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Petroleum resources of the Scotian Shelf, by J.A. Wade [and others]

Petroleum resources of the Scotian Shelf, by J.A. Wade [and others]

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Published by Geological Survey of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

  • Petroleum - Scotian Shelf

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    ContributionsWade, J.A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22061218M
    ISBN 100660550660

    The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest of the world's oceans, with an area of about ,, square kilometers (41,, square miles). It covers approximately 20 percent of Earth's surface and about 29 percent of its water surface area. It separates the "Old World" from the "New World".The Atlantic Ocean occupies an elongated, S-shaped basin extending longitudinally between Europe and. The modern petroleum industry began in when a canadian geologist named Dr. Abraham Gesner discovered that oil could be distilled from coal, and that kerosene could be drawn offand used.

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Petroleum resources of the Scotian Shelf, by J.A. Wade [and others] Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The Scotian Basin encompasses a region to km wide by km long underlying the present day southeastern continental shelf and slope of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Since the first well was drilled on Sable Island ina total of exploration wells have been drilled in the shelf portion of the basin with the vast. MacLean, B.C and J.A. Wade. Petroleum geology of the continental margin south of the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon, offshore eastern Canada.

Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, Mills, H. Eastern Canada’s Offshore Resources and Boundaries: study in political geography. Journal of Canadian Studies 6: Outcrops from analogous outcrop sections along the UK and European margins may provide new play opportunities when the petroleum systems of the Central Atlantic margin are explored and developed ().These outlier basins typically are marked by significant unconformities that can mark key intervals for reservoir generation and reservoir distribution, and hiatal surfaces that may provide key data.

Petroleum Systems of the Scotian Basin. Some geochemical data (e.g. gasoline range hydrocarbons, carbon isotopes) suggests that it is possible to split Scotian Shelf light oils into sub families that likely reflect regional variations in the Tithonian source rock.

Based on some previously reported data from the Annapolis G well and. Petroleum Systems of the By J.A. Wade [and others] book Basin* Martin Fowler. 1, Jamie Webb. 2, Mark Obermajer. 3, Frederic Monnier. 4 This presentation concerned with an area with large discovered resources but where components of the petroleum system, especially the source rock, are not all well •Scotian Shelf Petroleum Systems.

Abstract The preliminary Petroleum System Risk Assessment (PSRA) has predicted the presence of viable petroleum systems with possible gas- or light oil-saturated deepwater fans and other reservoirs of economic significance within various sectors of the Scotian Slope, Eastern Canada.

Four factors have controlled the variations within the individual Petroleum Systems: heat flow and basement. The Russia–Central Asia area holds rich petroleum resources in Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The potential oil and gas areas include the West Siberia Basin, East Siberia Basin and sea continental shelf in Russia, the northern and central Caspian Basin in Kazakhstan, the right bank of the Amu‐Darya Basin, the East Karakum.

Petroleum and the Environment to give the general public, educators, and policy makers a better under - standing of environmental concerns related to petroleum resources. In the years that followed, the shale boom yielded a huge increase in domestic energy production. James G. Speight, PhD has doctorate degrees in Chemistry, Geological Sciences, and Petroleum Engineering and is the author of more than 60 books in petroleum science, petroleum engineering, and environmental has by J.A.

Wade [and others] book than 40 years of experience in the process industries, is the author of numerous books and papers, is the senior editor of three journals, and has. Selected References on Geology, Geophysics and Geochemistry for the Scotian Basin, Scotian Slope and Adjacent Areas, Eastern Canada (, map of Scotian Shelf & Adjacent Areas).

Wade, J. A., Chapter 4 - The geology of the southeastern margin of Canada, Petroleum Resources of the Scotian Shelf. Geological Survey of Canada. Petroleum Geology of the Continental Margin South of the Islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon, Offshore Eastern Canada.

B.C. MacLean, J.A. Wade. ABSTRACT. The portion of St. Pierre Moratorium Block south of 46°N contains Laurentian Subbasin, a deep Mesozoic depocentre which forms part of the larger Scotian. Evaluation of the Petroleum Systems by 1D and 2D Numerical Modeling and Geochemical Analysis in the Area of Most Recent Exploration Wells on the Deepwater Scotian Slope, Offshore Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia Department of Energy, Contract No, p. Lower Cretaceous shelf-edge trajectories, shelf-indenting canyons and the potential transfer of coarser clastics into deeper water, Sable Subbasin, offshore Nova Scotia.

Geoscience Open File Poster PF, Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board, 2 panels. Fault displacement analysis form 3D seismic data A case study from offshore Nova Scotia, Scotian basin: Society of Petroleum Geophysicists (SPG), 12th Biennial International Conference and.

Corey J. Bradshaw under the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord near Sable Island on the Scotian Shelf during drilling in the fall of reproduce the very low.

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Pub. Id: A () First Page: Last Page: Book Title: M Future Petroleum Provinces of the World Article/Chapter: The Continental Margin of Eastern Canada: Geological Framework and Petroleum Potential Subject Group: Basin or Areal Analysis or Evaluation Spec. Pub. Type: Memoir Pub. Year: Author(s): A.

Grant, K. McAlpine, J. Wade Abstract. World Petroleum Resources Project. Assessment of Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources of Libya. and Tunisia, Printed on recycled paper. Introduction. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) assessed the potential for undiscovered conventional oil and gas fields within two geo-logic provinces of North Africa―Sirte Basin in Libya and Pela.

