Correlation in Hydrocarbon Exploration: Proceedings of the by S. Cloetingh, H. Kooi (auth.), J. D. Collinson (eds.)

By S. Cloetingh, H. Kooi (auth.), J. D. Collinson (eds.)

This publication is the broadcast checklist of the papers provided at a convention of the Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) held in Bergen, Norway, on 3-5 October, 1988. The convention used to be at the beginning proposed and promoted through the Geology and Geophysics Advisory Committee of the Norwegian Petroleum Society which include: A. M. Spencer (Chairman), M. Brink,J. D. Collinson, S. Hanslien, D. M. D.James, T. B. Lund, okay. Messel, E. Ormaasen and G. Saeland. The programme and extra specific making plans of the convention was once performed by means of a programme committee such as: J. D. Collinson (Chairman), O. Eldholm, E. Holter, D. M. D.James, H. Tykoezinski, D. Worsley and S. M. Aasheim. there have been 245 members on the assembly and 36 papers have been offered as talks with another nine awarded as posters. those court cases are consultant of the diversity of themes lined. The assembly was once characterised via a excessive point of debate which has motivated a number of authors within the ultimate practise in their written papers. those complaints were edi ted on behalf of the Norwegian Petroleum Society by means of J. D. Collinson with aid from H. Tykoezinski. The editor and the organizing committee desire to thank the entire referees who reviewed papers and all of the authors who answered so totally and rapidly to their reviews. The NPF is so much thankful to the collage of Bergen for making on hand their amenities for the conference.

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With either too young or too old an assumed age, the degree of mismatch between the predicted and observed vitrinite values with depth will increase. There is, then, a best age for the horizon, which equates with both the smallest MSR and the best f3 value. 03 Fig. 1. A plot of the logarithm of the mean square residual mismatch between theory and observations as a function of the linear heat flow coefficient f3 (in units of (Ma) -1) for vitrinite reflectance data from the well Yalcumma I, treating the Triassic-Jurassic unconformity as a depositional hiatus.

Nelson. H. F. and Otto, J. B. 1982. Variation of seawater 87Sr("6Sr throughout Phanerozoic time. Geology, 10, 516--519. Chaudhuri, S. and Clauer, N. 1986. Fluctuations of isotopic composition of strontium in seawater during the Phanerozoic Eon. Chem. Geol. (Isotope Geoscience Section), 59, 293-303. J. 1986. Detailed record of the Neogene Sr isotopic evolution of seawater from DSDP Site 590B. Geology, 14, 103106. DePaolo, D. J. and Ingram, B. L. 1985. High-resolution stratigraphy with strontium isotopes.

Similarly, various ages could be assigned to MU 2 sub-unit II. Furthermore, important questions are left unanswered by the seismic and biostratigraphic information, such as the relative ages of MU 3 and MU 4 in the southern transect (Fig. 5), and the age relations between the sandy sequences in the northeI'n transect (MU 2, sub-units I, II and III; MU 5) and the argillaceous sequences in the southern transect (MU 2, 3, 4 and 5). These questions are answered unequivocally by the Sr-isotope stratigraphy ages, presented in Table II.

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