Organic Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080372365, 9781483294148

Organic Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration

1st Edition

Proceedings of the 13th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, Venice, Italy 21-25 September 1987

Editors: L. Mattavelli L. Novelli
Hardcover ISBN: 9780080372365
eBook ISBN: 9781483294148
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 11th May 1989
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Part 1. Organic Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration: Organic Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration. Relationship between crude oil quality and biomarker patterns, W B Hughes & A G Holba. Maturity related mixing model for methane, ethane and propane, based on carbon isotopes, U Berner & E Faber. The relationship between silica minerals and organic matter diagenesis: its implication for the origin of oil, K Taguchi et al. The Role of Geochemistry in Basin Modelling. Basin modelling - a new comprehensive method in petroleum geology, D H Welte & M N Yalcin. Geochemical modelling in rapidly subsiding basins, M A Chiaramonte et al. Regional Geochemical Studies: Case Histories. Oil generation and migration in the Gifhorn Trough, NW Germany, Th Schwarzkopf & D Leythaeuser. Aspects of depositional processes of organic matter in sedimentary basins, A Y Huc. Part 2. Analytical Geochemistry: Biological Markers in Recent and Ancient Sediments. Early diagenetic pathways of steroid alkenes, T M Peakman & J R Maxwell. Biomarker characteristics of nonmarine oils in China, Fan Pu & Zhang Baisheng. Differences in reactivities of sedimentary hopane diastereomers when heated in the presence of clays, A V Larcher et al. Paleoenvironmental Assessment. Bacterial reworking of sedimentary lipids during sample storage, J O Grimalt et al. Environmental control of carbon isotope variations in Pennsylvanian black-shale sequences, Mid-continent, USA, L M Wenger et al. Quantitative Aspects of Hydrocarbon Generation Reactions. Kinetic modelling of oil cracking, P Ungerer et al.

Readership

For organic geochemists and petroleum geologists.

Table of Contents

Part 1. Organic Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration: Organic Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration. Relationship between crude oil quality and biomarker patterns, W B Hughes & A G Holba. Maturity related mixing model for methane, ethane and propane, based on carbon isotopes, U Berner & E Faber. The relationship between silica minerals and organic matter diagenesis: its implication for the origin of oil, K Taguchi et al. The Role of Geochemistry in Basin Modelling. Basin modelling - a new comprehensive method in petroleum geology, D H Welte & M N Yalcin. Geochemical modelling in rapidly subsiding basins, M A Chiaramonte et al. Regional Geochemical Studies: Case Histories. Oil generation and migration in the Gifhorn Trough, NW Germany, Th Schwarzkopf & D Leythaeuser. Aspects of depositional processes of organic matter in sedimentary basins, A Y Huc. Part 2. Analytical Geochemistry: Biological Markers in Recent and Ancient Sediments. Early diagenetic pathways of steroid alkenes, T M Peakman & J R Maxwell. Biomarker characteristics of nonmarine oils in China, Fan Pu & Zhang Baisheng. Differences in reactivities of sedimentary hopane diastereomers when heated in the presence of clays, A V Larcher et al. Paleoenvironmental Assessment. Bacterial reworking of sedimentary lipids during sample storage, J O Grimalt et al. Environmental control of carbon isotope variations in Pennsylvanian black-shale sequences, Mid-continent, USA, L M Wenger et al. Quantitative Aspects of Hydrocarbon Generation Reactions. Kinetic modelling of oil cracking, P Ungerer et al.

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Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1988
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Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483294148

About the Editor

L. Mattavelli

L. Novelli

Affiliations and Expertise

AGIP SPA, Milan, Italy