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Geology and natural gas potential of deep sedimentary basins in the former Soviet Union

T. S. Dyman

Geology and natural gas potential of deep sedimentary basins in the former Soviet Union

by T. S. Dyman

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Denver .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sedimentary basins -- Former Soviet republics,
  • Natural gas -- Former Soviet republics,
  • Geology -- Former Soviet republics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T.S. Dyman, V.A. Litinsky, and G.F. Ulmishek.
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 99-381., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 99-381.
    ContributionsLitinsky, V. A., Ulmishek, Gregory F., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 leaves :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17603566M
    OCLC/WorldCa42643973

      Abstract. The USGS is re-evaluating the resource potential of basin-centered gas accumulations in the U.S. because of changing perceptions of the geology of these accumulations, and the availability of new data since the USGS National Assessment of United States oil and gas resources (Gautier et al., ).Cited by: 7. IV. Convergent-margin basins 6. Subduction zones (trenches) 7. Forearc, interarc, intra-arc backarc basins 8. Retroarc foreland systems (overriding plate) 9. Proarc foreland systems (underriding plate Piggyback basins (thrust-fold belts) oceanic transitiona continental oceanic continental convergence di vergence flexural flexural con vergenceFile Size: KB.

    Geology; In simple terms, sedimentary basins are holes in the Earth's surface into which sediment is deposited. Many different types of sedimentary basins can be found at various localities around the world today. However, all of these basins can be explained by one of two simple basin-forming mechanisms; stretching or flexing of the lithosphere.   Purchase The Sedimentary Basins of the United States and Canada, Volume 5 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.

    Introduction Geothermal energy development has a promising future as part of a broad energy supply mix to meet growing demand in the United States and globally. Currently developed hydrothermal systems are a significant energy source, but these systCited by: 2. Petroleum Systems in "Rift" Basins 34th Annual Conference Paul J. Post, James Coleman Jr., Norman C. Rosen, David E. Brown, Tina Roberts-Ashby, Peter Kahn, and Mark Rowan.


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[T S Dyman; V A Litinsky; Gregory F Ulmishek; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Geology and Natural Gas Potential of Deep Sedimentary Basins in the Former Soviet Union by T.S.

Dyman, V.A. Litinsky, and G.F. Ulmishek INTRODUCTION Deep sedimentary basins in the Former Soviet Union (FSU) (having sedimentary rocks in excess of km thick) include a total area greater than million km^. Some of theseCited by: 3. Significant volumes of undiscovered deep natural gas are in the Gulf Coast, Anadarko, Permian, and Rocky Mountain basins of the U.S., and in the Timan-Pechora, West Siberia, East Siberia, and North and South Caspian basins of the former Soviet Union.

Deep natural gas resources are regularly assessed by the All-Russia Petroleum Research. how and where sedimentary strata have been deposited and preserved during Earth history.

The formation of sedimentary basins is ultimately controlled by topography that defines the surface depressions that receive the sediments, the elevated regions that provide sediment sources, and the topographic and bathymetric gradients that transport sediments from source to basin.

Other articles where Sedimentary basin is discussed: Precambrian: Establishing Precambrian boundaries: dikes and the formation of sedimentary basins such as the Huronian on the U.S.-Canadian border, into which large volumes of clastic sediment (that is, sediment of predominantly clay, silt, and sand sizes) were deposited.

Such sediments would have been derived by erosion of high plateaus. The production of natural gas from fractured limestone of the Lower Devonian Forillon Formation in the eastern Gaspé Peninsula, near Galt, by Junex Inc. has resulted in a reassessment of the oil and gas potential of the northwestern end of the Matapedia Basin.

Most of the Basin in Gaspé is presently held under oil and gas permits. The Bureau of Economic Geology is pursuing transformational research related to geothermal energy (GE) development from deep sedimentary basins. The northern Gulf of Mexico (GOM) is a representative environment of deep, hot, sedimentary basins worldwide that may contain 70 to 80% of extractable/renewable GE resources.

