Advances in Reservoir Geology. Geological Society Special Publication 69
Owing to the maturity of exploration in the North Sea Basin, reservoir geology will increasingly focus on the exploitation of smaller and technically more demanding hydrocarbon accumulations and the need to maximize reserves from the established producing fields. More refined geological reservoir interpretation and modelling are therefore required.
This book details new methods, and the improved use of existing methods in such areas as sequence stratigraphy, petrography, sedimentology, inorganic geochemistry, production logging, quantitative image analysis of pore structure, the dipmeter tool and permeability imaging; and the integration of data from a variety of these sources, including outcrop-derived data.
Ashton, M (Ed) (1993) Advances in Reservoir Geology. Geological Society Special Publication 69. 248 pages
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