Course Code: G137/G13W/X
INSTITUTE OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERING
DEGREE OF MSc / DIPLOMA IN PETROLEUM ENGINEERING
PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCE Module G11PG
Monday 15 December 2008, 09:30 12:30 (3 hours)
This is a closed book examination
Answers to Section A:
Describe the concept of heterogeneity, and how calculating the
coefficient of variation for permeability data helps to define formation
heterogeneity (Note that heterogeneity is not equivalent to heterolithics).
Answer ALL Questions, in the space provided in this book.
What are the main differences between Igneous, Metamorphic and
Igneous rocks are formed by crystallization from magma, so are
crystalline (coarse or fine,
Answers to Short Questions 2004 Model Exam:
A1. Cenozoic, Jurassic, Eocene (exact numerical ages are not important)
Cenozoic is the name of an Era, meaning young life. Cenozoic contains Tertiary and
Quaternary periods, and is less than 65 Myrs Before Pres
Explain what you understand about the
following terms or topics that relate to
petroleum geoscience. Use a sketch or
example as appropriate.
Pliocene (exact numerical
ages are not important)