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References Báldi T. (1998). Magyarország epikontinentális oligocén képződményeinek rétegtana. In I. Bérczi & Á. Jámbor (Eds.), Magyarország geológiai képződményeinek rétegtana (pp. 419-436). Budapest: MOL Hun. Oil and Gas Comp. and Geol. Inst. Hun., Plc.- MÁFI, (in Hungarian). Cheng A-L. & Huang W. L. (2004). Selective adsorption of hydrocarbon gases on clays and organic matter. Organic Geochemistry , 35(4), 413-423. Daqing W., Guiyi D., Peng Y. & Jinlian P. (2006). Adsorption of Pentachlorophenol onto Oxide and Clay Minerals: Surface Reaction Model and

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Miocene siliceous algae of Slovenia. Narodna in univerzitetna knjiznica, Ljubljana, 255 pp. Isaacs, C.M., Rullkötter, J. (eds.), 2001. The Monterey Formation: From Rocks to Molecules. Columbia University Press, New York 268–295. Jirman, P., Geršlová, E., Bubík, M., Sachsenhofer, R. F., Bechtel, A., Więcław, D. (2019). Depositional environment and hydrocarbon potential of the Oligocene Menilite Formation in the Western Carpathians: A case study from the Loučka section (Czech Republic). Marine and Petroleum Geology, 107, 334

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Introduction Petroleum exploration companies had drilled some wells in the Abakaliki Fold Belt in the 1950s and ’60s but had abandoned these because it was thought that magmatic intrusion in the belt did not favour hydrocarbon accumulation. However, in recent times, there has been a resurgence of interest in the search for petroleum in the belt [ 1 ]. The discovery of oil shale and indications of hydrocarbon in the Abakaliki Fold Belt ( Figure 1 ) have shown that the basin has significant hydrocarbon potential [ 2 , 3 ]. The Cretaceous source facies of the

References Al-Sadi H. N., 1980: Seismic Exploration: Technique and Processing. Birkhäuser-Verlag, Boston, 211 p. Badley M., 1985: Practical Seismic Interpretation. IHRDC publishers Boston, 266 p. Cameron M., Fomell S., Sethian J., 2008: Time-to-depth conversion and seismic velocity estimation using time migration velocity. Geophysics, 73 , 5, VE205–VE210, doi: 10.1190/1.2967501. Hussain M., Getz S. L., Oliver R., 1991: Hydrocarbon accumulation parameters in the central portion of the lower Indus of Pakistan. In: Ahmed G., Kamal A., Zaman A. S. H., Humayon M

applies graph theory to mathematical modeling of chemical phenomena. This theory has vital effect on the development of the chemical sciences. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons PAH k are obtained from the burning of organic material, and naturally as a result of thermal geological reaction. For many years, they attracted much attention, because some of them are strong carcinogens. The Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons consist of several copies of benzene on circumference. The first three members of this family are shown in Figure 1 . For further details, please refer to

thicknesses deposited during the 1 st transtension and 1 st transpression evolutionary stages in the Bjelovar Subdepression, Northen Croatia. Central European Geology (in print). Malvič T. 2003a: Oil-geological relations and probability of discovering new hydrocarbon reserves in the Bjelovar Sag. [Naftno-geološki odnosi i vjerojatnost pronalaska novih zaliha ugljikovodika u bjelovarskoj uleknini.] PhD. Thesis, University of Zagreb, Croatia, 1 - 123. Malvič T. 2003b: One-dimensional variogram and statistical analysis in reservoir units of the Bjelovar sag. Nafta 54

7. References 1. ASTM D 7566-2019: Standard Specification for Aviation Turbine Fuel Containing Synthesized Hydrocarbons. 2. Coates J.: Interpretation of Infrared Spectra, A Practical Approach. John Cotaes, Newtown 2006. 3. 4. 5. Kulczycki A.: Wstępne badania wpływu biokomponentów na przebieg procesu termicznej degradacji paliw do turbinowych silników lotniczych [Preliminary study of the impact of