geological horizon


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a layer of rock with a particular composition (especially of fossils)

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The key conclusion is that geological horizons exist within these sediments that are "highly likely" to contain gas due to the strength and variety of seismic attributes observed at those levels.
Interesting geological horizons for natural gas have been found since 1990, the year when EGPC and some of its foreign partners like Agip began to focus on areas potentially rich in natural gas.
05 billion barrels "in known but undrilled prospects and geological horizons.
The deeper Red River Formation produced oil for a short time near Avonlea in the 1990s, and several other geological horizons have been tested in the past in this area.
The known oil fairways in Egypt have proved to contain limited reserves compared with the geological horizons in Libya or the Persian Gulf.
Geological horizons to recognize can be clays Plicatules the Aptian, the Callovo-Oxfordian clay and marl Gault clay and marl domeriennes without being exhaustive.
The known oil fairways have proved to contain limited reserves compared with the geological horizons in Libya or the Persian Gulf.
It is possible that gas-rich areas within these geological horizons extend as far as the deep waters off Gaza, off Israel, off Lebanon and off Cyprus - though the experience of British Gas so far indicates that the farther the exploration goes to the north of Egypt the smaller the gas reservoirs are likely to be.
Geological horizons can be recognized clays Plicatules the Aptian, argillites Callovian-Oxfordian clays and marls of the Gault, clays and marls domeriennes without this list being exhaustive.
Lodestar's prospects in the Edson and Whitecourt areas have the potential to discover natural gas and natural gas liquids in several geological horizons.
The mapped structures occur at a range of geological horizons, i.
But these estimates are based on geological horizons already surveyed.
The geological horizons have been found as predicted in both wells but it appears that the seismic data is of insufficient quality to adequately define structural closures.
the interpretation of geological horizons and fracture zones are documented in the form of geo-referenced and vertices (points, lines, surfaces) in a data format agreed with the ag.
The geological horizons can be areconnaEtre clays Plicatules the Aptian, argillites Callovian-Oxfordian clays etmarnes Gault, clays and marls domeriennes without this list being exhaustive.
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