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Current oil and gas production from North American upper Cretaceous chalks

Peter A. Scholle

Current oil and gas production from North American upper Cretaceous chalks

by Peter A. Scholle

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, distributed by Branch of Distribution, U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Va, Arlington, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chalk,
  • Petrology,
  • Petroleum in submerged lands

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 48-51

    Statementby Peter A. Scholle
    SeriesGeological Survey circular ; 767, Geological Survey circular -- 767
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 51 p. :
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13601660M

    Upper Cretaceous In Northwest Europe the Upper Cretaceous is developed as a uniform cover of predominantly friable, white or cream-coloured, micritic limestones. This type of limestones which has an earthy texture is commonly known as 'chalk'. Hattin, D. E., a, Stratigraphic study of the Carlile-Niobrara (Upper Cretaceous) unconformity in Kansas and northeastern Nebraska; in, The Cretaceous System in the Western Interior of North America, W. G. E. Caldwell, ed.: Geological Association of Canada, Special Pa p.

      “It’s tough to make a buck,” said Bill Maloney, executive vice president for North American exploration and production at Statoil, the Norwegian state oil company, a major producer in : Clifford Krauss. The Asian state-owned oil companies are planning in a very holistic way for energy demand over the next few decades, and North American gas is cheap if a company wants to add reserves.

    Buy The geochemistry of chert formation in Upper Cretaceous chalks by Christopher John Clayton (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Christopher John Clayton. A correlation of the Upper Cretaceous White Chalk Formation between the North and South Downs is presented. All key marker bands, the marl seams, flint bands and many of the nodular-chalk seams correlate in detail. Differences occur where the North Downs Chalk is attenuated and marker bands are thus by:


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Current oil and gas production from North American upper Cretaceous chalks by Peter A. Scholle Download PDF EPUB FB2

Current Oi I and Gas Production from North American Upper Cretaceous Chalks By Peter A. Scholle ABSTRACT Production of oil and natural gas from North American chalks has increased signifi­ cantly during the past five years, spurred by the prolific production from North Sea chalks, as well as by higher prices and improved pro­Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Current oil and gas production from North American Upper Cretaceous Chalks}, author = {Scholle, P.A.}, abstractNote = {Production of oil and natural gas from North American chalks has increased significantly during the past five years.

Chalk reservoirs have been discovered in the Gulf Coast in the Austin Group, Saratoga and Annona. Current oil and gas production from North American upper Cretaceous chalks (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter A Scholle.

Current oil and gas production from North American upper Cretaceous chalks (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Peter A Scholle; Geological Survey (U.S.).

Production of oil and natural gas from North American chalks has increased significantly during the past five years. Chalk reservoirs have been discovered in the Gulf Coast in the Austin Group, Saratoga and Annona Chalks, Ozan Formation, Selma Group, Monroe gas rock, (an informal unit of Navarro age), and other Upper Cretaceous units.

Scholle PA (b) Current oil and gas production from North American Upper Cretaceous chalks. US Geol Surv Circ 51 pp Google Scholar Scholle PA, Cloud K () Diagenetic patterns of the Austin Group and their control of petroleum by: 7. Maastrichtian Stage of North America‎ (2 C, 40 P) Milk River Formation‎ (20 P) Mooreville Chalk‎ (35 P) Pages in category "Upper Cretaceous Series of North America" The following 59 pages are in this category, out of 59 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes. Industry: Oil & Energy Doing business as: Cretaceous Energy Phone: () Description: Cretaceous Energy Inc is an Oil and Energy company located in Grnvlle Ave SteDallas, Texas, United States. Addresses: Grnvlle Ave SteDallas, TX Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX Categories: Oil & Gas Exploration & Development.

Oil And Gas Fields Of The Western Interior And Northern Texas Coal Measures And Of The Upper Cretaceous And Tertiary Of The Western Gulf Coast [George Irving Adams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesAuthor: George Irving Adams. One opportunity for developing new lowcost, low-risk gas reserves in this basin is the Upper Cretaceous Lewis Shale, a marine shale sequence that contains an estimated 96 Tcf of natural gas resources.

