2 edition of Synopsis of the geologic formations of the western part of the Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela found in the catalog.
Synopsis of the geologic formations of the western part of the Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela
Hollis Dow Hedberg
1937 in [s.l. : s.n .
Written in English
|Statement||[H. D. Hedberg, L. C. Sass]|
|Contributions||Sass, L. C|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 74-112 :|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Regional geologic and tectonic setting of the Maracaibo supergiant basin, western Venezuela. The Maracaibo basin lies mainly in northwestern Venezuela and occupies the V-shaped depression between the diverging Andes de Merida and Sierra de Perija, two offshoots of the main Cordilleran system of South America.
On the southwest the basin extends slightly into eastern Colombia. The Maracaibo Basin of western Venezuela is considered one of the most prolific petroleum producing regions in the world.
The Cretaceous interval consists mainly of fine-grained clastic and carbonate sediments deposited during a period of passive margin by: 1. The Venezuelan land area embraces somesq km lying between the Equator and latitude 10 degrees north.
The western part of the country comprises two northerly trending mountain chains which are the result of the bifurcation of the Andes. Between them lie two major bodies of water, Lake Maracaibo and the Gulf of Venezuela.
This special issue contains eight topical studies on the structure, stratigraphy, and petroleum system of the Maracaibo Basin, a supergiant basin in western Venezuela. The Maracaibo basin, which is located between two andean chains, the Merida Andes and the Sierra de Perija (fig.
l), has been subjected to several deforma- tion styles during its geologic evolution. The objective of this paper is the explanation of the different tectonic phases which deformed the sedi- ments of the Maracaibo basin. The La Luna-Misoa(l) petroleum system covers an area of ab km 2 and contributes more than 98% of the total recoverable oil reserves of billion bbl and gas reserves of tcf in the Maracaibo basin.
The system developed in two phases, with each phase having the characteristics of a unique petroleum system but both sharing the Upper Cretaceous La Luna source rock. The Maracaibo Basin has been isolated from extrabasinal drainage systems since the late Oligocene, and sediments derived from the surrounding highlands were either deposited in the basin or delivered into the neighboring Falcón Basin through a narrow marine passage (the westward extension of the Falcón Channel).Cited by: Mito Juan Formation facies are not recognized in the eastern parts of the Maracaibo Basin; in these areas, Colón Formation shale facies were deposited through the late Maastrichtian, and directly overlie La Luna Formation limestones and by: Middle Eocene Mangroves and Vegetation Changes in the Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela VALENTI´ RULL Maraven, Exploration Department, Specialized Geological Services (Palynology), BoxCaracas A, Venezuela PALAIOS,V.
13, p. – As a part of a general project that aims to reconstruct the. The geological history of Venezuela began billion years ago, when the first igneous and metamorphic rocks that gave rise to the Guayana region were formed.
The Venezuelan territory began its formation during the time in which the South American continent began to separate of the African continent, giving space to the Atlantic ocean. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE ATMOSPHERIC PARTICLES IN THE LAKE MARACAIBO BASIN WESTERN REGION, VENEZUELA.
J.A. MORALES, D. PIRELA ~, M. GONZALEZ de NAVA, B. SOSA de BORREGO, H. VELASQUEZ and L. SANCHEZ de GRATEROL. Laboratorio de Quimica Ambiental, Facultad Experimental de Ciencias, Universidad del Zulia, Maracaiboby: 1. Universidad Central de Venezuela, Facultad de Ingeniería, Escuela de Geología.
Trabajo de grado para optar al título de Ingeniero Geólogo, J. & P. Mann. Jurassic-Eocene tectonic evolution of Maracaibo basin, Venezuela, Petroleum basins of South America. AAPG Memoir –Moralez M. Beneath the Maracaibo Basin is a crystalline mass which influenced development of a platform and shelf area respectively during Cretaceous and part of the Tertiary.
A summary of oil istribution and geologic aspects of Maracaibo Basin oil fields is also included. History of oil field development is summarized. Sedimentary facies, hinge belts. 11) in western Venezuela, of the La Luna Formation, and in eastern Venezuela, of the Querecual Formation.
These deposits are predominantly limestones; the La Luna is as much as m thick, and the Querecual is much as m : Raymond W. Fary. The Maracaibo Basin in Western Venezuela is a prolific, oil-producing sedimentary basin.
