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Hydrocarbon source rock evaluation--Solor Church Formation (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) southeastern Minnesota

Hydrocarbon source rock evaluation--Solor Church Formation (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) southeastern Minnesota

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Geology -- Minnesota,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Precambrian

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.R. Hatch and G.B. Morey
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 84-554, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-554
    ContributionsMorey, G. B, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13608314M

    reservoir rock ranges from Devonian to Tertiary age with about 85 of the petroleum in rock adjacent to the CretaceousTertiary boundary, specifically the Ekofisk Formation of Late Cretaceous age. Based on geochemical evidence, the Upper Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) to Lower Cretaceous source rock is the Mandal Formation. A. graben. The evidence presented indicate: The Jurassic source rock is mature for hydrocarbon generation, The Jurassic source rock has generated tremendous amounts of hydrocarbons, and The Jurassic source rock in the Suriname part of the Guiana Basin can play an important role within the oil and gas industry for Suriname.

    indicating only poor to fair source rock potential. The Pardonet Formation is overmature, and contains residual TOC values up to wt.%, which suggests this marine unit may have initially been a good source rock for hydrocarbons, but is now spent. The Lower Jurassic Gordondale Member comprises Type II kerogen with TOC values up to wt.%. Hydrocarbon Source Rock in Northern Arizona and Southern Utah Steven L. Rauzi Arizona Geological Survey O&GCC Special Publication 6 5th printing --November Formation, only feet thick at the type locality in Basalt Canyon, may represent a.

    all depths. Top source rock refl ections therefore have high amplitudes at all depths in basin. Figure 3. Amplitude-balanced seismic sec-tions showing higher amplitude on near (A) than on far (B) stack data at top source rock refl ection (Spekk Formation). Dark gray line shows position of well and red curve is gamma ray log. Source rock has high. Stratigraphic relationships and distribution of souce [source] rocks in the Greater Rocky Mountain Region / Meissner, Fred F., Woodward, Jane, Clayton, J.L. --Modern approaches in source-rock evaluation / Waples, Douglas W. --Hydrocarbon source rock evaluation of the Middle Proterozoic Apache Group, Gila County, Arizona / Desborough, George A.


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Hydrocarbon source rock evaluation--Solor Church Formation (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) southeastern Minnesota Download PDF EPUB FB2

@article{osti_, title = {Hydrocarbon source rock evaluation: Solor Church Formation. (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) southeastern Minnesota}, author = {Hatch, J.R. and Morey, G.B.}, abstractNote = {In the type section (Lonsdale core, Rice County, Minnesota) the Solar Church Formation (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) consists primarily of reddish.

Hydrocarbon source rock evaluation--Solor Church Formation (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) southeastern Minnesota [microform] / by J.R.

Hatch and G.B. Morey Book Bib ID. In the type section (Lonsdale core, Rice County, Minnesota) the Solor Church Formation (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) consists primarily of reddish-brown mudstone and siltstone and pale reddish-brown sandstone.

The sandstone and siltstone are texturally and mineralogically immature. Hydrocarbon source-rock evaluation of bluish-gray, greenish-gray and medium-dark-gray to.

Get this from a library. Hydrocarbon source rock evaluation--Solor Church Formation (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) southeastern Minnesota. [Joseph R Hatch; G B Morey; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Hydrocarbon Source Rock Evaluation Solor Church Formation (Middle Proterozoic, Keweenawan Supergroup) Southeastern Minnesota By J.

Hatch1 and G. Morey2 Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey editorial standards and stratigraphic nomenclature. U.S. Geological Cited by: 2.

Mapping source rocks in sedimentary basins. Areas underlain by thermally mature generative source rocks in a sedimentary basin are called generative basins or depressions or else hydrocarbon g those regional oil and gas generative "hydrocarbon kitchens" is feasible by integrating the existing source rock data into seismic depth maps that structurally follow the source horizon(s).

Source rock evaluation studies entail assessing the hydrocarbon generating potential of sediments by looking at the sediment's capacity for hydrocarbon generation, type of organic matter (kerogen. The TOC and hydrocarbon yield from kerogen (S2) for the clay types indicate a viable potential source rock with S1, suggesting the presence of free hydrocarbons.

