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Introduction to Petroleum Exploration for Non-Geologists

By: Robert Stonely

120 pages, B/w photos, line illus

Oxford University Press

Hardback | Mar 1995 | #41405 | ISBN: 0198548567
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About this book

Based on a Joint Association for Petroleum Exploration Course (JAPEC).

"I was hooked from page one. ... At the end of the book you will feel that you have been on the course and that all you now need is the T-shirt! I commend the book highly, not only to anyone in the field or to those associated with the industry, but to everyone who wants to understand the world about them just that little bit more." -- Geoscientist
"A short, easy-to-read book that explains how petroleum occurs and how geologists explore for it. . . .A good overview of petroleum exploration and, I might add, a good reference."--Geomedia


Introduction; 1. The occurrence of petroleum; 2. Exploration methods; 3. Reservoir geology; 4. North Sea case history

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