Correlation in Hydrocarbon Exploration: Proceedings of the by S. Cloetingh, H. Kooi (auth.), J. D. Collinson (eds.)

By S. Cloetingh, H. Kooi (auth.), J. D. Collinson (eds.)

This ebook is the broadcast checklist of the papers offered at a convention of the Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) held in Bergen, Norway, on 3-5 October, 1988. The convention used to be at the beginning proposed and promoted by means of the Geology and Geophysics Advisory Committee of the Norwegian Petroleum Society including: A. M. Spencer (Chairman), M. Brink,J. D. Collinson, S. Hanslien, D. M. D.James, T. B. Lund, ok. Messel, E. Ormaasen and G. Saeland. The programme and extra particular making plans of the convention was once conducted by means of a programme committee which include: J. D. Collinson (Chairman), O. Eldholm, E. Holter, D. M. D.James, H. Tykoezinski, D. Worsley and S. M. Aasheim. there have been 245 contributors on the assembly and 36 papers have been provided as talks with one more nine offered as posters. those lawsuits are consultant of the diversity of issues lined. The assembly used to be characterised through a excessive point of debate which has encouraged a number of authors within the ultimate training in their written papers. those lawsuits were edi ted on behalf of the Norwegian Petroleum Society via J. D. Collinson with support from H. Tykoezinski. The editor and the organizing committee desire to thank all of the referees who reviewed papers and all of the authors who answered so absolutely and briskly to their reviews. The NPF is such a lot thankful to the college of Bergen for making to be had their amenities for the conference.

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2(b)) 450 Ma (Fig. 2 (c)) and 600 Ma (Fig. 2 (c)) respectively. Inspecting (b) A Carboniferous section I n order to increase the precision of an age determined for a formation, two wells in close proximity to each other were used. The close proximity of these wells justifies the assumption that their burial and thermal histories were nearly the same. 0 (a) (b) 1000 AGE=30 0Ma 600 2000 ~ ! 5 0 AGE= 45 0Ma 2000 ~ 400 0 a: LL I ~ Q. 005 ~ ( Ma )" 1 Fig. 2. 5 VITRINITE REFLECTANCE (a) Contours of constant MSR in an age (Ma)-f3( (Ma) - I ) space for vitrinite reflectance data from the well Yalcumma I.

Am. Abstr. , 12, 465. Palmer, M. R. and Elderfield, H. 1985. Sr isotopic composition of seawater over the past 75 Myr. Nature, 314, 526--528. Peterman, Z. , Hedge, C. E. and Tourtelot, H. A. 1970. Isotopic composition of strontium in sea water throughout Phanerozoic time. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 34, 105-120. Popp, B. , Podosek, F. , Brannon, J. , Anderson, T. F. and Pier, J. 1986. 87SrrSr ratios in Permo-Carboniferous sea water from the analyses of well-preserved brachiopod shells. Geochim. Cosmochim.

5 X 10- 4 (Ma) -I represents a slightly higher heat flux in the past than at the present, approximately 40% greater 500 Ma ago than today. In Fig. 2(b), (c) and (d) are shown the observed vitrinite reflectance data (asterisks) with depth, and the solid lines show the predictions based on the thermal inversion procedure for assumed ages of300 Ma (Fig. 2(b)) 450 Ma (Fig. 2 (c)) and 600 Ma (Fig. 2 (c)) respectively. Inspecting (b) A Carboniferous section I n order to increase the precision of an age determined for a formation, two wells in close proximity to each other were used.

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