Alexander Oshkin



In 2006, he graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University. PHd Since 2010. Author of 25 articles and 63 reports at conferences. Area of interest is seismic exploration, ranging from minimum depths (engineering tasks) to minerals, both solid and hydrocarbons.
Since 2015, he has been applying his professional skills in production, managing companies that are engaged in seismic exploration. Since 2022, it has been introducing the technology of high-density seismic surveys using pulsed sources and a cable-free recording system into production for work on minerals.

DigiTech’24 Conference (Session 2)
18 April 2024 / 11:30 - 13:00 | Sary Arka 3

Application of seismic exploration for solid minerals

The report will present the results of 2D and 3D seismic exploration for the purpose of searching for and developing solid minerals. Performing seismic surveys for the purposes of solid mineral deposits becomes possible thanks to modern approaches to conducting field surveys - the most expensive component of the entire complex of studies. With some deviations from standard approaches and rules that originated 40 years ago, it is possible to significantly speed up the process of field surveying, thereby significantly reducing the cost of its implementation. At the same time, numerous comparisons with classical approaches do not reveal any noticeable deterioration in the results of the work. The report will discuss the technological methods listed above and demonstrate the results obtained by the authors when working for solid minerals.