2 edition of 1991 guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation found in the catalog.
1991 guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation
|Other titles||Geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation.|
|Statement||edited by William B. Hansen.|
|Contributions||Hansen, William B., Montana Geological Society., Bakken Formation Short Course (1990 : Billings, Mont.)|
|LC Classifications||TN870.5 .A17 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||90631253|
Get caught up on the latest North Dakota rig count and Bakken News. Home; Select Page. Rig Count in the Bakken: Today there are 14 active drill rigs in North Dakota. Welcome to The Bakken Formation. The front page of this site is a quick summary page happenings of the . Innovative Approach to Effectively Stimulate Openhole Sections of Horizontal Laterals History of oil production from the Bakken Formation, North Dakota, in Hanson, W.B., ed., Guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation: Billings, Montana Geological Society, p. Cited by: 3.
The Bakken Formation in this area is the southern continuation of the “Canadian Bakken” farther north and continues into southwestern Montana where it is called the Sappington Formation. Montana Geological Society Guidebook, Geology and Horizontal Drilling of the Bakken Formation. The Bakken Formation (/ ˈ b ɑː k ən /) is a rock unit from the Late Devonian to Early Mississippian age occupying about , square miles (, km 2) of the subsurface of the Williston Basin, underlying parts of Montana, North Dakota, Saskatchewan and formation was initially described by geologist J.W. Nordquist in The formation is entirely in the subsurface, and Overlies: Wabamun Formation, Big Valley .
Number of Bakken and Three Forks wells in the US as of Credit: By , a senior manager at Continental Resources Inc. (CLR) raised that estimate to . Mississippian Bakken Formation. By Richard M. Pollastro, Laura N.R. Roberts, and Troy A. Cook. Devonian and Mississippian Bakken Formation, chap. 5. of. U.S. Geological Survey Williston Basin Province Assessment ) on the Nesson anticline, one of the Williston Basin’s largest and most petroleum-productive structures (fig. 2). At.
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Billings, Mont.: Montana Geological Society, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William B Hansen; Montana Geological Society. Get this from a library.
Geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation: Montana Geological Society guidebook. [William B Hansen; Montana Geological Society.;]. Montana Geological Society: Guidebook to Geology and Horizontal Drilling of the Bakken Formation, Pages 19 - 42 Petroleum Geology of the Bakken Formation Williston Basin, North Dakota and Montana*.
Montana Geological Society: Guidebook to Geology and Horizontal Drilling of the Bakken Formation, Pages - ABSTRACT: Formation Resistivity as an Indicator of Oil Generation — Bakken Formation of North Dakota and Woodford Shale of Oklahoma*. Montana Geological Society: Guidebook to Geology and Horizontal Drilling of the Bakken Formation, Pages - Tectonics and Thermal Maturation of the Bakken Formation of the Williston Basin, with Comments on Landsat Analysis Applications*.
This publication consists of 13 papers that provide information on horizontal drilling from a geological standpoint. The publication begins with basic definitions, history, and classifications of horizontal drilling, and moves into a more etailed look at horizontal well spacing and placement, and factors that influence productivity.
Book Chapter Petroleum Geology of the Bakken Formation Williston Basin, North Dakota and Montana Author(s) Fred F.
Meissner The generation/migration scheme postulated for the Bakken (source rock) and its associated oil-productive reservoirs are believed to be somewhat universal in units and basins throughout the world.
Janu This publication consists of 13 papers that provide information on horizontal drilling from a geological standpoint.
The publication begins with basic definitions, history, and classifications of horizontal drilling, and moves into a more etailed look at horizontal well spacing and placement, and factors that influence productivity.
Generalized Stratigraphic Correlation Chart: Generalized Stratigraphic Correlation Chart: South West Montana, Crazy Mountains Basin, Central Montana, Big horn Basin, South Central Montana, Northern Powder River Basin, Williston Basin, North Central Montana, Sweetgrass Arch, Northern Disturbed Belt.
LeFever, J.A.,History of oil production from the Bakken Formation, North Dakota in W.B. Hansen (ed.) Guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation: Montana Geological Society, p.
in, Hansen, W. B., ed., Guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation, Montana Geological Society, Billings, MT, pp. Bakken Formation, Devonian Landsat analysis techniques; some applications for Bakken exploration in the Williston Basin. LeFever J () Isopach of the Bakken Formation: North Dakota geological survey geologic investigations Bakken map series, scale 1, pp 1–5 Google Scholar LeFever JA, Martiniuk CD, Dancsok EF, Mahnic PA () Petroleum potential of the middle member, Bakken Formation.
Bakken production is increasing again as a result of the new horizontal play. Horizontal wells produced an average of BOPD in March Cumulative production from the horizontal wells through March was 1, barrels of oil.
The Bakken Formation is subdivided into three members: the lower and upper members both consisting of shelf black-shale, and the sandy-silty middle member. Based on an integrated sedimentologic and. Using a geology-based assessment methodology, the U.S. Geological Survey estimated mean undiscovered volumes of billion barrels of oil, trillion cubic feet of associated/dissolved natural gas, and million barrels of natural gas liquids in the Bakken Formation of the Williston Basin Province, Montana and North Dakota.
Recent horizontal drilling in the fractured Bakken Shale has focused attention on this unconventional reservoir of the Williston Basin.
Production from the vertical completions as of early was about 19 million barrels. Production from the Bakken occurs in five main types of reservoirs. book to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Forma- tion: Billings, Montana Geological Society, p. 3– LeFever, J.A.,Structural contour and isopach maps of the.
The Bakken Formation is a layering of sedimentary rocks under the surface of the earth. It is located nearly 2 miles below the Williston Basin of western North Dakota.
Billions of barrels of petroleum (oil) and natural gas are trapped in the Bakken Formation. North. Central Bakken Basin in North Dakota Devonian Three Forks Mississippian Lodgepole Formation M i s s i s s i p p i a n B a k k e n F o r m a t i o n i Upper Shale Member Lower Shale Member Transitional Facies – L5 Transitional Facies - L1 Lithofacies 2 Lithofacies 3 LithofaciesLithofacies 44 Central Basin Facies South NorthFile Size: 4MB.
Geology of the Bakken Shale Play -- The Bakken Shale is a rock formation from the Late Devonian, Early Mississippian age that is estimated to hold as much as 24 billion barrels of recoverable oil. The play extends into parts of Montana, North Dakota, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.Evolution of Oil Production in the Bakken Formation Julie A.
LeFever North Dakota Geological Survey. ¾Conventional Bakken (pre) ¾Cycle 1 – Antelope Structure (s – 60s) ¾Cycle 2 – Depositional Edge (s – 80s) ¾Horizontal Drilling of the Bakken Shale (post).Guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken formation, p.
Unconventionally conventional - facies and sequence stratigraphy of the Upper Devonian.