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Hydrogeodynamics of Oil and Gas Basins

by Djunin, V.I.
Authors: Korzun, A. V.%author. | SpringerLink (Online service) Physical details: XIX, 395p. 226 illus., 113 illus. in color. online resource. ISBN: 9048128471 Subject(s): Geography. | Hydraulic engineering. | Mines and mineral resources. | Ocean engineering. | Ecology. | Earth Sciences. | Hydrogeology. | Mineral Resources. | Offshore Engineering. | Geoecology/Natural Processes.
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Existing Views on Fluidodynamics in Petroliferous Formations -- Investigation Methods of Deep Fluidodynamics -- Role of Regional Infiltration Recharge Sources in the Formation of Deep Fluids and Petroliferous Basin Hydrodynamic Zoning -- Elision Recharge and Paleomigration of Deep Fluids -- Genesis of Abnormally High Formation Pressures -- Development of Filtration Properties in Deep Formations of Petroliferous Basins -- Fluidodynamics in Deep Formations of the West Siberian Petroliferous Basin -- Fluidodynamics in Hydrocarbon-Bearing Formations of the Northern Pechora Petroliferous Basin -- Fluidodynamics in Deep Formations of the Eastern Ciscaucasia Petroliferous Basin -- Fluidodynamics in Deep Formations of the Bukhara–Karshi Petroliferous Basin -- Heat and Mass Transfer in Deep Formations of Petroliferous Basins -- Genesis of Boundaries Forming the Stratum-Block Structure of Deep Formations in Petroliferous Basins -- Principal Formation Model of Deep Fluids in Petroliferous Basins -- Oil Origin and Formation of Hydrocarbon Accumulations.

This book examines the theories surrounding the origin of oil and the formation of hydrocarbon fields from a hydrogeological perspective. This valuable research perspective is often overlooked, yet it is the deep petroliferous basins that hold the most hydrocarbon accumulations. The fluids at these levels play a crucial part in the formation, preservation, and destruction of mineral deposits. Discovering just how the fluids are formed could shed light on many aspects of practical geology. The book analyzes local and regional regularities in the formation of deep fluids in petroliferous basins. The text discusses the many different theories of oil origin and includes a summary of the theoretical, experimental, and empirical data on petroliferous basins obtained by geochemical, geodynamic, fluidodynamic, and other studies. The authors present existing views on the geodynamics of fluids at deep levels, explore in detail the development of abnormally high formation pressures and consider peculiarities in heat and mass transfer at deep levels for different regions. Key words: • Fluidodynamics • Petroliferous basins • Elision recharge • Hydrocarbon accumulations • Oil formations

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