creation of office.
Earlier it was
also reported that, by estimates of the authorities, about 7% (about 800
thousand tons) of oil extracted in 2016 will be hard-to-recover reserves. Since
2014 "Gazpromneft East" works at the Archi field where the first well
of testing ground on working off of technologies of search and extraction of
"hard" oil is drilled. In the future it is planned to develop the
ground on the Eleysky site (unallotted fund).