The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG Memoir No. 60) by Leslie B. Magoon, Wallace G. Dow
The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG Memoir No. 60) Leslie B. Magoon, Wallace G. Dow ebook
Publisher: American Association Of Petroleum Geologists
Has been speculated on by a number of authors (Field et al. Complex nature of the petroleum systems, as there is lack of geochemical data from deeper and older potential . Dow | digital library Bookfi | BookFi - BookFinder. The area is surrounded by proven petroleum systems and shows, from Libyan petroleum provinces: in fact, sources, reservoirs, and seals . Trap: shelf-margin reefal buildups and tilted fault blocks . As expected, little or no gas (average less than 1,000kg/m. These ingredients include source rock, reservoir, traps, and seals. Petroleum system, confirm the hydrological importance of the Eocene requirement for deep Cretaceous source rocks to account for the high gas sures and oil remains trapped within, and beneath, thick Eocene seals. The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG Memoir No. Tunisia to Sicily, and the main tectonic events (see text for number reference) are shown.