Generation, Accumulation and Production of Europe's Hydrocarbons III: Special Publication of the European Association of Petroleum Geoscientists No. 3

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The 30 contributions of this volume cover the main European regions for oil and gas exploration: the North Sea and adjacent areas, the central and eastern Mediterranean including offshore Albania, central and eastern Europe including Poland, Hungary, the Russian platform and offshore Bulgaria. Main topics are investigations to sequence stratigraphy, 3D-quantitative restoration and balanced structural sections, using the LOCACE equipment. Additional studies deal with a Monte Carlo method for generating models of ...
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The 30 contributions of this volume cover the main European regions for oil and gas exploration: the North Sea and adjacent areas, the central and eastern Mediterranean including offshore Albania, central and eastern Europe including Poland, Hungary, the Russian platform and offshore Bulgaria. Main topics are investigations to sequence stratigraphy, 3D-quantitative restoration and balanced structural sections, using the LOCACE equipment. Additional studies deal with a Monte Carlo method for generating models of porosity and permeability, with facies characterization using wireline logs or with petrographic applications of image analysis. As further reading this volume is of significant interest for researchers in oil and gas industries but also for scientists at universities.
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I North and West Europe.- 1 Understanding the Eocene Reservoirs of the Forth Field, UKCS Block 9/23b.- 2 Upper Jurassic Deep-Water Heterogeneous Reservoirs in the Thelma Fields, UK North Sea.- 3 Enhancing the Oil Potential of Secondary Triassic Reservoirs in the Beryl A Field, UK North Sea.- 4 Multi-Disciplinary Stratigraphic Analysis of the Upper Jurassic Strata of the Norwegian Central Trough.- 5 Salt Controls on Basin Evolution — Central North Sea.- 6 Evolution of a Salt-Related Tertiary Growth Fault in the Danish North Sea.- 7 Neogene Uplift and Erosion Offshore South Norway: Magnitude and Consequences for Hydrocarbon Exploration in the Farsund Basin.- 8 Structural Development and Trap Formation Along the Børglum Fault, Tornquist Zone, Denmark, Compared with the Painted Canyon Fault, San Andreas Zone, USA.- 9 Surface Geochemical Studies in the Norwegian Barents Sea: Comparison with Drilling Results.- 10 Submarine Fan Types in the Porcupine Basin, Ireland.- 11 The Petroleum System in the Lower Saxony Basin.- 12 Structure of a Classic Chalk Oil Field and Production Enhancement by Horizontal Drilling, Reitbrook, NW Germany.- 13 Structure of Northeast Germany: Regional Depth and Thickness Maps of Permian to Tertiary Intervals Compiled from Seismic Reflection Data.- II Southern, Central and Eastern Europe.- 14 A Review of the Upper Triassic Source Rocks of Italy.- 15 Organic Geochemistry and Depositional Environment of a Hydrocarbon Source Rock: The Middle Triassic Grenzbitumenzone Formation, Southern Alps, Italy/Switzerland.- 16 Facies and Reservior Characterization of Cretaceous-Eocene Turbidites in the Northern Adriatic.- 17 Joint Distribution in a Fractured Carbonate Reservoir in the Umbria-Marche Anticlines (Central Italy).- 18 Conflicting Balanced Structural Sections Across the Central Apennines (Italy): Problems and Implications.- 19 Depositional History of the Pliocene-Pleisene Adriatic Foredeep (Central Italy) from Surface and Subsurface Data.- 20 The Use of the Complex Trace Attributes of Digital Sonic Waveforms as a Gas Indicator in Thin Shaly-Sand Sequences in Southern Italy.- 21 Three-Dimensional Quantitative Restoration of Central Mediterranean Neogene Basins: The Dynamic Geohistory Approach.- 22 Oil Generation and Accumulation in the Albanide Ionian Basin.- 23 Petroleum Generation, Migration and Accumulation in the Miocene Sediments and Palaeozoic-Mesozoic Basement Complex of the Carpathian Foredeep Between Cracow and Pilzno (Poland).- 24 Migration and Accumulation of Oil and Natural Gas Generated from Neogene Source Rocks in the Hungarian Part of the Pannonian Basin.- 25 Seismic Analysis of Multi-Phase Tectonism in the Central Part of the Pannonian Basin in Hungary.- 26 Petroleum Generation Potential Offshore Bulgaria.- 27 On the Distribution of Hydrogen Sulphide in the Carbonate Oil and Gas Fields of the Russian Platform.- III Petroleum Geoscience Studies.- 28 Sequential Gaussian Simulation: A Monte Carlo Method for Generating Models of Porosity and Permeability.- 29 Facies Characterization Using Wireline Logs: Application of a Probabilistic Method to a Regional Exploration Study.- 30 Petrographic Applications of Image Analysis.
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