The first Russian technological test sites for the development of TRIZ will start operating in Ugra. This was announced by the regional department of subsoil use and natural resources.
The day before, for the first time in Russia, by the decision of the commission of the Federal Agency for Subsoil Use, two license areas of Ugra – Salymsky 3 TRIZ and North-Eastern part of the Palyanovskaya area of Krasnoleninskoye TRIZ field, were provided for use as technological landfills.
The organizations will continue to work at the test sites within the framework of the federal project “Technologies for the Development of Hard-to-Recover Reserves”, the purpose of which is to create domestic technologies for the production of TRIZ.
It should be noted that for subsoil users the official status of technological landfills will become a kind of incentive to develop domestic technologies for the production of TRIZ, for the oil and gas complex of Russia it will be one of the solutions in achieving technological independence.
“The search for new technological and engineering solutions for the“ difficult ”oil will make it possible to prepare for the full-scale development of the Bazhenov formation deposits, the development of which was considered unprofitable a few years ago. In this work, I will outline the important role of the Core Research Center, created in Khanty-Mansiysk on the basis of the TsRN im. IN AND. Spielman. We are expanding his competencies. This year we will launch all the CEC laboratories, ”emphasized Sergei Filatov, Director of the Department of Subsoil Use and Natural Resources.
It should be noted that at the moment in the Okrug hard-to-recover reserves account for almost 43% of the total oil production. According to experts’ forecasts, it is planned to increase oil production from the Bazhenov formation alone to 10 million tons by 2030.
In 2020, a new type of subsoil use was fixed in the federal law “On Subsoil” – technological sites for geological study, exploration and production of hard-to-recover minerals. The Ugra government, along with the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and oil companies, took an active part in the process of approving the status of test sites at the legislative level.