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Course Name: EMBA/OG/Semester-2/MDSO802D-Fundamentals of Petroleum Exploration/Jan2015-Assignment 2


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Assessment Name: EMBA/OG/Semester-2/MDSO802D-Fundamentals of Petroleum Exploration/Jan2015-Assignment 2
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A suitable reservoir rock must be --------------- to


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make it economically feasible
forText:
the operating
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A suitable reservoir rock must be --------------- to make it economically feasible for the operating company to drill for and prod
company to drill for and produce them.a.
Porousb.
Porousb.
Permeablec. Contain enough hydrocarbonsd. All of above
Permeablec. Contain enough hydrocarbonsd. All of
above

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Lower permeabilities may be used for -------.

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Question Text: Lower permeabilities may be used for -------.

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Liqued Production
Solid Production
Gas production
None of these

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The hydrocarbon fuel in oil shale isa. petroleumb.


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kerogenc. natural gasd.
methane
Question Text: The hydrocarbon fuel in oil shale isa. petroleumb. kerogenc. natural gasd. methane
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Platts is known for its expertise in price assessment Multiple Response


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energy sector. It has earned
a unique
place is
forknown
itself for its expertise in price assessment energy sector. It has earned a unique place for itself by meeting the need
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Text: Platts
by meeting the need for : Option
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Setting up the official
price of crude oil
Impartial Information
Market Price
Transparency
Real Time News
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The roof (rocks) forms:a. A sealb. A barrierc.


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Conditions for a poold.Question
All of above
Text: The roof (rocks) forms:a. A sealb. A barrierc. Conditions for a poold. All of above

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The ------------- material must have a lower


permeability than the existing rock material though
which the hydrocarbons are flowing.a. Trap b.
Organicc. Inorganicd. None of these

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Question Text: The ------------- material must have a lower permeability than the existing rock material though which the hydrocarbons are fl
Organicc. Inorganicd. None of these

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The underlying principles in the Official Selling Price


system are:

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Question Text: The underlying principles in the Official Selling Price system are:

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It is a declared price (or
posted price) by the
While
the price,
seller, setting
uniformly
the
sellers to
usually
applicable
all themake
The
price
has region.
been
the
price
in line
buyers
in level
the
agreed
in
advance.
with
the
spot
price
in
There is no room for
As
itrespective
is a monthly
the
negotiation.
Buyers
average
of the
daily
destination
market.
have little choice
with
assessment, the price
regard to price.
gets moderated by the
law of average.

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Reservoirs may be created in river valleys by the


construction of a dam or may be built by excavation
in the ground or by conventional construction
techniques such as brickwork or cast concrete.

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Question Text: Reservoirs may be created in river valleys by the construction of a dam or may be built by excavation in the ground or by conv
construction techniques such as brickwork or cast concrete.
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2D data can often be distorted with diffractions and


events produced from:a. Offline geologic
structuresb. Making accuratec. Interpretations
difficultd. All of these

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Question Text: 2D data can often be distorted with diffractions and events produced from:a. Offline geologic structuresb. Making accuratec. In
difficultd. All of these
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Traps associated with salt domes may form ------

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Question Text: Traps associated with salt domes may form ------

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In the strata overlying


the salt dome
In the top of the salt
domes
In the strata that curve
upward against the salt
Due to stratigraphic
intrusion
pinch-out of strata
around the salt dome

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The acquisition and processing of reflection seismic


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data usually result in a _________ image of acoustic
impedance interfaces.

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Question Text: The acquisition and processing of reflection seismic data usually result in a _________ image of acoustic impedance interfaces
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seismic

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The size of the accumulation depends only upon the


amount of available petroleum source materials.