The Atlantic margin of North America represents the classic “Atlantic-type” continental margin, notably the margin off the east coast of the United States, which was the site of five deep offshore stratigraphic test hole wells (the Continental Offshore Stratigraphic Test, or COST series) drilled in – on the Georges Bank, the Baltimore Canyon Trough, and the Southeast Georgia.

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It is essential for future planning that governments and industry have a clear assessment of the quantities of petroleum available for production and quantities which are anticipated to become. COSEWIC Assessment Summary.

Common name: Northern bottlenose whale (Scotian Shelf population). Scientific name: Hyperoodon ampullatus. Last Examination and Change: Status: Endangered. Canadian Occurrence: Atlantic Ocean. Reason for Designation: The COSEWIC population estimate totals about 1 individuals and appears to be currently stable.

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The book is divided into seven chapters, with the first briefly introducing readers to the petroleum : Paperback. The Northern Bottlenose Whale, Scotian Shelf population (NBW-SSP) was listed as Endangered under the federal Species at Risk Act in Threats to this species include acoustic disturbance, oil and gas activities, entanglement in fishing gear, contaminants, changes to food supply, and vessel strikes.

A Recovery Strategy for this population was published as final on the Species at Risk Public. MINERAL AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES OF THE OCEAN Subsea Mineral Resources By V. McKelvey Abstract About 20 nonpetroliferous minerals are produced from the continental margins.

Sand and gravel, lime from shells and aragonite mud, precious coral, and placer minerals such as. About This site is run in cooperation by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy and the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.

Maps, illustrations, graphs and tables can be reused, given that the material is marked with the source and link to Photos used on the website are copy protected and cannot be reused without the photographer’s consent.

Global strategic petroleum reserves (GSPR) refer to crude oil inventories (or stockpiles) held by the government of a particular country, as well as private industry, to safeguard the economy and help maintain national security during an energy crisis.

According to the United States Energy Information Administration, approximately billion barrels (, m 3) of oil are held in. @article{osti_, title = {Continental margin of eastern Canada: geologic framework and petroleum potential}, author = {Grant, A C and McAlpine, K D and Wade, J A}, abstractNote = {The Atlantic-type continental margin of eastern Canada is underlain by a series of Mesozoic-Cenozoic sedimentary basins separated by basement highs or areas of thinner sediments.

This book complements the book Handbook of Petroleum Analysis(J.G. Speight, John Wiley & Sons, ), and it is the purpose of these books to make available, in two handy volumes the essential elements of all analyt-ical tests used to characterize petroleum and petroleum products.

Much of discussion is about the moratorium on drilling for petroleum resources in The Outer Continental Shelf, or the OCS, areas of the United States, which consists of: the submerged lands, subsoil, and seabed, lying between the seaward extent of the States’ jurisdiction and the seaward extent of Federal jurisdiction.

Abstract. The Tethyan realm contains about 70% of the world petroleum reserves (Bois et al., ; Ulmishek and Klemme,among others).The major stratigraphic intervals during which the rocks that were the source of the Middle East oil and gas reserves were deposited are Jurassic and Mid-Cretaceous in.

Guidelines for the Evaluation of Petroleum Reserves and Resources 3 Petroleum reserves and resources are important to both companies and countries.

Numerous regulatory bodies around the world have developed regulations relating to the evaluation and exter-nal reporting of reserves. Shreve and Brink (), Nelson (), Rossini (), Sweeney () and Arene and Kitwood () have noted that petroleum is a highly complex mixture, the main constituents being compounds (gases, liquids and solid) of hydrocarbons (% hydrogen and % carbon) which are classified as alkanes, cycloalkanes and aromatics.

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Islam is Professor of Petroleum Engineering at the Civil and Resource Engineering Department of Dalhousie University, Canada. He has over publications to his credit, including 6 books. He is on the boards of several scholarly journals, and, in addition to his teaching duties, he is also the director of Emertec Research and Development Ltd.

and has been on the boards of a number of. Abstract. The East Coast and Arctic basins of Canada have been under serious hydrocarbon exploration for over 20 years. Although the density of drilling is low, extensive seismic control has outlined a high proportion of the structures in these basins and the stratigraphic framework of the basins is known.

) ') August, PALYNOLOGY OF THE NASKAPI SHALE IN THE CRETACEOUS OF THE SCOTIAN SHELF by Ra1ph P. A11 en 'n Int:erna1 Report for the Geological Survey of Canada Report No. EPGS-PAL. RA Eastern Petroleum Geology Subdivision Atlantic Geoscience Centre Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

Unconventional Resources • Petroleum & natural gas formed from decomposing organic matter in “source rock” • Conventional –gas & liquids migrate through permeable rock toward the surface until it is stopped by some trapping mechanism • Unconventional –gas & liquids are trapped at the source rock.

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Because oil is such a crucial source of energy worldwide, such rapid rises in price spark recurrent debates about the accessibility of global supplies, the extent to which producers.The Recovery Strategy for the Northern Bottlenose Whale Scotian Shelf population defines the goal, objectives, and broad strategies considered necessary for the protection and recovery of the species and identified critical habitat.

The document was prepared by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, with input from federal and provincial departments, non-governmental organizations, the fishing industry.Ch.

5— The Petroleum Refining Industry. 87 and each refinery has been built to process a cer-tain type of crude oil (or “slate” of crudes) to pro-duce the products required for a defined market.7 Markets for specific products change constant-ly, and existing refineries are modified or new refineries are built to accommodate such changes.