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Geology of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas - Depositional History, Diagenesis, Structure, and Reservoir Engineering Implications

The studies were aimed at understanding the distribution of gas-bearing, low-permeability sandstones within the formation, and determining the geologic parameters which influence reservoir behavior.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Topical Report
Report Period
11/82 - 02/90
Corporate Source
University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, TX
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Chicago, IL
Pagination
184p
Product Media
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Summary:
Geologic characterization of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation in East Texas focused on stratigraphy and depositional systems; diagenesis of reservoir sandstones; and structural history and exisiting structural setting. The studies were aimed at understanding the distribution of gas-bearing, low-permeability sandstones within the formation, and determining the geologic parameters which influence reservoir behavior. This geologic information can be applied to help select well locations, identify gas zones, and design hydraulic fracture treatments.
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