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Correlation study of selected exploration wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska

James Scherr

Correlation study of selected exploration wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska

by James Scherr

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Alaska OCS Region, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Anchorage, Alaska, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • North Slope.,
  • Beaufort Sea.
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- Alaska -- North Slope.,
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- Beaufort Sea.,
    • Stratigraphic correlation -- Alaska -- North Slope.,
    • Stratigraphic correlation -- Beaufort Sea.,
    • Oil well logging -- Alaska -- North Slope.,
    • Oil well logging -- Beaufort Sea.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James Scherr, Susan M. Banet, and Barbara J. Bascle.
      SeriesOCS report
      ContributionsBanet, Susan M., 1954-, Bascle, Barbara J., United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN870.5 .S37 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 29 p. :
      Number of Pages29
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1559007M
      LC Control Number91039982

      GMC Enlows, H.E., and Amoco Oil Co., , Petrographic analysis of 50 sandstone samples from the North Slope of the Brooks Range, Alaska, Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geologic Materials Center Data Report , p. Impacts from oil exploration, development, and production in the Beaufort Sea, Alaska, USA are assessed using concentrations of metals in sediments collected during to , combined with a large data set for to Cited by: 1.

      AAPG International Convention and Exhibition Frontiers of Unconventional Thinking September , – Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Search and Discovery Article # () Posted September 7, Select letter corresponding to first letter of author's last name. * Extended abstracts. Our study area is from the North Slope, Alaska. This region is close to the world-famous hydrocarbon-producing regions, such as the Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk oilfields ().These oilfield have produced enormous amounts of oil and gas since s from the deep reservoirs, such as the Lisburne, Ivishak, Sag River, and Kuparuk, by: 1.

      exploration test in the Beaufort Sea (U.S.). Only the Tunalik, 20, ft, and Inigok, 20, ft, wells in NPRA are deeper tests on the North Slope. There were no drill stem tests (DST). However, the shows several mi­. nor gas kicks. In addition, there were also several descriptions in the mud log of oil­ stained sandstones and tar. Early exploration of the North Slope yielded information that led to an intensive effort in Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4. This, in turn, led to industry exploration which resulted in the discovery of Prudhoe Bay in Special methods are utilized in exploration, production, and transportation.


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Correlation study of selected exploration wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska by James Scherr Download PDF EPUB FB2

Previous correlation studies of North Slope geology mainly use outcrop data and onshore well data. This study uses data from 10 wells located in Federal Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Beaufort Sea waters and 18 coastal wells to extend the geologic correlations to the offshore Beaufort Sea.

Correlation study of selected exploration wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska. Final report. Buy Correlation study of selected exploration wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska (OCS report) by James Scherr (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James Scherr. This comprehensive study documents the drilling target by play type from public domain information for exploration wells on the North Slope of Alaska, Beaufort Sea and Chukchi Sea.

The discovery well and production data for each producing pool are integrated into the study to address the explorers’ questions. This survey contains only well locations that have been taken from "Correlation Study of Selected Exploration Wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska" (for details Table referenced above).

The well data base of this survey does not contain checkshots, logs or markers dataset. North Slope Subsistence Study Wainwright, and | Appendices MMS Correlation Study of Selected Exploration Wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska.

Correlation Study of Selected Exploration Wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska, Susan M. Banet and James Scherr Correlation of the Pennsylvanian-Lower Cretaceous Succession Between Northwest Alaska and Southwest Sverdrup Basin: Implications for Hanna Trough Stratigraphy, Ashton F.

Embry, Michael B. Mickey, Hideyo Haga, and John. Advances in Organic Geochemistry Org. Geochem. Vol. I0, pp.Printed in Great Britain /86 $ + Pergamon Journals Ltd Oil-source correlation study in northeastern Alaska DONALD E.

