3 edition of Petroleum potential of southeastern Alaska found in the catalog.
Petroleum potential of southeastern Alaska
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, [Books and Open-file Reports Section, distributor] in [Denver, Colo.?]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 3-4)
|Statement||by Terry R. Bruns|
|Series||Open-file report -- 88-450I, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 88-450 I|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Total known oil and gas resources of the Arctic Alaska Petroleum Province, which encompasses the Alaska North Slope Basin and the neighbor Chukchi and Beaufort shelves, were estimated as 80 BBOE of inplace oil and about tcf of natural gas (Houseknecht and Bird, ). The petroleum potential was studied especially for numerous small Future petroleum provinces of the United States --their geology and potential: summary / Ira H. Cram --Analysis and projection of historic patterns of U.S. crude oil and natural gas / Charles L. Moore --Summary of potential petroleum resources of Region I (Alaska and Hawaii) --Alaska / George Gryc --Northern Alaska petroleum province / W.P
@ Dan Stickel, Chief Economist () [email protected] David Herbert, Revenue Sources Book Co-Editor Petroleum Economist () [email protected] Ria Hanson, Revenue Sources Book Co-Editor Economist () @ Contacts for Specific Topics Alaska Permanent Fund:?r. Tectonics and petroleum potential of the underexplored East Arctic area have been investigated as part of an IPY (International Polar Year) ://
Abstract. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) began the systematic collection of Side-Looking Airborne Radar (SLAR) data in The SLAR image data, useful for many geologic applications including petroleum exploration, are compiled into mosaics using the USGS ,scale topographic map series for format and :// Alaska’s Year Oil Production Outlook and Potential Future Developments. By. Islin Munisteri, P.E. and Pascal Umekwe With Contributions from. John Burdick, Chirag Raisharma, Steve Moothart. Edited by. Paul Decker, Ph.D. and Ed King. February Alaska Division of Oil and Gas, W. 7 th Ave, Suite Anchorage, Alaska
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PETROLEUM POTENTIAL OF SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA: A REPORT FOR THE NATIONAL HYDROCARBON ASSESSMENT PROGRAM by Terry R. Bruns U.S.
Geological Survey Middlefield Rd. Menlo Park, CA INTRODUCTION The purpose of this report is to discuss the petroleum potential (or lack thereof) of the Petroleum potential of southeastern Alaska; a report for the National Hydrocarbon Assessment Program Open-File Report I By: Terry R.
Bruns Get this from a library. Petroleum potential of southeastern Alaska: a report for the National Hydrocarbon Assessment Program. [Terry R Bruns; Geological Survey (U.S.)] Southeastern Alaska, an archipelago also known as the “panhandle” of Alaska, is an approximatmi 2 area of intensely glaciated and heavily forested mountains that rise abruptly from a complex system of deep fiords and inland marine waterways.
This area is underlain by a complex and heterogeneous assemblage of rocks, and is cut by an intricate network of thrust, normal, and strike Assessment of undiscovered petroleum resources indicates the greatest potential in the Canning–Mackenzie deformed margin and significant potential in the Canada and Alaska passive margins.
The Alaska and Canada margins are mantled with thick, growth-faulted sediment prisms, and the Chukchi Borderland contains only a thin Petroleum potential of southeastern Alaska book of :// This book introduces new evidence and re-examines data which argues for increased oil and gas exploration in the Southeastern United States.
It is the only single reference of the history of hydrocarbon exploration and discovery in the Southeast United › Energy › Fossil Fuels. The petroleum system concept is a reliable and logical way to judge and describe the petroleum potential and exploration risks of undrilled propects, plays, and basins.
In 19 chapters on petroleum system basics and 18 case study chapters, this comprehensive volume provides an integrated look at the processes of petroleum generation in active Nine main petroleum provinces containing recoverable resources totalling 61 Bbbl liquids+ Bbbloe of gas are known in the Arctic.
The three best known major provinces are: West Siberia–South Kara, Arctic Alaska and Timan–Pechora. They have been sourced principally from, respectively, Upper Jurassic, Triassic and Devonian marine source rocks and their hydrocarbons are reservoired Book Chapter Latest Mesozoic and Cenozoic magmatism in southeastern Alaska Previous syntheses concerned with the magmatic rocks of southeastern Alaska comprise a summary of post-Carboniferous volcanic activity (Brew, ), summaries of the distribution and general characteristics of the plutonic rocks (Brew and Morrell,), a Alaska - Alaska - Economy: The Alaskan economy is conditioned strongly by the state’s continuing status as a frontier.
While the high costs of labour and transportation and complicated environmental and land-use constraints still tend to discourage outside investment, major improvements in infrastructure have lowered the costs of economic transformation :// The Nanushuk Formation is a thick fluvialdeltaic and shallow-marine succession of Albian to Cenomanian Age deposited in a large east-west-trending foreland basin, widely referred to as the Colville basin (figs.
1, 2).Several sandstone facies in the Nanushuk Formation are potential reservoir targets, including fluvial channel-fill, delta-front, shoreface, and estuarine sand :// The North Slope of Alaska has re-emerged as one of the most active exploration provinces in the United States.
Recent exploration successes, economic benefits of applying innovative exploration and production technologies, evolving industry demographics, rising oil and natural gas prices, and the anticipation that North Slope natural gas resources may become economically viable and marketable Get this from a library.
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Beneficiation of potential platinum resources from southeastern Alaska (OCoLC) Online version: Dahlin, D.C. (David Clifford), Beneficiation of potential platinum resources from southeastern Alaska (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book Only Katalla’s privately owned acre patent remained open amidst all of Alaska’s vast petroleum potential of almost million acres.
Despite this setback, the Alaska Oil & Refining Company rebounded by building Alaska’s first refinery. Alaska Territory’s First Oil :// The Arctic Alaska petroleum province encompasses all lands and adjacent continental shelf areas north of the Brooks Range–Herald Arch orogenic belt and south of the northern (outboard) margin of the Beaufort Rift shoulder.
Even though only a small part is thoroughly explored, it is one of the most prolific petroleum provinces in North America with total known resources (cumulative production North Slope Inclicatecl as a Potential Petroleum Province in Published Descriptions of Oil Seepages and Systematic Geologic Reports, Before Bypublished descriptions of the oil seepages along the Arctic Coast and of the geography and geology of Alaska's North Slope had indicated the region as a potential petroleum :// Some of most ecologically sensitive lands in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, a few hundred miles west of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Petroleum production, recovery of crude oil and, often, associated natural gas from Earth.
Less dense than surrounding water, petroleum migrated up from its source beds through porous rock until it was blocked by nonporous rock and trapped by geologic features caused by folding, faulting, and erosion of Earth’s ://. This chapter summarizes the book ten parts. and petroleum potential of the Triassic strata of the northern Arabian plate Bu Hasa area of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi on the southeastern edge In book: The Coastal Forests and Mountains Ecoregion of Southeastern Alaska and the Tongass National Forest: A Conservation Assessment and Resource Synthesis, Publisher: Audubon Alaska, The Nature /_Important_Bird_Areas_in_Southeastern_Alaska.Alaska’s North Slope.
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