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Petroleum Geology


Petroleum Geology

Petroleum geology is the study of origin, occurrence, movement, accumulation, and exploration of hydrocarbon fuels. It refers to the specific set of geological disciplines that are applied to the search for hydrocarbons (oil exploration). This section contains many books and general references related to petroleum geology, which in turn contribute to understanding the system of basin analysis, which raises the reader’s competence to understand everything related to the formation of oil.


coring Core
Most data used by exploration and development teams to describe the earth hundreds or thousands of meters below the surface are from indirect methods such as wireline or while-drilling logging tools. Although both sophisticated and invaluable to operator planning, logging measurements are subject to analysis and calibration and are limited as to how finely they can divide and measure the earth. The only way to directly measure the earth’s subsurface is by analyzing samples, or cores, that engineers extract from the formation using special bits or wireline-conveyed coring tools. Once the cores are cut, they are captured and retrieved to the surface.

basin analysis

Basin Analysis

Basin analysis is a process that requires the collection and integration of a wide variety of different types of data. Many review articles and books are available that deal with some of the individual specialized fields that together constitute basin analysis, such as stratigraphic methods, facies analysis, geophysical methods, sedimentation and tectonics, and sequence stratigraphy to show how these different types of data and the varying Types of analytical methodology used in basin analysis to track specific basin-analysis problems.

reservoir Geology

Reservoir Geology
An understanding of the geology of the reservoir is essential to its development, production, and management. This include both the external geology of the reservoir — what created the hydrocarbon trap — and the internal geology of the reservoir — the nature of the rocks in which the hydrocarbons exist. This article focuses on what an engineer needs to know about the external and internal geology to understand the reservoir from which he or she is planning to produce hydrocarbons.

Regional Studies

Regional Studies

Regional geology is the geological study of large-scale regions. Usually, it encompasses multiple geological disciplines to piece together the history of an area. It is the geologic equivalent of regional geography. The size and the borders of each region are defined by geologically significant boundaries and by the occurrence of geologic processes.

operation Geology

Operation Geology

Operations geologists are experienced geologists who usually work from an oil and gas operator’s office. They are involved in all stages of the development of a well, including identification of potential locations to drill and assisting the drilling team with work associated with the oil well. Vacancies are available worldwide.