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The Resource Pressure regimes in sedimentary basins and their prediction : an outgrowth of the international forum sponsored by the Houston chapter of the American Association of Drilling Engineers, Houston, Texas, September 2-4, 1998, edited by Alan R. Huffman, Glenn L. Bowers

Pressure regimes in sedimentary basins and their prediction : an outgrowth of the international forum sponsored by the Houston chapter of the American Association of Drilling Engineers, Houston, Texas, September 2-4, 1998, edited by Alan R. Huffman, Glenn L. Bowers

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Pressure regimes in sedimentary basins and their prediction : an outgrowth of the international forum sponsored by the Houston chapter of the American Association of Drilling Engineers, Houston, Texas, September 2-4, 1998
Title
Pressure regimes in sedimentary basins and their prediction
Title remainder
an outgrowth of the international forum sponsored by the Houston chapter of the American Association of Drilling Engineers, Houston, Texas, September 2-4, 1998
Statement of responsibility
edited by Alan R. Huffman, Glenn L. Bowers
Contributor
Editor
Issuing body
Subject
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
ZXX
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Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TN871.18
LC item number
.P7477 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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(1998 :
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  • Huffman, Alan R.
  • Bowers, Glenn L.
  • American Association of Drilling Engineers
  • American Association of Petroleum Geologists
  • American Association of Drilling Engineers
Series statement
AAPG memoir
Series volume
n.76
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  • Reservoir oil pressure
  • Oil reservoir engineering
  • Petroleum
  • Sedimentary basins
  • Petroleum engineering
  • Petroleum
  • Oil reservoir engineering
  • Petroleum
  • Petroleum engineering
  • Petroleum
  • Reservoir oil pressure
  • Sedimentary basins
Label
Pressure regimes in sedimentary basins and their prediction : an outgrowth of the international forum sponsored by the Houston chapter of the American Association of Drilling Engineers, Houston, Texas, September 2-4, 1998, edited by Alan R. Huffman, Glenn L. Bowers
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Role Of shale pore structure on the sensitivity of wire-line logs to overpressure
  • G.L. Bowers and T. John Katsube
  • Impact of smectite diagenesis on compaction modeling and compaction equilibrium
  • Richard Lahann
  • Effect of gas on poroelastic response to burial or erosion
  • K.W. Katahara and J.D. Corrigan
  • Relationships between pore pressure and stress in different tectonic settings
  • Najwa Yassir and M. Anthony Addis
  • Pore-pressure estimation in an active thrust region and its impact on exploration and drilling
  • Allison Hennig, Najwa Yassir, M. Anthony Addis, and Andrew Warrington
  • Comparison of overpressure magnitude resulting from the main generating mechanisms
  • Richard E. Swarbrick, Mark J. Osborne, and Gareth S. Yardley
  • Interrelationships between overpressure mechanisms and in situ stress
  • T.W. Miller, C.H. Luk, and D.L. Olgaard
  • Primary controls over sediment compaction
  • Phil Holbrook
  • Critical-porosity models
  • Jack Dvorkin and Amos Nur
  • Method for determining regional force-balanced loading and unloading pore-pressure regimes and applying them in well planning and real-time drilling
  • Phil Holbrook
  • Forward modeling of log Response in geopressured formations reveals valuable insights to the various pore-pressure prediction techniques
  • J.C. Rasmus
  • Geological controls and variability in pore pressure in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico
  • Michael A. Smith
  • Easily derived overburden model is essential for the prediction of pore pressure and fracture gradient for wildcat exploration in the Gulf of Mexico
  • Fred R. Holasek
  • Fracture-gradient predictions in depleted sands in the Gulf Coast sedimentary basin
  • Baldeo Singh and Nelson Emery
  • Consolidation state, permeability, and stress ratio as determined from uniaxial strain experiments on mudstone samples from the Eugene Island 330 Area, offshore Louisiana
  • Beth B. Stump and Peter B. Flemings
  • Pore pressure ahead of the bit : an integrated approach
  • Nader C. Dutta, William H. Borland, W. Scott Leaney, Richard Meehan, and W. Les Nutt
  • Subsea mudlift drilling : a new technology for ultradeep-water environments
  • Kenneth L. Smith and Allen D. Gault
  • Velocity estimation for pore-pressure prediction
  • David W. Bell
  • Future of pressure prediction using geophysical methods
  • Alan R. Huffman
Control code
985931561
Extent
1 online resource (x, 238 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780891813576
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)985931561
Label
Pressure regimes in sedimentary basins and their prediction : an outgrowth of the international forum sponsored by the Houston chapter of the American Association of Drilling Engineers, Houston, Texas, September 2-4, 1998, edited by Alan R. Huffman, Glenn L. Bowers
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Role Of shale pore structure on the sensitivity of wire-line logs to overpressure
  • G.L. Bowers and T. John Katsube
  • Impact of smectite diagenesis on compaction modeling and compaction equilibrium
  • Richard Lahann
  • Effect of gas on poroelastic response to burial or erosion
  • K.W. Katahara and J.D. Corrigan
  • Relationships between pore pressure and stress in different tectonic settings
  • Najwa Yassir and M. Anthony Addis
  • Pore-pressure estimation in an active thrust region and its impact on exploration and drilling
  • Allison Hennig, Najwa Yassir, M. Anthony Addis, and Andrew Warrington
  • Comparison of overpressure magnitude resulting from the main generating mechanisms
  • Richard E. Swarbrick, Mark J. Osborne, and Gareth S. Yardley
  • Interrelationships between overpressure mechanisms and in situ stress
  • T.W. Miller, C.H. Luk, and D.L. Olgaard
  • Primary controls over sediment compaction
  • Phil Holbrook
  • Critical-porosity models
  • Jack Dvorkin and Amos Nur
  • Method for determining regional force-balanced loading and unloading pore-pressure regimes and applying them in well planning and real-time drilling
  • Phil Holbrook
  • Forward modeling of log Response in geopressured formations reveals valuable insights to the various pore-pressure prediction techniques
  • J.C. Rasmus
  • Geological controls and variability in pore pressure in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico
  • Michael A. Smith
  • Easily derived overburden model is essential for the prediction of pore pressure and fracture gradient for wildcat exploration in the Gulf of Mexico
  • Fred R. Holasek
  • Fracture-gradient predictions in depleted sands in the Gulf Coast sedimentary basin
  • Baldeo Singh and Nelson Emery
  • Consolidation state, permeability, and stress ratio as determined from uniaxial strain experiments on mudstone samples from the Eugene Island 330 Area, offshore Louisiana
  • Beth B. Stump and Peter B. Flemings
  • Pore pressure ahead of the bit : an integrated approach
  • Nader C. Dutta, William H. Borland, W. Scott Leaney, Richard Meehan, and W. Les Nutt
  • Subsea mudlift drilling : a new technology for ultradeep-water environments
  • Kenneth L. Smith and Allen D. Gault
  • Velocity estimation for pore-pressure prediction
  • David W. Bell
  • Future of pressure prediction using geophysical methods
  • Alan R. Huffman
Control code
985931561
Extent
1 online resource (x, 238 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780891813576
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)985931561

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