Gas Chromatography Data for Crude Oils, Condensates and Rock Extracts From Canadian and Selected International Sedimentary Basins-Jeanne d'Arc Basin This data set includes gas chromatograms obtained from GC-FID analyses of mainly gasoline range (i-pentane to n-octane range) and saturated hydrocarbons fractions (>n-decane) of crude oils, condensates and rock organic extracts. Compound distribution patterns and a variety of compound ratios (based on compound relative or normalized abundance) are commonly used in organic geochemistry and petroleum studies to characterize crude oils, bitumens or dispersed sedimentary organic matter, and in oil-oil and oil-source correlation studies. These data have been utilized in petroleum system analysis applied to exploration, petroleum engineering optimization and environmental impacts mitigation in most Canadian and some international sedimentary basins. The data have been collected using various gas chromatograph (GC) flame ionization detector (FID) equipment, quantified using PE Nelson client/server software with quantification results verified by a technologist. 1980-01-01 2017-01-30 Natural Resources Canada NRCan.geogratis-geogratis.RNCan@canada.ca Form DescriptorsNature and EnvironmentScience and Technologybitumencondensatescrude oilsgas chromatogramgasesgc analysisgc trace element analysisgeochemistrygeologicalgeophysicalhydrocarbonsliquid fractionationnormal alkanesoil analysisorganic extractsorganic geochemistrypetroleumpetroleum systemsrock extractssaturated hydrocarbonsolvent extractssolventssource rocks Download ZIP (pdf,xls) through HTTPZIP http://ftp.geogratis.gc.ca/pub/nrcan_rncan/vector/geology/gas_chromatograms/jeanne_darc.pdf.zip

Gas Chromatography Data for Crude Oils, Condensates and Rock Extracts From Canadian and Selected International Sedimentary Basins-Jeanne d'Arc Basin

This data set includes gas chromatograms obtained from GC-FID analyses of mainly gasoline range (i-pentane to n-octane range) and saturated hydrocarbons fractions (>n-decane) of crude oils, condensates and rock organic extracts. Compound distribution patterns and a variety of compound ratios (based on compound relative or normalized abundance) are commonly used in organic geochemistry and petroleum studies to characterize crude oils, bitumens or dispersed sedimentary organic matter, and in oil-oil and oil-source correlation studies. These data have been utilized in petroleum system analysis applied to exploration, petroleum engineering optimization and environmental impacts mitigation in most Canadian and some international sedimentary basins. The data have been collected using various gas chromatograph (GC) flame ionization detector (FID) equipment, quantified using PE Nelson client/server software with quantification results verified by a technologist.

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