Autori: SARAMET MIHAI, RADUCANU RAZVAN, CATUNEANU OCTAVIAN, CHIRILA GABRIEL
Editorial: Proceedings of the 4th WSEAS International Conference on GEOLOGY and SEISMOLOGY (GES '10), University of Cambridge, UK February 23-25, 2010, ISSN: 1790-5095 ISBN: 978-960-474-160-1, pag. 68-73, 2010.
Abstract: – The paper identifies geochemically the petroliferous system Histria on the Romanian shelf of the Black Sea
from the extension the orogene from north Dobrogea. This petroliferous system consists from the following two
subsystems: the first is of generation-expulsion type and is formed by the oligocene source rock and the second one is
of migration-accumulation type and is formed by the accumulations of gases and oil which belong to the cretacic and
eocene natural reservoirs. We have noticed through Rock-Eval analyses that the organic matter from the source rocks
is of continental nature and generates gases and at the same time is of algae nature (lacustrine and/or marine) and
generates oil and gases.
Key-Words:- Rock-Eval analysis, petroliferous basin, subsidence, hydrocarbons.
Cuvinte cheie: Rock-Eval analysis, petroliferous basin, subsidence, hydrocarbons