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Regional geology and hydrocarbon resource potential, the Mediterranean Sea Region

James A Peterson

Regional geology and hydrocarbon resource potential, the Mediterranean Sea Region

by James A Peterson

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, [Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] in [Denver, Colo. ] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrocarbons -- Geology -- Mediterranean Region

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James A. Peterson
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 94-166, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 94-166
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv, 118 leaves
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13617598M
    OCLC/WorldCa31759882

    GEOLOGY AND PETROLEUM EXPLORATION IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA Abstract The Mediterranean Sea is a "small ocean basin" affected by a young orogeny developed by foundering and outward spreading of its microcontinents. In the western Mediterranean this process appears to be completed whereas it is continuing in portions of the eastern Mediterranean. Previous studies on the eastern Mediterranean mainly fo- cused on the aspects such as regional geology[24, 912] and sedimentation[4, 1315], but rarely covered the basin evolution, tectonics, sedimentation and filling, and hydrocarbon accu- mulation characteristics, and the future exploration direction remains hankins-farms.com: Xiaobing Liu, Xiaobing Liu, Guangya Zhang, Zhixin Wen, Zhaoming Wang, Chengpeng Song, Zhengjun He, Z.

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Like the North Sea, is has an excellent oil prone source rock present over most of the area. Eastern Mediterranean Hydrocarbon Potential and Possible Export Options As of April the only proven reserves of the Eastern Mediterranean region were those of Syria and Israel.

Syria has billion barrels of oil and Tcf of proven onshore natural gas reserves.4 On the other hand, sinceIsrael has made successful.

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transit remains a key policy consideration of several eastern Mediterranean countries. As the region continues to discover and develop hydrocarbon resources, the pressure to increase its role as an important energy hub is likely to increase.

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This model allows to forecast the extent of the oil-gas accumulation and to evaluate the hydrocarbon resources locally or for a region as a whole (Figure ). Zohr – A newborn carbonate play in the Levantine Basin, East-Mediterranean.

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The Triassic petroleum system in the Eastern Mediterranean region has been tapped in Jordan and Israel and has had great success in the Palmyrades Belt in Syria. In this latter region, source rocks are buried deeper than elsewhere in Syria (Sawaf et al., ).Cited by: 1.

Dec 18,  · THE HYDROCARBON GEOLOGY OF SOUTHERN OFFSHORE MALTA AND SURROUNDING REGIONS. Authors. and the area has the potential to contain major hydrocarbon reserves. Get access to the full text of this article Fluid flow systems of the Malta Plateau, Central Mediterranean Sea, Marine Geology,74CrossRef;Cited by: By Geologist Mahmoud Rashed.

Recently, the Eastern Mediterranean has become an important region for natural gas production. It is the home to large hydrocarbon resources, even though the countries in the region—excluding Egypt—have been slow to find them. Recently, the Eastern Mediterranean has become an important region for natural gas production.

It is the home to large hydrocarbon resources, even though the countries in the region—excluding Egypt—have been slow to find them. If these resources are successfully developed, they could dramatically change the energy situation for the region.

The geological knowledge of the Mediterranean area has been advanced recently as the result of reinterpretation and synthesis of the considerable amount of land data and extensive geophysical surveys using deep-seismic-reflection hankins-farms.com by: The Levantine Basin is located in the easternmost region of the Mediterranean Sea between Cyprus and the Nile Delta marine cone in Egypt.

Based on an analysis of more than 20, line-km of 2-D seismic data, the basin appears to contain up to 10, metres of Mesozoic and Cenozoic rocks above a rifted Triassic-Lower Jurassic hankins-farms.com by: 6 International Conference on Petroleum geology and Hydrocarbon Potential of Caspian and Black Sea regions - hankins-farms.com Technical Programme Oral Presentations Tuesday 7 october leCTure room regIonal geology, TeCTonICS, neoTeCTonICS G.V.

GEORGIEV (SOFIA uNIVERSITY) & A.M. NIKISHIN (MOSCOW STATE uNIVERSITY). The Mediterranean Sea has been characterised by intense exploration activity during the last two decades of the last century but mainly in shallow waters.

This period of activity led to the discovery of some impor­tant oil and gas fields in clastic and carbonate units that span the Triassic to the Miocene. Publications. Attanasi, E.D., and Root, D.H.,The enigma of oil and gas field growth: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v.

78, no. 3, p. Regional geology and hydrocarbon resource potential of the Mediterranean Sea basin: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, v.p. China--Report on. Dec 11,  · This book reviews the tectonic and geological history of the Middle East and the regional hydrocarbon potential on a country by country basis in the context of current ideas developed through seismic and sequence stratigraphy and incorporating the ideas of global sea level hankins-farms.com:.

Noted authority Andrew Robinson has compiled this research for all geoscientists interested in this region stretching from Greece to the Caspian Sea. Scientists, many from the area, explore the diverse and complex geotectonism.

The political changes that took place in eastern Europe in the early s had an equally profound effect on the quantity and quality of geological work carried out in.A strategic hub for business activities in the region Greater Mediterranean region is a market with large potential for oil and gas trading REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS Energy Service – MCIT Regional Hydrocarbon System: Potential Undiscovered Oil & Gas Resources in the Eastern Mediterranean Assessment by USGS Nile Delta Basin Oil: bbl Gas: tcf.of historical development of hydrocarbon exploration activities in the offshore Eastern Mediterranean.

While doing so, a special emphasis has been given on the cases of Israel and South Cyprus. Furthermore, an analysis of the possible export options for the regional potential is provided. The second part of the paper dwells on the implications.