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Lithofacies analysis of the Viola Limestone in South

Lithofacies analysis of the Viola Limestone in South-central Kansas by E. Bornemann 1, J. H. Doveton 2, and P. N. St.Clair 3. 1 Schlumberger Well Services 3 Kansas Geological Survey 3 Marathon Oil Company [Originally published in 1982 as Kansas

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AAPG Datapages/Archives: Lithofacies Mapping of Viola

Title: Lithofacies Mapping of Viola Limestone in South-Central Kansas, Based on Wireline Logs. Author(s): E. Bornemann (2), J. H. Doveton (3) Abstract: Estimation of mineral compositions and pore volumes from wireline logging combinations (primarily gamma ray, neutron, density, and sonic) has been widely practiced for several years.

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Lithofacies analysis of the Simpson Group in south-central

Bornemann, E., 1979, Well log analysis as a tool for lithofacies determination in the Viola Limestone (Ordovician) of south-central Kansas: Ph.D. dissertation, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New

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Lithofacies Control on Reservoir Quality of the Viola

May 09, 2019  The study area for this research is the Middle Ordovician-aged (470–440 Mya) Viola limestone formation found in the Morrison Northeast Field of Clark County, south-central Kansas. The Viola Limestone Formation is a carbonate reservoir that is widely exposed throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas, yielding moderate

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Isoteline Trilobites of the Viola Group and Stratigraphic

the Viola Group in south-central Oklahoma, where they occur in a variety of lithofacies. Here, I document 11 isoteline species from the Viola Group and evaluate species de-scribed by Bradley (1930) from the coeval Kimmswick Limestone of Missouri and Illi-nois. Viola Group isotelines include six spe-cies of Isotelus, two species of Anataphrus

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Lithofacies Control on Reservoir Quality of the Viola

Lithofacies mapping of Viola Limestone in South-Central Kansas, based on wireline logs. April 1983. LITHOFACIES ANALYSIS OF THE VIOLA LIMESTONE IN SOUTH-CENTRAL KANSAS. January 1982.

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Isoteline Trilobites of the Viola Group and Stratigraphic

the Viola Group in south-central Oklahoma, where they occur in a variety of lithofacies. Here, I document 11 isoteline species from the Viola Group and evaluate species de-scribed by Bradley (1930) from the coeval Kimmswick Limestone of Missouri and Illi-nois. Viola Group isotelines include six spe-cies of Isotelus, two species of Anataphrus

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Lithofacies Control on Reservoir Quality of the Viola

The study area for this research is the Middle Ordovician-aged (470–440 Mya) Viola limestone formation found in the Morrison Northeast Field of Clark County, south-central Kansas. The Viola Limestone Formation is a carbonate reservoir that is widely exposed throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas, yielding moderate

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Preservation of intragranular porosity within the

The Viola Limestone in south-central Oklahoma is a Middle and Upper Ordovician carbonate unit interpreted as being deposited on a carbonate ramp within and peripheral to the Southern Oklahoma aulacogen. Depositional environments within the study area ranged from anaerobic deep ramp through aerobic middle and shallow ramp.

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Sedimentary Facies and Trilobite Biofacies along an

during that time interval (Finney, 1986). Presence of a thick Viola Springs sequence outside the margins of the aulacogen in south-central Oklahoma suggests that tectonic subsidence downwarped the edges of the platform in the region of the aulacogen (Keller and Baldridge, 1995). LITHOFACIES ANALYSIS AND PALEOENVIRONMENTAL INTERPRETATION

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(PDF) 3D Seismic Reflection Amplitude and Instantaneous

Viola Limestone in south-central Kansas: Unpub. M.S. thesis, has shown the implication of this attribute in the analysis of lithofacies by crossing the instantaneous frequency with the

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3D Seismic Reflection Amplitude and Instantaneous

Sep 18, 2017  The target horizon is the Viola limestone, which continues to produce from 7 of the 12 wells drilled within the survey area. Seismic attributes extraction and analyses were conducted with emphasis on instantaneous attributes and amplitude anomalies to better understand and predict reservoir heterogeneities and their control on hydrocarbon

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A Predictive Model of Dolomitization and Its Control on

A lithofacies analysis was conducted to characterize which facies is the most productive in the target Viola Limestone using well log analysis, petrographic inspection of well cuttings and thin sections, and the application of the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) and Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS).

