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Laboratory Experiments on Miscible Core Flood Tests Using Carbon Dioxide

Warno Husodo, Rachmat Sudibjo, Barry W. Walsh

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... be drawn: a). The CO2 miscible flooding is capable of recovering more than 90 percent of the oil whether the process is applied as secondary or tertiary...


Direct Indications of Vertical Migration of Oil in East of North Caspian Depression

A. M. Medvedeva, Z. Ye. Bulekbayev, I. B. Dal’yan

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... contain Permian forms. Artinskian oil from Karatyube contains both Permian and Carboniferous forms. The latter account for 5-10 percent. A very...


Clay Mineralogy of a Glacially Dominated, Subarctic Continental Shelf: Northeastern Gulf of Alaska

Bruce F. Molnia , James R. Hein

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... Over 75 percent of the northeastern gulf's drainage basin is presently ice-covered or only recently has emerged from beneath Holocene glacial ice...


Inventory of Ground-water Contamination in Alaska - Abstract

James A. Munter

Alaska Geological Society

... of documented contamination (68 percent), followed by bacteriological (10 percent), dump or landfill (8 percent), and salt-water intrusion (6 percent...


Types and Properties of Reservoirs in Sub-Salt Sediments of the North Caspian Depression

K. I. Bagrintseva, G. Ye. Belozerova

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... (KT-1) of Zhanazhol field the reservoirs are class I-III with a permeability up to 2000 md and a porosity of 25-28 percent. In the lower unit (KT-2...


Abstract: Porosity and Permeability of Berea Reservoirs (Upper Devonian) in Eastern Kentucky; #90308 (2017)

Stephen F. Greb, Ethan S. L. Davis, David C. Harris

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..., and is defined as a tight reservoir. Historic Berea porosity and permeability data show a weak relationship (R2=0.57), with mean porosity of 12.8 +2.7 percent...


Appendix: Data Sheets on Modern Deltas of the World

L. James Rehkemper, Michael C. McEwen, Robert R. Lankford, John J. W. Rogers

Houston Geological Society

...; mottled Average grain size silty clay to clayey sand Percent sand Percent silt Percent clay Mineral constituents and percentages lights heavies...


Distribution of Anticlinal Structures of the Timan-Pechora Province

A. A. Otmas, O. M. Prishchepa

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

.... Histograms of these parameters are illustrated in figure 1. Figure 1. Histograms of distribution of highs of the Timan-Pechora province. n-Frequency, percent...


ABSTRACT: Groundwater Flow in the Sullivan Flats Basin Near Niarada, Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana

David W. Briar

Montana Geological Society

... of Cromwell Creek (50 percent), upper Sullivan Creek (33 percent), Big Draw (16 percent), and other sources (1 percent); discharge...


ABSTRACT: Comparative Analysis of Moscow Lignite and Kama Coal Basins

Albina Gazizova

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

... a moderate to high sulfur content (Std = 0.5-12 percent with an average of 4 percent) and high ash yield (Ad = 14-45 percent with an average of 31...


Petrography and Origin of Lower Tuscaloosa Sandstones, Mallalieu Field, Lincoln County, Mississippi: ABSTRACT

Robert R. Berg, Billy C. Cook

AAPG Bulletin

... of lower Tuscaloosa sandstone is quartz, 60 percent; matrix, 32 percent; calcite cement, 4 percent; feldspar, 1 percent; muscovite, 1.5 percent...


Maturity of Exploratiom for Hydrocarbon Resources of Timan-Pechora Oil-Gas Province at Beginning of Twenty-First Century

B. Ya. Vasserman

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... production) is concentrated in the Pechora-Kolva (44 percent), Khoreyver (20 percent), and Izhma-Pechora (11 percent) oil-gas regions. The other oil-gas...


Evaluation of Heavy Mineral Separations Using Artificial Samples

John D. Bates, Beth H. Bates

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... methods, 58 tests were conducted with artificial samples of known concentrations. Samples of 20 and 50 gm were compared in 1, 2, and 5 percent...


Qualitative Characteristics of Oil Resources of West Siberia

N. A. Krylov, E. M. Khalimov, Yu. N. Baturin, V. V. Alenin, V. I. Azamatov

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... Siberian oil-gas province accounts for 60 percent of the ultimate recoverable resources of Russia. About 500 oil, gas-oil, and oil-gas-condensate fields...


Distribution of Reserves of Liquid and Gas Hydrocarbons in Sedimentary Cover of West Sberian Oil-Gas Basin

M. N. Sidorov, N. F. Chistyakova

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... the same. The present paper analyses distribution of hydro carbon reserves of different phase state, calculated in percent of total...


Low-Porosity Reservoirs of the Triassic and their Role in Regional Assessment of Oil-Gas Shelves of the Barents Sea

V. L. Tumanov, Ye. A. Serebryanskaya

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... from 8.5 to 25.1 percent. Average in the interval of perforation is from 12.1 to 19.6 percent. The threshold value is placed at 12 percent. Open...


Geochemical Characteristics and Prediction of Composition of Hydrocarbon Fluids of Sub-Salt Sediments of the Lena-Tunguska Oil-Gas Province

T. A. Botneva, O. L. Nechayeva, E. M. Grayzer

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... Cambrian the density of the oil ranges from 0.85 to 0.89, benzine content is 9-36 percent, and tar and asphalt are 1-2 percent in the de-benzined...


Spatial Distribution of Reservoirs in the Black Sea-Crimea Oil-Gas Region

R. M. Novosiletskiy, A. P. Bodnarchuk, N. M. Teslyak

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... sandstones, siltstones, limestones, and dolomites. Porosity of pay zones that have steady yields ranges from 10 to 33 percent, and permeability from 0.1...


A Quantitative Separation of Non-Carbonate Minerals from Carbonate Minerals

John Ellingboe, James Wilson

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... minerals can be separated from non-carbonate minerals by the use of 10 percent hydrochloric acid at room temperature for 24 hours. Clay minerals and pyrite...


Abstract: Wyoming Coal Developments and Future Prospects

Richard W. Jones

Earth Science Bulletin (WGA)

... of the nation’s surface-mined coal. Wyoming’s 1984 production increases of more than sixteen percent over 1983 production is the highest annual rate...


Tectono-Stratigraphic Habitat and Estimated Volume of Undiscovered Petroleum Resources North of the Arctic Circle; #10233 (2010)

Arthur Grantz, Donald L. Gautier, Robert A. Scott, Sergey S. Drachev, Thomas E. Moore

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.... Petroleum exploration and geologic evaluation of these accumulations suggest that 31 percent of them contain petroleum deposits and that 44 percent...


Oil Pools in the Carboniferous and Lower Permian Section of the Southern Part of the Khoreyver Depression

Yu. K. Shafiyev, Ye. L. Teplov

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... leached recrystallized dolomite; its porosity is 16 percent. Sulfate rocks are the seal. The oil column is 50 m. The reservoir of the upper pool...


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