Gulf of Mexico Onshore
REGIONAL GEOLOGICAL, ENGINEERING, AND PETROPHYSICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION OF THE LOUISIANA WILCOX - Available in RAPID
The Louisiana Wilcox Regional Study contains a complete geological, petrophysical, and engineering study from data on drill cuttings and conventional cores on thirty (30) wells.
The conventional cores were used to describe, document, and interpret Wilcox sandstone lithology, vertical sequences, and the character of various lithofacies present within the cored intervals. Sandstone minerology, textural, and pore space properties for Wilcox "pay" and "potential pay" zones were defined, documented, and evaluated. Various rock logging and fluid-flow parameters for selected Wilcox sandstone samples and zones representative of the "spectrum" of reservoir-quality rock types were measured in the laboratory.
The geological and petrophysical and engineering data were compiled and evaluated to provide a regional synthesis and summary of Wilcox rock properties significant to exploration and exploitation activities.
The final report contains regional information and conclusions regarding:
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