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A systematic revision of the Upper Ordovician trilobite

1859) were collected from the Viola Springs Formation (Viola Group; Upper Ordovician, Katian) at the Highway 99 section, near Fittstown, south-central Oklahoma (Amati Westrop2004,fig.1,2006,figs3and7).Theyoccurina bryozoan grainstone-to rudstone facies (Amati Westrop 2006, p. 521) between 18 and 34 m above the base of the Viola Springs

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Stratigraphic and lithofacies analysis of the Gohatsion

Feb 01, 2020  Lithofacies analysis. A total of 14 lithofacies, categorized into siliciclastic and evaporite facies types, have been recognized in the studied sections and are described below. 4.2.1. Siliciclastic facies4.2.1.1. Facies S1 (mudstone and siltstone facies)

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Haney Limestone Indiana Geological Water Survey

A lithofacies and biofacies analysis of the Haney Limestone in the Illinois Basin was made by Vincent (1975) (Gray, 1986). Treworgy (1988) discussed the lithofacies and depositional environments of the Haney Limestone and their relation to structural features of the Illinois Basin.

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SEDIMENTARY FACIES AND TRILOBITE GeoScienceWorld

Lithofacies analysis allows identification of inner, mid- and outer-ramp environments in the Viola Springs Formation, each of which hosted a distinct trilobite biofacies. There is a sharp break in both composition and species diversity of biofacies between the outer ramp within the aulacogen and shallower environments.

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Lithofacies Distribution of the Mississippian Alida-Kisbey

May 17, 2013  The various lithofacies identified in the Alida, Kisbey and Frobisher succession in the study area are based on the study of 23 cored wells and cuttings descriptions from 4 more (Figure 1), wireline logs, and 72 thin sections from 7 of the cored wells (Table 1). Core descriptions and petrographic analysis of the studied strata allow recognition of

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Stratigraphy of the Eocene Part of the Green River

5. Photographs of the Green River Formation, south-central Uinta basin BB15 6. Chart showing chronostratigraphy of the Green River Formation, south-central Uinta basin BB21 TABLES 1. Summary of major lithologic and sedimentologic characteristics and interpretation of lithofacies of the Eocene part of the Green River Formation in the south-central

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SEDIMENTARY FACIES AND TRILOBITE BIOFACIES ALONG AN

The Upper Ordovician Viola Group of south-central Oklahoma records deposition on a carbonate ramp that extended from platformal settings to a basin within the Southern Oklahoma aulacogen. Lithofacies analysis allows identification of inner, mid- and outer-ramp environments in the Viola Springs Formation, each of which hosted a distinct trilobite biofacies. There is a sharp break in both

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SEDIMENTARY FACIES AND TRILOBITE BIOFACIES ALONG AN

The Upper Ordovician Viola Group of south-central Oklahoma records deposition on a carbonate ramp that extended from platformal settings to a basin within the Southern Oklahoma aulacogen. Lithofacies analysis allows identification of inner, mid- and outer-ramp environments in the Viola Springs Formation, each of which hosted a distinct trilobite biofacies. There is a sharp break in both

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Sedimentary Facies and Trilobite Biofacies along an

during that time interval (Finney, 1986). Presence of a thick Viola Springs sequence outside the margins of the aulacogen in south-central Oklahoma suggests that tectonic subsidence downwarped the edges of the platform in the region of the aulacogen (Keller and Baldridge, 1995). LITHOFACIES ANALYSIS AND PALEOENVIRONMENTAL INTERPRETATION

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3D Seismic Reflection Amplitude and Instantaneous

The target horizon is the Viola limestone, which continues to produce from 7 of the 12 wells drilled within the survey area. Seismic attributes extraction and analyses were conducted with emphasis on instantaneous attributes and amplitude anomalies to better understand and predict reservoir heterogeneities and their control on hydrocarbon

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(PDF) Lithofacies, palynofacies, and sequence stratigraphy

Sequence 1—upper Nsukka formation dominated lithofacies association IV and black shale of The upper Nsukka Formation crops out at the Ovim, lithofacies association III (with thin bands of coquinoid Okigwe-A, and Umuasuwa sections as an incomplete se- limestone) at Okigwe-B (Fig. 13D).

