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The Resource Sand injectites : implications for hydrocarbon exploration and production, edited by Andrew Hurst, Joseph Cartwright

Sand injectites : implications for hydrocarbon exploration and production, edited by Andrew Hurst, Joseph Cartwright

Label
Sand injectites : implications for hydrocarbon exploration and production
Title
Sand injectites
Title remainder
implications for hydrocarbon exploration and production
Statement of responsibility
edited by Andrew Hurst, Joseph Cartwright
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OKT
Index
no index present
LC call number
TN870.57
LC item number
.S36 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1953-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hurst, A.
  • Cartwright, Joseph
  • American Association of Petroleum Geologists
Series statement
AAPG memoir
Series volume
87
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hydrocarbon reservoirs
  • Petroleum
  • Sandstone
  • Intrusions (Geology)
  • Oil sands
  • Petroleum
  • Oil reservoir engineering
  • Hydrocarbons
Label
Sand injectites : implications for hydrocarbon exploration and production, edited by Andrew Hurst, Joseph Cartwright
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
computer disc
Carrier category code
  • cd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Clastic intrusion at the base of deep-water sands : a trap-forming mechanism in the eastern Mediterranean
  • Jose Frey-Martinez [and others].
  • Successful exploration of a sand injectite complex : Hamsun prospect, Norway block 24/9
  • Wytze de Boer, Peter B. Rawlinson, and Andrew Hurst.
  • Mounded structures of injected sandstones in deep-marine Paleocene reservoirs, Cecilie field, Denmark
  • L. Hamberg [and others].
  • Sandstone injections at Jotun oil field, Norwegian North Sea : modeling their possible effect on hydrocarbon recovery
  • Claudia G. Guargena [and others].
  • Recognition criteria, significance to field performance, and reservoir modeling of sand injections in the Balder field, North Sea
  • Nowell A. Briedis [and others].
  • Introduction:
  • Three-dimensional geometry of sandstone injection complexes in the Gryphon field, United Kingdom North Sea
  • Lidia Lonergan [and others].
  • Sand-injection structures in deep-water sandstones from the TY Formation (Paleocene), Sleipner Øst field, Norwegian North Sea
  • Nicholas Satur and Andrew Hurst.
  • New approach to 3-D geological modeling of complex sand injectite reservoirs : the Alba field, United Kingdom Central North Sea
  • P.N. Fretwell [and others]
  • Theoretical considerations:
  • Large-scale sand injection in the Paleogene of the North Sea : modeling of energy and flow velocities
  • Davide Duranti
  • Outcrop analogs:
  • Relevance of sand injectites to hydrocarbon exploration and production
  • The Upper Jurassic Hareelv Formation of East Greenland : a giant sedimentary injection complex
  • Finn Surlyk, John Gjelberg, and Nanna Noe-Nygaard.
  • Reservoir-scale Miocene injectite near Santa Cruz, California
  • Brian J. Thompson, Robert E. Garrison, and J. Casey Moore.
  • Vocontian Aptian and Albian syndepositional clastic sills and dikes : a field-based mechanical approach to predict and model the early fracturing of marly-limy sediments
  • Olivier Parize [and others].
  • Methodological approach to clastic injectites : from field analysis to seismic modeling : examples of the Vocontian Aptian and Albian injectites (southeast France)
  • Olivier Parize [and others].
  • Early Paleocene cold seep system in the Panoche and Tumey Hills, central California (United States)
  • Daniel Minisini and Hilde Schwartz.
  • Andrew Hurst and Joseph Cartwright
  • Outcrop example of large-scale conglomeratic intrusions sourced from deep-water channel deposits, Cerro Toro Formation, Magallanes Basin, Southern Chile
  • Stephen M. Hubbard, Brian W. Romans, and Stephan A. Graham.
  • Outcrop study of Clastic injection structures in the Carboniferous Tesnus Formation, Marathon Basin, Trans-Pecos Texas
  • Timothy N. Diggs.
  • Variations in sediment extrusion in basin-floor, slope, and delta-front settings : sand volcanoes and extruded sand sheets from the Namurian of County Clare, Ireland
  • R. Jonk, B.T. Cronin, and A. Hurst.
  • Sand volcanoes of the Carboniferous Ross Formation, County Clare, Western Ireland : 3-D internal sedimentary structure and formation
  • J.K. Pringle [and others].
  • Clastic-injection pipes and syndepositional deformation structures in Jurassic eolian deposits : examples from the Colorado Plateau
  • Marjorie Chan [and others].
  • Subsurface:
  • Fluidization and associated soft-sediment deformation in eolian sandstones : Hopeman Sandstone (Permian), Scotland, and Rotliegend, North Sea
  • Ken Glennie and Andrew Hurst.
  • Injected sand sills in a strike-slip fault zone : a case study from the Pilʹsk Suite (Miocene), southeast Schmidt Peninsula, Sakhalin
  • David Macdonald and Rachel Flecker.
  • Aqueous and petroleum fluids associated with sand injectites hosted by lacustrine shales from the oil-shale group (Dinantian), Midland Valley, Scotland
  • R. Jonk [and others]
  • Seismic characterization of large-scale sandstone intrusions
  • Mads Huuse [and others].