In the Former Soviet Union, the numbering starts in the southwestern most portion of the area, generally increasing to the east and north. Gas Geology Former Soviet Union Russia Geologic Province Gateway to the Earth Thesaurus Oil shale resources Oil sand resources Natural gas resources Economic geology ArcIMS Metadata Baykit Arch.

Fluid Flow and Circulation in Deep Sedimentary Basins. In sedimentary basins associated with deep hot fluids, the heat transmitted can also cause thermal alteration of the oil, thus forming “hydrothermal” oil which may not be consistent with the typical “thermogenic” oil [8, 9].Author: Xiaorong Luo, Zhijun Jin, Keyu Liu, Shuichang Zhang.

Geology and natural gas potential of deep sedimentary basins in the Former Soviet Union, U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series Denver: USGS Information Services. Denver: USGS Information by: 1. This abundantly illustrated book will serve as an excellent educational tool and remain a valuable resource and handy reference work in any petroleum geology ts: 1.

Basics of dynamic geology. Continental and oceanic basins. Sedimentary driving mechanisms and environments. Time evolution: Sedimentary sequences Author: Bernard Biju-Duval. Sedimentary basins form primarily in convergent, divergent and transform gent boundaries create foreland basins through tectonic compression of oceanic and continental crust during lithospheric ic extension at divergent boundaries where continental rifting is occurring can create a nascent ocean basin leading to either an ocean or the failure of the rift zone.

Map showing geology, oil and gas fields and geologic provinces of the former Soviet Union (Open file report) [Geological Survey (U.S.)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Map showing geology, oil and gas fields and geologic provinces of the former Soviet Union (Open file report)Price: $ Sedimentary basins of North America — part of the geology of North America.

Subcategories. This category has only the following subcategory. W Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin‎ (1 C, 94 P) Pages in category "Sedimentary basins of North America" The following 26 pages are in. Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is an Indian Multinational Crude Oil and Gas Corporation.

Its registered office is at New Delhi, is a state-owned enterprise of the Government of India, under the administrative control of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural is the largest oil and gas exploration and production company in the ry: Oil and Gas.

The Foredeep Basins AU includes all potential reservoirs within the thick sedimentary section of the foredeep basins developed during the Permo-Triassic Uralian Orogeny.

For the Timan–Pechora Basin Province, the estimated means of undiscovered resources are BBO, 17 TCFG and billion barrels of natural gas liquids (BBNGL). from book Ancient West Asian Civilization: A Brief Review of the Geology of West Asia.

Geology and natural gas potential of deep sedimentary basins in the Former Soviet Union, U.S. The origin and evolution of sedimentary basins is an obvious focus of the International Lithosphere Program because it is fundamentally a problem in the dynamics and evolution of the lithosphere, and moreover, it provides special opportunities for strengthening the interactions between basic research and the applications of geology, geophysics.

Known as sedimentary basins, these features come in many shapes and sizes. They are pervasive on Earth and form in response to complex geologic processes.

At their largest, sedimentary basins can be hundreds to thousands of kilometers in horizontal dimensions and contain more than 10 15 m 3 of buried materials.

This basin fill is important in.4. Natural gas geology of the Chinese sedimentary basins. Several monographs provided excellent syntheses on the natural gas geology of the Chinese sedimentary basins (e.g.

Dai et al.,Dai et al.,Dai et al., ). A brief overview is given here, as interested readers can refer to these books and references therein for detailed Cited by: This chapter discusses the petroleum potential of sedimentary basins in the developing countries.

The main oil producers are the developing countries of Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and South-East Asia and at present, they account for 60% of world crude oil production and they apparently will keep that leading position in the : V.I.

Visotsky, N.A. Kalinin, M.K. Kalinko, Kuznetsov, M.S. Modelevsky, R.B. Seiful-Mulyukov.