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Biostratigraphy in Production & Development Geology

Product Code: SP152
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by R. W. Jones and M. D. Simmons
Publication Date: 14 September 1999
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Description

In the production as opposed to the exploration arena, biostratigraphic and related techniques are used to address reservoir-scale problems such as detailed correlation, interpretation of depositional environment, geometry, connectivity and compartmentalisation, and reserves estimation and optimisation of recovery. This book records recent advances that biostratigraphy has made in production and development geology. It serves to illustrate to non-biostratigraphers the potential applicability of biostratigraphy in this area, and to encourage biostratigraphers to further explore and evaluate this potential.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 1-86239-031-2
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-1-86239-031-7
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 318
Weight: 1.00 kg

Contents

Preface and Introduction • The role and value of ‘high-impact biostratigraphy’ in reservoir appraisal and development • Sequence stratigraphic subdivision of the Humber Group in the Outer Moray Firth Area (UKCS, North Sea) • Micropalaeontological biostratigraphy of the Magnus Sandstone Member (Kimmeridgian-Early Volgian), Magnus Field, UK North Sea • Wellsite biostratigraphy of Danish horizontal wells • Microfossil diachronism in southern Norwegian North Sea Chalks: Valhall and Hod Fields • Chalk paleoenvironments and depositional model, Valhall/Hod fields southern Norwegian North Sea • Towards a stable and agreed nomenclature for North Sea Tertiary Diatom Floras - the ‘Coscinodiscus’ problem • The Andrew Formation and biosteering - different reservoirs, different approaches • High resolution biostratigraphy and sequence development of the Paleocene succession, Grane Field, Norway • Forties Field (North Sea) revisited: a demonstration of the value of historical micropalaeontological data • Constraints on the application of palynology to the correlation of Euramerican Late Carboniferous clastic hydrocarbon reservoirs • Microfossil assemblages as proxies for precise palaeoenvironmental determination - an example from Miocene sediments of North-West Borneo • Reservoir biostratigraphy of the Pedernales Field, Venezuela • High resolution sequence biostratigraphy of a lowstand prograding deltaic wedge: Oso Field (late Miocene), Nigeria • Biosignals from the EA Field, Nigeria • Applied palaeontology: a critical stratigraphic tool in Gulf of Mexico Exploration and Exploitation

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