Bookcover of THE GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE TAKULA FIELD IN ANGOLA
Booktitle:

THE GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE TAKULA FIELD IN ANGOLA

FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE OIL GAS PRODUCTION

Our Knowledge Publishing (2020-05-25 )

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ISBN-13:

978-620-2-50286-3

ISBN-10:
620250286X
EAN:
9786202502863
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
The object of this book is the geological structure of the Takula field and the prospects for the development of oil and gas production. The purpose of the thesis is to study the features of the geological structure and the prospects for the development of the oil and gas industry in the Takula field. The thesis contains a brief overview of the geology and exploration of the African zone of the Atlantic Ocean, the tectonic and geological structure of the shelf zone of the Takula field, the stratigraphic section of the Kabinda region, seismic sections of the structural structure of the Takula field, the history of development and development of the Takula field, as well as methods used to increase oil recovery. The final part of the thesis is the environmental impact of the oil and gas facilities and the environmental problems of the oil and gas industry. So far, the significance of the Angolan Takula field, the Angolan oil industry, and Block 0 Concession can be estimated as very large. This significance depends on the total oil production from the productions formations of the field and economic indicators.
Publishing house:
Our Knowledge Publishing
Website:
https://sciencia-scripts.com
By (author) :
Sofonie Dala
Number of pages:
100
Published at:
2020-05-25
Stock:
Available
Category:
Geosciences
Price:
37.90 €
Keywords:
Geological structure, Takula field, Oil and Gas production, Angola, environmental problems, Tectonic, Pre sal and post salt oil reserves

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