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Resinite-rich coals of north-east Greenland - a hitherto unrecognized, highly oil-prone Jurassic source rock / Jørgen A. Bojesen-Koefoed, Flemming G. Christiansen, Henrik I. Petersen, Stefan Piasecki, Lars Stemmerik, Hans P. Nytoft.

Title: Resinite-rich coals of north-east Greenland - a hitherto unrecognized, highly oil-prone Jurassic source rock / Jørgen A. Bojesen-Koefoed, Flemming G. Christiansen, Henrik I. Petersen, Stefan Piasecki, Lars Stemmerik, Hans P. Nytoft.
Author(s): Bojesen-Koefoed, Jørgen A.
Christiansen, Flemming G.
Petersen, Henrik I.
Piasecki, Stefan.
Stemmerik, Lars.
Nytoft, Hans P.
Date: 1996.
In: Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology. (1996.), Vol. 44(3) (1996)
Abstract: Resinite-rich, high sulphur coal in north-east Greenland indicates excellent petroleum source rocks. Rock-Eval Hydrogen Indices may exceed 700 and total generation potential is estimated at 27 million bbl/km₂. Coals are of low rank, entirely dominated by liptinite-group macerals. Biomarker distributions in saturated extract fractions display number of characteristic features including high abundance of sesqui-and diterpenoids, high pristane to phytane ratios and low CPI. These and other deposits suggest more widespread presence of such coals in Jurassic North Atlantic.
Notes:

Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology. Vol. 44(3) :458-473 (1996).

Keywords: 551.762 -- Jurassic.
622.32 -- Petroleum, extraction.
P -- Non-renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*381) -- East Greenland.
(*61) -- North Atlantic Ocean.
SPRI record no.: 139278

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