HYDROCARBON EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION DPSDEVELOPMENTS IN PETROLEUM SCIENCE SERIES VOLUME 46
- Frank Jahn, Beaconsfield, Australia
- Published: March 1998
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-444-82921-4
The acting engineers, scientists and university students, not in petroleum science only, should have use of this book. It will also be useful for those trying to match the terminology in order to gain best understanding in the diverse multilanguage petroleum community in the world.
Review of the Bulgarian Geological Society (59/1), February 1999
...This is a well-organised presentation of the concepts and activities involved in oil and gas recovery, from exploration and development to production, management and decommissioning.
ASLIB Book Guide, Volume 63, No. 12, December 1998
...This book will be a good reference source for companies engaged in international operations...
R.F. Ehinger, AAPG Bulletin Vol. 83, no. 3, February 1999
...Reviewing this book was a pleasure and I gained some new perspectives. I can highly recommend the book to any graduate students wishing to enter oil exploration and production as well as new entrants. And also indeed to practising scientists in the oil industry who wish to gain a wider view outside their area os specialism. Non-technical professionals will also find the book of equal value. ...will be a welcome addition to the bookshelf of any professional in the exploration and production business.
D.G. Roberts, Marine and Petroleum Geology, 1999
This publication is an excellent practical guide and would be of great value to anyone wishing to attain an overview of the hydrocarbon exploration and production process, particularly those studying petroleum geoscience at university level.
Australian Mineral Foundation Alert
...I consider that the principal authors have achieved their goal of providing an introduction to the upstream industry in its broadest sense, an aspiration that has been facilitated by the synopsis of commercial relevance that precedes each chapter. (...) I am pleased to commend this work to those who are seeking to acquire or develop laterally a base knowledge of the practices of the upstream sector of the hydrocarbon industry.
Dialog, 15 May 1998
...This publication is an excellent practical guide and would be of great value to anyone wishing to attain an overview of the hydrocarbon exploration and production process, particularly those studying petroleum geoscience at university level.
Australian Mineral Foundation Alert, 1999
....It was a real pleasure to read this book - an actual concise encyclopedia of the modern upstream petroleum industry in all its activities. (...) Its lucid presentation of the whole upstream petroleum industry operatons as a holistic logical process motivated and controlled by a combination of geological, technical, and economical reasons makes this book an utmost necessity for a college student, beginner in the petroleum profession, as well as experienced professional in a narrow field of petroleum industry.
A.E. Gurevich and G.V. Chilingar, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 1999