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Question Text: The size of the accumulation depends only upon the amount of available petroleum source materials.
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The ------------- of a rock is a measure of its ability


to hold a fluid.a. Porousityb. Permeablityc.
hydrocarbonsd. All of above

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Question Text: The ------------- of a rock is a measure of its ability to hold a fluid.a. Porousityb. Permeablityc. hydrocarbonsd. All of above

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The term reservoir may be used to describe


naturally occurring underground reservoirs such as
those beneath:a. Oil or waterb. Gas and Oilc. Gas
and Waterd. Oil, Gas and Water

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Question Text: The term reservoir may be used to describe naturally occurring underground reservoirs such as those beneath:a. Oil or wa
Gas and Waterd. Oil, Gas and Water
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The distance that oil and gas move from the source
area to the ------- depends on the proximity of a
trap or barrier to the source area.

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Question Text: The distance that oil and gas move from the source area to the ------- depends on the proximity of a trap or barrier to the sou

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Grass Area

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Land Area
Top area
Trap area
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Porosity can bea. Original Intergranular Porosityb.


Solution Porosityc. Fracture Porosityd. All of above

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Question Text: Porosity can bea. Original Intergranular Porosityb. Solution Porosityc. Fracture Porosityd. All of above

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George Geologist says that he found a sandstone in


a road cut. Therefore, the rock ------------a. must
contain quartzb. contains sand-sized grainsc. is
mineralogically matured. is texturally mature

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Question Text: George Geologist says that he found a sandstone in a road cut. Therefore, the rock ------------a. must contain quartzb. contain
grainsc. is mineralogically matured. is texturally mature
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Which of the following statement is most correct


with respect to combination traps?

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Question Text: Which of the following statement is most correct with respect to combination traps?

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The traps, which are


formed due to a
combined effect of
structural, stratigraphic
and seals in varying
proportion
The traps, which are
formed due to a
combined effect of
membrane seal,
hydraulic seal and fluid
The traps, which are
barriers in varying
formed due to a
proportion
combined effect of
membrane seal,
hydraulic seal in varying
The
traps, which are
proportion
formed due to a
combined effect of
structural, stratigraphic
and fluid barriers in
varying proportion

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The proven oil reserves of North America in 2011, as Multiple Choice


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a percentage of the global
proven
reserves,
was
Question Text: The proven oil reserves of North America in 2011, as a percentage of the global proven reserves, was about:a) 5 percentb) 10
about:a) 5 percentb) 10 percentc) 15 percentd)
percentd) 20
20 percent
percent
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The Middle East is a global importance today


because it-----

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Question Text: The Middle East is a global importance today because it-----

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Has become a model of


economic and political
Allows major European
equality
powers to retain their
Provides
much
of the
spheres of
influence
petroleum used by
industrial nations
Remains a primary
source of uranium

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The accuracy of electrical survey is largely


dependent on the geological conditions like:a.
Presence of highly resistant bedsb. Persistence of
their composition and thicknessc. Resistivity of
underground watersd. Reflection of underground
waters

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Question Text: The accuracy of electrical survey is largely dependent on the geological conditions like:a. Presence of highly resistant bedsb. P
composition and thicknessc. Resistivity of underground watersd. Reflection of underground waters

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Can a mineralogically mature sedimentary rock be


immature?

True and False

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Question Text: Can a mineralogically mature sedimentary rock be immature?


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This type of trap is a results from some catalysmic


geologic event that creates a barrier and prevents
further migration.a. Structural Trapsb. Stratigraphic
Trapsc. Unstructural Trapsd. Unstratigraphic Traps

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Question Text: This type of trap is a results from some catalysmic geologic event that creates a barrier and prevents further migration.a. Stru
Stratigraphic Trapsc. Unstructural Trapsd. Unstratigraphic Traps

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Seismic exploration is the primary method of


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exploring for hydrocarbon deposits, on land, under
the sea and in the transition zone (the interface area
between the sea and land).

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Question Text: Seismic exploration is the primary method of exploring for hydrocarbon deposits, on land, under the sea and in the transition z
area between the sea and land).
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Downhole methods are especially useful for


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------------------ determining seismic wave velocities,
since the distance of equipment down the hole is a
known value.

