Handbook of Offshore Oil and Gas Operations by Speight
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Handbook of Offshore Oil and Gas Operations by Speight



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Author of Handbook of Offshore Oil and Gas Operations

DR JAMES G. SPEIGHT

Dr. James G. Speight, who has doctorate degrees in Chemistry, Geological Sciences, and Petroleum Engineering, is the author of more than 60 books in petroleum science, petroleum engineering, and environmental sciences.

He has served as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Chemical and Fuels Engineering at the University of Utah and in the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Wyoming.

In addition, he has been a Visiting Professor in Chemical Engineering at the following universities: the University of Missouri-Columbia, the Technical University of Denmark, and the University of Trinidad and Tobago.

Handbook of Offshore Oil and Gas Operations Contents


  • Introduction 
  • 1Offshore Oil and Gas
  •  Formation and Accumulation
  • Formation
  • Accumulation
  • Composition 
  • Definition of Oil and Gas
  • Conventional Crude Oil 
  • Natural Gas
  • Gas Condensate
  • Gas Hydrates
  • Opportunity Crudes 
  • High Acid Crudes
  • Foamy Oil 
  • Heavy Oil 
  • Extra Heavy Oil
  • Tar Sand Bitumen 
  • Resources and Reserves

Preface to Offshore Oil and Gas Operations Handbook


Offshore oil and gas fields have received much attention since the first out an of-sight-land offshore platform that produced oil went on stream in 1947.

Since that time, the design and construction of offshore pipelines and platforms have continued and the technology capable of finding and producing oil in deepwater and in harsh environments around the world have seen remarkable developments.

As the industry enters a new era in technology, the offshore industry will continue to provide current and future supplies of oil and gas. This text deals with the science and technology of offshore oil and gas production.

The book contains extensive coverage of offshore operations, including a historic background of offshore operations.

The authors compare and contrast offshore operations and gas and oil properties to onshore operations throughout the text.

In addition, this book provides coverage and discussion on the environmental impact of the offshore oil and gas industry.

Specifically, worldwide advances in studies, control, and prevention of the impact of offshore crude oil and natural gas on the marine environment are addressed.

Based on currently available information, environmental requirements for discharges and seawater quality are also presented.

This book can be used as a classroom text as well as a reference book for information on subsea exploration, drilling and completing wells, development systems, fixed structures, production systems, transportation, and related environmental issues.

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