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./: (4967) 33-05-32. E-mail: rauf-galiulin@rambler.ru
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"EMERGENCY EMISSIONS OF NATURAL GAS: PROBLEMS AND WAYS OF THEIR SOLUTION."
Vladimir Nikolaevich Bashkin, Dr. Sc. (biology), Prof.
Scientific-research Institute of Natural Gases and Gas Technologies, Ltd. Gazprom VNIIgaz, Ltd.
Razvilka settl., Leninsky distr., Moscow region, 142717, Russia.
Tel./fax: (495) 355-10-15. E-mail: V_Bashkin@vniigaz.gazprom.ru;
Rauf Valievich Galiulin, Dr. Sc. (geography), Roza Adkhamovna Galiulina
Institute of Basic Biological Problems of Russian Academy of Sciences IBBP RAS
2, Institutskaya str., Pushchino, Serpukhov distr., Moscow region, 142290, Russia.
Tel./fax: (4967) 33-05-32. E-mail: rauf-galiulin@rambler.ru
The official information of Rosgidromet (Federal Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring Service) and other data on the most significant emergency emissions of natural gas in various regions of the Russian Federation for 20022009 are given. The risk of natural gas influence on the person is proved. Preventive measures on the decision of a problem of natural gas emergency emissions are described.
Key words: gas industry; natural gas; emergency emission; influence risk; preventive measures.

502.5:550.3+534.6(268.52)
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183010, , , . , 17.
.: (8152) 23-98-24. : (8152) 25-39-94. E-mail: Shavykin@mmbi.info;
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.: (8632) 50-98-10. : (8632) 66-56-77. E-mail: kalin@mmbi.krinc.ru
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"ESTIMATION OF SEISMOACOUSTIC RESEARCHES INFLUENCE ON ENVIRONMENT IN SHALLOW AREAS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TAZ BAY OF THE KARA SEA)."
Anatoly Alexandrovich Shavykin, Cand. Sc. (ech.), Pavel Sergeevich Vashchenko, Andrey Nikolaevich Karnatov
Institution of the Russian Academy of Sciences Murmansk Marine Biological Institute of the Kola Scientific Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences MMBI KSC RAS
17, Vladimirskaya str., Murmansk, 183010, Russia.
Tel.: (8152) 23-98-24. Fax: (8152) 25-39-94. E-mail: Shavykin@mmbi.info;
Valery Vladimirovich Kalinchuk, Ph. Sc. (physics and mathematics), Tatyana Ivanovna Belyankova, Cand. Sc. (physics and mathematics)
Southern Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Science SSC RAS
41, Chekhova str., Rostov-on-Don, 344006, Russia.
Tel.: (8632) 50-98-10. Fax: (8632) 66-56-77. E-mail: kalin@mmbi.krinc.ru
Acoustic measurements (AM), being carried out on the shelf of seas in search of oil and gas fields, can have essential environmental influence. By the experience of the Kara Sea Taz Bay acoustic measurements the areas of PSs groups quantitative influence on zooplankton and benthos are calculated. The procedure of the first wave`s amplitude pressure calculation from a single PS and group of PSs is used, taking into account effects of reflection of acoustic wave from the surface and bottom. The estimation of influence on hydrobionts is made and compensation payments complying with estimation of damage to fish stocks are calculated.
Key words: seismoacoustic researches (SAR); Taz bay; pneumatic sources (PS); damage to fish stocks; amplitude of the pressure first wave.

665.612.2
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"PROBLEM OF ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM GAS UTILIZATION IN NENETS AUTONOMUS OKRUG OIL FIELDS."
Dmitry Alexandrovich Voevodkin, Marsel Galiulovich Gubaydullin, Ph. Sc. (geol. & mineral.), Prof.
Arkhangelsk state technical university
1326a, 17, Nab. Severnoy Dviny, Arkhangelsk, 163002, RF.
E-mail: dmitry.voevodkin@gmail.com thng@agtu.ru
In this article the results of territory mapping of Nenets Autonomous Okrug by the gas/oil ratio are discussed, potential regional APG production level is evaluated, the most appropriate methods of APG utilization are considered.
Key words: Nenets Autonomous Okrug; associated petroleum gas (APG); mapping by the gas/oil ratio; methods of utilization.

