Correction to: Aptian–Albian oil shale unconventional system as registration of Cretaceous oceanic anoxic sub-events in the southern Tethys (Bir M’Cherga basin, Tunisia)

Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology, Dec 2018

Rachida Talbi, Rached Lakhdar, Amor Smati, Reginal Spiller, Raymond Levey

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Correction to: Aptian–Albian oil shale unconventional system as registration of Cretaceous oceanic anoxic sub-events in the southern Tethys (Bir M’Cherga basin, Tunisia)

Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology pp 1–1 | Cite as Correction to: Aptian–Albian oil shale unconventional system as registration of Cretaceous oceanic anoxic sub-events in the southern Tethys (Bir M’Cherga basin, Tunisia) AuthorsAuthors and affiliations Rachida TalbiRached LakhdarAmor SmatiReginal SpillerRaymond Levey Open Access Correction First Online: 08 December 2018 154 Downloads The original article can be found online at  https://doi.org/10.1007/s13202-018-0577-6. Correction to: Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology  https://doi.org/10.1007/s13202-018-0577-6 In the original publication, part of Fig. 3 caption has been incorrectly added to Fig. 4 caption. The corrected figures captions are given here. Fig. 3 Organic-rich and organic-lean microfacies and their micro-constituents of Bir M’Cherga Aptian–Albian source rocks (Corel Draw figure exported into jpeg format). a Laminated organic matter with about 14 wt% TOC (thin rock section—transmitted light), b preserved fish scale (thin rock section—reflected light), c microfacies with planktonic fauna showing intragranular microporosity filled by hydrocarbons (thin rock section—transmitted light), d Coccolithes-rich nannofacies showing intragranular fossil porosity (SEM photo), e Hydrocarbons filling microfractures with 0.75 wt% TOC (thin rock section-fluorescent light), f hydrocarbons filling microfracture (thin rock section-transmitted light), g fromboïdal pyrite showing intragranular nannaoporosity between crystals (rock section—SEM photo), h amorphous organic matter (extracted organic matter-fluorescent light), i fusinite fragment (extracted organic matter-reflected light) and j detail of i Fig. 4 HI/OI diagram showing the representative points of samples from Bir M’Cherga Aptian–Albian source rocks (Corel Draw figure exported into jpeg format) The original article has been corrected. Copyright information © The Author(s) 2018 Open AccessThis article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. Authors and Affiliations Rachida Talbi1Email authorView author's OrcID profileRached Lakhdar2Amor Smati1Reginal Spiller3Raymond Levey41.Georessources Laboratory, Research Center and Water Technologies (CERTE)Technopark of Borj-CedriaSolimanTunisia2.Sciences Faculty of BizerteCarthage University, Bassins Sédimentaires et Géologie du Pétrole (BSGP)BizerteTunisia3.CEO Azimuth EnergyHoustonUSA4.Energy and Geoscience InstituteSalt Lake CityUSA


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Rachida Talbi, Rached Lakhdar, Amor Smati, Reginal Spiller, Raymond Levey. Correction to: Aptian–Albian oil shale unconventional system as registration of Cretaceous oceanic anoxic sub-events in the southern Tethys (Bir M’Cherga basin, Tunisia), Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology, 2018, 1-1, DOI: 10.1007/s13202-018-0596-3