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Published by Elsevier .
Written in English

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ContributionsColumbo, Umberto.
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Number of Pages388
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Open LibraryOL19381411M

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Fundamental aspects of petroleum geology and geochemistry, generation, migration, accumulation, evaluation and production of hydrocarbons are discussed with worldwide examples. Various physical and chemical properties of subsurface waters, crude oils and natural gases are described which is especially important to production engineering. Practical Petroleum Geochemistry for Exploration and Production provides readers with a single reference that addresses the principle concepts and applications of petroleum geochemistry used in finding, evaluating, and producing petroleum deposits. Today, there are few reference books available on how petroleum geochemistry is applied in exploration and production written specifically for geologists, geophysicists, and petroleum . Covers all the key aspects of the origin of petroleum,exploration, and production. It takes account of the modernemphasis on the efficient utilisation of reserves, on new methodsin exploration (such as 3-D seismics). Book takes 'value-chain' approach to PetroleumGeoscience. Aqueous geochemistry is synonymous with low-temperature geochemistry, where the approximate temperature and pressure limits of °C and bars commonly apply. The term environmental geochemistry is often used to emphasize the environmental aspects of geochemistry.

Organic geochemistry can be a useful addition to the range of techniques available to the exploration geologist. This publication introduces the fundamental ideas of organic geochemistry with four main objectives: what organic geochemistry can and cannot do; provide an understanding of the language of organic geochemistry; provide some insights into general concepts such as minimum time and. The structure of the book is actually a balance of four topical sections. The fundamental aspects of petroleum geology, geochemistry, and accumulation, evaluation, and production of subsurface fluids are discussed in the first three sections followed by the fourth section on mathematical modeling of geologic systems. The study of crude oil geochemistry becomes difficult when crude oils are altered by microbial action (biodegradation) and water washing. Parameters used for comparison of oils to determine genetic relationships (i.e., oil-oil correlation), depositional environments, and time of oil generation (i.e. Not Available adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: Nelson P. Stevens.

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