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Crooks Gap Field: Problems with 3-D Interpretation (Extended Abstract)

Robert E. Wellborn, Mike Peffer

Wyoming Geological Association

...-log correlations show considerable "log-stretch" at the bottom of the hole, all of which indicated almost without doubt that the #8 well crossed over...

2000

Fourbear Field: An Eocene Laccofold, Western Bighorn Basin

Donald S. Stone

Wyoming Geological Association

... are associated with hydrocarbon production. Figure 17. A. "Normalized" log (log stretch due to inhole dip removed) of Cambrian section in Fourbear area...

1996

Structural Style in Relation to Oil and Gas Exploration in North Park-Middle Park Basin, Colorado

Robert E. Wellborn

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

...” was indicated from log ‘‘stretch’’ in the hanging wall and in the footwall core of the Middle Park Formation. Dip was apparently correctly interpreted...

1977

Rocky Mountain Foreland Areas: Chapter 3

W. G. Brown

AAPG Special Volumes

... and calculation of dip from electric log "stretch" has aided the interpretation of a series of low angle reverse faults. Penetration of multiple faults by both...

1988