Commercial development and application of the Re-Os geochronometer and tracer to petroleum systems
Whilst the potential utility of the Rhenium-Osmium system to petroleum systems is now proven, its wide scale application and routine development by industry during exploration is still very much in its infancy. Thus, engagement with industry is needed to develop a portfolio of asset-based case studies needed to improve the understanding of Rhenium-Osmium systematics and assess the general applicability of the method to hydrocarbon-bearing basins worldwide.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Durham University, United Kingdom
Publication date: November 1, 2016
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