PTRL5006 Mid-term Take-home Assignment


PTRL5006 Mid-term Take-home Assignment

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General Information
This assignment should be submitted to Turnitin as a single word document, with references
included.
Academic Guidelines
In your own words, answer each of the following questions. Use references but avoid just quoting or
paraphrasing a single source, but rather use several sources to explain your response. Do not rely on
a single source or paraphrase a single source but study the questions from several sources.
For referencing, I advise the use of Zotero (available free from Zotero.org) which has both web
browser plugins and Microsoft word plugins so that you can, with a click, save a reference from
scholar.google.com for example to your Zotero database and then from work simply add citation
from the new Zotero tab in work and (after choosing a journal style format) type the title or author
and add the citation. At the end, use create bibliography to add all the references to the end of your
answers. There is plenty of help about Zotero available from the web. However, any referencing
program will work.
Marks will be deducted for incorrect citations, plagiarism or extensive paraphrasing.
Questions
Question 1. (20 marks)
Spatial-temporal changes in the depositional environment give rise to heterogeneities in the
reservoir.
a) Define the term “reservoir heterogeneity” and explain its meaning with regard to the
academic literature (not dictionaries or wikipages).
b) With examples from academic literature, explain how the deposition environment impact
reservoir heterogeneity?
Question 2. (40 marks, max 1000 words)
With reference to at least 3 journal papers, discuss how one particular stratigraphic environment
impacts reservoir quality.
Question 3. (40 marks, max 1000 words)
With reference to at least 3 journal papers, discuss how one particular stratigraphic environment
impacts source rock preservation and quality.
PS: Remember to cite each reference twice! One in-text and once at the end of your document!

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