The organic Tmax for the clay types estimated from rock evaluation pyrolysis are below °C, indicating thermal immaturity. Hydrocarbon source rock characterization, combined with burial history and thermal maturity basin modeling reveal that it is likely only a small amount of hydrocarbons is being or has been generated in situ at Teapot Dome, suggesting that the majority of hydrocarbons produced at Teapot Dome migrated from deeper and more mature parts of the PRB.

Petroleum source rock is defined as the fine-grained sediment with sufficient amount of organic matter, which can generate and release enough hydrocarbons to form a commercial accumulation of oil or gas [].Source rocks are commonly shales and lime mudstones, which contain significant amount of organic matter [].A petroleum source rock is defined as any rock that has the.

To sum up, for a hydrocarbon reservoir formation it is necessary: 1. A basin were sedimentation took place 2. Deposition of organic matter in anoxic conditions, formation of source rock. Through increase of temperature and pressure source rock must have reached maturation 4.

Migration of the generated hydrocarbons into a porous type of. uate source rock quality, quantity and maturity. Source Rock Fundamentals Source rocks result from a convergence of physical, biochemical and geologic processes that culminate in the formation of fine- grained sedimentary rocks containing carbon- and hydrogen-rich organic matter.

The amount and type of organic material incorporated into a. Hydrocarbon source-rock evaluation of bluish-gray, greenish-gray and medium-dark-gray to grayish-black beds, which primarily occur in the lower m ( ft) of this core, shows: (1) the rocks have low organic carbon contents.

The aim of this paper is to define the source rock potential of hydrocarbon generation through the determination of: (1) the quantity of organic matter, (2) present day kerogen types, (3) thermal.

Source rocks occur in the Jurassic Sargelu and Naokelekan Formations and the lowermost Cretaceous Chia Gara Formation. Analytical results suggest that these source rocks were deposited in a carbonate‐rich, anoxic environment in an intrashelf basin setting with free H 2 S in the water column.

Oxygen‐depleted conditions were favoured by. The petroleum system (Magoon and Dow, ) places the source rock as the first and foremost element of the geological system required to produce a petroleum play (Allen and Allen, ).Recently, source rocks have also become unconventional economic reservoirs.

A source rock contains a significant volume of organic matter and is capable of expelling petroleum when heated. Presented by Dr. Fred Schroeder, Retired from Exxon/ExxonMobil Presented on J Abstract.

Much of modern petroleum geochemistry depends upon accurate assessment of the hydrocarbon-source capabilities of sedimentary rocks.

Although the termsource rockis frequently used generically to describe fine-grained sedimentaiy rocks, that usage is a bit too broad and loose. There is a difference between a Source Rock and Reservoir.

Your question suggests some confusion with basic concepts. So, I will try to answer it in terms of basic facts: The most important fact is: Five things are needed for a basin to become. Method of assessing hydrocarbon source rock candidate A method of assessing a hydrocarbon source rock candidate uses seismic data for a region of the Earth.

The data are analysed to determine the presence, thickness and lateral extent of candidate source rock based on the knowledge of the seismic behaviour of hydrocarbon source rocks. Based on the geo-chemical analysis of Jurassic mudstone samples and research on the petroleum geology, the qualitative evaluation was conducted, it proposed that middle Jurassic source rock was dominative hydrocarbon-generation source rock for relative high organic matter abundance and maturity compared to upper and lower Jurassic source rocks.New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Open File Report No.

OF HYDROCARBON SOURCE-ROCK EVALUATION STUDY, SINCLAIR NO. 1 DOGA ANA FEDERAL 18 WELL DOYA ANA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO GeoChem Laboratories, Inc. by .The K 1 s, K 1 d, K 1 t, and K 1 a Formations are potential source rock intervals for hydrocarbon formation, all of which are part of the Lower Cretaceous system in the Baibei Depression in the Erlian Basin in China.

However, no well has found oil flow because the hydrocarbon-generating potential of the source rocks has not been comprehensively evaluated.