Quick Look Techniques For Prospect Evaluation

Author: Daniel J. Tearpock
Publisher: Subsurface Consultants & Assoc
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This new book covers numerous QUICK LOOK TECHNIQUES & Pitfalls in reviewing & evaluating geologic interpretations &, in particular, oil & gas prospects.

Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping With Structural Methods

Author: Daniel J. Tearpock
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0132441683
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The shape of a fault with depth may be important in generating a prospect,
designing a prospective well location, or the determination of reserves based on
the areal extent of a reservoir. Perhaps a prospect is under evaluation and the
location of the trapping fault is of critical importance. The method can be used as
a “quick looktechnique (Tearpock et al. 1994) to evaluate the presented
interpretation and, in particular, the shape and location of the trapping fault.
Prospect Example A ...

Well Logging In Nontechnical Language

Author: David Earl Johnson
Publisher: PennWell Books
ISBN: 9780878148257
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PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER 113 Questions to Ask Before Reading a Log 113
Reading a Log 114 BVWmin, Quick-Look Method 115 Sample Prospect
Evaluation 117 8. ... BEYOND WATER SATURATION 165 Wellsite Seismic
Techniques 165 Check Shots 167 Synthetic Seismograms 167 Vertical Seismic
Profiling 169 Determining Dip 171 Imaging Logs 176 Formation Testing 179
Drillstem Testing 179 Wireline Formation Testing 182 Formation Cores 183
Logging Measurements ...

Reservoir Compartmentalization

Author: S. J. Jolley
Publisher: Geological Society of London
ISBN: 9781862393165
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Techniques are therefore required to effectively screen the impact of the different
approaches to the problem. ... At the exploration stage, rapid 'quick-look' fault
plane maps provide an effective means of de-risking prospects. At the evaluation
stage, more detailed juxtaposition maps are useful. Traditional line drawings of
stratigraphic juxtapositions are complex to interpret, whereas the colour-filled,
property-specific filtering of fault plane maps is more informative and intuitive to
use.

Enhanced Oil Recovery Ii

Author: E.C. Donaldson
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080868738
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Coal seam evaluation. General remarks/constraints Gas sands and low-rank
coals exhibit similar standard log responses. Coupled with frequent mud gas
shows, this results in the testing of “gas” prospects which in fact are lignite beds.
In cased ... By combining C/O and Si/Ca data, the oil saturation can be
determined by quick-look overlay techniques and/or digital analysis provided
salinity does not significantly change over the interval, or such changes are well
known. Under such ...

Seismic Reflections Of Rock Properties

Author: Jack Dvorkin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521899192
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is the chance that a well finds hydrocarbons and if so, how much? A geological
assessment seeks to answer the following questions regarding the key prospect
elements and estimate their probabilities: Is a geological trap indeed present? • Is
there a reservoir? • Is there an effective seal for the hydrocarbons present? • Is
there a mature source rock that has generated these hydrocarbons and charged
the • reservoir? In exploration, the probability of success (POS) or the probability
that ...

Replacing The Rainmaker Business Development Tools Techniques And Strategies For Accountants

Author: President Ian Tonks
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483425142
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Having this research to draw on during an inperson meeting can prove
invaluable in converting a prospect into a client. Always be prepared ... Yet
knowledge is power, and in most cases, even a quick look at a prospective
client's online presence can better prepare you for the meeting ahead. And for
the most ... Evaluate their current business situation, net worth and any current
assets, including stock holdings, company ownership, real estate and inheritance
. You can also try to find ...

Advanced Tactical Fighter To F 22 Raptor

Author: David C. Aronstein
Publisher: AIAA
ISBN: 9781600867903
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c) Improved analysis and ground testing techniques made it less necessary. d)
Many technical challenges were unrelated to air vehicle design (e.g., avionics). e
) VLO performance had already been proven in other programs (Have Blue and
Tacit ... Prototyping appeared to make even more sense as the original Dem/Val
proposals were reviewed (a "quick look" evaluation briefing was presented to the
ATF Source Selection Advisory Council on March 27).75 Two of the ATF
proposals ...

Global Mapping Of Human Settlement

Author: Paolo Gamba
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420083408
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of SAR sensors into remote sensing techniques over urban areas was to appear.
This was represented by a special ... For instance, textural features have been
widely considered, because they allow evaluation of spatial correlations between
urban objects. As for the future, recent reviews of SAR ... have not been
distributed yet, with the exception of a few sample images under the form of “fine
quick-looks,” which are of little use for research purposes. Therefore, another
very active line ...

Researching Entrepreneurship

Author: Per Davidsson
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319266926
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It may just as well be the case that relatively more managers consider the first
factor at all in their evaluation of the prospect of growth. ... Another obvious way to
deal with it is to conduct subsample analyses in order to see what the
relationships look like for different, more homogeneous, subgroups (cf. the “
replicate yourself” examples in Chap. 9). ... This classification tree technique
works when the dependent variable is dichotomous, such as being or not being a
business founder.