1 edition of Hydrocarbon exploration and occurrences in Oregon found in the catalog.
Hydrocarbon exploration and occurrences in Oregon
by State of Oregon, Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by R.E. Stewart; updated and revised by V.C. Newton, Jr. [and] D.L.Olmstead.|
|Series||Oil and gas investigation -- 15., Oil and gas investigations (Portland, Or.) -- no. 15.|
|Contributions||Stewart, R. E., Newton, Vernon C., Olmstead, Dennis L., Oregon. Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hydrocarbon exploration and occurrences in Oregon. Portland, Or.: State of Oregon, Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries, . Hydrocarbon source rocks are present in the Subathu and Dharamsala formations; while the Lower Siwalik, Kasauli and Dagshai formations contain potential sandstone reservoirs.
The Eocene Subathu Formation is a key exploration target in the NW Himalaya with both potential hydrocarbon source and reservoir rocks sealed by a thick clay by: 8. The discovery of two onshore seeps indicates Jamaica may have an active hydrocarbon system for both oil and natural gas.
The two onshore oil seeps were discovered about 70 km apart, marking the. (Wyoming, Washington, and Oregon). Results of these studies have shown that methane and the higher molecular weight hydrocarbon gases, ethane, ethene, propane, propene, and butanes, are very common in marine sediment.
Both microbial and thermal sources of gases are present with occurrences of microbial hydrocarbon gas being observed moreAuthor: Keith A. Kvenvolden. Practical application of petroleum systems can be used in exploration, resource evaluation, and research.
This chapter discusses its • Thermal and biological hydrocarbon gas found in conventional reservoirs as well as in gas hydrates, tight reservoirs, fractured shale, and coal a Group genetically related occurrences of petroleum by using. Occurrences of hydrocarbons in and around igneous rocks Article in Geological Society London Special Publications (1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Publications by DOGAMI announced OGI Hydrocarbon exploration and occurrences in Oregon Additional sources of information on Thundereggs v. 51, n. 5 p. Mining and exploration in Oregon during Book review (Atlas of Oregon Lakes) Publications by others, announced and reviewed OSU Press, Atlas of Oregon Lakes.
Assessments of gas hydrate occurrences in the Mackenzie Delta-Beaufort Sea area have been made mainly on the basis of data obtained during the course of hydrocarbon exploration conducted over the past three decades (reviewed by Judge et al., ). Ancient hydrocarbon seep and hydrothermal vent deposits of Early Archaean to Quaternary age have been reported from ore deposits and marine sedimentary sequences world‐wide (e.g.
Campbell & Bottjer a; de Ronde & Ebbesen ).Microorganisms have occupied marine hydrothermal vent settings since the Precambrian (e.g. Ga, de Ronde & Ebbesen ; Ga, Rasmussen ), and mega Cited by: Potash—A global overview of evaporite-related potash resources, including spatial databases of deposits, occurrences, and permissive tracts Book Full-text available.
Realizing the Energy Potential of Methane Hydrate for the United States. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / be interpreted in the context of a “petroleum system,” in a manner similar to that used to evaluate conventional hydrocarbon occurrences. The methane hydrate system contains all the elements of a.
Petrophysics coupled with rock physics studies are significant in the evaluation of well and field potential, and to construct subsurface models based on rock properties. This case study combines petrophysics and fluid substitution modeling for reservoir characterization of the producing Datta Formation in the Chanda oil field of Kohat Basin.
The Datta Formation interval of two wells, Chanda-1 Cited by: 2. A detailed map showing faults and hydrocarbon occurrences in the area of the northern Pattani pull-apart basin in the northern Gulf of Thailand (regional map shown in Figure 18E).
The giant oil fields are shown in green stars, and the giant gas fields are shown in red stars (data from Mann et al., ). Oil fields from the U.S. Geological. Oregon, or, A short history of a long journey from the Atlantic Ocean to the region of the Pacific by land: drawn up from the notes and oral information of John B.
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___ __ 16 Available well records and samples, onshore/offshore. ___ __ 17 Onshore-offshore cross section, from Mist Gas Field to continental shelf and slope. 18 Schematic fence diagram of the southern Tyee Basin, Oregon Coast Range.
The hydrocarbon exploration of the Jurassic System by Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) commenced with a deep well drilled in in Burgan Field, and oil was first discovered in the early s (Al-Eidan et al., ), more than 40 years after the first oil discoveries in Cretaceous and Cenozoic (Tertiary) reservoirs.
As part of KOC’s ongoing deep Cited by: 9. Sabitay, A. Status Of Hydrocarbon Exploration, Offshore Northeastern Australia And The Gulf Of Papua. APEA journal Australia; Papua New Guinea: Review: Oil & Gas Research & Exploration; Sediment: Stewart-Gordon, T. New Pays Develop New Plays In The Permian Basin.
World Oil South & Central America. Since communities based on chemosynthetic carbon-fixation were first discovered more than two decades ago at seafloor hydrothermal vents (Lonsdale,Corliss et al., ) and cold hydrocarbon seeps (Paull et al., ), further exploration of the deep-sea has revealed numerous modern vent–seep sites that sustain luxuriant populations of metazoans and microbes, in different geotectonic Cited by: A petroleum seep is a place where natural liquid or gaseous hydrocarbons escape to the earth's atmosphere and surface, normally under low pressure or flow.
Seeps generally occur above either terrestrial or offshore petroleum accumulation structures. [failed verification] The hydrocarbons may escape along geological layers, or across them through fractures and fissures in the rock, or directly. Gretner P. E. GEOTHERMICS: USING TEMPERATURE IN HYDROCARBON EXPLORATION AAPG Course Notes #17 4to, wps, light wear, vg, pp., many figs.
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Ghiglione, Carlos D. Quevedo, Thierry Sempere, Ranald Kelly, Sara Márquez, Edson Castillo, Juan Chung, and Federico Seminario.This chapter reviews the stratigraphic and paleogeographic setting of shallow marine reservoirs by discussing the sequences in which they occur, the fundamental variables that control them, their geometries, and common occurrences.
Many of the concepts of sequence stratigraphy will be discussed as they apply to these kinds of : Douglas J.