Посада: Професор, Department of Environmental and Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology

Науковий ступінь: кандидат геолого-мінералогічних наук

Вчене звання: професор

Наукові інтереси

Geology, prospecting and exploration of oil and gas fields; geodynamics of Alpine folded structures on the territory of Ukraine; geology and geodynamics of Volyno-Podillia


  1. Krupskyi, Yu. (2001). Geodynamic conditions of formation and oil and gas potential of Carpathian and Volyno-Podilskyi regions of Ukraine. Kyiv: UkrSGEI. (in Ukrainian)
  2. Krupskyi, Yu., Yevdoshchuk, M., Chabanenko, I. et al. (2002). Theoretical bases of non-traditional geological methods of hydrocarbon search. Kyiv. (in Ukrainian)
  3. Krupskyi, Yu., Kolodii, V., & Boiko, H. (2004). Carpathian oil and gas province. Lviv-Kyiv: LLC Ukrainian publishing centre. (in Ukrainian)
  4. Krupskyi, Yu., Maksymchuk, V., Keznetsova, V., & Verbytskyi, T. (2005). Research of modern geodynamics of the Ukrainian Carpathians. Kyiv: Naukova Dumka. (in Ukrainian)
  5. Krupskyi, Yu. Z. (2010). Geology and ecology of oil and gas production. Lviv: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv Publishing House. (in Ukrainian)
  6. Krupskyi, Yu., Kurovets, I., Mykhailov, V., et al. (2014). Unconventional sources of hydrocarbons in Ukraine. Book 1. Overview of the problem. Kyiv: Nika-centre. (in Ukrainian)
  7. Krupskyi, Yu., Kurovets, I., Senkovskyi, Yu., et al. (2014). Unconventional sources of hydrocarbons in Ukraine. Book 2. Western oil and gas region. Kyiv: Nika-centre. (in Ukrainian)
  8. Krupskyi, Yu., Mykhailov, V., Zeikan, О., et al. (2014). Unconventional sources of hydrocarbons in Ukraine. Book 8. Kyiv: Nika-centre. (in Ukrainian)
  9. Krupskyi, Yu., & Marusiak, V. (2014). Świętokrzyskie Mountains in Poland, Marmarosh Massif in Ukraine – rootless allochthonous structures. Geodynamics, 2(17), 95–100. (in Ukrainian)
  10. Krupskyi, Yu. Z., & Marusiak, V. P. (2015). Restoration of hydrocarbon deposits and detection of liquidated wells with missed productive horizons (on the example of the Western oil and gas region). Science Rise, 8/4 (13), 25–31. (in Ukrainian)


Yuri Krupskyi was born in June 1941. In 1957 he graduated from Vovchansk Secondary School (Turkivskyi district, Lviv region). In 1962 he graduated from the Petroleum Faculty of the Lviv Polytechnic Institute with a degree in Geology and Exploration of Oil and Gas Fields. In 1962–1975 he worked as an operator, geological engineer, senior geologist of the Pasichnianska Drilling Office and the Nadvirna Drilling Department of the Ministry of Oil Industry of the USSR (Nadvirna, Ivano-Frankivsk region).

In 1975 he defended candidate dissertation “Deep geological structure and prospects of oil and gas potential of the Precarpathian Depression (interfluve Limnytsia–Liucha)”.

1975–1981 – senior researcher at the Ivano-Frankivsk Institute of Oil and Gas;

1981–1985 – Chief Geologist of the Kalush Oil and Gas Exploration Expedition of the “Zakhidukrgeologiia” of the Ministry of Geology of Ukraine (Kalush, Ivano-Frankivsk region);

1986–2005 – Chief Geologist for oil and gas of the Zakhidukrgeologiia Public Association (Lviv).

In 2000 he defended his doctoral dissertation “Geodynamic conditions of formation and oil and gas potential of the Carpathian and Volyno-Podilskyi regions of Ukraine”.

Since 2005 – Chief Researcher of the Research Institute of Oil and Gas Industry of SE “Naukanaftogaz” of NJSC “Naftogaz of Ukraine”.

2001–2014 – part-time professor at the Faculty of Geology of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.  Since September 2014 – professor at the Department of Ecological and Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology.

Member of the specialized scientific councils for the defence of candidate and doctoral dissertations of Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas and the Faculty of Geology of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.

Member of the editorial board of a number of professional journals.

Expert of the State Commission of Ukraine on Mineral Reserves.

Full member of the Ukrainian Oil and Gas Academy.


Honorary subsoil scout.

Branch badge of the Ministry of Geology of the USSR “Excellence in Subsoil Exploration” (1991).

Badge of the State Geological Committee of Ukraine “To the 80th anniversary of the Geological Survey of Ukraine” (1998).

Veteran of Labour Medal (2001).

V.I. Luchytskyi’s branch medal (2001).

Diploma and commemorative medal of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (2008).

Методичні матеріали

Oil and gas fields and underground gas storage facilities in Ukraine

Planning and organization of geotours

Research workshop on specialization


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