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.: (3532) 73-14-22; 37-01-08. E-mail: gluhov@bk.ru
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"CALCULATION OF HEAT FLOW DENSITY FOR ARBITRARILY ORIENTED CYLINDRICAL FLAME JET."
Alexey Vladimirovich Glukhov, Andrey Vladimirovich Kleimenov, m.a. (technical science)
OOO VolgoUralNIPIgaz
20, Pushkinskaya str., Orenburg, 460000, Russia.
Tel.: (3532) 73-14-22; 37-01-08. E-mail: gluhov@bk.ru
In the article new method was introduced and formulas were derived for calculation of heat flow density for arbitrarily oriented cylindrical flame jet. This method expands greatly computational capabilities as it can be used for flame jets of any length and spatial location and arbitrary height of flame jet foundation above land surface. Introduced method allows to draw zones with specific values of heat flow density with the help of any mathematical program system and is useful during planning of works for fire fighting.
Key words: flame jet; heat flow density; curves with specific values of heat flow density.

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./: (3822) 52-97-65. E-mail: yulia.frank@rambler.ru
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"MONITORING OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN OIL RESERVOIRS USING MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES."
Yulia Aleksandrovna Frank, Cand. Sc. (biological science), Ekaterina Vladimirovna Komleva, Anna Valeryevna Kopnova, post-graduate student
GOU VPO Tomsk State University
Microorganisms of oil reservoirs can be used for residual oil recover and in situ bioremediation. They are also the potential agents of pipelines and equipment biocorrosion. Theoretical and practical aspects of molecular techniques application for biodiversity evaluation and monitoring of microbial communities of oil reservoirs are discussed in this paper. Modern methods of molecular biology based on 16S rRNA and functional genes are reviewed along with the analysis steps definition.
Key words: oil reservoirs; microbial communities; monitoring; biodiversity; molecular techniques; 16S rRNA gene, functional genes.

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"RESEARCH INTO OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF MODIFIED MULTIPURPOSE CARBAMIDE FOAMED PLASTICS."
Vladimir Maximovich Melkozerov, Sergey Ivanovich Vasilyevich, Andrey Yanovich Velp
FGOU VPO Siberian Federal University
79, pr. Svobodny, Krasnoyarsk, 660041, Russia.
E-mail: S-vasilev1@yandex.ru
The article presents the results of investigation of high effective oil-absorbing polymer modified carbamide foamed plastics. Specifications are developed as well as production standard, technological regulations of foamed plastics production in stationary conditions and mobile units of various types and modifications.
Key words: foamed plastics; foamed sorbent; mechanical strength; gelling; sorption ability; polyphenol.

504.5:665.6:66.076
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350040, , , . , 149.
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"THE CONCEPT OF ECOLOGICAL ASPECT AS APPLIED TO ENTERPRISES OF OIL-GAS COMPLEX."
Zaual Akhloovich Temerdashev, Ph. Sc. (chemistry), Nataliya Vladimirovna Kiseleva, m. a. (chemistry), Oksana Gennadyevna Lapteva, post-graduate student
GOU VPO Kuban State University
149, Stavropolskaya str., Krasnodar, 350040, Russia.
Tel./fax: (861) 219-95-71. E-mail: TemZa@kubsu.ru;
Sergey Fyodorovich Letuchev, post-graduate student
GOU VPO Moscow state institute of radiotechnics, electronics and automatics
E-mail: sletuchev@mail.ru
This article describes the analysis of approaches to the estimation of ecological aspects, requirements and definitions given in ISO 14001:2004. The possibility of their appliance at enterprises of oil and gas complex in environmental activity management is considered and the optimum alternative is found out. This paper represents main advantages of its usage.
Key words: ecological management system (EMS); conception of sustainable development; ecological aspect; MS ISO 14001:2004.


 

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