Center of Geological and Seismological Studies

Kyiv, Ukraine

"GEOECOLOG" Company, Center of Geological and Seismological Studies, offer their services in conducting geological, hydrogeological and geological-engineering prospecting and geological environment ecological research. This research is effected with the use of unique opportunities offered by biological, energetic and information technologies based on neurotechnical complex that allows to regulate a sensor sensitivity and capture an adaptive reaction of neuro-muscular human tissues to variations of amplitude-frequency characteristics of natural electromagnetic field of the Earth (Patent No 94030887 of July, I, 1993, Ukraine).

The technology provides for:

Fig. 1, Opportunities Offered by Biological, Energetic and Information Technology in Studying Lithology and Geographical Section Production Horizons Identification.
H - depth of Deposits (m) vs. Function electromagnetic  wave length;
J - assumptional tensity of natural electromagentic field in values of coarsening sensor sensitivity of neuro-muscular tissues:
(a) general or integral; (b) selective with resonance adjustment for hydrocarbonates;  (c) water;
(d) limestones; (e) clays: (f) sandstones; (g) granites:
In Column: 1. limestones; 2. clays 3. producticve hydrocarbonate horizon in sandstones 4. water bearing sandstones 5. sandstones 6. granites

Unlike its prototype - biological location - this technology provides physically grounded predictable results based on laws of a material world. If compared with traditional geophysical studies, the method is characterized with its efficiency, high resolution capacity, no limits of measurement in depth and the possibility of natural resources remote identification, both in surface and section.

The biological, energetic and information technology using neurotechnical complex when applied in a transport version of research allows to evaluate potential hydrocarbonate deposits and outline them at the area ten thousand kilometers within two or three months only.

Fig. 2; Opportunities Offered by Biological, Energetic and Information Technologies in Hydrogeological Studies.

Assumptional tensity of natural electromagnetic field in values of neuro-muscular tissue relative coarsening with resonance adjustment for hydrocarbonates.  Graph shows margins of hydrocarbonate deposits; tensional breaks, and isogyps of oil prone horison tops.

Using our technology it is possible for 1-2 days to conduct field studies of the lithological sequence of geological section at any point of the Earth surface while identifying in it oil productive and watery horizons up to the depth of 5 to 6 kilometers mastered with oil industrial drilling. Geological surveys at the area of several square kilometers resulting in recommendations as to the rational location and structure of drilled water collectors up to 100 - 200 m. in depth can be effected for 2-3 weeks whereas similar operations combined with the detection of watery horizons position up to 20-30 m at individual piece of land with the area of up to 0. I hectares will take only 1-2 hours.

The cost of survey using biological, energetic and information technologies constitutes just 2-5% of that of drilling survey and rational location of wells to be drilled is guaranteed.

This technology has been tested at known deposits of oil and gas (Crimea, the Karpathian Mountains, Dnieper River left bank areas, Southern Regions of Ukraine at Black Sea ), at areas of subsurface water contamination with oil products (Crimea and Dnieper River areas), during studies of landslides of the Crimean Southern Coast mapping karsts in Crimea and Karpathian Mountains, searches of local water supply sources (Crimea, Georgia, Karpathian Mountains). Studies with the use of biological, energetic and information technologies had been highly estimated by Ukrainian experts whereas our recommendations as to location of subsurface water collectors were justified in 95% of cases.

These studies might be very useful for institutions engaged in exploration and recovery Of Oil, gas and other types of mineral resources, for companies and individual proprietors of land who need to have subsurface water collectors industrial companies doing construction works under adverse engineering and geological conditions, companies designing and implementing environmental protection projects.

Graph I; outlining graph;
Graph II;  graphs of probing and position of a corresponding point on profile;  Graph III hydrogeological section.


Ivana Maryanenko Lane, 13,
suite 85
Kiev, 21, 252021

Tel:/ Fax: (380) (44) 293-1297

Center of Geological and Seismological Studies
Gagarina St., 20
Simferopol, 26, 333026
Crimea, Ukraine

Tel: (380) (652) 22-8565

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Last modified on March 14, 1997
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