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Hydrocarbon habitat in rift basins

Hydrocarbon habitat in rift basins

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Published by Geological Society, AAPG Bookstore, [distributor] in London, Tulsa, Okla., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Geology.,
  • Basins (Geology),
  • Rifts (Geology)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by J.J. Lambiase.
    SeriesGeological Society special publication ;, no. 80
    ContributionsLambiase, J. J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN870.57 .H94 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 381 p. :
    Number of Pages381
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL892468M
    ISBN 101897799152
    LC Control Number95182890

    Rift basins are the foundation of much of the geologic history of the earth, and they are also attractive areas for hydrocarbon accumulations, containing 10% of the world's present reserves. This fifth volume in the World Petroleum Basin collection describes a type rift basin, the Gulf of Suez, and discusses other rift basins from around the vintage-memorabilia.com by: Feb 15,  · Location of major sedimentary basins of Libya with hydrocarbon potential. Click on hot spots on map to access pages with more information on these basins. Sirt Basin. Youngest of the Libyan Basins with largest petroleum reserves in Libya and ranked 13th of world's petroleum Basins.

    ABSTRACT: There are numerous hydrocarbon-rich sedimentary basins in Indone-sia, Malaysia and southern Thailand. Almost all these basins began to form in the Early Cenozoic, they are filled with Cenozoic sediments, most are rifted basins that are the product of regional extension, and they formed mainly on continental crust. Petroleum Systems in “Rift” Basins. th. Annual GCSSEPM Foundation Bob F. Perkins Research Conference. DECEMBER , (OMNI HOUSTON WESTSIDE) HOUSTON, TX. The following is a preliminary listing of submitted abstracts for the Conference.

    The Abadan Plain Basin is located in the Middle East region which is host to some of the world’s largest oil and gas fields around the Persian Gulf. This basin is a foredeep basin to the southwest of the Zagros Fold-Thrust-Belt, bounded along its northern and eastern margins by the Dezful Embayment. Most of the rocks in this basin have been deposited in a carbonate environment, and existing Author: Vahid Atashbari, Mark Tingay, Khalid Amrouch. Hydrocarbon Prospectivity in Mesozoic and Early Cenozoic Rift Basins in Central/Northern Kenya* Jean-Jacques Tiercelin1, Peter Thuo2, Thierry Nalpas1, and Jean-Luc Potdevin3 Search and Discovery Article # () Posted April 23,


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Hydrocarbon habitat in rift basins Hydrocarbon habitat in rift basins Roberts, David G. Book reviews throughout the World, giving the age and lithology of the reservoir, its average porosity and permeability, initial flow rates and, where available, initial reserves.

Of special interest for the Western reader are data provided for fields in the Former Soviet Union (FSU). In geology, a rift is a linear zone where the lithosphere is being pulled apart and is an example of extensional tectonics. Typical rift features are a central linear downfaulted depression, called a graben, or more Hydrocarbon habitat in rift basins book a half-graben with normal faulting and rift-flank uplifts mainly on one side.

[citation needed] Where rifts remain above sea level they form a rift valley, which may be. Hydrocarbon Habitat in Rift Basins (Geological Society Special Publication) by J. Lambiase (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN.

This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: J. Lambiase. Hydrocarbon occurrence and distribution in rift basins is largely a product of the stratigraphic succession in the syn– an post–rift phases of basin evolution.

@article{osti_, title = {Geology of the Douala basin, offshore Cameroon, West Africa}, author = {Pauken, R.J. and Thompson, J.M. and Schumann, J.R. and Cooke, J.C.}, abstractNote = {The Douala basin is predominantly an offshore basin extending from the Cameroon volcanic line in the north to the Corisco arch in the south near the Equatorial Guinea-Gabon border.

An attempt is made in this article to examine and assess the possible petroleum habitat in the Bornu Basin, which is the Nigerian portion of the Mega-Chad Basin that has been found to host oil and gas in commercial quantities in Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

The presence of three of the fundamental geological factors (source rock, reservoir rock and seal/trap) for commercial hydrocarbon Cited by: 3. Rift basins have been increasingly the focus of research in tectonics, structural geology, and basin analysis. The reasons for this interest include: (1) Rift basins are found on all passive (Atlantic-type) continental margins and provide a record of the early stages of (super)continental breakup.

