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AFRICA

 

1.  Role Of Reflection Seismic In Development of Nembe Creek Field,

    Nigeria.  P.H.H. Nelson

    AAPG, 1977

 

2.  Hydrocarbon Habitat of Tertiary Niger Delta

    B. Evamy, J. Haremboure, P. Kamerling, W. Knaap

    AAPG, 1978

 

3.  The Etosha Basin Reexamined (S.W. Africa)

    J.A. Momper

    OGJ, 1982

 

4.  Introduction to a Review of Log Interpretation Methos Used in the

    Niger Delta

    A. Poupon, I. Strecker, J. Gartner

    SPWLA, 1967

 

5.  A Review of Log Interpretaion Methods Used in the Niger Delta

    A. Poupon, I. Strecker, J. Gartner

    SPWLA, 1967

 

6.  Niger Delta

    SWSC WEC Nigeria, 1966

 

7.  Well Evaluation Conference - Nigeria

    SWSC WEC, 1974

 

8.  Petroleum Geology of the Niger Delta

    K. Weber, E. Daukoru

    Shell-BP, Nigeria

 

 

 

 ASIA

 

1.   Formation Evaluation in Indonesia

     C. Dadrian, H. Brown, J. Geotz, B. Marchette

     SPWLA, 1973

 

2.   Chinese Bottlenecks

     Far Eastern Economic Review

     China, 1972

 

3.   Role of Integrated Study of Core and Log Analysis in Realistic

     Estimation of Reserves of L-III Horizon of Bombay High Fields

     D.K. Gupta, S.K. Sharma, R. Dalavi, H. Raj

     SPWLA, 1981

 

4.   The Status of Well Log Interpretaion in India

     S. Itenberg, J. Koithara, K.H. Hashmy

     SPWLA, 1969

 

5.   Geophysical Well Logging in the Soviet Union

     G.V. Keller

     SPWLA, 1966

 

6.   Bangladesh:  A Brief Account of Geology and Hydrocarbon

     Exploration

     M. Maroof Khan

     OGJ, 1981

 

7.   Review of the Results of Some Petrophysical Studies on

     Cores From Assam Oil Fields, India

     J. Koithora, J.S. Bisht, U.V.S. Nohwar

     SPWLA, 1973

 

8.   Log Interpretation in Malay Basin

     K. Kuttan, C. Stockbridge, H. Crocker, J. Rembry

 

9.   Eastern Asia Coasts Offshore Are Promising Pertroleum Frontiers

     A.A. Meyerhoff

     OGJ, 1976

 

10.  Soviet Oil Flow Up, But Signs of Trouble Multiply

     OGJ,1977

 

11.  Outline of Sedimentary Geology of Maine Oil-Basinal Areas in

     Indonesia

     A. Pulunggono, P.N. Pertamina

     WEC Indonesia, 1971

 

12.  Geology of Offshore Northwest Palawan, Philippines -1

     Dr. A. Saldivar-Sali, Dr. H.G. Oesterle, D. Brownlee

     OGJ, 1981

 

13.  Logging Methods in Japan

     H. Sato

     SPWLA, 1968

 

14.  Computer P{rocessed Interpretation

     WEC Indonesia, 1970

 

15.  Water Injection in China:  Waterflooding the Oil Reservoirs of

     China

     Lin Zhifang

     OGJ Report, 1982

 

 

 AUSTRALIA - NEW ZEALAND

 

1.  Geology and Mineral Deposits - Australian

    Australian National Government Publication, 1969

 

2.  Australia's Amadeus Basin Has Cambro-Ordovican Potential

    D. Casey, J. Harrison

    WO, 1981

 

3.  Formation Evaluation in Australia

    H. Crocker, I. Strecker

    SPWLA, 1968

 

4.  Antarctica - Operating Conditions and Petroleum Prospects

    L.F. Ivanhoe

    OGJ, 1980

 

5.  The Definition of Development of the Mackerel Field, Gippsland

    Basin

    D.M. Maughan, A. Mebberson, D. Morton

    OGJ, 1981

 

6.  Exploration Results Off South New Zealand

    R. Sanford

    OGJ, 1980

 

