carbonate reservoir

carbonate reservoir

[′kär·bə·nət ′rez·əv‚wär]
(geology)
An underground oil or gas trap formed in reefs, clastic limestones, chemical limestones, or dolomite.
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This is a particularly positive development, which, on the one hand, increases endogenous gas reserves and, on the other, confirms the existence of both a petroleum system and a carbonate reservoir within Cyprus EEZ, of similar type to the Egyptian Zohr reserve.
Initial oil in place in the field's fractured carbonate reservoir was 1bn barrels.
5, 2017 and encountered approximately 230 feet (70 meters) of high- quality, oil-bearing carbonate reservoir.
This well made history in drilling industry of Pakistan, by becoming one of the deepest and longest horizontal wells in tight carbonate reservoir.
This well made history in Pakistan by becoming one of the deepest and longest horizontal wells in the tight carbonate reservoir.
The license was based on the test results from the company's Guhlen-1a exploration well, drilled in late 2016, that produced approximately 1,670 BOE per day from a Permian Zechstein Stassfurt carbonate reservoir.
Bagrintseva describes techniques the she developed for improving the reliability of identifying and evaluating carbonate reservoir rocks with complex void space structure.
In another recent study, SUCO revealed that constructing a reservoir characterisation model can improve hydrocarbon productivity in the Kareem/Rudeis carbonate reservoir, which is the largest reservoir unit in the Zeit Bay field, containing approximately 50% of total reserves.
Sintok-1 well was drilled to a depth of 2775 metres into the main target reservoir and penetrated a 290 meter gas-bearing carbonate reservoir.
In the Middle East, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) was experiencing heavy mud losses while drilling a well in an onshore carbonate reservoir.
Among the topics are integrating rock fabrics and stratigraphy for the petrophysical quantification of reservoir framework, calculating permeability and initial water saturations from wireline logs in a mature carbonate reservoir, and constructing and analyzing three-dimensional seismic porosity inversion models.