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Hydrocarbon accumulation patterns in the East Texas salt dome province

Debra H. Wood

Hydrocarbon accumulation patterns in the East Texas salt dome province

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Published by Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas, East.
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- Texas, East.,
    • Natural gas -- Geology -- Texas, East.,
    • Salt domes -- Texas, East.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 33-36.

      Statementby Debra H. Wood and Alice B. Giles.
      SeriesGeological circular ;, 82-6, Geological circular (University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology) ;, 82-6.
      ContributionsGiles, Alice Burns.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.T4 T38 no. 82-6, TN872.T4 T38 no. 82-6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 36 p. :
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2819406M
      LC Control Number83621281

      : Hydrocarbon Habitat in Rift Basins (Geological Society Special Publication) (): Lambiase, J. J.: Books. The purpose of the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) National Oil and Gas Assessment is to develop geologically based hypotheses regarding the potential for additions to oil and gas reserves in priority areas of the United States. The USGS recently completed an assessment of undiscovered oil and gas potential of the Cotton Valley Group and Travis Peak and Hosston Formations in the East Texas. Seal Character and Impact Associated with Hydrocarbon Migration and Accumulation Basin modeling results largely depend on the physical attributes assigned. Key among the controls on hydrocarbon migration are the sealing properties of the non-carrier beds, which in large part, are controlled by the diagenetic history. Many subsalt hydrocarbon plays are associated with salt tongues, but geophysical resolution beneath them is extremely poor. However, suprasalt seismic resolution is generally good. Thus understanding the relationship between the suprasalt and subsalt structures is .


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wood, Debra H. Hydrocarbon accumulation patterns in the East Texas salt dome province. Austin, Tex.: Bureau of. GCD. Hydrocarbon Accumulation Patterns in the East Texas Salt Dome Province - Downloadable PDF.

Part Number GCDPrice: $ Keywords: East Texas, East Texas Basin, Gulf Coast Basin, Louann Salt, salt domes, turtle-structure anticlines, waste isolation, hydrocarbons, oil and gas Citation Wood, D.

H., and Giles, A. B.,Hydrocarbon Accumulation Patterns in the East Texas Salt Dome Province: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Geological Price: $9.

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Hydrocarbon Accumulation Patterns in the East Texas Salt Dome Province (Geological Circular )Author: Debra H Wood, Alice B Giles. The Arcadia Park Shale is a geologic formation within the Eagle Ford Group that outcrops in the northern portion of East was deposited during the Middle to Late Turonian of the Late Cretaceous.

It was originally described by W. Moreman from outcrops near the former Arcadia Park railway station west of downtown Dallas, where it is ft (30 m) y: United States. Chapter 3. Hydrocarbon Storage Wells in Salt Dome Cavities § Definitions Act—Part I, Chapter 1 of Title 30 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes.

Active Cavern Well— a storage well or cavern that is actively being used or capable of being used to store liquid, liquefied, or File Size: KB. @article{osti_, title = {Evolution of salt structures, East Texas Diapir Province, Part 1: Sedimentary record of Halokinesis}, author = {Seni, S J and Jackson, M P.A.}, abstractNote = {Post-Aptian (postMa) strata in the East Texas basin were strongly influenced by halokinesis and therefore record the evolution of associated salt structures.

The book's coverage of structural and tectonic modelling, petroleum geology applications, and the treatment of the Norwegian Continental Shelf should make this book an invaluable resource book for advanced students of structural and tectonic modelling, teachers, and researchers; as well as for geologists and geophysicists in the petroleum industry.

A salt basin is one controlled by halo-tectonism and a salt dome basin is one controlled by halokinesis. The Gulf Coast basin is categorized as a salt dome basin. Sediment loading due to progradation over a salt layer with no tectonic influence can create a variety.

Hydrocarbon Migration and Accumulation Above Salt Domes— Risking of Prospects by the Use of Gas Chimneys neys have been observed in areas above both hydrocarbon-charged, as well as dry structures.

application of phillips 66 pipeline llc for authority pursuant to statewide rule 95 for a permit to create, operate and maintain an underground liquid or liquefied hydrocarbon storage facility on the clemens salt dome lease, clemens, ne (frio b) field, brazoria county, texas.

pfd order. east of the Mississippi River Delta, including a 4-mi (km) grid of m cable data, recorded to 15 s. A similar amount of seismic data was interpreted to the west of the Mississippi River Delta, on the Louisiana Shelf and Slope and the Texas Slope.

