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Arctic geology and petroleum potential

Norsk Petroleumsforening. Conference

Arctic geology and petroleum potential

proceedings of the Norwegian Petroleum Society Conference, 15-17 August 1990, Tromsø, Norway

by Norsk Petroleumsforening. Conference

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by T.O. Vorren ... [et al.].
SeriesSpecial publication / Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) -- no.2, Special publication -- no.2.
ContributionsVorren, T. O.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 751p. :
Number of Pages751
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22315942M
ISBN 100444889434

  AAPG Memoir is the first international book published on the petroleum geology and hydrocarbon potential of the Colombian Caribbean Margin. This volume consists of 27 multidisciplinary papers which include a wide range of geological and geophysical topics, such as geochemistry and petroleum systems, earthquake seismology and tomography Price Range: $64 - $ The vast Arctic region contains nine proven petroleum provinces with giant resources but over half of the sedimentary basins are completely undrilled, making the region the last major frontier for conventional oil and gas book provides a comprehensive overview of the geology and the petroleum potential of the Arctic.

The US Geological Survey (USGS) assessed the potential for undiscovered oil and gas resources of the West Greenland-East Canada Province as part of the USGS Circum-Arctic Resource Appraisal programme. The province lies in the offshore area between western Greenland and eastern Canada and includes Baffin Bay, Davis Strait, Lancaster Sound and Nares Strait west of and including part of Kane . The exploration of the Arctic for petroleum is considered to be extremely technically challenging. However, recent technological developments, as well as relatively high oil prices, have allowed for a result, the region has received significant interest from the petroleum industry.. Since the onset of the s oil glut in , the commercial interest in Arctic exploration has.

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The book closes with a paper on international law in the Arctic geology and petroleum potential book. Arctic geology and petroleum potential proceedings of the Norwegian Petroleum Society conference, AugustTromsø, Norway by T. Vorren, E. Bergsager, O. Dahl-Stamnes. Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, New : Book Review: Arctic geology and petroleum potential.

T.O. Vorren, E. Bergsager, Ø.A. Dahl-Stamnes, E. Holter, B. Johansen, E. Lie and T.B. Lund (Editors). This book is the result of a Conference on Arctic Geology and Petroleum Potential, held in Tromso, Norway, AugustIts intent was to review the current knowledge of the geology of the Arctic sedimentary basins and their hydrocarbon potential.

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Vorren, E. Bergsager, O. Dahl-Stamnes. Dynamics of the Arctic and adjacent petroleum basins: a record of plume and rifting activity N.L. Dobretsov, O.P. Polyansky, V.V. Reverdatto, A.V. Babichev Pages Chapter 1 An overview of the petroleum geology of the Arctic.

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The most important results are published on a regular basis in the issues of Russian Geology and Geophysics/Geologiya i Geofizika. The first Special Issue of Russian Geology and Geophys- ics/Geologiya i Geofizika (Vol. 51, No. 1) “Problems of the Geology and Petroleum Potential of the Arctic†was published in Cited by: 7.

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Ananev, Vladimir E. Verzhbitsky, Victor E. Vasilev, Igor A. Tanygin* Gazpromneft Science & Technology Centre, Gazpromneft-Sakhalin* Resources in the Arctic Shelf // Petroleum Geology, No. 5 – pp. Arctic Oil and Natural Gas Provinces Map: The United States Geological Survey estimates that over 87% of the Arctic's oil and natural gas resource (about billion barrels oil equivalent) is located in seven Arctic basin provinces: Amerasian Basin, Arctic Alaska Basin, East Barents Basin, East Greenland Rift Basin, West Greenland-East Canada Basin, West Siberian Basin, and the Yenisey.

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Nine main petroleum provinces containing recoverable resources totalling 61 Bbbl liquids+ Bbbloe of gas are known in the Arctic. The three best known major provinces are: West Siberia–South Kara, Arctic Alaska and Timan–Pechora. They have been sourced principally from, respectively, Upper Jurassic, Triassic and Devonian marine source rocks and their hydrocarbons are Cited by:.

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Although the different basins vary significantly as regards sedimentary fill and tectonic evolution, many of the basins share some of the characteristics needed to .Awards: Prize winner of the international academic publishing company "Nauka" for series of papers “Tectonics and Petroleum Potential of the Arctic Ocean”.

Victor A. Poselov Upon graduating from the Leningrad Mining Institute with MSc in Exploration Geophysics, Victor A. Poselov was involved in land seismic oil and gas exploration in the.