Advances in reservoir geology by Michael Ashton, Geological Society of London

By Michael Ashton, Geological Society of London

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8-9204 ft has hydrocarbon stains along coarse-grained laminae. 40 R. L A H A N N E T AL. Fig. 7. Photograph of Leman Sandstone core from depth 9019 to 9025 ft, zone B (aeolian dune and wet interdune) in well Q03/08. The base of the photographed interval contains dune foreset sandstones. 7ft is an upward-coarsening cycle from adhesion rippled damp interdune sandstones to well-sorted, fine-grained foreset sandstones. This cycle is then overlain by adhesion rippled, damp interdune sandstones. 5 ft.

1 / 2 /. % Fig. 23. Cross-plots of K20 and AI203 for wells Q03/08 (A), Q01/02 (B), and Q04/09 (C). (D) overlays the data fields for wells Q05/03, Q03/08, Q01, and Q04/09. Several interesting patterns exist in the data on Fig. 23, which shows cross-plots of K20 against Al20 3 from all facies in wells Q05, Q03, Q01, and Q04. The range in maximum A120 3 content is quite large, reflecting the sampling of some clay-rich 54 R. L A H A N N E T AL. sandstones. The minimum A1203 varies to a far smaller degree among the wells.

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