This book is intended primarily for students who have had the basic courses in geology and also for petroleum geologists who are- actively exploring for oil and gas pools. Geology enters into .many of the problems of the geophysicist the reservoir and production engineer and the wildcatter and it is hoped there is also something of interest here for each of these. The order of presentation is what to me seems most logical first and of most importance the reservoir with particular emphasis on the trap.; next. the reservoir conditions of temperature and pressure and the different reservoir fluids; then the speculative ideas on origin migration and accumulation; and finally some of the ways of applying what has been considered m the search for new pools and provinces. The book therefore includes some of the practical applications along With the theoretical analyses of the geological elements involved in petroleum exploration.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Subject||Geology & Earth Science|
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