The basin is bounded on the north by the Oca Fault which separates it from the Caribbean remaining sides of the basin are bounded by a branching in the northern Andes Mountains termed the Sierra de Perijá (to the west) and the Mérida Andes (to the south and east).
Eastern Venezuela is divided into three geologic-geographic provinces: The Guayana shield in the south; the Eastern Venezuelan basin in the central part; and the mountains of the Serranía del Interior and Cordillera de la Costa (Caribbean Cordillera) in the northern part.
The stratigraphy and geological history are discussed, as reflected by rocks of presumably pre-Cambrian,?Cited by: 2. The major part of Venezuela oil production is located in and around the Lake Maracaibo Basin.
The samples were collected over a 1-year period at Catatumbo and La Esperanza sites. The rainwater was acidic, with a VWA-pH of for Catatumbo and for La Esperanza.
This acidity is made up in 93% by inorganic acids (mainly H2SO4), and NH4 + is the major cation which buffer the acidity Cited by: in western Venezuela and adjacent parts of Colombia resulted in the discovery of phosphate, also of Santonian age, in the La Luna Formation, and has led to the exploration and opening of a phosphate mine at Lobatera in the State of Tachira, Venezuela, about 25 km east of the Colombian by: 6.
Evolution of the Eocene Maracaibo basin platform: The stratigraphic evolution of the Maracaibo basin during the Eocene is controlled by the oblique collision between the Caribbean plate and passive margin of South America in western Venezuela (Figure 2), and to a.
Lake Maracaibo, Spanish Lago de Maracaibo, large inlet of the Caribbean Sea, lying in the Maracaibo Basin of northwestern Venezuela. Some sources consider the water body to be the largest natural lake in South America, covering an area of about 5, square miles (13, square km), extending southward for miles ( km) from the Gulf of.
Integrating multidisciplinary information from western Venezuela Intevep, S.A. developed a comprehensive geological synthesis of the Maracaibo, Barinas and Apure basins which allow the description of 5 petroliferous systems with pods located within the Venezuelan borders: (1) Northeast of Maracaibo Basin, (2) Southwest of Maracaibo Basin, (3) Eastern Zulia, (4) Lara`s Nappes and (5).
The La Luna formation is the most prominent formation in the Maracaibo Basin and is the source rock content for majority of Bolivar Coastal Field. This is considered to be a great oil-prone source rock. At the figure to the right, the distribution in percentages of hydrocarbon generated by the La Luna formation source rocks is y: Venezuela.
Abstract. La Luna Formation is of crucial importance in the petroleum geology of northern South America, especially in Venezuela and Colombia.
La Luna Formation has been considered for a long time the main focus of study for conventional oil production, since it is the most important source rock in the Maracaibo Basin and in : A. Liborius-Parada, R. Slatt. The Maracaibo basin of Venezuela is one of the most prolific hydrocarbon basins in the world.
During the Paleogene, oblique collision between the Caribbean and South American plates produced a 4-km-thick wedge of clastic sediments, where over 40 billion barrels of hydrocarbons have been produced. Diaz Gonzalez, Felix Antonio,Architecture of a Shore-Zone Reservoir System in Barua Field, Maracaibo Basin Western Venezuela.
(Tyler, N.). Degree: MS Call Number: Thesis D Gomez Garcia, Ramon Jose,Depositional System Analysis of CX and CX Members of Misoa Formation, Bachaquero Suroeste Field, Lake Maracaibo. Start studying World Geography-Chapter 8 Test.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. The area surrounding Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela contains rich deposits of ₋₋₋₋₋₋ oil. The tropical climate of the Amazon Basin results from its location and ₋₋₋₋₋₋₋.
USGS PROVINCE: Maracaibo Basin () GEOLOGIST: C.J. Schenk TOTAL PETROLEUM SYSTEM: La Luna/Maracaibo () ASSESSMENT UNIT: Main Maracaibo Basin () DESCRIPTION: This oil and gas assessment unit covers much of the Maracaibo Basin except for the fold belt in the southwestern part of the basin.
The basin is bounded by the Perija Range. located at the NE part of the Maracaibo basin, in western Venezuela (Text-Figure 1).
