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Sedimentary Petrology

Implications in Petroleum Industry

Edited by Ali Al-Juboury

University of Mosul

Sedimentary Petrology - Implications in Petroleum Industry provides some new information on the importance of sedimentary petrology in various disciplines that are of great significance for the evaluation and locating of oil and gas. This book focuses on the provenance history of clastic rocks, reservoir characterization and hydrocarbon exploration in carbonate reservoirs, and enhanced oil recovery based on data from petrological investigations from various regions in Asia and Europe.

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Sedimentary PetrologyImplications in Petroleum IndustryEdited by Ali Al-Juboury

Published: January 12th 2022

ISBN: 978-1-83969-301-4

Print ISBN: 978-1-83969-300-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83969-302-1

Copyright year: 2022

Books open for chapter submissions

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1. Sandstone Petrology and Provenance in Fold Thrust Belt and Foreland Basin System

By Salvatore Critelli and Sara Criniti


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2. Stylolite in Upper Cretaceous Carbonate Reservoirs from Northwestern Iraq

By Ali Al-Juboury, Mohammed A. Al-Haj and Aboosh H. Al-Hadidy


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3. Applications of Surfactants and Nanoparticles in Enhanced Oil Recovery Processes

By Christian A. Paternina


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4. Petrological and Biostratigraphic Characteristics of Pre-Cenozoic Carbonate Rocks in the Northern Song Hong Basin, Vietnam

By Mai Hoang Dam, Nguyen Tan Trieu and Lieu Kim Phuong


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5. Petro-Mineralogical and Geochemical Study of the Acid Magmatic Rocks of Tusham Ring Complex, NW Peninsular India

By Naveen Kumar and Naresh Kumar


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