clastic reservoir

clastic reservoir

[′klas·tik ′rez·əv‚wär]
(geology)
An underground oil or gas trap formed in clastic limestone.
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Spectral Decomposition and Seismic Attributes for Clastic Reservoir Analysis of Miano Gas Field, Southern Indus Basin, Pakistan.
The well was drilled to explore the prospects of a Mesozoic Synrift Clastic reservoir lying over 2,000 metres below the already producing reservoirs in the Dhirubhai-1 and 3 (D1 and D3) gas fields.
The large Cua Lo gas prospect is made of five clastic reservoir targets varying in age from Lower Pliocene to Upper Miocene.
On the basis of petrophysical evaluation, it is noted that clastic reservoir Jodhpur Sandstone has good shows of oil.
The KGD6-MJ1 well was drilled in a water depth of 1,024 metres - and to a total depth of 4,509 metres - to explore the prospectivity of a Mesozoic Synrift Clastic reservoir lying over 2,000 metres below the already producing reservoirs in the D1-D3 gas fields.
Fault sealing analysis is of vital importance in now day exploration activities while exploring an extentional regime with clastic reservoir.
The first phase of the work program will focus on validating previously identified carbonate reef anomalies and the potential of clastic reservoirs in the licence through reservoir, seal and analogue studies, field work and seismic reprocessing.
2) The paleo-reservoir bitumen and hydrocarbons fill predominantly in the fractures and pores of carbonate and clastic reservoirs, which are controlled by the characteristics of original reservoirs and their succeeding transformation with the tectonic evolution, respectively.
Saturation exponents were varied for the models and a critical query was done to validate which exponent value will be appropriate for the two typical units that are often encountered in clastic reservoirs.
Petrophysical evaluation of hydrocarbon pore-thickness in thinly bedded clastic reservoirs.
MazeFlo is an innovative and reliable sand control technology designed to mitigate sand production risk in clastic reservoirs.
Mainly, the production is from stacked Miocene clastic reservoirs.