The geological formations involved are La Rosa and lower Lagunillas. The La Rosa Formation unconformably overlies the Eocene Misoa For-mation.
It is approximately m thick in the type locality, but can be as thick as m in the eastern part of the basin. A bove the wetlands of the south-western part of Lake Maracaibo there can be observed an unforgettable sight – powerful and nearly continuous thunderstorm with up to 20, flashes of lightning per night.
This is the famous Catatumbo Lightning. – the most persistent thunderstorm of the world. We do not know when started the powerful light of Maracaibo Lightning – but this 4/5. Castillo, Maria Veronica,Structural Analysis of Cenozoic Fault Systems Using 3D Seismic Data in the Southern Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela.
(Fisher, W. L.). Degree: PhD Call Number: Diss C Diaz Gonzalez, Felix Antonio,Architecture of a Shore-Zone Reservoir System in Barua Field, Maracaibo Basin Western Venezuela. (Tyler, N.). Maracaibo Oil and Gas Basin one of the largest oil and gas basins in northwestern Venezuela; its southern margin extends into Colombia.
Lake Maracaibo, with maximum depths of m, occupies the southern part of the basin. The Maracaibo oil and gas basin is confined to the Maracaibo intermontane basin, which is enclosed between the Sierra de Perijá and.
The Maracaibo basin in Western Venezuela is one of the premiere petroleum basins in the world. Within the Cretaceous formations, there is evidence of multiple stratigraphic intervals containing organic rich shale and calcareous mudstone. Venezuela, Maracaibo Basin, Hydrocarbon generation, migration, accumulation – 1.
Abstract The history of hydrocarbon generation and migration in the Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela, is closely related to its stratigraphic, structural and tectonic.
According to EIA (Kuuskraa et al., ) and PDVSA Exploration (Molina et al., ), the Maracaibo Basin in Western Venezuela has two stratigraphic units of Late Cretaceous age which are considered as important unconventional shale plays in Latin America: La Luna Formation and La Grita Member of Capacho ela is ranked in 7 t place in shale oil resources, with an estimate above.
AN ECHINOID FROM THE EOCENE OF WESTERN VENEZUELA1 HARRY W. ANISGARD Geological Laboratory, Creole Petroleum Corporation, Maracaibo, Venezuela ABSTRACT-A single specimen of Eupatagus (Plagiobrissus) has been recovered in a core from the Misoa formation in Motatin-4, a well in northwestern Trujillo, west-ern Venezuela.
The Maracaibo Basin, also known as Lake Maracaibo natural region, Lake Maracaibo depression or Lake Maracaibo Lowlands, is a foreland basin and one of the eight natural regions of Venezuela, found in the northwestern corner of Venezuela in South ng o square km, it is a hydrocarbon-rich region that has produced over 30 billion bbl of oil with an estimated 44 billion bbl.
MARACAIBO-CATATUMBO BASIN (VENEZUELA, COLOMBIA) Introduction and Geologic Setting The Maracaibo Basin extends o mi2 in western Venezuela and eastern Colombia, the latter area known locally as the Catatumbo Sub-basin, Figure IV The Maracaibo/Catatumbo Basin contains a rich sequence of organic-rich marine-deposited.
Porosity Characteristics and Evolution in Fractured Cretaceous Carbonate Reservoirs, La Paz Field Area, Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela Middle Cretaceous Carbonates of the Mishrif Formation, Fateh Field, Offshore Dubai, U.A.E.
Setting and Geologic Summary of the Lower Cretaceous, Sunniland Field, Southern Florida Southeast of Lake Maracaibo, the most important axis of production growth is located within the western part of Venezuela, formed by the Ceiba, Tomoporo and Franquera fields, where a set of exploratory prospects comprise 36 potential reservoirs.
Start studying World Geography chapter 8. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.The upper Cretaceous La Luna Formation is of crucial importance in the petroleum geology of northern South-America, especially in Venezuela and Colombia.
The largest in situ oil accumulation in the world ( trillion barrels) is located in eastern Venezuela associated with the La Luna source rock.GERMERAAD J H et al Palynology of Tertiary sediments from tropical areas from UIS Geología at Universidad Industrial de Santander.
Synopsis of the geologic formations of the western part of the Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela. Bol. Geol. Min.