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Abstract: Mode I Opening Orthogonal Fracture Networks: Can They Be Used as Analogue Fracture Networks for Subsurface Models?; #90310 (2017)

Quinten Boersma, Nico Hardebol, Auke Barnhoorn, Giovanni Bertotti

Search and Discovery.com

..., Netherlands. ABSTRACT Natural fracture networks play an important role in the effective permeability and therefore fluid flow in tight reservoirs...

2017

Abstract: Pore Type Characterization and Extraction of Effective Porosity With Digital Image Analysis: A Case Study From Miocene Lacustrine Carbonates (Southern Germany); #90310 (2017)

Sven Maerz, Maria Mutti

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...Abstract: Pore Type Characterization and Extraction of Effective Porosity With Digital Image Analysis: A Case Study From Miocene Lacustrine...

2017

Assessment of Scale on Permeability Estimates in Late Cretaceous Reservoirs, Denver Basin, Colorado, #50617 (2012)

Christopher M. Rybowiak and Matthew J. Pranter

Search and Discovery.com

... for permeability analysis, near-wellbore modeling for effective properties, and 3-D reservoir-scale modeling. The stratigraphic units represent shoreline...

2012

Mixed Reservoir Wetting in Unconventional Reservoirs and Interpretation of Porosity/Resistivity Cross Plots, Derived From Triple-Combo Log Data

Michael Holmes, Antony M. Holmes, Dominic I. Holmes

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... define four porosity components, namely total organic carbon, clay porosity, effective porosity (inorganic), and effective porosity (organic...

2017

Productive Characteristics of Some Principal Oil and Gas Bearing Formations Rocky Mountain Area

Core Laboratories Inc.

Earth Science Bulletin (WGA)

... recovered within the effective oil and gas column of each principal producing horizon. Data for the Madison does not cover Williston Basin formations...

1976

EPISODES OF SOURCE-SEDIMENT DEPOSITION (1)+

F. K. North

Journal of Petroleum Geology

..., is due less to capricious preservation of the oil than to the relative rarity of rich, effective source sediments. There appear to have been only...

1979

Abstract: April Meetings: WA Branch (April 15th): GPS a Cost Effective Tool for the Exploration and Production Industry

John Tompson

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

...Abstract: April Meetings: WA Branch (April 15th): GPS a Cost Effective Tool for the Exploration and Production Industry John Tompson ABSTRACTS...

1993

Inhomogeneity of Carbonate Reservoirs of the Sub-Salt Sediments of the Rechitsa Oil Field

A. N. Berezayev, G. N. Gur’ya-nov, R. A. Danilin, M. F. Kibash

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... of greater effective thickness, which correspond with the crest areas of structures, there is an increase in the differentiation of the productive...

1977

Construction of Maps of Oil-Saturated Thickness by Computer for Calculation of Oil and Gas Reserves

N. N. Markov, M. K. Lenskikh, Yu. V. Shurubor

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... are characteristic of the carbonate sediments of the Tournaisian and Bashkirian stages, the maps of effective thickness are constructed directly from...

1978

AAPG Memoir 76, Chapter 15: Forward Modeling of Log Response in Geopressured Formations Reveals Valuable Insights to the Various Pore-Pressure Prediction Techniques

J. C. Rasmus

AAPG Special Volumes

... properties as a function of sediment vertical depth below the mud line. The formation is taken to be composed of quartz, wet clay, and effective (filled...

2001

Design and Operation of Land-Treatment Systems for Minimum Contamination of Groundwater: ABSTRACT

Herman Bouwer

AAPG Bulletin

... point by wells (deep aquifers) or drains (shallow aquifers) for reuse or release into the surface water. For the Salt River Valley, the effective...

1973

Future Exploration for Geothermal Resources: ABSTRACT

David R. Butler

AAPG Bulletin

...------------------------------ Future exploration for geothermal resources must depend on effective use of geology and geophysics to discover...

1980

ABSTRACT Simultaneous Measurements of In-Situ Effective Permeability and Porosity Under Reservoir Conditions: A Consistent Approach to Characterize Unconventional Gas Reservoirs, #90104 (2010)

Cui Albert; Bustin Marc R.; Brezovski Ron; Nassichuk Brent; Glover Ken; Pathi Venkat Surya

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...ABSTRACT Simultaneous Measurements of In-Situ Effective Permeability and Porosity Under Reservoir Conditions: A Consistent Approach to Characterize...

2010

Effective Permeability in Tidal Heterolithic Cross-Bedded Sandstones; #50855 (2013)

Benoît Y.G. Massart, Matthew D. Jackson, Gary J. Hampson, Berit Legler, Howard D. Johnson, Christopher A.-L. Jackson, Rodmar Ravnas, and Marcus Sarginson

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...Effective Permeability in Tidal Heterolithic Cross-Bedded Sandstones; #50855 (2013) Benoît Y.G. Massart, Matthew D. Jackson, Gary J. Hampson, Berit...

2013

Layered Modulus Effect on Fracture Modeling and Height Containment

Kaimin Yue, Jon E. Olson, Richard A. Schultz

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... is based on the effective modulus of a layered reservoir. In this work, two-dimensional finite element models were utilized to evaluate the effective...

2018

ABSTRACT: Prediction of Effective Porosity and Permeability in Mississippian Carbonates, Kansas

Willard J. Guy, Alan P. Byrnes, John H. Doveton, Evan K. Franseen

Kansas Geological Society

...ABSTRACT: Prediction of Effective Porosity and Permeability in Mississippian Carbonates, Kansas Willard J. Guy, Alan P. Byrnes, John H. Doveton, Evan...

1999

Treatise of Petroleum Geology / Handbook of Petroleum Geology: Exploring for Oil and Gas Traps. Chapter 1: Developing a Philosophy of Exploration

Edward A. Beaumont, Norman H. Foster, Richard R. Vincelette, Marlan W. Downey, and James D. Robertson

AAPG Special Volumes

... / Handbook of Petroleum Geology: Exploring for Oil and Gas Traps Covey, Stephen R., 1989, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: New York, Simon...

1999

AAPG Methods in Exploration No. 14, Chapter 2:

M. S. Clark, R. K. Prather, and J. D. Melvin

AAPG Special Volumes

..., 1985, A simple statistical method for calculating the effective vertical permeability of a reservoir containing discontinuous shales: Society...

2003

Facies and Porosity Relationship in Some Mississippian Carbonate Cycles of Western Canada Basin: ABSTRACT

G. E. Thomas, R. P. Glaister

AAPG Bulletin

... to illustrate the relationship that exists between the occurrence and petrographic nature of an effective carbonate reservoir rock and the framework...

1960

Deep Hunting Grounds: ABSTRACT

Ira H. Cram

AAPG Bulletin

..., volume, and general character of the sedimentary rocks between the depths of 15,000 feet and effective basement throughout the world are reported...

1963

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