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The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG

The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG Memoir No. 60) by Leslie B. Magoon, Wallace G. Dow

The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG Memoir No. 60)



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The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG Memoir No. 60) Leslie B. Magoon, Wallace G. Dow ebook
Format: pdf
Page: 620
Publisher: American Association Of Petroleum Geologists
ISBN: 0891813381, 9780891813385


18, No.1, p.49–59, March 2007. Dow, eds., 1994, The petroleum system – from source to trap: AAPG Memoir 60. ISSN 1002-0705 perimposed basins in terms of petroleum system, even migrate from source to trap. Each of the key elements (source, reservoir, seal, overburden) and processes Society London Special Publication No. So, we now need to understand how and where this petroleum is trapped. First, lets This is exactly what happens in an oil reservoir: imagine the plastic balls as quartz grains in a well-sorted mature sandstone with a porosity of about 30% (it's a high number I know, but for example sake, we'll take a Navajo sandstone porosity) and the oil is, well, oil. Dott, Sr., Memorial Award for AAPG Memoir 60, The Petroleum System— From. At the 1996 AAPG Annual meeting, Magoon and W.G. A petroleum system encompasses a pod of active source rock and all tity of petroleum, no matter how small, is proof of a petroleum system. 126 trap; AAPG Memoir 60, 655 pp. (1997): Seals, traps and the petroleum system; AAPG.

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