Written from the petroleum industry's point of view, the text offers an extensive outline of the most salient features of petroleum development geology. Laudon explains why development geology is significant in a concise, easy-to-read format, with an emphasis on the reasons for becoming a development geologist in terms of the scientific discipline and personal ethics. The most important concepts of development geology are also examined, as well as its prominence in the present and the future.
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Principles of Petroleum Development Geology examines concepts that are fundamental to the success of tomorrow's petroleum geologists whether they call themselves exploration, development or environmental geologists. Petroleum development geology contains strong aspects of structural geology, reservoir engineering, drilling engineering, petrophysics, reflection seismology, and petroleum land management. This textbook is designed to outline the most salient aspects of these disciplines as they apply to development geology. Written on an introductory level, the book places emphasis on principles. Field examples and practical problems with solutions are included.
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