RUSSIAN SCIENTIST KNOWS HOW TO STOP THE DEPLETION OF OIL RESERVES
Humankind can stop worrying about the eventual depletion of oil reserves, says a Russian scientist. Vadim Skaryatin has recently made a report regarding ?replenishing of oil reserves in used-up oil wells? on a scientific conference ?Science and future: ideas that could change the world?.
According to Skaryatin, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, the ?underground oil lakes pumped dry by oil companies can be filled back if production is to be done in an economical and effective manner.?
The job can be done since ?various chemical compounds are somewhat ?pumped in? into an oil deposit from the depths while hydrocarbons are destroyed in the course of production thus creating conditions for regeneration of an oil field.?
The scientist picks up evidence to prove his theory in ?tens of productive wells shut in back in the ?40s that are now showing signs of depressurization and oil bleeding on the earth?s surface.? The above evidence ?enables us to presume that hydrocarbons can be restored provided that certain geological and geophysical conditions are in place,? says the corresponding member of the academy.
Skryatin believes that his theory unveiled for the first time in Moscow ?throws doubt on the traditional concept of the origins of oil that has to do with organic matter lying underground for many million years as it turned into the crude which is widely thought to be nonrenewable?.
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