GULF OF MEXICO HYDROCARBON SYSTEMS Knowledge of the effective source rocks for an area is. Hydrocarbon traps form where permeable reservoir rocks (carbonates, sandstones) are covered by rocks with low permeability (caprocks) that are capable of preventing the hydrocarbons from further upward migration.

Typical caprocks are compacted shales, evaporites, and tightly cemented sandstones and carbonate rocks. The caprock need not be % impermeable to water, oil or gas. The most often hydrocarbon deposits occur in the vicinity of salt domes or ridges which are the main salt bodies induced by tectonic movements.

The occurrence of organic matter and hydrocarbons within the evaporate formation is a key topic discussed in the geological literature (e.g. Warren,Cited by: 5.

Petroleum generation in the southeast Texas basin: Implications for hydrocarbon occurrence at the South Liberty salt dome Article in AAPG Bulletin 95(7) July with 49 Reads. The lower member of the Jurassic Smackover Formation is a source rock for crude oil along the northern Gulf Rim from east Texas to Florida.

Type I crude oils occur in Smackover reservoirs of east Texas, north Louisiana, south Arkansas, and Mississippi, and were generated by algal-derived kerogen preserved in an anoxic environment.

IN THE EAST TEXAS BASIN William A. Wescott and William C. Hood1 ABSTRACT The East Texas basin is a prolific, mature hydrocarbon province, producing oil and gas from several reservoirs and a variety of trap types.

Much of the liquid hydrocarbons discovered in the basin are trapped in structures related to movement of the underlying Louann Salt. basin (Fig. Diapirism began in the East Texas basin about Ma, and Butler dome, located in the southern part of the basin, was among the earliest domes to form.

Although the East Texas basin is a major petroleum province, hydrocarbon production at and near Butler dome has been limited (Jackson and Seni a). The East Texas Area Characterization Report (ACR) is a compilation of data gathered during the Area Characterization phase of the Department of Energy's National Waste Terminal Storage program in salt.

The characterization of Gulf Coast Salt Domes as a potential site for storage of nuclear waste is an ongoing process.

Although salt has not been penetrated in drilling, the Big Hill salt dome, Jefferson County, Texas, in all probability is a characteristic Gulf Coast salt dome. It has a very distinct salt-dome mound, a characteristic salt-dome cap. One well has been completed as a. A number of minor faults are present, but have little effect on the pattern of hydrocarbon accumulation in the field.

The two major fault blocks are referred to as East Chocolate Bayou and West Chocolate Bayou in this paper. Structural maps of the field are given by Allen and Allen and Myers. Subsidence over Texas Salt Domes, by W. Mullican III Statistical Analysis of Structure in the Houston Diapir Province, by W.

Mullican III. Petrography and Structure of Cap Rock with Emphasis on Core from Boling Salt Dome, Texas, by S. Seni. Geology and Hydrogeology, Barbers Hill Salt Dome, Texas, by H.

Hamlin. Heggland, R.,Hydrocarbon migration and accumulation above salt domes – Risking of prospects by the use, in P. Post, ed., Salt-sediment interactions and hydrocarbon prospectivity: concepts, applications and case studies for the 21st : John K.

Warren. Pub. Id: A () First Page: Last Page: Book Title: SP 1: Geology of Salt Dome Oil Fields Article/Chapter: Hockley Salt Dome, Harris County, Texas Subject Group: Field Studies Spec.

Pub. Type: Special Volume Pub. Year: Author(s): Alexander Deussen, Laura Lee Lane Abstract: The Hockley salt dome in Harris County, Texas, is among the largest of the known salt domes of the Gulf. Texas Energy Exploration, LLC: Brookshire Salt Dome Project. elunoakes Sep 11th, is a privately owned company that holds oil and gas leases in some of the most desirable locations on the Brookshire Dome, Waller County, Texas.

Hydrocarbon accumulation around salt domes may be either structural, stratigraphic, or both. Brazilian Pre-Salt Province: History of Success and a Promising Future M. deMoraes, L. dePaula, J. Gil Nanushuk Formation Discoveries Confirm World-Class Exploration Potential in a Newly Proven Stratigraphic Play, Alaska North Slope.

