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The Geochemistry of Saline Formation Waters, Miocene, Offshore Louisiana

L.S. Land. , G.L. Macpherson , L.E. Mack

GCAGS Transactions

... from modification of a saline formation water which has participated in considerable high temperature silicate rock/water interaction by subsequent...

1988

Mukhanovo Oil Field, Samara Region

James Clarke

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

...; the upper, however, is replaced locally by impermeable rock. Water-oil contact is at 2130 m. Stratum C-3 is also divided into two sandstone beds (C-3a...

1999

The Role of Skeletal Porosity in Aragonite Neomorphism--Strombus and Montastrea from the Pleistocene Key Largo Limestone, Florida

Gale D. Martin, Bruce H. Wilkinson, Kyger C. Lohmann

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... neomorphic front and formation fluids greatly exceed rates of replacement (where the system is open and rock/water ratios are low), the contribution...

1986

Origins of Grosmont Formation Dolomite (Northeast Alberta): Modelling the Results of Geochemical Analysis

P. A. Larson

Dallas Geological Society

... of high rock/water interaction. Figure 3. Oxygen isotope model for dolomite formation. A possible meteoric water range of 0.0 to -4.0 has been calculated...

1988

Origins of Grosmont Formation Dolomite (Northeast Alberta): Modelling the Results of Geochemical Analysis

P. A. Larson

CSPG Special Publications

... of high rock/water interaction. Figure 3. Oxygen isotope model for dolomite formation. A possible meteoric water range of 0.0 to -4.0 has been calculated...

1988

Evaluation of Permeability from Resistivity Gradient on Electric Logs

M. P. Tixier

Tulsa Geological Society

... a bere has traversed a reservoir rock, water-saturated at the bottom and oil-bearing at the top, the resistivity shows a corresponding increase from...

1949

Introduction

Donald L. Gautier, Yousif K. Kharaka, Ronald C. Surdam

Special Publications of SEPM

... by Yousif K. Kharaka, who focuses upon rock-water interaction and upon the generation, distribution and significance of aqueous organic species...

1985

Glacially Smoothed and Polished Surfaces on Mt. Kinabalu, Sabah

Peter H. Stauffer

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... surfaces would appear to be (1) glacial smoothing and polishing and (2) wetting of the rock by water. Tne possibility that these rock slopes were reflect1ng...

1980

Diagenetic Evolution of Seamount Phosphorites

Laura M. Benninger, James R. Hein

Special Publications of SEPM

..., at or immediately below the sedilnent-water interface, within thin bodies of porous carbonate sediment end withiin all rock types that occur on the seamounts...

2000

Salt-Dolomite Intergrowths: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

I. T. Schwade

AAPG Bulletin

.... When a fragment of the dolomite containing salt crystals is immersed in water, the salt dissolves and the residual rock is highly porous, friable...

1947

Assessment of Oil Prospects from Surface Gas Geochemical Measurements (Baltic Sineklize)

S. F. Trufanova, R. N. Murogova

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... at depth. This method is based on extraction of gas from rock and water from drill holes 5 m deep. It is particularly effective for oil in non-anticlinal...

1996

Diagenesis of Fossiliferous Concretions from the Upper Cretaceous Fox Hills Formation, North Dakota

Scott J. Carpenter , J. Mark Erickson , Kyger C Lohmann , Michael R. Owen

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... evolved water, their isotopic compositions would lie on this rock-water interaction trend (Fig. 11). In the case of the Fox Hills Formation, marine...

1988

Abstract: Sedimentological Analysis and Reservoir Potential of the Lower Silurian Attawapiskat Formation, Hudson Bay Basin, Northeastern Manitoba; #90174 (2014)

Akhil Ramdoyal and Nancy Chow

Search and Discovery.com

.... The underexplored Hudson Platform is considered a frontier prospect, with the Attawapiskat Formation being the main potential reservoir rock...

2014

History of Hydrothermal Fluid Flow in the Midcontinent: A Key to Understanding the Origin and Distribution of Porosity; #50958 (2014)

Robert Goldstein and Bradley King

Search and Discovery.com

...  rock-­‐water  interac6on  as   fluids  migrate  ver6cally  through  interval   Highly  Radiogenic   compared  to   dolomite...

2014

Regional Variations in Formation Water Chemistry, Frio Formation (Oligocene), Texas Gulf Coast

Robert A. Morton , Lynton S. Land

AAPG Bulletin

... that the local variability of modern formation water chemistry is most easily explained by variations in fluid flow and rock-water interaction...

1987

Geochemical interactions of shale and brine in autoclave experiments—Understanding mineral reactions during hydraulic fracturing of Marcellus and Eagle Ford Shales

Jiemin Lu, Patrick J. Mickler, Jean-Philippe Nicot, Wanjoo Choi, William L. Esch, and Roxana Darvari

AAPG Bulletin

... with the minerals in the formation. A series of geochemical processes will then occur in the rock–water system to reach a new chemical equilibrium. During...

2017

Sources of Energy

Amos Salvador

AAPG Special Volumes

... to 2000 m (425 to 6500 ft), where temperatures are low enough for the formation of permafrost, and in the uppermost part of deep-water sediments below...

2005

Sources of Energy

Amos Salvador

AAPG Special Volumes

... 130 to 2000 m (425 to 6500 ft), where temperatures are low enough for the formation of permafrost, and in the uppermost part of deep-water sediments...

2005

Groundwater Geochemistry of the Kingshill Aquifer System, St. Croix

Ivan Gill

Environmental Geosciences (DEG)

... formation waters, or from rock-water interactions. Contributions from saline formation waters, particularly from the Jealousy Formation, seem...

1994

Impact of Hydrothermal Fluid Flow on Mississippian Reservoir Properties, Southern Midcontinent

Robert H. Goldstein, Bradley D. King

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... extensive rock-water interaction leading to the interpretation of regionally advective fluid flow. The oxygen isotope data indicate higher temperatures...

2014

Geochemistry of Formation Water, Plio-Pleistocene Reservoirs, Offshore Louisiana

L. S. Land , G. L. Macpherson

GCAGS Transactions

... diagenesis of sediments. Study of formation water chemistry, in conjunction with rock chemistry, can potentially constrain not only the source...

1989

The Three Elements of Structural Geology, #41849 (2017).

Terry Engelder

Search and Discovery.com

... contain water in its pores and cracks between grains. During pressure solution part of the rock is dissolved into the water within the cracks...

2017

Isotope Geochemistry of Regionally Extensive Calcite Cement Zones and Marine Components in Mississippian Limestones, New Mexico

William J. Meyers, Kyger C. Lohmann

Special Publications of SEPM

... of the waterrock system. This involved a decrease in the degree of rock-water interaction. which in turn resulted from dcplction of metastable...

1985

A Semianalytical P/Z Technique for the Analysis of Reservoir Performance from Abnormally Pressured Gas Reservoirs

Ronald Gunawan, T. A. Blasingame

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... (1969) attribute the non-linear p/z versus Gp behavior to "pore collapse" and formation compaction. They recommend that rock and water compressibilities...

2003

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