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Depositional systems and karst geology of the Ellenburger Group (Lower Ordovician), subsurface west Texas

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Published by The University of Texas in Austin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology - Texas,
  • Karst - Texas

  • Edition Notes

    11

    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21986884M

    Depositional Systems and Karst Geology of the Ellenburger Group-Lower Ordovician-Subsurface West Texas, Charles Kearns Occupational and Environmental Exposure to Pentachlorophenol, M. Maroni, H. Knoppel, H. Schlitt. Updated depositional and stratigraphic model of the Lower Jurassic Åre Formation, Heidrun Field, Norway C. Thrana, A. Næss, S. Leary, S. Gowland, M. Brekken and A. Taylor. Depositional dynamics and sequence development in a tidally influenced marginal marine basin: Early Jurassic Neill Klinter Group, Jameson Land Basin, East Greenland

    Ellenburger Group reservoirs constitute a major play in the Permian basin of west Texas, with over billion bbl cumulative production through that most Ellenburger reservoirs are characterized by pronounced vertical and lateral heterogeneities created by post-Ellenburger karst development. Vertical reservoir compartmentalization in. Ellenburger Group Reservoir Geology Ellenburger Group Depositional Facies Assemblages Karst Facies of Ellenburger Group Fusselman Formation Reservoir Geology Thirtyone Formation Reservoir Geology Undifferentiated Mississippian Reservoir Geology. CHAPTER THREE Methodology Data Volumes Use of.

    All 3 formations are fossiliferous. The limestones of the Ellenburger are wary, brown, gray, sublithographic, stromatolitic; they are ripple marked, have desiccation polygons, are thin-bedded, all indicative of shallow-water origin. The dolomites of the group are micro-granular to coarse-grained, weather rough to pitted. Chert abundant. MAIN LIBRARY. Perry-Castañeda Library East 21st St. Austin, TX. Phone: ()


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Depositional systems and karst geology of the Ellenburger Group (Lower Ordovician), subsurface west Texas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kerans, Charles,Depositional Systems and Karst Geology of the Ellenburger Group (Lower Ordovician), Subsurface West Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No.

63 : $ Depositional systems and karst geology of the Ellenburger Group (Lower Ordovician), subsurface West Texas (Report of investigations) [Kerans, C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Depositional systems and karst geology of the Ellenburger Group (Lower Ordovician), subsurface West Texas (Report of investigations)Author: C Kerans.

@article{osti_, title = {Depositional systems and Karst geology of the Ellenburger group (lower ordovician), subsurface West Texas}, author = {Kerans, C.}, abstractNote = {The Ellenburger Group of Texas contains estimated reserves of billion barrels of oil and billion barrels of oil equivalent.

Despite its economic significance, comparatively little is known about the. Get this from a library. Depositional systems and karst geology of the Ellenburger Group (Lower Ordovician), subsurface West Texas. [C Kerans]. The Ellenburger Group is an ongoing, important exploration target in West Texas.

Carbonate depositional systems within the Ellenburger Group are relatively simple; however, the diagenetic overprint is complex, producing strong spatial heterogeneity within the reservoir systems.

[Show full abstract] in core, the author identified six depositional systems in the Ellenburger: fan delta-marginal marine, lower tidal flat, high-energy restricted shelf, low-energy restricted.

It is apparent from core and outcrop examination that karst systems have developed in the Arbuckle Group. However, these systems are hardly ubiquitous; in fact, only about 15 to 20% of the Arbuckle developed significant karst-related porosity.

In constructing paleokarst models for the Arbuckle Group, karst concepts and processes, hydrogeologic. Depositional systems and karst geology of the Ellenberger Group, (Lower Ordovician), subsurface west Texas, University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, TX (), p.

63 Report of Investigations, Cited by: 2. Bureau of Economic Geology The University of Texas at Austin Burnet Rd., Bldg Austin, TX Search for other works by this author on: GSW. Depositional systems vary according to the types of sediments available for deposition as well as the depositional processes and environments in which they are deposited.

The dominant depositional systems are alluvial, fluvial, deltaic, marine, lacustrine and eolian systems. Karst-Controlled Reservoir Heterogeneity in Ellenburger Group Carbonates of West Texas Article (PDF Available) in AAPG Bulletin 72(10) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Charles Kerans.

Depositional Environments as Interpreted from Primary Sedimentary Structures and Stratification Sequences Issue 2 of SEPM short course, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, ISSN Issue 2 of Society of economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.

SEPM short course no. The Permian basin of west Texas and Southeastern New Mexico is one of the major petroleum producing regions of the United States. This basin produced 3% of the world's petroleum in and in that year, 1% of the world's proven reserves were in the Permian basin (Robichaud, ).

Most of the Upper Permian hydrocarbon reservoirs are in San Andres and Grayburg formations. The tectonic history of the Permian Basin has a direct implication on the accumulation and preservation of the vast hydrocarbon reserves of the Guadalupian stage.

The structural development of the basin is generally be divided into three stages: the first stage encompasses the Cambrian through Mississippian in which the region was a broad marine basin in which vast carbonate and clastics. The Puckett Field is located in Pecos County, west Texas, approximately miles ( km) east-southeast of El Paso and 90 miles ( km) southwest of Midland (Fig.

The discovery well, the Cited by: Carbonate sediments tend to show a ribbon-like geometry and are less commonly developed as widespread sheets.

Examples of both geometries are shown by two of the major carbonate reservoir intervals in the Middle East. Sediments of the Permian–Triassic Khuff Formation were deposited on a very low relief shelf, sheltered from the open ocean by a barrier reef. Depositional Systems: A Genetic Approach to Sedimentary Geology.

by Richard A. Davis (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

Cited by: Some Geologic Attributes of the Austin Chalk Group in the Areas of the San Marcos Arch and Karnes Trough COURSE BOOK (8) DEPOSITIONAL SYSTEMS (70) DIAGENESIS (20) DOLOMITIZATION (6) FACIES (13) FLOW MODELING (29) FRACTURES (28) GEOCHEMISTRY (14) GEOMODELS (26) KARST (39) MECHANICAL STRATIGRAPHY (7) PORE SYSTEMS (84) REMOTE SENSING ( Reservoir heterogeneities can be microscopic, macroscopic, or megascopic, meaning that rock properties vary from micro- to field scale.

Common examples of microscopic heterogeneity include the variations in pore size and pore throat diameter, sorting of grains, presence of impurities, and the tortuous nature of miniscule channels in rocks, resulting in a wide range of permeability from one.

This book has been written with the aim of compiling from modern environments information that can be useful in the reconstruction of ancient environments. It is intended for all those interested in recognizing depositional environments. The study of sediments includes investigations of various aspects of.

Facies Belts, Microfacies, and Karst Features of the Ellenburger Group, Kerr Basin, Texas: Observations Based on Cores Geesaman, Richard C.; Wilson, James L. Carbonate-dominated strata of the Lower Ordovician Ellenburger Group have potential for significant reserves of hydrocarbons in the sparsely explored Kerr Basin of southwest Texas.The study of karst systems has long focused primarily on fracture-caves and geomorphology dominated by continental freshwater karsts [1,2].As a result, studies of paleokarst-type oil and gas reservoirs used the continental freshwater karst model as a reference [3,4,5,6,7,8].For example, the Ordovician buried-hill karst fracture-cavern that is an important oil and gas reservoir in the northern Cited by: 1.Depositional Systems & Karst Geology of the Ellenburger Group}TX Kerans} Charles Bureau Economic Geology UTA} Austin 63p}6plates Use of Dye Tracing to Determine Direction of Groundwater Flow Mull} Donald S.

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