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Seismic Imaging and Interpretive Model Building in the Colombian Andes

Rob Vestrum

Asociación Colombiana de Geólogos y Geofisicos del Petróleo (ACGGP)

...) The sideslip distance, S, as defined by Vestrum et al. (1999), is the horizontal displacement of a reflection point from the midpoint between seismic source...

2006

A Novel Approach for Recognition and Quantification of Hydrocarbon Migration Effects in Shale-Sandstone Sequences

Detlev Leythaeuser , Andrew Mackenzie , Rainer G. Schaefer , Malvin Bjoroy

AAPG Bulletin

... a considerable distance from a source interval lying deeper than the deepest oil pool. Drainage effects in source rock-type shales near their contacts...

1984

Understanding the Role of the First Carrier Bed: Simple Rules of Thumb and Best Practice That Can Help Reduce Dry Hole Rate, #42422 (2019).

Zhiyong He,

Search and Discovery.com

... with little vertical relief. The East Texas Field is far from the nearest mature source rock. Lateral vs Vertical Migration Tendencies ❑ Evidence for lateral...

2019

Coastal Land Loss and Landscape Level Plant Community Succession: An Expected Result of Natural Tectonic Subsidence, Fault Movement, and Sea Level Rise

Kathleen S. Haggar

GCAGS Transactions

... Point, Louisiana, is located on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain, far away from the coastal land loss so common to southern Louisiana. Unlike New...

2014

Discussion of Geochemical Exploration (Soil Analysis)

E. E. Rosaire, Eugene McDermott, R. H. Fash

AAPG Bulletin

... underground the gas could appear in the samples of soil near the surface of the ground at a point not over the oil pool. So far, results of analyses...

1940

AAPG/Datapages Discovery Series No. 7, Multidimensional Basin Modeling, Chapter 3: Modeling of Secondary Petroleum Migration Using Invasion Percolation Techniques

Daniel J. Carruthers

AAPG Special Volumes

... and updip reservoirs).Invasion percolation models assume that the invading phase originates from a single point source. The invading cluster expands...

2003

Early 3-D Seismic Exploration for Winnipegosis Pinnacle Reefs in the US, Williston Basin

Donald A. Greenwood, James A. Carroll, Donald W. Howard

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

..., and slope areas. Laminated limestone basinal rocks have been confirmed as source rocks in the Canadian portion of the Elk Point Basin and their correlative...

1995

Abstract: Investigation of Seismic Imaging Capabilities for Small, Shallow Carbonate-Hosted Massive Sulphide Deposits; #90187 (2014)

Laura Quigley and Bernd Milkereit

Search and Discovery.com

... In this study synthetic seismic data was generated in an effort to better understand the behavior of the seismic wave field for a shallow carbonate...

2014

ABSTRACT Roof Breakup and Extrusion of Shallow Salt Stocks During Lateral Shortening, #90104 (2010)

Dooley Tim P.; Jackson Martin P.; Hudec Michael R.

Search and Discovery.com

... granular materials and silicone to explore the far‐reaching effects of regional shortening on near‐ surface structural evolution of diapiric stocks...

2010

Abstract: Preliminary interpretation of electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) surveys investigating seawater intrusion at Richibucto, eastern New Brunswick

E. B. Mott, N. Green, K. E. Butler, K. T. MacQuarrie

Atlantic Geology

..., located along a narrow peninsula-like point of land, revealed relatively low resistivities of 30–60 ohm-m below 35–40 m depth, suggesting the presence...

2011

Porosity Relations in Chalk Reservoirs: ABSTRACT

Peter A. Scholle

AAPG Bulletin

... porosity. Normally, the high initial porosity (60 to 75%) of chalks is progressively lost during burial owing to mechanical and chemical compaction effects...

1979

ABSTRACT: Chi Characterization of Alluvial Architecture; #90007 (2002)

Nikki Strong, Chris Paola, Ben Sheets, Tom Hickson

Search and Discovery.com

... transgression leads to an upsection fining and reduction in channel density that could easily be mistaken for an increase in subsidence rate. The effects...

