Petroleum Formation and Occurrence (Second Revised and Enlarged Edition)




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Current and authoritative with many advanced concepts for petroleum geologists, geochemists, geophysicists, or engineers engaged in the search for or production of crude oil and natural gas, or interested in their habitats and the factors that control them, this book is an excellent reference. It is recommended without reservation. AAPG Bulletin.
Content:-
Part I: Production and Accumulation of Organic Matter: A Geological Perspective
Chapter 1: Production and Accumulation of Organic Matter:The Organic Carbon Cycle
Chapter 2: Evolution of the Biosphere
Chapter 3: Biological Productivity of Modern Aquatic Environment
Chapter 4: Chemical Composition of the Biomass: Bacteria Phytoplankton Zooplankton, Higher Plants
Chapter 5: Sedimentary Processes and the Accumulation of Organic Matter
Part II: The Fate of Organic Matter in Sedimentary Basins: Generation of Oil and Gus
Chapter 1: Diagnosis Catagenesis and Metagenesis Of Organic Matter
Chapter 2: Early transfirmation of Organic Matter: The Diagenetic Pathway from Organisms to Geochemical Fossils and Kerogen
Chapter 3: Geochemical Fossils and Their signigicancce in petroleumForation
Chapter 4: Kerogen: Composition and Classification
Chapter 5: From Kerogen to Petroleum
Chapter 6: Formation of Gas
Chapter 7: Formation of Petroleum in Relation to Geological Processes, Timing of Oil and Gas Generation
Chapter 8: Coal and its Relation to Oil and Gas
Chapter 9: Oil Shales: A Kerogen-Rich Sediment with Potential Economic Value
Part III: The Migration and Accumulation of Oil and Gas
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Migration and Accumulation of Oil and Gas
Chapter 2: Physicochemical Aspects of Primary Migration
Chapter 3: Geological and Geochemical Aspects of Primary Migration
Chapter 4: Secondary Migration and Accumulation
Chapter 5: Reservoir Rocks and Traps, the Sites of Oil and Gas Pools
Part IV: The Composition and Classification of Crude Oils and the Influence of Geological Factors
Chapter 1: Composition of Crude Oils
Chapter 2: Classification of Crude Oils
Chapter 3: Geochemical Fossils in Crude Oils and Sediments as Indicators of Depositional Environment and Geological History
Chapter 4: Geological Control of Petroleum Type
Chapter 5: Petroleum Alteration
Chapter 6: Heavy Oils and Tar Sands
Part V: Oil and Gas Exploration: Application of the Principles of Petroleum Generation and Migration
Chapter 1: Identification of Source Rocks
Chapter 2: Oil and Source Rock Correlation
Chapter 3: Locating Petroleum Prospects: Application of Principle of Petroleum Generation and Migration — Geological Modeling
Chapter 4: Geochemical Modeling: A Quantitative Approach to the Evaluation of Oil and Gas Prospects
Chapter 5: Habitat of Petroleum
Chapter 6: The Distribution of World Oil and Gas Reserves and Geological—Geochemical Implications
References to Part-V
Subject Index

Author Details
"Tissot, B.P."

"Welte, D.H."




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