|Other titles||R.M.A.G.--Sandstone reservoirs--1989.|
|Statement||editor-in-chief, Edward B. Coalson ; associate editors, Sanford S. Kaplan ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Coalson, Edward B., Kaplan, Sanford Sandy., Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists.|
|LC Classifications||QE431.6.P4 P477 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 353 p. :|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||89062664|
Petrogenesis and Petrophysics of Selected Sandstone Reservoirs of the Rocky Mountain Region: : Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, Coalson, Edward B., Kaplan, Sanford Sandy: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa dura. Robinson, J., W., eds., Petrogenesis and Petrophysics of Selected Sandstone Reservoirs of the Rocky Mountain Region: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Symposium, p. – External links find literature aboutLink: Web page. Reference: Keighin, C.W., B.E. Law, and R. M. Pollastro, , Petrology and reservoir characteristics of the Almond Formation, Greater Green River Basin, Wyoming: in Petrogenesis and petrophysics of selected sandstone reservoirs of the Rocky Mountain. In Petrogenesis and petrophysics of selected sandstone. reservoirs of the Rocky Mountain region; Rocky Mountain the book is intended for students of petroleum geoscience as well as.
Bowker KA, Jackson WD () The Weber Sandstone at Rangely Field, Colorado. In: Coalson EB et al. (eds) Petrogenesis and petrophysics of selected sandstone reservoirs of the Rocky Mountain region. Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, p 65–80 Google Scholar. Download PDF Sandstone And Mirrors The Crossover book full free. Sandstone And Mirrors The Crossover available for download and read online in other formats. Petrogenesis and petrophysics of selected sandstone reservoirs of the Rocky Mountain region. Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists — History. Age-equivalent eolian deposits extend much farther, into other parts of Wyoming and parts of Colorado and Utah. These eolian sandstones comprise one of the most important hydrocarbon-producing formations in the U.S. Rocky Mountain region, permeability anisotropy, discussed later, sometimes results in oil recoveries as low as 15%. Predicting sandstone reservoir permeability is possible as long as we realize that potential errors may be large. Any process that decreases pore throat size decreases permeability, so predict accordingly. Use steps, with recommended action below, to help predict sandstone reservoir .
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