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Cores from the Northwest European Hydrocarbon Province

Product Code: MPB35
Series: GSL Miscellaneous Titles - print copy
Author/Editor: Edited by Colin D. Oakman, John H. Martin and Patrick W. M. Corbett
Publication Date: 21 October 1997
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This volume displays large format core photographs from over 1000m (about 3300ft) of core from 56 wells demonstrating representative sections of some of the major depositional systems within the North Sea (UK and Danish Sectors) and UK Continental Shelf. It is hoped that the photographs and their accompanying descriptive texts will be able to demonstrate the lithologies, sedimentary structures and sequences of a number of NW European hydrocarbon reservoir systems in more detail than previously available, and allow these to be reviewed by a wider audience outside the petroleum industry, particularly senior students and researchers who may not have had previous opportunities to examine proprietary subsurface data.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 1-86239-002-9
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-1-86239-002-7
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 236
Weight: 1.3 kg


OAKMAN, C. D., MARTIN, J. H. & CORBETT, P. W. M. Cores from the Northwest European hydrocarbon province: introduction and review • Regional and sequence stratigraphic applications • JOHANNESSEN, P. N. Upper Jurassic back-barrier and shoreface reservoir sandstones and thin turbidite sandstones in the Danish Central Trough, North Sea • DIXON, R. I. & MITCHENER, B. C. Tectonically enhanced maximum flooding surfaces and deep marine sedimentation in the Late Jurassic of the North Sea Basin • ANDERTON, R. Sedimentation and basin evolution in the Palaeogene of the northern North Sea • PICKERING, K. T., VINING, B'. A & IOANNIDEs, N. S. Core photograph-based study of stratigraphic relationships of some Tertiary deep-marine lowstand depositional systems in the Central North Sea • Representative sections from reservoirs and fields • RITCHIE, J. S. & PRATSIDES, P. M. Carboniferous reservoir development in the Caister C Field, Block 44/23a, UK Southern North Sea • SWEET, M. L. Rotliegend core from the 48/6-34 Well, Hyde Field, Southern Gas Basin BOND, J. Late Triassic stratigraphy of the Beryl Field • ROBERTSON, G. Beryl Field: Late Triassic to Cretaceous stratigraphy • DIXON, R. J., BECKLY, A, DODD, C. & Los, A Reservoir geology of the Bruce Field; Bruce-Beryl Embayment, Quadrant 9, UKCS • WAKEFIELD, L. L., DROSTE, H., GILES, M. R. & JANSEN, R. Late Jurassic Fulmar Formation: correlatable events and lithofacies illustrated by core photographs • GARLAND, C. R. Miller Field lithotypes, wellI6/8b-A02. • LAKER, N., BEDROCK, M., DAL, J.-A & PAZDZIERSKI, G. Witch Ground Graben, UK North Sea Piper Delta System of the Saltire Field: tide or wave influenced? • CULLEN, B., WARD, B. J. & WARRENDER, J. M. Facies of the Forties Member in the Nelson Field, UKCS North Sea • DEN HARTOG JAGER, D., GILES, M. R. & GRIFFITHS, G. R. Variety of turbidite deposits within the Forties Fan: examples from the Nelson Field • JOY, A Cores from the Early Eocene Gryphon Oilfield, Block 9118b • The use of cores in reservoir studies • HERN, C. Y. & STEEL, N. C. T. Petrophysical and facies description of the mixed fluvio-aeolian Frobisher reservoir: a genetic unit approach to reservoir characterization • THOMAS, S. D., CORBETT, P. W. M. & JENSEN, I. L. Permeability anisotropy estimation within the Sherwood Sandstone, Morecambe Bay Gas Field: a numerical approach using probe permeametry • LASOCKI, J., LEJA, A, RUSSELL, K. & THICKPENNY, A Problematic event beds in the Franklin Sands, Well 29/5b-6, 6Z • EMERY, D. Porosity decline across the Magnus Field, UKCS, controlled by synchronous migration of petroleum and quartz cementation • FINE, S., YUSAS, M. R. & J0RGENSEN, L. N. Geological aspects of horizontal drilling: chalk cores from the Danish Central Trough 


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