Origin and Prediction of Abnormal Formation PressuresEdited By
- G.V. Chilingar, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-2531, USA
- V.A. Serebryakov, DCD, Inc., Coulter Lane, Gillette, WY 82716, USA
- J.O. Robertson, Jr., Earth Engineering, Inc., 4244 Live Oak Street, Cudahy, CA 90201, USA
Developments in Petroleum Science
Hardbound, 390 pages
Published: May 2002
...this book is the most comprehensive and complete publication written so far on the subject of abnormal formation pressures. We recommend it to the scientists, engineers, and technicians working in petroleum industry. It is specially recommended to the students of geology, geophysics, petroleum engineering, and other branches of engineering as it makes an excellent text book that addresses research topics of utmost importance.
Y.A. Kettanah and M.R. Islam, Energy Sources
...Bringing together a generational compendium of authors, Chilingar shows, once again, a masterful understanding of the problem. ...This is a publication of consequence. ...Also noteworthy is that many invaluable contributions of Russian and former Soviet Union scientists that were originally published in Russian are included in this volume, which will become a classic reference for all petroleum geologists and engineers.
J.F. Burst, AAPG Bulletin