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Question Text: Downhole methods are especially useful for ------------------ determining seismic wave velocities, since the distance of equipm
a known value.
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Accurately
Approximetly
Feasible
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Porosity of a rock is a measure of its ability to hold a Multiple Choice


-------.

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Question Text: Porosity of a rock is a measure of its ability to hold a -------.

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Fluid
Liqued
Solid
Gas

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A ------- consists of an impervious stratum that


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overlies the reservoir rock
thereby
prohibiting
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Text:
A ------- consists of an impervious stratum that overlies the reservoir rock thereby prohibiting hydrocarbons from escaping upw
hydrocarbons from escaping upward and laterally.
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The cusps (points) of oscillation ripple marks


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point:a. up - toward the
younger
materialb.
up -(points) of oscillation ripple marks point:a. up - toward the younger materialb. up - towards the older materialc. dow
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Text:
The cusps
towards the older materialc. downd. None of these
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Optimal acquisition varies according to


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---------------- conditions and involves employing the
appropriate source (both type and intensity),
optimal configurationof receivers, and orientation of
receiver lines with respect to geological features.a.
Local b. Global c. Bothd. None of these

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Question Text: Optimal acquisition varies according to ---------------- conditions and involves employing the appropriate source (both type and
configurationof receivers, and orientation of receiver lines with respect to geological features.a. Local b. Global c. Bothd. None
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The petroleums image, its promises and


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positioning, its name and
package,
the
company
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Text:
The
petroleums image, its promises and positioning, its name and package, the company that makes it, the stores that sell
that makes it, the stores that sell itall
of become
the totalapetroleum product. What is one thing they do not try to sell?
part of the total petroleum product. What
is one
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thing they do not try to sell?
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Self-Expression
Service-profit Chain
Achievement
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Porosity creates the space to hold --------------.a.


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Oilb. Gasc. Waterd. OilQuestion
and Gas Text: Porosity creates the space to hold --------------.a. Oilb. Gasc. Waterd. Oil and Gas

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The surface expression of a migration pathway,


along which petroleum is currently flowing is known
as _________

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Question Text: The surface expression of a migration pathway, along which petroleum is currently flowing is known as _________
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Mathematically, porosity is the open space in a rock Multiple Choice


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divided by the -------------.a.
Total
rock
areab. Total porosity is the open space in a rock divided by the -------------.a. Total rock areab. Total rock volume (solid an
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Text:
Mathematically,
rock volume (solid and space)c. Total desityd.
rock desityd.
Total rock (Solid only)
Total rock (Solid only)
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Oil migrates :a. In any directionb. Covers great


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distances c. It follows Question
the path of
leastOilresistance
Text:
migrates to
:a. In any directionb. Covers great distances c. It follows the path of least resistance to the point where it either e
the point where it either escapes or goes
no
farther.d.
All of these
farther.d. All of these
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This impervious stratum is called:a. Roof rockb. Spill Multiple Choice


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pointc. Vertical closureQuestion
d. Areal Text:
closure
This impervious stratum is called:a. Roof rockb. Spill pointc. Vertical closure d. Areal closure

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The most established market in _________ sensing Fill in the Answers


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is in the area of natural
resources
in exploration
of
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Text:
The most established
market in _________ sensing is in the area of natural resources in exploration of oil, gas, and minerals
oil, gas, andminerals
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A crosshole survey measures the seismic responses Multiple Choice


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of geophones in ------------borehole
a source survey
in
Question
Text: Atocrosshole
measures the seismic responses of geophones in ------------- borehole to a source in another borehole.
another borehole.
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A reservoir is a natural or artificial lake, storage pond Multiple Choice


