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    Pinar O. Yilmaz,Gary H. Isaksen
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    American Association Of Petroleum Geologists (January 1, 2007)
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Throughout time, the greater Caspian area has maintained its position as one of the major petroleum provinces in the world. Its early history as a prolific producer of oil is well known. Caspian region exploration dates to the seventh century .

Throughout time, the greater Caspian area has maintained its position as one of the major petroleum provinces in the world. during the time of the Median Kingdom in today's southern Azerbaijan. Oil played an important role in the everyday lives of th Throughout time, the greater Caspian area has maintained its position as one of the major petroleum provinces in the world.

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Geology and Petroleum Potential of the Caspian Sea Region, in: Unlocking the Assets: Energy and the . Crude Oil and Alternate Energy Production Forecasts for the Twenty-first Century: The End of Hydrocarbon Era, AAPG Bulletin, 81, 8, pp. 1292–1305.

Geology and Petroleum Potential of the Caspian Sea Region, in: Unlocking the Assets: Energy and the Future of Central Asia and the Caucasus. Houston, TX, Rice University. McCutcheon, . and Osbon, R. (2000).

The greater Caspian area has maintained its position as one of the major petroleum provinces in the world. during the time of the Median Kingdom in today’s southern Azerbaijan. Oil played an important role in the everyday lives of these ancient tribes of the region, and it is still a very important commodity today

AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków.

Petroleum geology is the study of origin, occurrence, movement, accumulation, and exploration of hydrocarbon fuels.

The American Association of Petroleum Geologists is an international organization with over 38,000 members in 100-plus countries. The purposes of this Association are to advance the science of geology. Petroleum Geology plays an important role in today's society. Politics and prices often overshadow the story of what happens before the oil and gas ever reaches the headlines.

Oil and gas production. The company develops the complete cycle of gas production and processing, gas-based power generation, and output of finished products and petrochemical feedstock

Oil and gas production. The company develops the complete cycle of gas production and processing, gas-based power generation, and output of finished products and petrochemical feedstock. most divisions of the company are involved in the whole range of prospecting and reservoir management operations, construction of facilities and pipelines, environmental safety, and process automation. Our crucial competitive advantage lies in advanced petroleum production technology successfully applied by its own service subdivisions

The petroleum geology of these priority and boutique provinces is. .The Middle Caspian basin occupies a large area between the Great Caucasus foldbelt and the southern edge of the Pre-cambrian Russian craton.

The petroleum geology of these priority and boutique provinces is described in this series of reports. The purpose of this effort is to aid in assessing the quanti-ties of oil, gas, and natural gas liquids that have the potential to be added to reserves within the next 30 years. The petroleum system constitutes the basic geologic unit of the oil and gas assessment. The basin also includes the central part of the Caspian Sea and the South Mangyshlak subbasin east of the sea.

Throughout time, the greater Caspian area has maintained its position as one of the major petroleum provinces in the world. Its early history as a prolific producer of oil is well known. Caspian region exploration dates to the seventh century B.C., during the time of the Median Kingdom in today's southern Azerbaijan. Oil played an important role in the everyday lives of these ancient tribes of the region, and it is still a very important commodity today.

The past two decades have seen many important advances in our knowledge of the geological evolution of hydrocarbon-bearing sedimentary basins. The success of modern exploration is, to a large extent, based on new advances in both deep and 3-D seismic imaging, as well as improved pressure-prediction and pre-drill oil and gas quality predictive methodologies, to mention just a few.

Nevertheless, large areas of the greater Caspian region have remained unexplored due to a variety of factors such as deep-water conditions and zones with high pore-pressures in the South Caspian Sea and The Black Sea, and vast shallow-water regions with harsh winter ice conditions in the North Caspian Sea.

This publication contains 12 extended abstracts and 6 full-length papers that discuss technology development, challenges in estimating proven and potential reserves, outcrop-based studies of potential reservoirs, regional tectonics and geodynamic evolution, and source rock and stratigraphic analyses of the greater Caspian area.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

Founded in 1917, AAPG is the world's largest professional geological society.

AAPG is a pillar of the world-wide scientific community. Our books foster timely scientific research, advance the science of geology and promote the most efficient methods of energy exploration & processing technology and practices available today.

Some of the areas we publish in include: Well Log Analysis Geological Modeling Carbonate Petrology Seismic Imaging Reservoir Characterization Regional Petroleum Analysis Tectonics and Sedimentation Stratigraphy