channel sand

channel sand

[′chan·əl ‚sand]
(geology)
A sandstone or sand deposited in a stream bed or other channel eroded into the underlying bed.
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However, the smallness of the fields means the channel sand reservoirs can usually be correlated, and thus likely to be in communication, across the whole field.
Following the drilling of the Jacana 8 appraisal well in the first quarter of 2017 to test a channel sand in the Mirador formation, which had not previously produced oil in the Jacana oil field, a test conducted with an electric submersible pump resulted in a production rate of approximately 1,850 bopd of 24.
Lithofacies associated with microtidal environments are tidal channel sand, sand-dominated heterolithic mud and mud-dominated heterolithic sand deposits.
As in the case of Jubilee and the other Tano Basin discoveries, the OCTP block discoveries are Cretaceous-age channel sand deposits accumulating light oil and gas/condensate in stratigraphic traps.
With good physical properties of the channel sand reservoir, in the case of injection production, the water channeling occurred along the high permeability channel in the injection-production well, the water flooded in the first place, the formation of high permeability channel, and its adjacent non-main channel sand, front sand and other physical properties of the reservoir with low oil saturation, low level of reserves, the formation of the remaining oil enrichment (Fig.
The "Dyna" sheet sand and the "Doris" channel sand were both present and of good quality but both have been interpreted as being water bearing.
Birkhead Formation Channel Sand Oil Discovery - Preliminary volumetric assessment suggests between 800,000 (Best) to 1.
The company noted that the well is targeting an amplitude supported channel sand complex of late Eocene age.
However, the smallness of the fields means that the channel sand reservoirs can usually be correlated, and thus likely to be in communication, across the whole field.
In addition, the pumps' neoprene bearings channel sand and other abrasive particles away from the shaft.
Loading, transport and utilization of channel sand with the waste code number 200306
Apart from some shallow lignite hosted anomalous uranium encountered along the southern part of the palaeochannel at Highway North, the geological controls and style of the channel sand hosted uranium mineralisation at Highway and Highway North are similar to the mineralisation encountered at Stallion.