Energy Industry Training Courses
This course explains the role that plate tectonics plays in the formation of sedimentary basins, where microorganisms are transformed into hydrocarbons through burial and cooking. It also describes the importance of source rock porosity and permeability, and how geologic trapping structures such as faults, anticlines, stratigraphic traps, and salt domes play a role in the migration of hydrocarbons and the formation of hydrocarbon reservoirs.
Most of us are familiar with large oil spills, hazardous waste, and materials and certainly we understand the need for clean air. This is perhaps EPAís major problem to solve. Clean air is easy to talk about, but difficult to control or make cleaner. Understanding the problem can go a long way in educating people about air quality and why itís so important. The Clean Air Act is the comprehensive Federal law that regulates air emissions from area, stationary, and mobile sources.