combination trap

combination trap

[‚käm·bə′nā·shən ¦trap]
(geology)
Underground reservoir structure closure, deformation, or fault where reservoir rock covers only part of the structure.
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Lyon is a seismic amplitude supported Lower Eocene - Upper Paleocene Balder and Flett Formation sandstone prospect with P50 prospective resources of 1.5 tcf within a combination trap. The operator has reported it to have a CoGS of 25-30%.
This combination trap seal blocks out sewer gases, and the covering BlueSeal layer blocks out urine odors from the room, according to Waterless.
Lyon is a Balder and Flett Formation sandstone prospect within a combination trap.