2 edition of Structural traps. found in the catalog.
Norman H. Foster
|Statement||compiled by Norman H. Foster and Edward A. Beaumont.|
|Series||Treatise of petroleum geology|
|Contributions||Beaumont, Edward A., American Association of Petroleum Geologists.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii,305 p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
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This type of trap occurs in regions adjacent to the Xiaokuan Fault. Download: Download high-res image (1MB) Download: Download full-size image; Fig. The superposition of sedimentary facies and structural contours, showing the distribution of different types of trap zones (bounded by a light blue line) in around the Qikeshu by: 2. Other articles where Structural trap is discussed: petroleum trap: simple system divides them into structural traps and stratigraphic traps. The most common type of structural trap is formed by an anticline, a structure with a concave (as viewed from below) roof caused by the local deformation of the reservoir rock and the impermeable cap rock.
A petroleum reservoir or oil and gas reservoir is a subsurface pool of hydrocarbons contained in porous or fractured rock eum reservoirs are broadly classified as conventional and unconventional reservoirs. In conventional reservoirs, the naturally occurring hydrocarbons, such as crude oil or natural gas, are trapped by overlying rock formations with lower . Trap. The shallow structure in Kokyar Anticline slightly differs from the deep one; the former is a compressional anticline and the latter is a fault-bent folding anticline (Figures b–d). The shallow trap area and closure increase upward; for example, N 1 x 3 trap area is km 2 and the closure is m.
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Structural Traps I: Tectonic Fold Traps (Treatise of Petroleum Geology Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields) by Edward A. Beaumont (Author), Norman H. Foster (Editor)Cited by: 2. We are a pillar of the world-wide scientific community. Our books foster scientific research, advance the science of geology and promote the most effective use of petroleum extraction & processing technology and practice.
Some of the areas we publish in include: GIS Petroleum Engineering Well Log Analysis Geological Modeling Carbonate PetrologyAuthor: Norman H. Foster and Edward A. Beaumont. Title: Structural traps 2 This book contains studies of fields that exist because of the presence of tectonic faulting.
Tectonic faulting occurs because of the release of crustal stresses. Nontectonic faulting is due to other factors, such as salt solution and collapse or detachment from sedimentary loading and slumping. - Booktraps is a program that helps children make their own books with their own stories.
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The sharing can lead to even more creativity/5(). Structural traps Traps filled with hydrocarbons can be rearranged structurally by diastrophic forces, thus un-trapping the hydrocarbons. The presence of oil staining or fluorescence on rock samples from depleted reservoirs is relatively common, indicating that trapped oil has been released by geologic forces on numerous occasions.
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The reservoir within a trap provides the storage space for the hydrocarbons. This requires adequate porosity within the reservoir interval. The porosity can be primary (depositional), secondary (diagenetic), or fractures, but it must supply enough volume to accom modate a significant amount of fluids.
Structural Traps A structural trap is a geological trap that forms as a result of changes in structure of the subsurface due to tectonic, gravitational and compactional processes i.e.
Folding, faulting etc. In petroleum geology, a trap is a geological structure affecting the reservoir rock and caprock of a petroleum system allowing the accumulation of hydrocarbons in a reservoir.
Traps can be of two types: stratigraphic or structural. Structural traps are the most important type of trap as they represent the majority of the world's discovered petroleum resources. The anticlinal theory. Classification of traps. Structural traps: caused by folding—by faulting—by fracturing.
THE FIRST essential element of a petroleum reservoir, you will recall, is the reservoir rock, and the second is the existence of connected pore spaces that are collectively capable of holding and storing petroleum.
1: Tectonic fold traps Traps associated with tectonic faulting Tectonic fold and fault traps Tectonic and nontectonic fold traps. Series Title: Treatise of petroleum geology., Atlas of oil and gas fields.
Responsibility: compiled by Edward A. Beaumont and Norman H. Foster. The driving forces for conventional accumulations (structural or stratigraphic traps) are Forces of Buoyancy which are due to differences in densities of hydrocarbons and water. In contrast, the driving forces for unconventional tight accumulations are Forces of Expulsion which are produced by high pressures.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, maps (some color) ; 29 cm. Series Title: Treatise of petroleum. Here are four traps. The anticline is a structural type of trap, as is the fault trap and the salt dome trap. Four Types Of Structural and Stratigraphic Traps The stratigraphic trap shown at the lower left is a cool one.
It was formed when rock layers at the bottom were tilted, then eroded flat. TR - Structural Traps VII (AAPG Treatise of Petroleum Geology: Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields) by Norman H. Foster and Edward A. Beaumont and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Structural Trap.
Structural trap is a type of geological trap that forms as a result of changes in the structure of the subsurface, due to tectonic, diapiric, gravitational and compactional processes.
These changes block the upward migration of hydrocarbons and can lead to the formation of a petroleum reservoir. Others may be due partly to sedimentological and partly to structural developments (e.g.
some types of inconformity traps), or purely structural (e.g. an anticline). To start with the purely structural trap, this depends on the tectonic environment (contraction, extension or strike-slip) in which it was created (see Sect.
).Cited by: 5. Structural Traps VI: Treatise of Petroleum Geology Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields Compiled by Norman H. Foster and Edward A. Beaumont, Published by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. ISBN $ Review by Christopher G. Kendall. Types of structural traps Folding trap Anticlinal trap Salt dome trap Faulting trap Fault trap Categories of structural trap 1.
Anticlinal trap / fold trap The rock layers in an anticlinal trap were originally laid down horinzontally then folded upward into an arch or dome. Later, hydrocarbon migrate into porous and permeable reservoir rock.
Petroleum trap, underground rock formation that blocks the movement of petroleum and causes it to accumulate in a reservoir that can be exploited.
The oil is accompanied always by water and often by natural gas; all are confined in a porous and permeable reservoir rock, which is usually composed of sedimentary rock such as sandstones, arkoses, and fissured limestones and .Figure 5.
Folded strata that form a structural trap. From Broadhead1. Stratigraphic traps (Figure 6) are formed when the reservoir rock is deposited as a discontinuous layer.
Seals are deposited beside and on top of the reservoir. A common example of this type of trap is a coastal barrier island. Impermeable shale seals areFile Size: KB. structural trap, structure [ One in which entrapment of oil or gas results from faulting, folding, a combination of both or other deformation] strukturelle Falle f, Strukturfalle.