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Oil bituminous shales source rocks with variable amountsof solid kerogen type II are the conditions for changing the oil that is not provided for them. Each of these shales affected in temperatureabout 150 to 170 gallons of oil produced. Therefore by reducing hydrocarbon resources, it can be a good energy source for the future. To study the geochemistry of this shale, one section of outcrops in the Kuh-e Kaino Northern Khozestan wasselected which was located in the central Zagros. Chemical analysis and thinsections were prepared from samples of carbonate shale. These deposits with a thickness of 115 m of the Lower Jurassic formationsNeyriz and Sargelo relative age and their relationship are gradual and interfinger. The upper border afteran erosional unconformity, Fahliyan Formation of Lower Cretaceous age on them covered. Analysis results show that the percentage of organic matter this shales in Kuh-e Kainois is equivalent to 8.44 percent. The index has gained economic value of metal elements Sr, V, Ba, Ni, and also has economic value. Bituminous materials formed stabilize in shaleysource rock of Sargelo formation, but not with continuous deposition on them, as a result of temperature and pressurenot increasing and immature kerogen. The causes of this event are asfollows: the basin tectonic condition, Stratigraphy position and faultsactivity in the basin.

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Geochemistry, Oil Shale, Sergalu Formation, Kuh-e Kaino, Kerogen

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Pirbalouti, B. and Moayeripour, M. 2017 Geochemical Study of Oil Shales Sargelo Formation in Kuh-e Kaino Section Northern Masjed-Soleiman, Iran. Open Journal of Geology, 7, 83-92. doi: 10.4236-ojg.2017.71006.





Author: Borzu Asgari Pirbalouti*, Mahsa Moayeripour

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