ANDERSl and LESLIE B. MAGOON2 ~U.S. Geological Survey, Denver Federal Center, Denver, COU.S.A. 2U.S. Geological Survey, Middlefield Road, Menlo Park, CA Cited by: 6.

Correlation of oils and source rocks from the Alaskan North Slope Alaska North Slope Oil/Source Rock Correlation Study: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Studies in.

The areal extent for this synthesis is limited to the nearshore marine region off the North Slope of Alaska, Beaufort Sea (), that extends from the shore to ∼30 km seaward and includes the Federal OCS zone that begins km beyond the region encompasses active or future oil reservoirs that have been subjected recently to various anthropogenic activities (municipal- petroleum Cited by: (Note: The Northstar Unit produces from both state and federal waters in the Beaufort Sea).

By the end ofAlaska North Slope oil fields had produced billion barrels of oil, or about 72%. MMS – Correlation Study of Selected Exploration Wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea; Release of Non-proprietary Seismic Data. The first data to be released for the Alaska OCS was in the year During that year, approximat.

Permafrost-associated natural gas hydrate occurrences on the Alaska North Slope Article (PDF Available) in Marine and Petroleum Geology 28(2) February with 1, Reads. Kuparuk River is a giant oil field located on the Colville High, west of Prudhoe Bay field, on the North Slope of Alaska.

The Kuparuk oils have values greater than for the aromaticity (B Author: Leon Dzou. Book Chapter Near-Surface Coring in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas, Northern Alaska Author(s) N.

Piggott N. Piggott BP Exploration Operating Company Uxbridge, Middlesex, U.K. Search for other works by this author on: GSW. Google Scholar; M. Abrams M. Abrams. Request PDF | On Jan 1,J. Boavida and others published Crustal structure, rift tectonics and pre-salt stratigraphy beneath the ultra deep water area offshore Angola; results from.

The uppermost Triassic to lower Jurassic Sag River Formation (Figure 1) is a thin (0 to ~40m) but widespread (along depositional strike), terrigenous clastic, fine-to very fine-grained silty and argillaceous, bioturbated sandstone unit in the Arctic Coastal Plain and Beaufort Sea petroleum province of gh it is a minor siliciclastic reservoir in the Prudhoe Bay Field (Jones and.

The Year assessment evaluated 43 exploration plays containing 1, mapped prospects. In Chukchi shelf, hypothetical oil pools range up to a mean size of Bbo ( Correlation Study of Selected Exploration Wells from the North Slope and Beaufort Sea, Alaska.

Scherr, S.M. Banet, and B.J. Bascle.29 p., 19 pl. However, the analysis of downhole log data from industry exploratory wells drilled on the Alaska Beaufort continental shelf suggests that the occurrence of permafrost and gas hydrate beneath the continental shelf of the Arctic Ocean may be limited to a maximum water depth of only ∼50 m or less (Collett et al., ).

The reason for the Cited by: Seismic character of the Colville Trough includes basinal, submarine-fan, slope, and shelf or delta facies. Basinal sediments have a sheet-like external form and consist of moderate-amplitude, parallel reflections in sandy units and low-amplitude, parallel reflections in shaley by: 9.

Collins () and Robinson and Brewer () initially described cuttings and cores from the Avak #1 well, the surrounding wells from the South Barrow gas field wells, and the Simpson core hole tests.

They subsequently suggested Avak to be a hypervelocity impact feature (Collins and Robinson, ).Kirschner et al.

() presented a rigorous interpretation of Avak based on seismic.selected wells on the North Slope of Alaska: 11 wells from the northeastern part of the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPRA): U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report6 p., 11 sheets.

Bird, K.J.,Rock-unit reports of wells drilled on the North Slope, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report: J.P. Galloway.Bird, K.J.,Rock unit reports of wells drilled on the North Slope, Alaska: U.S.

Geological Survey Open-File Reportp. OF Bird, K.J.,Machine-generated displays of well logs and lithology from 12 wells on the North Slope of Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report5 p., 12 sheets. OF