Basin Analysis in Petroleum Exploration: A case study from by John A. Grow, Robert E. Mattick (auth.), Paul G. Teleki,

By John A. Grow, Robert E. Mattick (auth.), Paul G. Teleki, Robert E. Mattick, János Kókai (eds.)

This quantity summarizes in sixteen chapters the petroleum geology of the Békés basin with recognize to its geological atmosphere within the Pannonian Basin. The paintings was once complete via a joint attempt of the Hungarian Oil and fuel Co. and U.S. Geological Survey.
against this with different books that debate the geology of Hungary, this quantity identifies, intimately, capability resource rocks and reservoir rocks, and evaluates the maturation, new release, migration, and entrapment of hydrocarbons. the phenomenal issues are: (1) its precis of the petroleum geology of the Békés basin with admire to its structural and sedimentological surroundings within the Pannonian Basin; (2) the identity of geographic components, structural tendencies and stratigraphic zones that stay really unexplored; and (3) a precis of `petroleum performs' with an evaluate in their recoverable, undiscovered assets of oil and gasoline.
This e-book is basically for petroleum geologists attracted to oil and fuel exploration in Hungary, and earth scientists attracted to the geology of the Pannonian Basin.

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Structure map on pre-Cenozoic rocks in the area o/the Bekis basin, southeast Hungary. Figure modijiedfrom Kitenyi and Rumpler (1984). to sandstone and marl and biogenic limestone. According to Szentgyorgyi and Teleki (this volume), the Badenian section represents deposition in water depths ofless than 200 m in a marine environment of normal salinity. During Sarmatian time the Pannonian basin became isolated from the eastern Paratethys and waters in the Bekes basin became shallower and less saline in comparison to Badenian time.

Southwest Transdanubian (TD). Transcarpathian (TC). and Transylvanian (TS) Basins. Danube-Raba Lowland: DRL; Transdanubian Central Range: TDCR; Bukk Mountains: Bu; Apuseni Mountains: A. Figure modifiedfrom Burchfiel and Royden (1982). into several subbasins, the largest of which is the Pannonian basin. The Pannonian Basin is superimposed on structural elements of the Carpathians and represents a post-tectonic basin, partly created by extension in middle and late Tertiary time (Burchfiel, 1976).

15). These basal deposits are overlain by a browngray, breccia dolomite that contains a characteristic assemblage of algae. The brown-gray dolomite grades upward to a light gray dolomite that is ubiquitous in the Battonya-PusztafOldvartrough area. In the Codru nappe system, exactly the same sequence of Middle-Upper Triassic rocks can be found with the exception of white dolomite (Patrulius and others, 1979). Correlations between Jurassic rock units of the Battonya-Pusztafoldvar trough and Codru nappe system are not as conclusive as were correlations of the Triassic section.

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