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Geophysical well-log measurements in three drill holes at Salt Valley, Utah

Jeffrey J. Daniels

Geophysical well-log measurements in three drill holes at Salt Valley, Utah

by Jeffrey J. Daniels

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Published by The Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geophysical well logging -- Utah.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jeffrey J. Daniels, Robert J. Hite, and James H. Scott ; United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey.
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 81-36, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-36.
    ContributionsHite, R. J., Scott, James H., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22446753M

    reservoirs, avoid dry holes, find new traps in old fields, extract the maximum information from exploration wells, and validate or recognize errors in existing interpretations. Dr. Richard Groshong's book, 3D Structural Geology, is included with the course materials. DESIGNED FOR Development geoscientists and those exploring. USGS, DOE, USBM, Engineering, and NBMG Open-File Reports on File at NBMG. These miscellaneous open-file reports are on file in the Information Office of NBMG and are available to the public. Photocopies can be purchased. For more information contact us by phone at () or via email at [email protected] The microfiche copy, released as OF A, contains pages; there are three Macintosh diskettes (low density, K, one for each of parts A-C) FUNDAMENTALS OF WELL LOGGING AND WELL-LOG INTERPRETATION I. Books and Review Papers Magnusson, K.A., and Duran, O., , Comparison between core, log, hydraulic, and geophysical measurements. Notes Abstract: These proceedings represent the talks, posters, and symposia presented at the 13th Multidisciplinary Conference on Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst, which took place in Carlsbad, New Mexico, at the NCKRI headquarters, May ,

    by Fugro, Inc. for three additional test holes in the study area (Fig. 11). The data are listed in Table 1. Most of Shallow drill holes (50 m) across the faults and the fault intersection, to determine possible zones of high units are based on well log information and gravity data. Crosthwaite, E.G., , Preliminary data for thirty four auger holes in the Raft River valley, February March 8, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Data Release, May 10, USGS. Statistics on this page represent statistics of access of ETDs from May through November If you are interested in more recent statistics please contact Ellen Amatangelo [email protected] Utah Geological Association Publication 13, p. Ground water in the Great Basin, part of the Basin and Range Province, western Utah, in Cenozoic geology of western Utah--Sites for Precious Metal and Hydrocarbon Accumulations Utah Geological Association Publication 16, p. .

    A succeeding long-term second-order highstand systems tract continued through the remainder of the Anahuac, the Oakville Formation and passed the age range of this report. During this second-order highstand systems tract, well-log data and seismic data indicate the development of lowstand incised valleys in the Oakville Formation. Fisher, J., a, Recent geothermal measurements in the Michigan copper district: American Institute of Mining Engineers Transactions, v. , p. -, b, Recent geothermal measurements in the Michigan copper district: American Institute of Mining Engineers Technical Publication, v. , p. -, , Geophysical prospecting and. Jack spent three years in Shell Oil, New Orleans, in the Deepwater Sub-salt Play Team, and was Leader of the Structural Geology Team between and Jack worked in New Ventures at Central Office for two years being responsible for developing greenfield opportunities, mainly in . The Cotton Valley formation was the primary producing zone in the Elm Grove field prior to discovery of the Haynesville shale. The Cotton Valley formation is a low permeability natural gas sand that ranges in thickness from to feet and has porosity ranging from 6% to 10%.


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