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Lacustrine sandstone reservoirs and hydrocarbon systems.


Lacustrine sandstone reservoirs and hydrocarbon systems.

Ed. by Olive W. (Terry) Baganz, Yuval Bartov, Kevin M. Bohacs, and Dag Nummedal.

Am. Assn. Petroleum Geologists


517 pages



AAPG memoir; 95


Geologists from academia and oil companies concentrate on the occurrence, distribution, and character of lacustrine sandstone reservoirs and put them into a context of hydrocarbon systems and depositional processes. The topics include the Pliocene of the South Caspian Basin as an example of regional controls on lacustrine sandstone reservoirs, reservoir simulation models of the Eocene lacustrine delta Green River Formation in Utah's Southwest Uinta Basin, stratigraphic distribution and mineralogic correlation of the Green River Formation and the Green River and Washakie Basins in Wyoming, fluviolacustrine sandstone deposition and implications for reservoir development in Daan Field in China's Songliao Basin, and modeling the sensitivity to environmental controls for the Late Pleistocene lacustrine delta sequences in the Dead Sea Basin. The volume is not indexed.

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