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Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis

Richard C. Selley

Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis

by Richard C. Selley

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Published by AAPG Dept. of Educational Activities in Tulsa, OK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic.,
  • Facies (Geology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard C. Selley.
    SeriesAAPG continuing education course note series -- no. 9
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE"651"S45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination82 p.
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19824095M

      Middleton () summoned up this concept as follows: “A comfortable vertical sequence of facies was generated by a lateral sequence of environment”. This law is one of the basic assumptions of facies analysis and was demonstrated in many modern sedimentary environments in which sub-environments prograde across one another. @article{osti_, title = {Log analysis of subsurface geology: Concepts and computer methods}, author = {Doveton, J.H.}, abstractNote = {This is a text for engineers/graduate students studying petroleum engineering. It provides introduction to log analysis and review of logging tools.

    Facies Interpretation from Well Logs: Applied to SMEKS Field, Offshore Western Niger Delta Olumuyiwa Odundun1; Matthew Nton1 1 Department of Geology, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria SUMMARY This paper presents the interpretation of data from well-logs and core samples obtained from SMEKS Field, offshore western Niger Size: 1MB. Geophysical Methods & Applications SubSurface Surveys & Associates, Inc., established in , specializes in near-surface geophysics and utility locating services and is dedicated to establishing strong client relationships. SubSurface Survey’s extensive education and experienceFile Size: 1MB.

    This is a complete, practical, up-to-the minute guide to the use of subsurface interpretation, mapping and cross-section techniques in the search for oil and gas deposits. This book is fully updated and bility: Live. Facies Analysis Coal Facies (Fig. ) Description The coal facies consists of true coal (high volatile C- to A bituminous) to very carbonaceous siltstone. In core, thickness ranges from a few inches or centimeters to feet ( m), with 1 foot ( m) being common. Well log interpretation indicatesFile Size: 2MB.


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Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis by Richard C. Selley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Included in the manual are: (1) Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis; (2) Techniques of subsurface facies analysis; (3) Continental facies; (4) Deltaic-shoreline facies; (5) Barrier-shoreline facies; (6) Shelf facies; and (7) Deep sea facies.

The economic significance of each type of facies discussed is given. Authors: Selley, R.C. Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis (Education course note series) [Selley, Richard C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis (Education course note series)Author: Richard C Selley. From an AAPG Short Course, this publication contains information and figures on sedimentary environments, lithology, physical processes of sedimentation, Lobate (Deltaic) shoreline facies, linear (Barrier) shoreline facies, shelf facies, and deep sea facies.

Tools. Get Permissions. Abstract. There is a particular type of sedimentary facies characterized by thick monotonous sequences of laterally extensive inter-bedded sands & shales.

The sands tend to show a characteristic suite of structures as shown in figure This facies. Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis. Tulsa, Okla.: AAPG: AAPG Bookstore [distributor], (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard C Selley; American Association of Petroleum Geologists.

Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis Richard C. Selley s.n.]: distributed by the AAPG Dept. of Educational Activities, - Science - 82 pages. Discusses information sources, including cores, cuttings, well logs and seismic, and summarizes diagnostic features of major facies.

Presents case studies on environmental diagnosis. The Earth below ground is the subject of interest for many geophysical as well as geological investigations. Even though most practitioners would agree that all available information should be used in such an investigation, it is common practice that only a part of geological and geophysical information is actually integrated in structural geological by: 7.

subsurface investigations. It is an intro-duction to 1) geophysical logs and cor-relation, 2) subsurface facies analysis, 3) seismic methods, and 4) larger-scale analysis of sedimentary facies successions and allostratigraphy.

Subsurface work lends itself to the study of facies relationships on a scale larger than can be accomplished onFile Size: 1MB. analysis in the subsurface: Neogene, Shaleitian area, Bohai Bay Basin, China proven to be a useful method for facies and reservoir interpretation (e.g., Basic concepts and principles.

Abstract. The study and interpretation of the textures, sedimentary structures, fossils, and lithologic associations of sedimentary rocks on the scale of an outcrop, well section, or small segment of a basin (the subject of Chap.

2) comprise the subject of facies analysis. Get this from a library. Concepts and methods of subsurface facies analysis. [Richard C Selley]. Sedimentary facies interpretation of Gamma Ray (GR) log as basic well logs in Central and Lower Indus Basin of Pakistan However, understanding of marine depositional environment is basic tool for fluvial –deltaic facies analysis R.C.

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AAPG Continuing Education Course Note Series #9, Concepts and Methods of Subsurface Facies Analysis [Richard C. Selley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. AAPG Continuing Education Course Note Series #9, Concepts and Methods of Subsurface Facies AnalysisAuthor: Richard C.

Selley. Ecological Engineering 20 () – Concepts and methods of ecological engineering Howard T. Oduma, B. Odumb,∗ a Environmental Engineering Sciences, P.O.

BoxUniversity of Florida, Gainesville, FLUSA b N.W. 9th Ave., Gainesville, FLUSA Received 14 June ; accepted 4 August File Size: 1MB. the accuracy of subsurface predictions. This improvement in hydro-carbon exploration has led to a significant increase in oil production and estimation of recoverable reserves.

The Seismic Stratigraphy and Depositional Facies Models textbook by Paul C.H. Many reservoir intervals are barren of fossils, and conventional stratigraphic methods often lack the required level of resolution. An alternative stratigraphic approach is to use the climate record stored in the sedimentary rock record and subsequently recorded by facies-sensitive wireline logs.

AAPG Datapages/Archives. Welcome Guest. Login as a different user | AAPG Members User Log In. Home. Book Title: CN 9: Concepts and Methods of Subsurface Facies Analysis.

Article/Chapter: Session 1. Concepts and Methods of Subsurface Facies Analysis. Subject Group: Oil--Methodology and Concepts. Spec. Pub. Type: Course Notes. Pub. This book is organized into 10 chapters and begins with an introduction to partial differential and various solution approaches used in subsurface flow.

The discussion then shifts to the fundamental theory of the finite element method, with emphasis on the Galerkin finite element method and how it can be used to solve a wide range of subsurface Book Edition: 3. The Geology of Fluvial Deposits represents the first published synthesis of research on the sedimentary geology of fluvial deposits.

It sets out in detail the methods for the field and subsurface study of these sediments, and provides geologists with detailed descriptions of the building blocks of fluvial stratigraphic units, from lithofacies through architectural elements and depositional.The diagnosis of depositional environments is essential to facies analysis and hence to the search for porous reservoir formations.

This paper discusses the subsurface recognition of depositional environments in terrigenous clastics with particular reference to the North Sea.Analysis: Mapping Key Uncertainties Titus Murray and Howard Johnson N Play Anlaysis for Targeted Prospect Identification Mark Thompson N Managing Uncertainty and Risk in Appraisal Development Pete Smith N SUBSURFACE METHODS PROSPECT EVALUATION MAPPING PLAY FAIRWAY ANALYSIS ECONOMICS AND RISK ANALYSIS BASIN ANALYSIS SEQUENCE.