Wood, D. H., and Giles, A. B.,Hydrocarbon accumulation patterns in the East Texas salt dome province: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular36 p. The East Texas Basin and southeastern Texas Gulf Coast contain a variety of co-located CO2 sources and sinks that may facilitate development of new clean-coal facilities.

These facilities can be linked to mature oil fields with potential for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) from miscible CO2 floods. Twenty-three reservoirs in the East Texas Basin and southeastern Texas Gulf Coast, assuming a 15% Author: William A Ambrose, C.

Breton, Vanessa Nunez-Lopez, Gurcan Gulen. TEXAS ENERGY EXPLORATION, LLC - Brookshire Salt Dome Field, Waller County. Acquisition. Texas Energy Exploration, LLC is a privately owned company that holds oil and gas leases in some of the most desirable locations on the Brookshire Dome, Waller County, Texas.

The leases are in between and directly off setting producing oil and gas wells and known proven reserves. organic debris settles with sediment. as burial depth increases, heat and P transform the sediment into black shale in which organic matter becomes kerogen.

at appropriate Ts, kerogen becomes oil, which then seeps upward. then the oil and gas must be trapped by a seal rock overlying the reservoir rock and stop the hydrocarbons from rising further and the seal and reservoir rock must be.

Get directions, reviews and information for Hydrocarbon Horizons Inc in Corpus Christi, TX. Caverns in salt domes, usually known as wells or jugs, are routinely used for storing high vapor pressure, low molecular weight hydrocarbons such as ethane, ethylene, propane, propylene, and butane.

The hydrocarbon is stored on top of brine in the well. When the hydrocarbon is transferred to the cavern, brine is displaced to an open pit. Figure 1. Map of Louisiana-Mississippi Salt Basins Province and East Texas Basin Province of the northern Gulf Coast region, showing geo-graphic distribution of the Travis Peak and Hosston Formations assessment units in the Jurassic Smackover Interior Salt Basins Total Petroleum System.

Transfer Zones and Hydrocarbon Accumulation in the Albertine Graben of the East African Rift System, Dozith Abeinomugisha and Nurudin Njabire, # ().

Petroleum Exploration and Development in a Frontier, Remote Rift Basin: the Albertine Graben of the East African Rift System, Dozith Abeinomugisha and Philips Obita, # ().

The Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation of east Texas and southern Arkansas (and the correlative Hosston Formation of Louisiana and Mississippi) is a basinward-thickening wedge of terrigenous clastic sedimentary rocks that underlies the northern Gulf of Mexico Basin from east Texas across northern Louisiana to southern Mississippi.

Clastic detritus was derived from two main fluvial-deltaic. the hydrocarbon resource potential of the major sedimentary basin of the Mid-Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). In addition to the geologic information from land a small proportion of all the data from the Atlantic OCS is available to the Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) for this purpose.

We have examined more than 2, miles (4, km. Cambridge Core - Solid Earth Geophysics - Salt Tectonics - by Martin P. JacksonCited by: In physical geography, a dune is a hill of loose sand built by aeolian processes (wind) or the flow of water. Dunes occur in different shapes and sizes, formed by interaction with the flow of air or water.

Most kinds of dunes are longer on the stoss (upflow) side, where the sand is pushed up the dune, and have a shorter "slip face" in the lee side. Hydrocarbon Generating Potential: Jurassic Cotton Valley – Bossier Group, North Louisiana Salt Basin ing for six Ro analyses from the Vernon Field) (Table 5), and (3) thin section petrographic analysis was per- formed on five shale samples from three wells.

This monograph presents a unique combination of structural and tectonic modelling with applied petroleum geological problems. Focussing on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and neighbouring areas, it includes discussion covering all scales - from development of sedimentary basins, to formation of fractures and joints on a microscale - and from exploration, to the exploitation of hydrocarbons.

Radial drainage patterns indicate another salt dome is located to the southwest (image left center). If the rising plug of salt (called a salt diapir) breaches the surface, it can become a flowing salt glacier.

Salt domes are an important target for oil exploration, as the impermeable salt frequently traps petroleum beneath other rock layers.Immediately download the Hydrocarbon summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or .The established processes for assessing conventional plays which relies on risking, sizing, and counting discrete prospects or fields is not applicable for continuous plays (Hood and Yurewicz, ).

Most continuous resource plays are better assessed as a single large hydrocarbon accumulation with highly variable resource density.