7.  Australia's Northwest Shelf:  Gas is the Current Attraction

    J.S. Thomas, E.O. Nextvold, A. Crastella

    WO, 1978

 

8.  Bass Basin Set for New Exploration

    O.D. Weaver, Y. Houde, J. Downing, J. Smitherman, C. Nettels

    OGJ, 1982

 

 

 

 CANADA

 

1.   Petrophysical Evidence of Cementation Differences in the Cardium

     Sandstone

     W.R. Almon

     CWLS, 1979

 

2.   The Relationship of Reservoir Permeability to Measured Laboratory

     Permeability

     W.R. Aufricht

     CWLS, 1968

 

3.   HIBERNIA - A Petrophysical and Geologican Review

     R. Benteau, M.G. Sheppard

     JCPT, 1982

 

4.   Hamilton Cherhill:  A Case History

     J.R.M. Berry, R.F. Mercer

     The Log Analyst, 1977

 

5.   Naturally Occurring Gas Hydrates in the MacKenzie Delta

     C. Bily, J.W.L. Dick

     Imperial Oil

 

6.   The Successful Application of a Neutron Acoustic Crossplot to the

     Dolomite Sandstone of the Belloy

     W. Calloway, W.D. Smith

     JCPT, 1982

 

7.   Water Saturation Determination in the Keg River Formation of the

     Zama Field Using Logs and Oil Base Cores

     H.N. Collins

     CWLS, 1970

 

8.   Formation Oddities and Their Response on Wire-Line Logs

     J.T. Costello

     CWLS, 1968

 

9.   Log Interpretation in the High Arctic

     E.R. Crain

     CWLS, 1977

 

10.  An Empirical Approach to Log Interpretation in the Viking Sand of

     East Central Alberta

     W.C. Cutress

     SPWLA, 1974

 

11.  Logging Oddities - Radioactive Clean Dolomite

     CWLS, 1971

 

12.  Logging Oddities

     CWLS, 1970

 

13.  Petrophysical Evaluation Methods:  Basal Quartz Formaiton,

     Manyberries Area, Alberta

     B.W. Davis

     CWLS, 1979

 

14.  The Two That Nearly Go Away - But Didn't

     G.E. Dawson-Grove

     CWLS, 1972

 

15.  Shallow Gas:  How to Locate Easily Missed Pay Sands

     G.E. Dawson-Grove

     World Oil, 1977

 

16.  A Guide to Improved Formation Evaluation in Carbonates of

     Northwestern Alberta

     A.H. Dorin, A.E. Chase, A. W. Linke

     1968-70

 

17.  A Guide to Improved Formation Evaluation in Carbonates of

     Northwest Alberta

     A.H. Dorin, A. Chase, A. Linke

     SPWLA, 1965

 

18.  A Simple Method of Verifying the Air/Mercury to Water/Oil

     Conversion Factor

     J. R. Eade

     CWLS, 1971

 

19.  The Sidewall Epithermal Neutron Log as a Porosity and Lithology

     Device in the Zama-Lutose Area of Northwest Alberta

     J.R. Eade

     CWLS, 1970

 

20.  Dome's Dilema:  Long Tools, Thin Sands

     Energy, 1982

 

21.  Large Scale Log Interpretation of Water Saturation for Two Complex

     Devonian Reef Reservoirs in Western Canada

     C.R. Glenville

     SPWLA, 1965

 

22.  How Well Logs Were Used to Improve Evaluation of a Gas Storage

     Project

     J.M. Hawkins, R.W. Snyder, S.B. Pahawa

     JPT, 1977

 

23.  Correlation of Producing Formations in the Sverdrup Basin

     D. Henao-Londono

     1976

 

24.  Application of Porosity - Water Saturation Relationships to Log

     Analysis in Southeast Saskatchewan

     A. Heslop

     CWLS, 1966

 

25.  Petrophysical Evaluation of the Farewell Structure Sand Reservoir

     MacKenzie Delta

     H.M. Howells, J.R. Wilkinson

 

26.  Paleogeography and Sedimentation in the Upper Paleozoic, Eastern

     Canada

     R.D. Howie, M.S. Barss

     GSC, 1974

 