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A systematic revision of the Upper Ordovician trilobite

1859) were collected from the Viola Springs Formation (Viola Group; Upper Ordovician, Katian) at the Highway 99 section, near Fittstown, south-central Oklahoma (Amati Westrop2004,fig.1,2006,figs3and7).Theyoccurina bryozoan grainstone-to rudstone facies (Amati Westrop 2006, p. 521) between 18 and 34 m above the base of the Viola Springs

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Stratigraphy of the Eocene Part of the Green River

5. Photographs of the Green River Formation, south-central Uinta basin BB15 6. Chart showing chronostratigraphy of the Green River Formation, south-central Uinta basin BB21 TABLES 1. Summary of major lithologic and sedimentologic characteristics and interpretation of lithofacies of the Eocene part of the Green River Formation in the south-central

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INTEGRATED RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION OF A MIXED

Study of Mississippian strata in the Mississippian Limestone play area reveals the presence of 17 lithofacies and 29 high-frequency cycles. The lithofacies are predominantly skeletal-rich limestones. The good reservoir quality is typically associated with the upper intervals of these high-frequency shallowing-upward cycles.

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Stratigraphy and Depositional Environments of the Middle

Depositional environments, as well as paleogeographic and paleotectonic implications of the Ralston Creek Formation have been determined based on lithofacies associations in the Beulah-Wetmore area on lithofacies associations in the Beulah-Wetmore area of south-central Colorado.

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Lithofacies Distribution of the Mississippian Alida-Kisbey

May 17, 2013  The various lithofacies identified in the Alida, Kisbey and Frobisher succession in the study area are based on the study of 23 cored wells and cuttings descriptions from 4 more (Figure 1), wireline logs, and 72 thin sections from 7 of the cored wells (Table 1). Core descriptions and petrographic analysis of the studied strata allow recognition of

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Haney Limestone Indiana Geological Water Survey

A lithofacies and biofacies analysis of the Haney Limestone in the Illinois Basin was made by Vincent (1975) (Gray, 1986). Treworgy (1988) discussed the lithofacies and depositional environments of the Haney Limestone and their relation to structural features of the Illinois Basin.

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Quantitative Petrographic AnafySis of Mid-Cretaceous

quartz-and chert-rich sandstone, and limestone deposited in fluvial, lacustrine, and shallow marine depositional en­ vironments. Lithofacies unit 1 is lithostratigraphically cor­ relative with the Fall River Sandstone of south-central Montana (Rice, 1976). Unit 2 varies from 17m in thickness

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Decoding the origins and sources of clay minerals in the

However, analysis of the clay mineralogy in proximal time‐equivalents of the Bridge Creek Limestone, the Tropic Shale and Tununk Shale in southern Utah along the western margin of the WIS (Figure 1A), shows a much more complex assemblage of presumed detrital clays, including kaolinite, discrete illite, chlorite, and mixed‐layer I/S (Sethi

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Publications Oklahoma State University–Stillwater

Grammer, G.M., 1985, Diagenetic destruction of primary reservoir porosity in the Viola Limestone, south-central Oklahoma, AAPG Annual Meeting. Grammer, G.M., 1983, Diagenesis of the Viola Limestone (Ordovician), southeastern Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, AAPG Annual Meeting **(Best Graduate Student Paper Award).

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3-D Seismic Attributes and Lithofacies Analysis: The

Finally, this study attempts to present a pre-drilling 3D seismic attribute workflow that correlates to the lithofacies of the Viola limestone. Comparing the lithofacies to the seismic facies will establish reservoir parameters associated with successful well production in the Morrison Northeast field.

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