GEOLOGICAL MEGA REPORT
GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE AND HYDROCARBON POTENTIAL OF THE FAR EASTERN SHELF OF RUSSIA
More than a 40-year history of explorations offshore the Russian Far East (RFE) allowed to accumulate a considerable volume of information, which made it possible to get an idea of the region's general geologic structure, assess its hydrocarbon potential and make the first commercial discoveries.
In 2008, DMNG jointly with Lomonosov MSU Department of Geology proceeded to preparation of the multi-volume Mega Report based on a long period of explorations.
Results of such study will, on the one hand, allow to define more exactly hydrocarbon potential of the RFE shelf and serve as the basis for further planning of geologic exploration, subsoil licensing and development of the RFE oil and gas complex, and, on the other hand, will be of great interest for oil industry in determining the lines of business activity.
INTRODUCTION (1 book)
CHAPTER I. SEA OF JAPAN AND SEA OF OKHOTSK SHELVES (in 4 volumes and 13 books with enclosures)
Volume 1. Northern Sea of Japan and Sakhalin Island shelf (in 8 books with enclosures)
Book 1. North part of Japan sea
Volume 3. West Kamchatka shelf (in 2 books with enclosures)
Volume 4. Kurile Islands (1 book)
CHAPTER II. BERING SEA SHELF (in 3 books with enclosures)
CHAPTER III. EAST ARCTIC SHELF (in 1 book with enclosures)
CHAPTER IV. PASSPORTS OF IDENTIFIED PROSPECTS
CONCLUSION (1 book with enclosures)