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Characterization of deep-marine clastic sediments from foreland basins: Outcrop-derived concepts for exploration, production and reservoir modelling. Doctoral thesis; Karakterizering van diep-mariene klastische sedimenten uit voorland bekkens: Aan ontsluitingen ontleende concepten voor exploratie, produktie en reservoir modellering

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Abstract

Deep-marine clastic sediments are the host for many prolific hydrocarbon reservoirs. The sandbodies that form these reservoirs show a wide variety in shape, spatial arrangement, and internal structure. The outcrops studied for this thesis pertain to the fill of circum-mediterranean foreland basins in Spain and Greece. The outcrops have allowed the description of the multiscale anatomy of sandbodies that cover a wide range of depositional settings. The descriptions are focused on those features that are most likely to influence the flow of fluids through analogous reservoirs of similar construction. Extensive use was made of photomosaics to outline the large-scale geometries and stacking modes of the sandbodies. The sediments studied form the basis for seven `reservoir models` that are both descriptive and conceptual.
Authors:
Publication Date:
Feb 20, 1995
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
PB-95-197828/XAB
Reference Number:
SCA: 020200; PA: GRA-95:41623; EDB-95:081374; SN: 95001391478
Resource Relation:
Other Information: DN: Summary in Dutch; TH: Doctoral thesis; PBD: 20 Feb 1995
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; RESERVOIR ROCK; PERMEABILITY; GEOLOGIC STRUCTURES; MEDITERRANEAN SEA; PETROLEUM GEOLOGY; SEDIMENTARY BASINS
OSTI ID:
56449
Research Organizations:
Technische Univ. Delft (Netherlands)
Country of Origin:
Netherlands
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ISBN 90-9007828-2; TRN: 51441623
Availability:
NTIS
Submitting Site:
GRA
Size:
274 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 26, 1995

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Citation Formats

Schuppers, J D. Characterization of deep-marine clastic sediments from foreland basins: Outcrop-derived concepts for exploration, production and reservoir modelling. Doctoral thesis; Karakterizering van diep-mariene klastische sedimenten uit voorland bekkens: Aan ontsluitingen ontleende concepten voor exploratie, produktie en reservoir modellering. Netherlands: N. p., 1995. Web.
Schuppers, J D. Characterization of deep-marine clastic sediments from foreland basins: Outcrop-derived concepts for exploration, production and reservoir modelling. Doctoral thesis; Karakterizering van diep-mariene klastische sedimenten uit voorland bekkens: Aan ontsluitingen ontleende concepten voor exploratie, produktie en reservoir modellering. Netherlands.
Schuppers, J D. 1995. "Characterization of deep-marine clastic sediments from foreland basins: Outcrop-derived concepts for exploration, production and reservoir modelling. Doctoral thesis; Karakterizering van diep-mariene klastische sedimenten uit voorland bekkens: Aan ontsluitingen ontleende concepten voor exploratie, produktie en reservoir modellering." Netherlands.
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abstractNote = {Deep-marine clastic sediments are the host for many prolific hydrocarbon reservoirs. The sandbodies that form these reservoirs show a wide variety in shape, spatial arrangement, and internal structure. The outcrops studied for this thesis pertain to the fill of circum-mediterranean foreland basins in Spain and Greece. The outcrops have allowed the description of the multiscale anatomy of sandbodies that cover a wide range of depositional settings. The descriptions are focused on those features that are most likely to influence the flow of fluids through analogous reservoirs of similar construction. Extensive use was made of photomosaics to outline the large-scale geometries and stacking modes of the sandbodies. The sediments studied form the basis for seven `reservoir models` that are both descriptive and conceptual.}
place = {Netherlands}
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