Marine petroleum source rocks by James Brooks, A. J. Fleet, Geological Society of London,

By James Brooks, A. J. Fleet, Geological Society of London, Geological Society of London. Marine Studies Group, Geological Society of London. Petroleum Geochemistry Group

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Microscopic and pyrolysis methods are used routinely to identify the type of organic matter and its level of maturity. It is ~ Analysis Type . of the analysis ,.. Chemical (on rock) Organiccarbon Transmitted lights (Palynofacies, alteration) Microscopy Reflected light (on rock/kerogen) Fluorescent light Pyrolysis (on rock) Physicochemical (on kerogen) . Rock-Eval, or Oil ShowAnalyzer . -- >, ,_ 9 0 ~_ ,o~ o~ 9 9 9 @ O O O Elemental analysis O O Fluorescent Studies Pyrolysis gc. ) 0 Amount of HC Chemical (on extract or crude oil) o~ O Good @ Fair @ @ @ @ O O Lowor limitationsof use Fla.

Of the analysis ,.. Chemical (on rock) Organiccarbon Transmitted lights (Palynofacies, alteration) Microscopy Reflected light (on rock/kerogen) Fluorescent light Pyrolysis (on rock) Physicochemical (on kerogen) . Rock-Eval, or Oil ShowAnalyzer . -- >, ,_ 9 0 ~_ ,o~ o~ 9 9 9 @ O O O Elemental analysis O O Fluorescent Studies Pyrolysis gc. ) 0 Amount of HC Chemical (on extract or crude oil) o~ O Good @ Fair @ @ @ @ O O Lowor limitationsof use Fla. 14. Methods for source rock analysis and characterization: applications and efficiency in studies are indicated (after Tissot & Welte 1978).

8. Benthic environment and petroleum source rock deposition. Organic facies mapping depends upon a clear understanding of the relationship between early depositional factors and kerogen types (after Demaison et al. 1983, with permission). -jo VENTILATED OPEN OCEAN Ft~. 9. Source bed deposition in open marine environment. Such environments occur where the oxygenminimum layer contains an anoxic, or sub-oxic core which impinges upon a continental slope or shelf. These environments, when reinforced by coastal upwelling, can lead to profile source bed deposition (after Demaison et aL 1983; with permission).

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