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By Jim Brooks

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Petroleum geochemistry has became out to be greater than one other step within the path to quantify geology and geosciences quite often. Petroleum geochemistry because it is this day could be the triggering occasion that brings the opposite branches of geosciences like sedimentology, stratigraphy, structural geology, geophysics and others to a fruitful synthesis as evidenced by means of built-in basin experiences

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This simplistic approach was superseded by m o r e sophisticated considerations of t h e effects of pressure on p e t r o l e u m formation. It was assumed that p e t r o l e u m is formed by thermal decomposition of large k e r o g e n molecules, and therefore that t h e most important consideration was possible retardation of kerogen decomposition by t h e buildup of internal pressure from volatile light hydrocarbons. Low pressures were therefore believed to favour kerogen decomposition (Louis a n d Tissot, 1967), but w e r e not thought to b e nearly as important as t e m p e r a t u r e .

FIG. 11. Burial history and hydrocarbon generation in Palaeozoic rocks at three locations in the Illizi Basin, Algeria. Hydrocarbon generation predicted using the model of Tissot (1969). , 1975. Reprinted with permission. 42 D. W. WAPLES the present or at any time in the past by merely summing the amount of thermal exposure attained in discrete time intervals in the past (see Waples 1980 for an example). In Lopatin's original scheme (1971) each 10°C t e m p e r a t u r e interval is assigned a t e m p e r a t u r e factor (y) based on consideration of the kinetics of oil generation.

H u c k and Karweil, 1955; Cummins and R o b i n s o n , (3θρ-3/ε ιυα) ΝΟΙ1ΓΠΟΛ3 3NVH13W JO 31VU 300° 400° 500° 600° T E M P E R A T U R E (°C) FIG. 4. Rate of methane evolution from coal for eight parallel reactions as a function of pyrolysis temperature during programmed-temperature pyrolysis. Each numbered curve represents one of the parallel reactions. A Gaussian distribution is assumed for the initial-1 1 concentrations of the eight starting materials. Activation energies assumed, in kcal m o l -1 (4) 1354 1(226); (5) 56 (234); (6) 58 (kJ m o r ) , are: (1) 48 (201); (2) 50 (209); (3) 5215 (217); (242); (7) 60 (251); (8) 62 (259).

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