27.  Clinton Exploration and Production on the Ontario Side of Lake

     Erie

     D. Hurd, D. Kingston

     PE, 1978

 

28.  Computer Reconciliation of Sonic Log And Core Analysis in the

     Boundary Lake Field

     F.S. Jeffries, E.M. Kemp

     Oil In Canada, 1963

 

29.  An Improved Method for the Analysis of Reservoir Rocks Containing

     Clays

     R.E. Jenkins, D.C. Bush, W.R. Aufricht

     CWLS, 1970

 

30.  Some Practical Applications to Improve Formation Evaluation of

     Sandstones in the MacKenzie Delta

     W.L. Johnson, W.A. Linke

     CWLS, 1977

 

31.  Road Allowances Drilling Evaluation in the Lloydminster Area

     R.H. Knudsen, L. Freitag

     CWLS, 1970

 

32.  The Evaluation of Very Shaly Formations in Canada Using a

     Systematic Approach

     H. Kowalchuk, G. Coates

     SPWLA, 1974

 

33.  Optimizing Completions in the Milk River Sand

     H.J. Kowalchuk,  F.C. Coles

     CIM, 1974

 

34.  Use of the Sidewall Neutron Log in the Keg River Formation of the

     Zama Area

     J.R. Lishman

     SPWLA, 1967

 

35.  Canada's East Coast:  The New Super Petroleum Province

     E. Mancini, J.W. Payne

     JCPT, 1982

 

36.  Second Generation Pembina Play Raises Deep Implications Across

     Alberta

     Oilweek, 1977

 

37.  Petrophysical Study of the Cardium Sand in the Pembina Field

     W.T. MacKenzie

     CWLS, 1975

 

38.  Countess Oil Field, South Central Alberta:  Case History in

     Finding a Stratigraphic Trap

     A.W. McCoy, C.A. Moritz

     OGJ, 1982

 

39.  Petrophysical Evaluation of the Bluesky Sand, Bassett Area Alberta

     J.T. McCoy

     CIM, 1977

 

40.  Rock Fluid Relationship Studies on the Windfall D-3A Reservoir and

     Their Application in Evaluating Gas Cycling Effectiveness

     T.B. McFadzean

     JCPT, 1977

 

41.  Exploration Prospects in the Canadian Arctic Islands

     R.A. Menely

     1976

 

42.  Exploration Potential of the Scotian Shelf

     R.A. Menely

     Drilling Canada, 1981

 

43.  Sable Island Geology Heralds Threshold Reserves

     Oilweek, 1980

 

44.  Beaufort Sea:  The Biggest Year Ever Frontier Exploration

     Oilweek, 1981

 

45.  East Coast:  The Grand Banks Remain Number one

     Oilweek, 1981

 

46.  Offshore East Canada's Organic Type and Color and Hydrocarbon

     Potential

     OGJ, 1977

 

47.  Log Interpretation in the Ricinus Area of West Central Alberta

     R.H. Paul

     CWLS, 1970

 

48.  Formation Water Saturation in Gas Reservoirs -  A Comparison of

     Log Derived Values With Data Derived From Extracted Oil Base Core

     R.H. Paul

     SPWLA, 1968

 

49.  Log Interpretation in Complex Gas Bearing Reefs Northeast British

     Columbia

     R.H. Paul

     SPWLA, 1967

 

50.  A Reserves Review of the Pembina Cardum Oil Pool

     R.A. Purvis, W.G. Bober

     JPT, 1979

 

51.  Arctic Islands Potential Should Justify High Costs

     F.G. Rayer

     WO, 1979

 

52.  Exploration Prospects and Future Petroleum Potential of the

     Canadian Arctic Islands

     F.G. Rayer

     JPT, 1981

 

53.  Petrophysical Relationships From the Western Canada Area

     W.D.M. Smith

     SPWLA, 1969

 

54.  A Modified Shaly Sand Equation for the Western Canada Cretaceous

     S.D.M. Smith, R.J. Rodileau

     CWLS, 1977

 

55.  A Log Analysis Manual for the Western Canada Analyst

     W.D. Smith

     Lane-Wells, 1978

 

56.  Milk River Saraband Quality Control

     SOC, 1976

 

57.  Shallow Gas:  Examples & Interpretations

     SOC, 1976

 

58.  Canadian Arctic Islands - Cross Section

     J.S. Sproule and Assoc.

