The 4DPRMTechnologies Team consins of scientists, programmers and oil geologists, which has more than 30 years of experience as a practical work at oil&gas research . The mathematical basis of the proposed technology has been developed within the framework of the Siberian Mathematical School on inverse problems of geophysics in 1970-2000 years in the Siberian Branch of Russian Academia of Science (Novosibirsk Akademgorodok). Siberian Mathematical School was headed by such outstanding scientists of the twentieth century, as Academicians Anatoly Alekseev, Michael Lavrentiev and Sergey Goldin. Principal investigators of our team are from this Scientific School. It achievements of the national school on inverse problems of geophysics, multiplied by the actual use of supercomputing are the basis for development carried out by our team.
The our methods developed in this direction were named CSPD and VPRTM. Software which is created in the framework of this method is intended primarily to identify areas of natural fractures.
Microseismic monitoring of multistage hydraulic fracturing on the base of MicroSeismicPRM (MSPRM) method be performed by means of microseismic emission registration at the daylight surface with a small-aperture antenna located in the epicentral area of the emission sources and specialized data processing by means of cluster calculations.