2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Canada Leader Award
2012 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
2009 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
His primary areas of study are Petroleum, Mineralogy, Biodegradation, Hydrocarbon and Geochemistry. His research in Petroleum intersects with topics in Nitrogen, Source rock, Maturity, Hydrology and Environmental chemistry. His work investigates the relationship between Source rock and topics such as Petroleum reservoir that intersect with problems in Asphaltene.
His studies deal with areas such as Volume, Fluid inclusions, Vitrinite, Methane Metabolism and Carbon as well as Mineralogy. His studies in Biodegradation integrate themes in fields like Soil science and Degradation. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Petroleum microbiology under Hydrocarbon, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Fraction, Earth science and Methane.
Petroleum, Mineralogy, Source rock, Geochemistry and Petroleum engineering are his primary areas of study. His Petroleum research includes elements of Biodegradation, Maturity, Petrology, Environmental chemistry and Oil sands. His Biodegradation research integrates issues from Waste management, Hydrocarbon and Methane.
Steve Larter interconnects Organic matter, Oil shale, Sedimentary rock, Clastic rock and Kerogen in the investigation of issues within Mineralogy. His Kerogen study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Petrography, Analytical chemistry, Pyrolysis, Organic chemistry and Vitrinite. The Source rock study combines topics in areas such as Petroleum reservoir, Nitrogen, Fractionation, Asphaltene and Maceral.
Steve Larter mainly focuses on Petroleum, Oil sands, Petroleum engineering, Asphalt and Geochemistry. His Petroleum study combines topics in areas such as Radiometric dating, Diamondoid, Biodegradation, Reservoir fluid and Environmental chemistry. His Biodegradation research incorporates themes from Hydrocarbon and Unconformity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Mining engineering, Earth science and Source rock in addition to Oil sands. His Petroleum engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Oil shale, Permeability and Upgrader. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sedimentary depositional environment, Tectonics, Matrix and Maturity.
Steve Larter mainly investigates Petroleum, Asphalt, Oil sands, Coal and Methane. The concepts of his Petroleum study are interwoven with issues in Geochemistry and Biodegradation. His research in Geochemistry intersects with topics in Unresolved complex mixture, Maturity, Asphaltene, Mineralogy and Physical property.
His research investigates the connection between Biodegradation and topics such as Hydrocarbon that intersect with issues in Fraction, Carbon, Nitrogen and Isotopes of nitrogen. His Oil sands research includes elements of Ecology and Petroleum engineering. His work in the fields of Methanogenesis overlaps with other areas such as Tomography.
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Biological activity in the deep subsurface and the origin of heavy oil
Ian M. Head;D. Martin Jones;Steve R. Larter.
Anaerobic hydrocarbon biodegradation in deep subsurface oil reservoirs
Carolyn M. Aitken;D. M. Jones;S. R. Larter;S. R. Larter.
The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface - part 1: biodegradation rates in petroleum reservoirs
Steve Larter;Arnd Wilhelms;Ian Head;Martin Koopmans.
Organic Geochemistry (2003)
Hydrocarbon composition of authigenic inclusions: Application to elucidation of petroleum reservoir filling history
Dag A Karlsen;Tor Nedkvitne;Steve R Larter;Knut Bjørlykke.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1993)
Biodegradation of oil in uplifted basins prevented by deep-burial sterilization
A. Wilhelms;S. R. Larter;I. Head;P. Farrimond.
Molecular indicators of secondary oil migration distances
S. R. Larter;B. F. J. Bowler;M. Li;M. Li;M. Chen.
The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface: Part II—Geological controls on subsurface biodegradation fluxes and constraints on reservoir-fluid property prediction
Steve Larter;Haiping Huang;Jennifer Adams;Barry Bennett.
AAPG Bulletin (2006)
Reservoir geochemistry: methods, applications and opportunities
S. R. Larter;A. C. Aplin.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1995)
Analysis of petroleum fractions by TLC-FID: applications to petroleum reservoir description
Dag A. Karlsen;Steve R. Larter.
Organic Geochemistry (1991)
Relationship between reservoir diagenetic evolution and petroleum emplacement in the Ula Field, North Sea
Tor Nedkvitne;Dag A. Karlsen;Knut Bjørlykke;Steve R. Larter.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (1993)
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