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OIJ 2021 (12): 88–91.
Paper Number: OIJ-2021-12-088-091-RU
Published: 01 December 2021
... studies employ the classification of the Bazhenov Formation lithological types, which is centered on the modern concept of rock-forming mineral and mineraloid components distribution (clay, siliceous, carbonate minerals, and organic matter). Using the developed algorithm for a set of well logging data...
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Trans. 179 (01): 83–90.
Paper Number: SPE-949083-G
Published: 01 December 1949
... new and improved practicesfor mining oil shale. Introduction Oil shale is a sedimentary rock containing a solid mineraloid of indefinitecomposition known as kerogen. On heating oil shale, the kerogen undergoesthermal decomposition and some of the vapor products of the decomposition canbe condensed...
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Petrophysics 18 (03).
Paper Number: SPWLA-1977-vXVIIIn3a5
Published: 01 May 1977
... (or mineraloids) must be recognized and corrected for in the interpretation. Figure 4 is a crossplot of data from a sandstone in which certain zones were so heavily mineralized that they can be readily distinguished from the rest of the sandstone. In liquid-filed rock, a correction for the presence of non:quartz...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the SPWLA 27th Annual Logging Symposium, June 9–13, 1986
Paper Number: SPWLA-1986-V
... quality (porosity). The X-ray analysis also yields little or no information about rock components that do not have a definite crystalline structure. This includes mineraloids, such as kerogen, and amorphous silica, such as opal. Because of limitations due to magnification, the thin section cannot be used...
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Paper presented at the SPE Eastern Regional Meeting, October 24–27, 1989
Paper Number: SPE-19325-MS
... would develop as an intermediate step between the two end minerals. Iron Oxides and Hydrous Oxides Hematite and the mineraloid limonite are the common forms resulting from oxidation or oxidation plus hydration of ferromagnesian minerals into clay sized particles. Two structurally different FeO'OH...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the North Africa Technical Conference and Exhibition, February 14–17, 2010
Paper Number: SPE-126331-MS
... Mixture of clay and silt Limestone Mixture of shells, coral, and other marine skeletons Non-clastic Sedimentary Rocks These sedimentary rocks occur when minerals/mineraloids are precipitated directly from water, or are concentrated by organic matter/life. These components have not been...
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Paper presented at the 6th World Petroleum Congress, June 19–26, 1963
Paper Number: WPC-10024
... and very low O/H substances have the greatest "geological timescale sta- bility". Same as under 2, as a first approximat- ion. Retigen of meteorites ? Inferred carbonaceous phase of comets 9 Terrestrial tucholites and allied organic mineraloids ? Carbonaceous complex of Kaba meteo- rite ? Hydrocarbon gases...

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