  • Geometry, distribution, and development of clastic injections in slope systems : seismic examples from the Upper Cretaceous Kyrre Formation, Måløy slope, Norwegian margin
  • Christopher A.-L. Jackson.
Control code
140507169
Dimensions
29 cm + 1 computer disc (4 3/4 in.)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
vii, 274 pages
File format
multiple file formats
Isbn
9780891813682
Level of compression
uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
MU: CD-ROM cataloged separately.
Specific material designation
optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)140507169
Label
Sand injectites : implications for hydrocarbon exploration and production, edited by Andrew Hurst, Joseph Cartwright
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
computer disc
Carrier category code
  • cd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Clastic intrusion at the base of deep-water sands : a trap-forming mechanism in the eastern Mediterranean
  • Jose Frey-Martinez [and others].
  • Successful exploration of a sand injectite complex : Hamsun prospect, Norway block 24/9
  • Wytze de Boer, Peter B. Rawlinson, and Andrew Hurst.
  • Mounded structures of injected sandstones in deep-marine Paleocene reservoirs, Cecilie field, Denmark
  • L. Hamberg [and others].
  • Sandstone injections at Jotun oil field, Norwegian North Sea : modeling their possible effect on hydrocarbon recovery
  • Claudia G. Guargena [and others].
  • Recognition criteria, significance to field performance, and reservoir modeling of sand injections in the Balder field, North Sea
  • Nowell A. Briedis [and others].
  • Introduction:
  • Three-dimensional geometry of sandstone injection complexes in the Gryphon field, United Kingdom North Sea
  • Lidia Lonergan [and others].
  • Sand-injection structures in deep-water sandstones from the TY Formation (Paleocene), Sleipner Øst field, Norwegian North Sea
  • Nicholas Satur and Andrew Hurst.
  • New approach to 3-D geological modeling of complex sand injectite reservoirs : the Alba field, United Kingdom Central North Sea
  • P.N. Fretwell [and others]
  • Theoretical considerations:
  • Large-scale sand injection in the Paleogene of the North Sea : modeling of energy and flow velocities
  • Davide Duranti
  • Outcrop analogs:
  • Relevance of sand injectites to hydrocarbon exploration and production
  • The Upper Jurassic Hareelv Formation of East Greenland : a giant sedimentary injection complex
  • Finn Surlyk, John Gjelberg, and Nanna Noe-Nygaard.
  • Reservoir-scale Miocene injectite near Santa Cruz, California
  • Brian J. Thompson, Robert E. Garrison, and J. Casey Moore.
  • Vocontian Aptian and Albian syndepositional clastic sills and dikes : a field-based mechanical approach to predict and model the early fracturing of marly-limy sediments
  • Olivier Parize [and others].
  • Methodological approach to clastic injectites : from field analysis to seismic modeling : examples of the Vocontian Aptian and Albian injectites (southeast France)
  • Olivier Parize [and others].
  • Early Paleocene cold seep system in the Panoche and Tumey Hills, central California (United States)
  • Daniel Minisini and Hilde Schwartz.
  • Andrew Hurst and Joseph Cartwright
  • Outcrop example of large-scale conglomeratic intrusions sourced from deep-water channel deposits, Cerro Toro Formation, Magallanes Basin, Southern Chile
  • Stephen M. Hubbard, Brian W. Romans, and Stephan A. Graham.
  • Outcrop study of Clastic injection structures in the Carboniferous Tesnus Formation, Marathon Basin, Trans-Pecos Texas
  • Timothy N. Diggs.
  • Variations in sediment extrusion in basin-floor, slope, and delta-front settings : sand volcanoes and extruded sand sheets from the Namurian of County Clare, Ireland
  • R. Jonk, B.T. Cronin, and A. Hurst.
  • Sand volcanoes of the Carboniferous Ross Formation, County Clare, Western Ireland : 3-D internal sedimentary structure and formation
  • J.K. Pringle [and others].
  • Clastic-injection pipes and syndepositional deformation structures in Jurassic eolian deposits : examples from the Colorado Plateau
  • Marjorie Chan [and others].
  • Subsurface:
  • Fluidization and associated soft-sediment deformation in eolian sandstones : Hopeman Sandstone (Permian), Scotland, and Rotliegend, North Sea
  • Ken Glennie and Andrew Hurst.
  • Injected sand sills in a strike-slip fault zone : a case study from the Pilʹsk Suite (Miocene), southeast Schmidt Peninsula, Sakhalin
  • David Macdonald and Rachel Flecker.
  • Aqueous and petroleum fluids associated with sand injectites hosted by lacustrine shales from the oil-shale group (Dinantian), Midland Valley, Scotland
  • R. Jonk [and others]
  • Seismic characterization of large-scale sandstone intrusions
  • Mads Huuse [and others].
  • Geometry, distribution, and development of clastic injections in slope systems : seismic examples from the Upper Cretaceous Kyrre Formation, Måløy slope, Norwegian margin
  • Christopher A.-L. Jackson.
Control code
140507169
Dimensions
29 cm + 1 computer disc (4 3/4 in.)
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
vii, 274 pages
File format
multiple file formats
Isbn
9780891813682
Level of compression
uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
MU: CD-ROM cataloged separately.
Specific material designation
optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)140507169

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