Article in Organic Geochemistry 32(11):1373 · November 2001 with 33 Reads. The results showed that the hydrocarbon distribution in the stratigraphic onlap reservoirs was controlled by the onlap line, the hydrocarbon distribution in the stratigraphic truncation reservoirs was confined by the truncation line, and the mid layer acted as the key sealing rock.
Stratigraphic controls over porosity development in an Albian ramp sequence, offshore Angola, Africa: porosity evolution under greenhouse conditions in a mixed ate/evaporite setting. Dr. Clyde H. Moore received his BS degree in Geology from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge and his MS and PhD degrees from the University of Texas in Austin.
in Sedimentology, Volume 55 by Clyde H. Moore
Developments in Sedimentology, Volume 55: Carbonate Reservoirs: Porosity Evolution & Diagenesis in a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework. This comprehensive text and accompanying CD-ROM will provide the reader with an integrated overview of diagenesis and porosity evolution in carbonate petroleum reservoirs and ancient carbonate rock sequences. The initial chapters of this volume provide an overview of the carbonate sedimentologic system and the application of sequence stratigraphic concepts to carbonate rock sequences.
ABSTRACT: In this study, to identify and analyze facies of depositional environment and depositional model of Qom Formation, stratigraphic Saran Section (southwest of Semnan) was selected. Qom Formation in Saran section includes about 380 meters of conglomerate at the base, chalk, limestone, marl, and shale. Petrographic studies with facies analysis have led to the identification of 12 microfacies, these microfacies have been deposited in four facies groups including tidal flat, lagoon, barrier and open marine.
Volume 55 by Clyde H. Moore and Publisher Elsevier Science. porosity is explored in the burial diagenetic regimen in a tectonic framework.
Carbonate Reservoirs: Porosity Evolution and Diagenesis in a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework, Volume 55 by Clyde H. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780444508508, 9780080878577, 0080878571. There follows a summary of early diagenesis and porosity evolution couched in a sequence stratigraphic, climatic and tectonic framework. Predictive porosity/diagenesis models are developed. The fate of early-formed porosity is explored in the burial diagenetic regimen in a tectonic framework.
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The initial chapters of this volume provide an overview of the carbonate sedimentologic system and the application of sequence stratigraphic concepts to carbonate rock sequences. The nature of carbonate porosity and its control by diagenesis is explored. Porosity classification schemes are detailed, compared, and their utility examined. The nature and characteristics of diagenetic environments and tools for their recognition in the ancient record are specified.
The middle chapters of the book consist of a thorough examination of the major, surficial diagenetic environments, such as normal marine, evaporative marine and meteoric environments, emphasising porosity modifying processes illustrated by numerous case histories. There f
Author: Clyde H. Moore
Publisher: Elsevier Science (June 6, 2001)
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