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or impoundment from Question
a dam which
is
used
to
store
Text: A reservoir is a natural or artificial lake, storage pond or impoundment from a dam which is used to store ----------a. Oilb. Wat
----------a. Oilb. Waterc. Gasd. Crude Oil
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Do conventional oils need more treatment than


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unconventional oils?a. Question
Yesb. Noc.
Some
None oils need more treatment than unconventional oils?a. Yesb. Noc. Some timed. None of these
Text:
Dotimed.
conventional
of these
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Oil and gas exploration activities for large areas


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require ----------- or ------------surveys
to facilitate
Question Text:
Oil and
gas exploration activities for large areas require ----------- or ------------- surveys to facilitate detailed geological interp
detailed geological interpretations for subsurface
subsurface features.a. Airborne magnetic, Ground magneticb. Airborne magnetic, Ground gravityc. Airborne gravity, Ground m
features.a. Airborne magnetic, GroundOption
magneticb.
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gravity,
Ground gravity
Airborne magnetic, Ground gravityc. Airborne
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The Seismic _________ techniques are the most


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widely used geophysical
technique
in hydrocarbon
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Text:
The Seismic _________ techniques are the most widely used geophysical technique in hydrocarbon exploration
exploration
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reflection

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A reservoir is a natural or artificial lake, storage pond True and False


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or impoundment from Question
a dam which
to store
Text:is Aused
reservoir
is a natural or artificial lake, storage pond or impoundment from a dam which is used to store oil.
oil.

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Secondary stratigraphic traps result from -------

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Question Text: Secondary stratigraphic traps result from -------

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Variations that
developed after
Variations
that
sedimentation
developed before
Variations that
sedimentation
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The _________ Seismic Profile surveying involves


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recording the responses
of geophones
in a_________
borehole Seismic Profile surveying involves recording the responses of geophones in a borehole or well for sources at th
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Text: The
or well for sources at the earths surface.
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By selecting good-------------, seismic data quality Multiple Choice


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can improve and by selecting
good
access
to
seismic
Question Text: By selecting good-------------, seismic data quality can improve and by selecting good access to seismic lines, environmenta
lines, environmental impact and safety
risks
are
risks
are
minimized.a. Offset locations, Seismic qualityb. Sourceoffset locations, Seismic data qualityc. source locations, data q
minimized.a. Offset locations, SeismicOption
qualityb.
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these
Sourceoffset locations, Seismic data qualityc.
source
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Oil migrating from ------------- moves upward


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through various permeable
strata
andOil
eventually
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Text:
migrating from ------------- moves upward through various permeable strata and eventually becomes trapped under the ro
becomes trapped under the roof.a. Source
rock rockc.
b.
Reservoir
Cap rockd. Top rock
Reservoir rockc. Cap rockd. Top rock Option
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Many companies are moving to a new level in


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creating value for theirQuestion
customers.
They
arecompanies are moving to a new level in creating value for their customers. They are developing and delivering total cust
Text:
Many
developing and delivering total customer
Whereas products are tangible and services are intangible, experiences are----experiences. Whereas products are tangible
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The worst oil spill in United States waters was thea. Multiple Choice
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Santa Barbara spillb. Amoco
Cadiz
spillc.
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Text:
TheExxon
worst oil spill in United States waters was thea. Santa Barbara spillb. Amoco Cadiz spillc. Exxon Valdez spilld. Torrey Canyo
Valdez spilld. Torrey Canyon spill
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The upper hull of Submersible Rigs contains:a. The


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living quarters for the Question
crewb. The
actual
Text:
Thedrilling
upper hull of Submersible Rigs contains:a. The living quarters for the crewb. The actual drilling platformc. a and bd. None
platformc. a and bd. None of these
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Oil production by the Middle East countries in 2011, Multiple Choice


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as a percentage of global
production,
wasproduction
about: a) by the Middle East countries in 2011, as a percentage of global production, was about: a) 20 percentb) 31 perce
Question
Text: Oil
20 percentb) 31 percentc) 42 percentd)
percent
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percent
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Which of the following sandstones would have the