Unknown

ABSTRACT: Modern and Antecedent Topography: Focussing Agents for Reservoir Sands-Central and Western Scotian Basin; #90013 (2003)

Marylin Segall, Russell K. Murphy, Sean McPherson, Douglas G. Neese, Michal Nemcok, Richardson Allen

Search and Discovery.com

... be preserved in basins that are far enough away from the core of these structures to negate the effects of metamorphism. Each of the wells has similarities...

2003

ABSTRACT Holocene Lower Mississippi River Avulsions: Autogenic Versus Allogenic Forcing, #90104 (2010)

Prokocki Eric

Search and Discovery.com

... Rouge, LA. Therefore, these avulsions are spatially far removed from the immediate effects of rapid rates of sea‐level rise occurring from ~  9.19 to 5.0...

2010

Groundwater salinity and the effects of produced water disposal in the Lost Hills–Belridge oil fields, Kern County, California

Janice M. Gillespie, Tracy A. Davis, Michael J. Stephens, Lyndsay B. Ball, and Matthew K. Landon

Environmental Geosciences (DEG)

... brackish water) these analyses are uncommon. In addition, water samples provide only point-source data from a single depth interval and do not tell us...

2019

Water Supply in Lafayette, Louisiana

Timothy W. Duex

GCAGS Transactions

... a great saturated thickness. The aquifer appears capable of supplying the immediate and near-future demand for Lafayette as far as water quantity...

2003

Abstracts: Environmental Implications of the Shale Gas Revolution and Associated Hydraulic Fracturing; #90210 (2015)

Langhorne B. (Taury) Smith

Search and Discovery.com

... which means that there is far less time when both the renewable source and the backup power source are both producing electricity. Datapages/Search...

2015

Abstract: High Resolution Sequence Stratigraphy and Sedimentary Model of Turbidites: A Case on the 1st Member of Kqn Formation in Dabusu Area, South Songliao Basin; #90310 (2017)

Zhao Ning, Huang Jiangqin, Zhang Guangya, Mao Fengjun, Deng Hongwen

Search and Discovery.com

... (close to or distant from source), and turbidite sand sheets (usually far away from source); (2) Slumps usually locates in the falling periods...

2017

Shale Resource Assessment in Presence of Nanopore Confinement

I. Yucel Akkutlu, Seunghwan Baek, Olufemi M. Olorode, Pang Wei, Zhang Tongyi, Ai Shuang

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... of the concentrated hydrocarbon mixtures in organic nanopores for the resource assessment of source rocks in presence of adsorption and confinement effects. 2.2...

2017

ABSTRACT: New Source and Seal Types for Malaysia … the Key to Unlockingthe Oil Potential of Deepwater Northwest Borneo; #90061 (2006)

Sam Algar and Doug Waples

Search and Discovery.com

...ABSTRACT: New Source and Seal Types for Malaysia … the Key to Unlockingthe Oil Potential of Deepwater Northwest Borneo; #90061 (2006) Sam Algar...

2006

A New Method of Making the Thickness Map of the Shallow Sand Body Constrained by Seismic Attribute, #42092 (2017).

Ming Jun, Zhou Xuefeng, Liu Xuetong, Pan Yong, Li Wenbin

Search and Discovery.com

... top depth from bottom depth; 3) obtaining the corrected gross thickness by using the well point thickness; 4) obtaining the net thickness by net...

2017

Late Ordovician Foreland Basin Fill: Long Point Group of Onshore Western Newfoundland

L. Quinn, D.A.T. Harper, S.H. Williams, E.N.K. Clarkson

CSPG Bulletin

... of Sedimentologists, Field Excursion Guide Book, 1982, 75 p. Kay, M. 1969. Long Point Formation and Taconic Orogeny in western Newfoundland. Geological...

1999

A Coupled Three-Dimensional Hydraulic Fracture Propagation Model Considering Multiple Bedding Layers

Jizhou Tang, Kan Wu, Lihua Zuo, Christine Ehlig-Economides

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... at the injection point and near the junction between a vertical fracture and a bedding plane, the latter including tensile opening of bedding planes...

2018

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