The theory of the geochemical field, based on the phenomenon of sub-vertical fluid migration from oil and gas accumulations and formation of anomalous geochemical, geophysical, and biogeochemical fields in the sedimentary section, is the fundamental basis of direct geochemical methods.

Geochemical prospecting for oil and gas (GPOG) is a complex of geological exploration aimed at identifying and assessing oil and gas prospects, based on the study of spatial regularities in the distribution of concentration fields of hydrocarbon compounds and chemical elements in a sedimentary section of the oil and gas basin.

Great importance is attached to the problem of the development of geochemical methods in the Russian Federation and abroad since their introduction into geological exploration entails an increase in the efficiency of oil and gas prospecting and a reduction in the costs of prospecting and exploration of hydrocarbon accumulations.

One of the ways to increase the efficiency of oil and gas prospecting is the integration of geophysical methods (seismic and electrical prospecting) with geochemical studies at different stages of geological prospecting.

In areas of existing oilfield facilities in the upper part of the section, local hydrocarbon saturation zones are often formed due to the degassing of secondary hydrocarbon accumulations, deforestation of gas hydrates and hydrocarbon flows along the annulus of wells. Besides, the first of them are formed due to vertical migration of hydrocarbons from the lower-lying accumulations along tectonically weakened zones, active snaps and cleavages confined to them, karst cavities and caverns. The activation of vertical mass transfer of deposit components in the deep snap zone, due to violation of tightness of overlapping deposits, is accompanied by the formation of high-contrast anomalies in near-surface deposits with "hurricane" concentrations of hydrocarbon components, helium, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, bitumen and physical and chemical properties of rocks and waters.

The identification of deep fluid discharge foci and associated radon, thermal and mineral waters in the territory of Eastern Siberia and the Far East is an urgent task in terms of the use of non-traditional energy (geothermal and hydrogen sources) and the development of the resort and sanatorium infrastructure.

Geochemical methods are one of the types of geoenvironmental research since they study a wide range of environmental components such as water, soil, snow cover, and atmospheric air.

At the initial stage of the geological study of poorly studied territories, outcomes of the geochemical work performed to provide information on the geoenvironmental milieu and can serve as a basis for further monitoring of the environment and for compiling the EIA section in the design of exploration and mining operations in the fields.

Continuously complicating conditions of identification and evaluation of ore and precious metal deposits require constant improvement of geological exploration methods. Particularly relevant is the problem of prospecting in areas where numerous types of hypergenic anomalies are widely developed in different climatic landscapes, where the application of traditional geological and geophysical methods is not always effective.

The chemical and analytical studies are conducted in a specialized geochemical laboratory certified in the Rosacreditation system (Accreditation Certificate No. RA.RU.21SB09 dated June 22, 2015), equipped with modern domestic and imported analytical and laboratory equipment and includes:

The company provides a variety of consulting, expert, environmental and supervisory services for oil exploration and mining companies, including:

Geochemical researches are inexpensive, fast payback, effective, environmentally friendly methods, operatively tunable to various objects of sampling, depending on the season and tasks (snow, soil, subsoil, well, water, air).

Soil vapor survey as part of environmental engineering survey is carried out in areas where fill-up soils are spread, with the presence of construction, industrial debris, and household waste (areas of unauthorized household dumps), wetlands with a capacity of more than 2.0-2.5 m. Soil vapor survey is also carried out in natural gas unloading areas and wetlands.