By Yu. N. Grigorenko, G. V. Chilingar, V. S. Sobolev, T. A. Andiyeva, L. I. Zhukova(auth.)
A lot of the world’s petroleum is found on continental margins, and to any extent further improvement of those offshore deposits will be very unlikely with no new applied sciences and new equipment contained during this volume. Written by way of many of the world’s most well known professionals on oil and gasoline, this quantity explains for the practising engineer and the engineering pupil one of the most vital and state-of-the-art options for constructing offshore fields on continental margins.Content:
Chapter 1 Methodological aid of the Zonal Forecasting (pages 15–23):
Chapter 2 a few Specifics in constitution, Evolution and Oil and gasoline Occurrences of the Continental Margins (pages 25–47):
Chapter three Zonal Hydrocarbon Accumulations within the Subsurface of the Pacific crew Continental Margins (pages 49–161):
Chapter four Zonal Hydrocarbon Accumulations within the Subsurface of Atlantic team Continental Margins (pages 163–326):
Chapter five basic styles in Formation and Distribution of Oil? and Gas?Accumulation Zones in Subsurface the Continental Margins (pages 327–381):
Chapter 6 Zonal Oil and gasoline strength Forecast for the Russia's Offshore parts. preliminary effects (pages 383–413):
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The identified basins are dominated by two- to three-stage ("tier") basins. That may be considered an important precondition for their oil and gas potential as most of the basins are very deep and their structural stages, very thick. They include sedimentary basins over the margins of edge plates, in the pericontinental depressions, in the passive areas of active continental margins, within the node syneclises 42 CHAPTER 2 and some others. The generative capacity of the main interval typical of a particular basin (usually that is the dominant complex) may be addended by the mobilization of the resources in the pre- or post-oceanic formations.
Cook Inlet oil and gas basin The Cook Inlet oil and gas basin is one of the most interesting petroleum targets of the active continental margins. It includes nearly 30 oil and gas fields. Nineteen of these have been discovered in 1957-1969 over the northern part of the Inlet where 220 wells (over 700,000 meters) have been drilled (Klycheva, 1971). Currently, the resource identification in the region is over 60 percent although a significant part of the region (so-called Lower Cook Inlet) is poorely explored (just a regional seismic profiles, 500 line-kilometers, and 8 exploratory wells (Levchenko, 1984; Fisher, Magoon, 1978).
The Cretaceous-Cenozoic deposition in these structures reaches many kilometers in thickness. However, a deep depression to the west (South Laptev Trough) is filled-up with mostly Paleozoic deposits (up to 8 km in thickness). A particular feature of the Barentz-Kara Plate is the presence of relatively uplifted continental crust blocks (Spitzbergen, Novaya Zemlya and some others) and deep depressions with the oceanic crust. These blocks are preserved fragment 34 CHAPTER 2 of a Paleozoic ocean basin.