New PDF release: Advances in Petrochemicals

By Vivek Patel

ISBN-10: 9535121766

ISBN-13: 9789535121763

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39]. 1. Moghra formation (Early miocene) Moghra Formation consists of marine to fluvio–marine deposits (shale and sandstone) of presumed deltaic origin, although it is associated with marine carbonate intervals. This formation is unconformably overlain by Sidi Salem Formation. 2. Sidi Salem formation (Middle miocene) The lower limit of this formation is not known in the central part of the Nile Delta where it overlies the Moghra Formation to the west and south. Sidi Salem Formation is composed mainly of mudstone with interbeds of marls, sandstones and siltstones.

Till now over 36 TCF of gas have been discovered since drilling began in 1966 [13]. The geologic history of the Nile Delta created multiple source, reservoir and seal combinations. Main source rocks are believed to occur in Late Mesozoic and Oligocene to Miocene sedimentary succession. 2. Sampling and analytical techniques A total of twenty gas samples were obtained through drill stem testing or modular dynamic testing from 20 wells located in the offshore area of the eastern and western Nile Delta fields namely, Abu Qir and North Abu Qir from the western Nile Delta while Temsah, Wakkar and Port Fouad representing the eastern Nile Delta-province and the different reservoir strati‐ graphic ages namely Miocene and Plio-Pleistocene.

1. Systems lamellar characterizations The family of tetracyano-niquelates (M (H2O) 2 [Ni (CN) 4] ⋅xH2O); M: Mn, Co and Ni, x = 1, 2, and 4 has been studied recently due to its ability to store molecules such as H2, CO2, and N2. It is known that they crystallize in three different ways, that is, phase L1, phase K, and phase L0 [7]. The forms adopted due to the water molecules present in the structure and their interaction with metals assemblers. Figure 8 shows three phases reported. Figure 8. Framework for L1 (a), K (b), and L0 (c) phases.

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