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highest mineralogical maturity?a.
quartz
areniteb.
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Which
of the following sandstones would have the highest mineralogical maturity?a. quartz areniteb. arkosec. litharenited. Can
arkosec. litharenited. Can't tell
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Property of Structural traps:a. Most Commonb. Most Multiple Choice


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easily foundc. In this trap
at least
80 percent
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Text:
Propertyofofthe
Structural traps:a. Most Commonb. Most easily foundc. In this trap at least 80 percent of the world's oil and gas ha
world's oil and gas has been discovered.d.
All of
discovered.d.
All of above
above
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The ------- of oil and gas is movement within the


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fine-grained portion ofQuestion
the mature
source
rock. of oil and gas is movement within the fine-grained portion of the mature source rock.
Text:
The -------

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Secondry Migration
Primary migration
Migration
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Which of the following is practiced chiefly in working Multiple Choice


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out the geology of petroleum
deposits?`
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Text: Which of the following is practiced chiefly in working out the geology of petroleum deposits?`

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Picking
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Near surface studies indicate that the geothermal


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gradient is about 30 o Question
C per kilometer.
If the
radiusstudies indicate that the geothermal gradient is about 30 o C per kilometer. If the radius of the Earth is about 6,0
Text: Near
surface
of the Earth is about 6,000 kilometersiswhat
is the
the expected
temperature at the center (in o C)?a. 1,800 degrees Cb. 18,000 degrees Cc. 180,000 degrees Cd. None of the
expected temperature at the center (in
o C)?a.
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Permeability allows the oil and gas to flow ---------- Multiple Choice
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of the rock.a. Inb. Outc.
Bothd. Text:
None Permeability
of these
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allows the oil and gas to flow ---------- of the rock.a. Inb. Outc. Bothd. None of these

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Which of the following statements are true?a) The


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reserves of shale gas are
about Text:
the same
as of
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proven reserves of natural gas.b) Combustion
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A trap is basically geometry of the reservoir


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The upper temperature of a gas turbine is typicallya) Multiple Choice


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What are needed for production of oil and gas.a.


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Migration is the process of the oil and gas moving


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away from the -------. Question Text: Migration is the process of the oil and gas moving away from the -------.

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This types of trap is a natural development of the


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Much oil and gas moves away or migrates from the


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e for the operating company to drill for and produce them.a.

hane

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b. Permeablityc. hydrocarbonsd. All of above

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nd reservoirs such as those beneath:a. Oil or waterb. Gas and Oilc.

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s on the proximity of a trap or barrier to the source area.

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rock ------------a. must contain quartzb. contains sand-sized

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materialb. up - towards the older materialc. downd. None of these

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employing the appropriate source (both type and intensity), optimal


ogical features.a. Local b. Global c. Bothd. None of these

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the company that makes it, the stores that sell it all become a part

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ntly flowing is known as _________

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.a. Total rock areab. Total rock volume (solid and space)c. Total rock

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of least resistance to the point where it either escapes or goes no

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sources in exploration of oil, gas, and minerals

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-- borehole to a source in another borehole.

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dam which is used to store ----------a. Oilb. Waterc. Gasd. Crude Oil

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oc. Some timed. None of these

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dam which is used to store oil.

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geophones in a borehole or well for sources at the earth s surface.

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a and eventually becomes trapped under the roof.a. Source rock b.

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co Cadiz spillc. Exxon Valdez spilld. Torrey Canyon spill

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production, was about: a) 20 percentb) 31 percentc) 42 percentd)

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ty?a. quartz areniteb. arkosec. litharenited. Can't tell

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kilometer. If the radius of the Earth is about 6,000 kilometers what


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out the same as the proven reserves of natural gas.b) Combustion


our and carbon dioxide. d) The combustion of 10 kg of carbon
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