The 34th GCSSEPM Foundation Bob F. Perkins Research Conference on Petroleum Systems in “Rift” Basins grew out of a joint effort by the U. Geological Survey (USGS) and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Lambiase, J. J., editor,Hydrocarbon habitat in rift basins: Geological Society (London) Special Publication 80, p.

Petroleum Systems in “Rift” Basins. Author(s): Paul J. Post, James Coleman, Jr., Norman C. Rosen, David E. Brown, Tina Roberts-Ashby, Peter Kahn, Regional Investigations and Hydrocarbon Exploration History of the South Atlantic Rifted Continental Margins: Development of the Salt Basins and Transform Margin Basins Without Salt.

This book provides an overview of the geology and hydrocarbon habitat or rift basins in a variety of geographic settings and of diverse geological ages.

It stems from the boom in rift basin exploration which occurred throughout the s, from recognition early in the decade that lacustrine shales can be excellent source rocks, and from some notable exploration successes. Rift Explained. Rift should not be confused with rift zone.

In geology, a rift is a linear zone where the lithosphere is being pulled apart and is an example of extensional tectonics.

Typical rift features are a central linear downfaulted depression, called a graben, or more commonly a half-graben with normal faulting and rift-flank uplifts mainly on one side. r4 THE ROYAL *i SOCIETY Hydrocarbons in rift basins: the role of stratigraphy BY JOSEPH J.

LAMBIASE AND CHRISTOPHER K. MORLEY Department of. During this period rift basins formed in the Arabian Gulf, the western region of the Arabian Peninsula, and Oman, where thick salt deposits are found (Hormuz Formation of Iran, and Ara Group of Oman).

Al-Husseini () provides a recent review of this early stage of Plate vintage-memorabilia.com by: Xiugang Pu, in Re-exploration Programs for Petroleum-Rich Sags in Rift Basins, The distribution of effective source rocks determines the scale of hydrocarbon accumulation A hydrocarbon generation center and a hydrocarbon enrichment center usually appear in.

Hydrocarbon habitat in the rift graben of the central Sumatra Basin, Indonesia (English). Buy Hydrocarbon Habitat in Rift Basins by J.J. Lambiase from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Seismic stratigraphy of an accommodation-zone margin rift-lake delta, Lake Malawi, Africa. In Lambiase JJ, editor, Hydrocarbon habitat in rift basins. Geological Society, London; Special Publication, p.

Cited by: 6. Each of these two major Atlantic margin salt basins constitutes a different, source rock driven, hydrocarbon habitat. As classic passive margin pull-apart basins, Early Cretaceous initiated rift events (Pre-rift, Synrift I, II, etc.) evolved into the Drift phase opening of the southern Atlantic.

Geodynamics of rifting and implications for hydrocarbon habitat. Author links open the mode and amount of its extension and the lithological composition of pre- and syn-rift sediments.

Subsidence of rift basins is controlled by the balance between isostatic adjustment of the crust to lithospheric stretching and uplift induced by mechanical Cited by:.

Jun 26,  · The Beni Suef Basin is a petroliferous rift basin straddling the River Nile containing a thick Mesozoic–Paleogene succession. The Kharita Formation is formed in the syn-rift phase of the basin formation and is subdivided into the Lower and Upper Kharita members.

These two members are regarded as two third-order depositional sequences (DSQ-1 and DSQ-2). The lowstand systems tract Cited by: 4.The syn-rift unconformity separates the rift from the following post-rift stage and, with the exception of faulted terrain, it is the most pronounced feature of rift basins.

A northern North Sea example is in the Snorre Field where its crestal part was exposed to subaerial and subaqueous erosion during much of the late Jurassic and as much as 1.Sep 22,  · Bosworth W () A high-strain rift model for the southern Gulf of Suez (Egypt).

In: Lambiase JJ (ed) Hydrocarbon habitat in rift basins. Geol Soc London Spec Paper, vol Author: D. Lučić, W. Bosworth.