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Integration of geological and petrophysical data in reservoir characterization of Pennsylvanian Upper Morrow "C-sand" in Wilburton Field, Morton County, Kansas
The Morrow C-sand reservoir at Wilburton Field is an incised-valley-fill fluvial sandstone of Pennsylvanian age. It is compartmentalized into five flow units, each of which possesses particular geological and petrophysical ...
Tectonic geomorphology of the eastern Trinidad shelf : implications for influence of structure on reservoir distribution and nature in older basin fill
Few deltaic systems in tectonically active areas of the world exhibit more data for detailed study than the Orinoco Delta extending along the hydrocarbon-rich, narrow, eastern shelf of the island of Trinidad. The entire ...
Seismic AVO response to variations in sandstone reservoir properties
Successful exploration for hydrocarbon reservoirs requires understanding seismic response for different sandstone lithologies. Today, many new targets lie within shale-rich environments such as mud-rich deltaic systems, ...
Fluvial-deltaic and shallow-marine seismic geomorphology of the West Natuna Basin : implications for reservoir architecture and basin evolution
Quantitative seismic geomorphology and morphometric analysis of modern and paleo-landforms are powerful tools for extracting data about geologic history, processes, and fill architecture of terrestrial and marine basins. ...