The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG Memoir No. by Leslie B. Magoon, Wallace G. Dow

By Leslie B. Magoon, Wallace G. Dow

The petroleum process thought is a competent and logical option to pass judgement on and describe the petroleum capability and exploration dangers of undrilled propects, performs, and basins. In 19 chapters on petroleum procedure fundamentals and 18 case learn chapters, this complete quantity offers an built-in examine the tactics of petroleum new release in energetic resource rocks, migration, and accumulation in traps.American organization Of Petroleum Engineers (AAPG)Founded in 1917, we're the world's biggest expert geological society, with over 30,000 members.We are a pillar of the world-wide clinical group. Our books foster clinical examine, enhance the technology of geology and advertise the best use of petroleum extraction & processing expertise and practice.Some of the components we post in include:GISPetroleum EngineeringWell Log AnalysisGeological ModelingCarbonate PetrologySeismic ImagingReservoir CharacterizationRegional Petroleum research

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7. Baltimore Canyon stratigraphy from the COST-B-2 well. 9). 10). The bottom 3000 ft of the COST-B-2 well is mature for oil generation, but oil-prone source rocks are undetected within this interval. The oil-prone source rocks that could contribute to the Schlee dome petroleum system must lie between 16,043 and 22,500 ft. 9). 2% Ro is reached at the stratigraphic horizon having a present depth of 19,500 ft. Therefore, the gas-prone ! I . 8. Structural map of Schlee dome on top of the Lower Cretaceous (LK).

21. None of the wells found a hydrocarbon accu­ mulation, and all of the wells were plugged and abandoned without drill-stem tests. We will go beyond these two facts and look for evidence that oil migrated out of the deep part of the Stuart subbasin to adjacent prospects. 21 ). _j t WEST COLD DUCK N • �-0407111 YELLOW PUP hydrocarbons moving updip from the area containing mature source rocks in the basin fill sequence. Such hydrocarbons would be expected to migrate updip in the first sandstone above economic basement.

85-90. Klemme, H. , 1971b, To find a giant, find the right basin: Oil and Gas Journal, v. 69, n. 10, p. 103--1 10. Klemme, H. , 1975, Giant oil fields related to their geologic setting-a possible guide to exploration: Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, v. 23, p. 30-66. Klemme, H. , 1986, Field size distribution related to basin characteristics, in D. D. , Oil and gas assessment­ methods and applications: AAPG Special Studies in Geology 21, p. 85-99. Knebel, G. , and G. Rodriguez-Eraso, 1956, Habitat of some oil: AAPG Bulletin, v.

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