GEOLOGY CITED IN UNEVEN AREAL, STRATIGRAPHIC OIL, GAS EXTENT

Sharply uneven areal and stratigraphic distribution of the world's oil and gas reserves is a fundamental fact of petroleum geology, not a result of incomplete knowledge, two authors write in a paper published in the December 1991 issue of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin. Analysis of maps that show facies, structural forms, and oil and gas source rocks indicates that several primary factors controlled the areal distribution of source rocks their geochemical type,

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