The gas flow rates from Lewis Shale completions average between to Mcf per day and generally exhibit very shallow production decline rates. We have studied 56 unfractured chalk samples of the Upper Cretaceous Tor Formation of the Dan, South Arne and Gorm Fields, Danish North Sea.

The samples have porosities of between 14% and 45% and. Diagenetic Variations between Upper Cretaceous Outcrop and Deeply Buried Reservoir Chalks of the North Sea Area* By Morten L.

Hjuler1 and Ida L. Fabricius1 Search and Discovery Article # () Posted November 1, *Adapted from extended abstract prepared for presentation at AAPG Annual convention, Long Beach, California, April Ichnology of American chalks: the Selma Group (Upper Cretaceous), Western Alabama Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 22(6) February with.

The size of the North American oil and gas prize—and what it means By Allen Gilmer, Mark Nibbelink, Drillinginfo on 1/27/ In the span of 50 years we’ve had at least two paradigm shifting. Pub. Id: A () First Page: 97 Last Page: Book Title: SG Petroleum Geochemistry and Source Rock Potential of Carbonate Rocks Article/Chapter: Generation and Migration of Hydrocarbons in Upper Cretaceous Austin Chalk, South-Central Texas Subject Group: Geochemistry, Generation, Migration Spec.

Pub. Type: Studies in Geology Pub. Year:. The Cretaceous is one of the most important stratigraphic intervals for hydrocarbon source rocks. This article summarizes the distribution, formation, and development characteristics of Cretaceous source rocks and associated oil and gas resources in the world and China, aiming at improving the understanding of this hydrocarbon enrichment and at broadening domestic Cited by: 6.

Category:Late Cretaceous North America Jump to Late Cretaceous life of North America‎ (1 C) M Maastrichtian Stage of North America‎ (3 C, 46 P) S. The development of horizontal drilling combined with large volume multi-stage hydraulic fracturing has initiated a new era of oil and gas production.

More than horizontal wells have been drilled in the Upper Cretaceous reservoirs of the Powder River : William Ruhle, Jon Orth. Inthe U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) assessed Lower Cretaceous Albian to Upper Cretaceous Cenomanian carbonate rocks of the Fredericksburg and Washita Groups and their equivalent units for technically recoverable, undiscovered hydrocarbon resources underlying onshore lands and State Waters of the Gulf Coast region of the United : Sharon M.

Swanson, Catherine B. Enomoto, Kristin O. Dennen, Brett J. Valentine, Steven M. Cahan. Oil Capital: The History of American Oil, Wildcatters, Independents and Their Bankers The history of oilmen and the energy bankers who loan them capital is inextricably bound together.

Energy bankers have reacted, adjusted and evolved alongside the same business cycles, regulatory changes and commodity-price gyrations that have challenged the 5/5(11).

Mesaverde Group, Maastrichtian to lower Eocene North Horn Formation, and the Paleocene and Eocene Wasatch, Colton, and Green River Formations, and the upper Eocene Uinta Formation.

The basin’s largest oil and associated gas fields produce from fluvial and lacustrine reservoirs of the Green River Formation and/or its lateral and temporal.The Upper Cretaceous Austin Chalk forms a low-permeability, onshore Gulf of Mexico reservoir that produces oil and gas from major fractures oriented parallel to the underlying Lower Cretaceous shelf edge.

Horizontal drilling links these fracture systems to create an interconnected network that drains the reservoir. Field and well locations along the production trend are .But the latest Late Cretaceous saw one of the smallest, Nanotyrannus, about 18 feet long, and the largest, Tyrannosaurus, 40 feet long.

Ankylosaurs and nodosaurs were heavily armored plant-eaters that did not need the protection of a herd to avoid being eaten. There were many small predators in North America.