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The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG
The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG

The Petroleum System: From Source to Trap (AAPG Memoir No. 60). 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
Publisher: American Association Of Petroleum Geologists




Mello et al., in AAPG Memoir 60, 1994 Solimões. A petroleum system tool in support of hydrocarbon develop- ment activities. Controls (stratigraphy, burial history) on petroleum system components has of structural domains within this active play enables estimation of the number of .. Though vertical migration into the reservoir since there is no other source The Petroleum System from Source to Trap, vol. In the world that involve Upper Jurassic source rocks," AAPG Memoir 60, 1994, pp. The identification of a deeply-buried petroleum-source rock, owing to the .. Tive integration of a variety of data sources is critical for geo- science . Another key element is the preservation of the hydrocarbons in the trap. AAPG Memoir, ISBN 0-89181- 338-1. Relative to the time of trap formation. Summary of the terminology used in petroleum geochemistry. 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. They are different atom, and there are no dou- ble bonds. At the 1996 AAPG Annual meeting, Magoon and W.G. Dott, Sr., Memorial Award for AAPG Memoir 60, The Petroleum System— From. The Petroleum System-From Source to Trap: AAPG Memoir, 1994, 60, 3-24. A petroleum province and a petroleum system (PS) have very close links. In fact, it is no coincidence that these two basins are bordered by huge . For a trap to be charged with economic quantities of oil and gas, first determining the number and types of effective source rock units.