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Exploration methods for sandstone reservoirs

D.A Busch

Exploration methods for sandstone reservoirs

by D.A Busch

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Published by Oil & Gas Consultants International in Tulsa, Okla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Geology,
  • Prospecting,
  • Sandstone,
  • Sedimentation and deposition

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    StatementD.A. Busch and D.A. Link.
    SeriesOGCI publications
    ContributionsLink, D.A., Oil & Gas Consultants International
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 327 p. :
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19528736M

      This book is divided into six chapters: (1) geologic characteristics of unconsolidated sand heavy oil reservoirs and concept of sand management technology; (2) sand production mechanisms and its effect on reservoir petrophysical quality; (3) sand production quantity prediction and well productivity evaluation methods, especially for fluid-solid. Quartz cement and its origin in tight sandstone reservoirs of the Cretaceous Quantou formation in the southern Songliao basin, China. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 66,

    The sandstone reservoirs, 1–12 m thick, contain nearly fresh water ( ppm NaCl), characteristic of the entire Paris basin. It seems probable that the oil originated in the underlying Dogger limestones rather than in the thin (60 m) marine layers of the Neocomian itself.   Methods of water saturation estimation: Historical perspective. in Exploration Problems, P resented saturation in a Alrumah and Ertekin 15 tight gas sandstone reservoir and the methods .

    Petrophysical Characterization and Fluids Transport in Unconventional Reservoirs presents a comprehensive look at these new methods and technologies for the petrophysical characterization of unconventional reservoirs, including recent theoretical advances and modeling on fluids transport in unconventional book is a valuable tool for geoscientists and engineers working in. The Paperback of the Seismic Exploration for Sandstone Reservoirs by N.A. Anstey at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.


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: Exploration Methods for Sandstone Reservoirs (): Busch, Daniel A.: BooksCited by: 1. Exploration methods for sandstone reservoirs. Tulsa: OGCI Publications, Oil & Gas Consultants International, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel A Busch; D A Link; Oil & Gas Consultants International.

3 19 5 10 3. 3 Complete information about the videotape program, Seismic Exploration for Sandstone Reservoirs may be obtained from: IHRDC, Newbury St., Boston, MA() Acknowledgements Thanks are expressed to the authors, companies and professional associations who have allowed the use of their material in the course.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Exploration methods for sandstone reservoirs in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Cite this chapter as: Anstey N.A.

() The Place of the Seismic Method In Exploration For Sandstone Reservoirs. In: Seismic Exploration for Sandstone : Nigel A. Anstey. Seismic Exploration of Hydrocarbons in Heterogeneous Reservoirs: New Theories, Methods and Applications is based on the field research conducted over the past decade by an authoring team of five of the world’s leading geoscientists.

In recent years, the exploration targets of world's oil companies have become more complex. Seismic Exploration of Hydrocarbons in Heterogeneous Reservoirs: New Theories, Methods and Applications is based on the field research conducted over the past decade by.

Oil and Gas Exploration:Methods and Applicationpresents a summary of new results related to oil and gas prospecting that are useful for theoreticians and practical professionals.

The study of oil and gas complexes and intrusions occurring in sedimentary basins is crucial for identifying the location of oil and gas fields and for making accurate predictions on oil findings. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS GEOLOGY – Vol. V – Methods of Exploration and Production of Petroleum Resources - Ione L.

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Busch, Oil & Gas Consultants International online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions. Primary stratigraphic traps in sandstone involve lateral termination of the reservoir as a direct or indirect result of factors related to the depositional environment.

Red Wash, Coalinga East, Pembina, Mitsue, Bell Creek, Cut Bank, Burbank, and Bradford are among the very few giant oil. @article{osti_, title = {Exploration methods and concepts II}, author = {}, abstractNote = {AAPG Series No. 17 continues the focus of No. 16 on exploration methods and concepts.

Part 1 (Prediction of Traps) includes L. Sebring, Jr.'s study on subsurface structural mapping, D.A. Smith's on sealing and nonsealing faults, A.I. Levorsen's on obscure and subtle traps, R. Martin's on. Exploration activities are generally aimed at finding new volumes of hydrocarbons; thus, effectively replacing the volumes being produced.

It is noted that the success of a company's exploration efforts essentially determines its prospects of remaining in business in the long term. This chapter examines the conditions necessary for the existence of hydrocarbon by: 3.

Though Memoir 21 was first published inthe concepts and illustrations are timeless for those interested in stratigraphic exploration for sandstone reservoirs. Quickly the reader will note the same relationships in sequence stratigraphy recognized by the author.

For university earth science majors and less experienced members of the energy industry, the CD is presented as a reference work. A number of drilling methods are available for developing tight gas sandstone reservoirs, including conventional drilling, casing drilling, coiled tubing drilling, underbalanced drilling, overbalanced drilling, and managed pressure drilling, each of which have advantages and limitations (Tablealso see Pilisi et al., ).Cited by: 5.

Sandstone Petroleum Reservoirs presents an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to the geology of sandstone oil and gas reservoirs.

Twenty-two case studies involving a variety of depositional settings, tectonic provinces, and burial/diagenetic histories emphasize depositional controls on reservoir architecture, petrophysical properties, and production performance.

Shelf sandstone reservoirs are becoming a more and more common exploration target. What they are, how they may be characterized, and how they differ from shoreline and deep-water deposits in the subject of this publication.

Shelf sands and sandstone reservoirs are among the more poorly understood types of sandstones. Tight oil and gas, short for tight reservoir oil and gas, refers to the oil and gas located in tight reservoirs, such as tight sandstone and tight carbonate rock.

Tight oil and gas have to be stimulated to achieve industrial production. 3 19 5 10 3. 3 Complete information about the videotape program, Seismic Exploration for Sandstone Reservoirs may be obtained from: IHRDC, Newbury St., Boston, MA() Acknowledgements Thanks are expressed to the authors, companies and professional associations who have allowed the use of their material in the by: 9.

3 19 5 10 3. 3 Complete information about the videotape program, Seismic Exploration for Sandstone Reservoirs may be obtained from: IHRDC, Newbury St., Boston, MA() Acknowledgements Thanks are expressed to the authors, companies and professional associations who have allowed the use of their material in the : Springer Netherlands.

Early recognition of sandstone intrusions is a key factor in maximising exploration and production success of the Paleogene deepwater sandstone reservoirs of the northern North Sea.--The seismic signatures of typical sandstone reservoirs --The place of the seismic method in exploration for sandstone reservoirs --Summary and synthesis.

Responsibility: Nigel A. Anstey.Used by corporate training departments and colleges worldwide, this is the most complete upstream guide available. Contents: The nature of gas and oil The Earth's crust - where we find time Deformation of sedimentary rocks Sandstone reservoir rocks Carbonate reservoir rocks Sedimentary rock distribution Mapping Ocean environment and plate tectonics Source rocks, generation, migration, and /5(6).