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Can We Use the North Texas Earthquake History to Predict the Next Earthquake?

Brian Rader

GCAGS Journal

... formation (Hornbach et al., 2016). Any drop in new well completions would decrease the frack flow back water volume but not significantly impact...


Reservoir Characterization and Development of the Wasatch Formation in the Hanging Rock Area, Southeastern Uinta Basin, Utah

Jane E. Estes-Jackson, Steven W. Shefte, Steven G. Siguaw

Utah Geological Association

... previously suggests that the reservoirs at Hanging Rock are less susceptible to formation damage due to clay swelling than the same reservoirs...


Application of Liquid Nanofluid during Hydraulic Fracturing in Tight Reservoirs

Xingyuan Liang, Fujian Zhou, Tianbo Liang, Rui Wang, Hang Su, Xinglin Wang

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... imbibed into the rock with water-wet; while the rock with oil-wet cannot imbibe aqueous fracturing fluid spontaneously. The rock has been turned into oil...


Preface to Memoir 49: Prediction of Reservoir Quality through Chemical Modeling

AAPG Special Volumes

... they are exploring in frontier basins, where rock and water data are minimal or nonexistent. Although useful descriptive models of diagenesis have...


Summary of the Geology of the San Antonio Area

Thomas E. Ewing

South Texas Geological Society Special Publications

... in shoal-water carbonate complexes - subsurface Pearsall Formation (Lower Cretaceous), South Texas; in University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic...


Hydrogeology of the Jewett Lignite Mine, East Texas

W. R. Kaiser, Marc J. Norris, W. Douglas Hall

Dallas Geological Society

..., W. R. Kaiser, M. L. Ambrose, unpub. Bureau of Economic Geology data). Because hydrochemistry reflects rock-water interaction and the prevailing ground...


Evaluating Reservoir Compartmentalization by Correlating Laboratory and Field Data

Michael J. Heymans

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

... with these factors control the "irreducible" water saturation and final residual hydrocarbon saturation values in reservoir rock (Hassler et al., 1944; Muskat...


Prevention of Carbonate Cementation in Petroleum Reservoirs

Charles T. Feazel, Richard A. Schatzinger

Special Publications of SEPM

...). Fractures likely. Possible formation damage (plugging) as uil ih produced and displaced by saturated brine. Diagenetic-in meteoric zone or at unconformities...


NMR Time-Lapse Wettability Assessments in Unconventionals: Insights from Imbibition

S. Kelly, R. J. M. Bonnie, M. J. Dick, D. Veselinovic

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... between rock samples and varied states: 0.3 to 1 = water wet, -0.3 to 0.3 = mixed wet, and -0.3 to -1 = oil wet. Spontaneous imbibition was utilized...


Wettability Alteration and Improved Oil Recovery in Unconventional Resources

Fabio Bordeaux Rego, Esmail Eltahan, Kamy Sepehrnoori

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

.... In this study, we first identify the primary reactions that define the initial wettability of the rock depending on the formation mineralogy, formation water...


Water Fingerprinting: Rescuing an Old Methodology to Evaluate Brine Compatibility and Production Allocation

Yani Araujo, Jerry Swearingen

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... the natural chemical signature of rock, water and hydrocarbons has been used to assess the origin, formation and/or environment of a geological sample...


Fluid-Rock Interactions in Thermal Recovery of Bitumen, Tucker Lake Pilot, Cold Lake, Alberta

Ian Hutcheon, Hugh J. Abercrombie

AAPG Special Volumes

... at high temperatures, provide a laboratory to study rock-water interactions. The temperature range of 80°-220°C is appropriate for diagenetic settings...


Abstract: Cuttings Gas Analysis and its Application in Petroleum Geochemistry

K. Le Tran

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... is based Qn mechanical extraction of the gas by grinding the rock in water with specially coated blades rotating at high speed. The m'ain parts...


Abstract: The Master Of Iapetus - A Poem For Hank Williams

Des Walsh

Atlantic Geology

... Harry Hibbs’ tunes just for effect, we know that now… he would see why we call this home he would understand our love of rock and water know why we...


ABSTRACT: Challenges and Approaches for Groundwater Availability Modeling of the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer of Texas

Kelley, Van A., Senger, Rainer K., Deeds, Neil E., and Fryar, Dennis G.

GCAGS Transactions

... in salinity from rock-water reaction and cross-formational flow of poor-quality water from confining layers limits the downdip extent of freshwater. Farther...


Introduction: Part 5. Laboratory Methods

AAPG Special Volumes

... (Dickey), and rock--water reactions (Keelan and Amaefule) are covered in the final topic area on the chemistry of fluids. The main point of Part 5...


Recent Silica Gel from Saline Lake in Galapagos Islands: ABSTRACT

Paul A. Colinvaux, Daniel Goodman

AAPG Bulletin

... inclusions in places. One section of gel occupies an interval of nearly 10 cm, and the uppermost is within 20 cm of the rock/water interface. Three...


Natural Gas Stability in Deep Subsurface: ABSTRACT

Colin Barker, Marwin K. Kemp

AAPG Bulletin

... factor at depth is the chemical stability of the methane and its reactions with water and the rock matrix. This problem has been studied using a computer...


Process for Primary Migration of Petroleum in Sedimentary Basins: ABSTRACT

E. E. Bray, W. R. Foster

AAPG Bulletin

... rock with water expelled by compaction. In noncompacting situations the hydrocarbons can diffuse over reasonable distances from the source rocks...


Characterization of Regularly Interstratified Chlorite/Smectite Mixed-Layered Clay Using Combined Scanning Electron Microscopy/X-Ray Diffraction Techniques: ABSTRACT

Robert E. Tompkins

AAPG Bulletin

... of the pore-lining clays in a sandstone reservoir rock as water-sensitive due to the expandable smectite layers; (3) identification of chlorite within...


Shallow-Seated Dissolution of Bedded Evaporites in Northern Delaware Basin: ABSTRACT

Steven J. Lambert

AAPG Bulletin

..., indicating that the low fluid-to-rock ratio there has thus far recluded significant alteration of rock by water. End_of_Article - Last_Page 764...


In-Situ Rock/Water Geochemistry of Holocene Marine Radial Ooid Environment, Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia: ABSTRACT

Douglas G. Neese, John D. Pigott

AAPG Bulletin

...In-Situ Rock/Water Geochemistry of Holocene Marine Radial Ooid Environment, Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia: ABSTRACT Douglas G. Neese...


In-Situ Rock/Water Geochemistry of Holocene Radial and Tangential Ooid Sediment, Baffin Bay, Texas: ABSTRACT

Douglas G. Neese, John D. Pigott

AAPG Bulletin

...In-Situ Rock/Water Geochemistry of Holocene Radial and Tangential Ooid Sediment, Baffin Bay, Texas: ABSTRACT Douglas G. Neese, John D. Pigott 1985...


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