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Author International Conference on Petroleum Geochemistry and Exploration in the Afro-Asian Region (6th : 2004 : Beijing, China)

Title Petroleum geochemistry and exploration in the Afro-Asian region : Proceedings of the 6th AAAPG International Conference, Beijing, China, 12-14 October 2004 / editors, Digang Liang, Darui Wang, Zhenxi Li
Published London ; New York : Taylor & Francis, ©2008
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 241 pages) : illustrations, maps
Series Balkema-proceedings and monographs in engineering, water, and earth sciences
Balkema-proceedings and monographs in engineering, water, and earth sciences.
Contents Book Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- The 6th Conference on Petroleum Geochemistry and Exploration in Afro-Asian Regions � Opening Speech -- Scientific Committee of AAAPG 2004 -- Beijing Declaration -- The Association of Afro-Asian Petroleum Geochemists (AAAPG) -- Executive Council of AAAPG -- 1 Petroleum geochemistry and exploration in the Afro-Asian Frontier Basins -- Developments in petroleum geochemistry in the last decade -- Characteristics and genesis of the western slope thick oil in Songliao Basin, China
Comparison of Proterozoic basins of India with similar basins of the world: Implications to hydrocarbon resource prospectsHydrocarbon-related diagenetic zones and its implication for the Yingnan 2 gas pool, Eastern depression of Tarim Basin -- 2 Source rock evaluation, migration and reservoir geochemistry -- Structural change of extracted lignin by white rot and brown rot fungi and thermal alteration of the lignin after the microbial treatments -- Application of reservoir geochemistry in Jiuxi Depression
Comparison of hydrocarbon generation simulation of source rocks in close and open system: A case of oil shale from Lower Jurassic in Qaidam Basin, ChinaCarbon isotopic signature of CO2 in Arthit gas field, Northern Malay basin, the Gulf of Thailand -- 4 Basin modeling, novel geochemical approaches and petroleum strategies -- The sedimentary model of Ng(1+2) in Gudao Oilfield and its controls on the remaining oil distribution -- Organic and trace elements geochemistry of western Niger delta oils
Evaluation of petroleum source rocks of Bengal Basin, IndiaAccumulation history and features of natural gases in the Kuqa foreland basin -- Biomarker indications as evidence for organofacies variations within the Abu Gabra formation of the Muglad basin, Sudan -- Accumulation periods of hydrocarbon and its distribution in Dongying Sag, Jiyang Depression, Eastern China -- Correlation between contents of TOC and strontium distribution within source rocks of Shahejie Formation in Dongying Sag, Eastern China
Solid residue of thermal simulation experiment on Laminaria and its petroleum geological significanceAlgorithm for production allocation in multilayer commingled production: Research and application -- Oil-source rock correlation with multivariate statistical analysis -- Interaction between basalts and oil source rocks in rift basins: CO2 generation -- 3 Molecular and isotopic geochemistry -- Surface geochemical exploration practice for oils and gases in China -- Maximising the yield of bound aliphatic biomarkers via a convenient two-stage hydropyrolysis procedure
Summary Covers petroleum geochemistry and exploration in the Afro-Asian frontier basins; source rock evaluation, migration and reservoir geochemistry; molecular and isotopic geochemistry; and, basin modeling, novel geochemical approaches and petroleum strategies. This book is suitable to scientists, researchers, professionals, graduates, and students
Petroleum Geochemistry and Exploration in the Afro-Asian Region includes 29 papers presented at the 6th International Conference on Petroleum Geochemistry and Exploration in the Afro-Asian Region. Petroleum geochemistry has played a crucial role in determining effective source rocks, classifying petroleum systems and delineating the geneses of conventional and unconventional oils and gases. By reference to petroleum geochemistry, the dynamic process of petroleum accumulations can be traced, which helps determining the prospecting target areas and reducing the exploration risk. Petroleum exploration is also enhanced by basin modeling and petroleum system classification, through the application of geochemical data. There has been significant progress in petroleum exploration due to the application of molecular geochemistry and biomarkers. Advances in this area include the identification and application of age-indicating biomarkers, the application of diamondoids in appraising the cracking level of crude oils, and the application of the compound-specific isotope analysis of biomarkers and the compound-specific isotope analysis of diamondoids (CSIAB and CSIAD) in oil-source correlation and quantitative identification of source-commingled oils. In reconstructing the history of oil and gas accumulations, three other techniques are of note: the dynamics of hydrocarbon generation, the dynamics of carbon isotopic fractionation and the analysis of liquid historical recordings (inclusions). Petroleum Geochemistry and Exploration in the Afro-Asian Region is an invaluable source of information for oil and gas explorers, petroleum geochemists and students of petroleum geochemistry. Researchers in petroleum companies and institutes will also find this publication useful. Petroleum Geochemistry and Exploration in the Afro-Asian Region includes 29 papers presented at the 6th International Conference on Petroleum Geochemistry and Exploration in the Afro-Asian Region. Petroleum geochemistry has played a crucial role in determining effective source rocks, classifying petroleum systems and delineating the geneses of conventional and unconventional oils and gases. By reference to petroleum geochemistry, the dynamic process of petroleum accumulations can be traced, which helps determining the prospecting target areas and reducing the exploration risk. Petroleum exploration is also enhanced by basin modeling and petroleum system classification, through the application of geochemical data. There has been significant progress in petroleum exploration due to the application of molecular geochemistry and biomarkers. Advances in this area include the identification and application of age-indicating biomarkers, the application of diamondoids in appraising the cracking level of crude oils, and the application of the compound-specific isotope analysis of biomarkers and the compound-specific isotope analysis of diamondoids (CSIAB and CSIAD) in oil-source correlation and quantitative identification of source-commingled oils. In reconstructing the history of oil and gas accumulations, three other techniques are of note: the dynamics of hydrocarbon generation, the dynamics of carbon isotopic fractionation and the analysis of liquid historical recordings (inclusions). Petroleum Geochemistry and Exploration in the Afro-Asian Region is an invaluable source of information for oil and gas explorers, petroleum geochemists and students of petroleum geochemistry. Researchers in petroleum companies and institutes will also find this publication useful
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Geochemical prospecting -- Congresses.
Organic geochemistry -- Congresses.
Petroleum -- Geology -- Congresses.
Petroleum -- Prospecting -- Congresses.
Petroleum -- Africa -- Congresses
Petroleum -- Asia -- Congresses
Geochemical prospecting.
Organic geochemistry.
Petroleum -- Geology.
Petroleum -- Prospecting.
Petroleum.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Petroleum.
Africa.
Asia.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Li, Zhenxi, Dr.
Liang, Digang.
Wang, Darui.
ISBN 0203930649
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113406926X
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9781134069224
9781134069262
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