     1971

 

59.  Natural Gas in the Arctic Islands, Discovered Rexerves and Future

     Potential

     D.C. Waylett

     Canadian Gas Association

 

60.  Operator Interest Keen in U.S. Beaufort Sea

     B. Williams

     OGJ, 1982

 

61.  An Alberta Gas Supply Response Model:  Predicting Future

     Discoveries

     C.R. Winter, B.A. Craig

     Technology, 1981

 

62.  Log Interpretaion Chart for Western Canada Reservoirs

     Professional Log Evaluation Ltd.

     1978

 

 

 EUROPE

 

1.   A Review of the Status of the Basic Well Logging and

     Interpretation Methods Applied in Hungary

     Z. Barlai, I. Czegledi, P. Muller

     SPWLA, 1973

 

2.   Logging Programs and Log Analysis Techniques for Norwegian North

     Sea Wells

     C.R. Glanville, F. S. Millard, B.E. Morgan

     The Log Analyst, 1977

 

3.   New Log Data Give Better North Sea Well Completions

     G.M. Hodson, W.H. Fertl, G.W. Hammack

     World Oil, 1975

 

4.   Logging Problems in the North Sea

     A. Misk, A. Poupon

 

5.   A Log Analysis Method for Ekofisk Field, Norway

     J.D. Owen

     SPWLA, 1972

 

6.   Logging and Perforating in W.W. Germany

     H.W. Sorber

     SPWLA, 1966

 

7.   How Oxy's Log Program Evaluation Piper

     OGJ, 1975

 

8.   Geology of the North Seas

     SWSC, WEC, 1974

 

9.   Jurassic Sandstone Reservoirs

     SWSC WEC, 1974

 

10.  Lower Tertiary and Upper Cretaceous Carbonates

     SWSC WEC, 1974

 

11.  Paleocene Sandstones

     SWSC WEC, 1974

 

12.  Computer Processed Interpretation of the Rotliegendes Formation

     WEC, 1974

 

 

 

 MIDDLE EAST

 

1.  Egypt's Petroleum Geology:  Good Ground For Optimism

    A.S. Abdine

    World Oil, 1981

 

2.  Evaluation of Middle East Reservoirs with Complex Lithology

    D.E. Barid

    SPWLA, 1968

 

3.  Outline of Southeastern Middle East Stratigraphy

    E. Hart

    SWSC WEC Middle East, 1967

 

4.  On the Problem and Some Results of Well-Logging and Surface

    Geophysical Survey in the Petroleum Prospecting on the Karia Ba

    Mohamed Area, Morocco

    S. Demnati, J. Frydecki, A. Kulikowski, E. Nowicka

    SPWLA, 1980

 

5.  Outline of Sedimentary Geology of Libya

    SWSC WEC Libya, 1970

 

6.  Well Logging in the Middle Eastern and Similar Large Reservoirs

    P. Threadgold

    SPWLA, 1967

 

7.  Complex Lithology

    SWSC WEC Libya, 1970

 

8.  Shaly Sands

    SWSC WEC Libya, 1970

 

9.  Field Studies

10. SWSC WEC Arabia, 1975

             Iran, 1976

 

 

 SOUTH AMERICA

 

1.   Logging Programs in Northeastern South America

     H.B. Brown, H.A. Salisch

     SPWLA, 1971

 

2.   South Lake Maracaibo Log Analysis

     H.D. Brown, J.D. Cunningham, H.A. Salisch

     SPWLA, 1971

 

3.   Commercially Prospective Oil Accumulation in the Fractured

     Basement Complex of the Hama Area of the Orinoco Petroliferous

     Belt, Eastern Venezuela

     D. Flores

     CWLS, 1981

 

4.   Log Evaluation of Tuffites and Tuffaceous Sandstones in Southern

     Argentina

     A. Khatchikian, P. Lesta.

     SPWLA, 1973

 

5.   The Dual Spacing Neutron Log (CNL) in Venezuela

     J.E. Hung, H.A. Salisch

     SPWLA, 1972

 

6.   Falklands Seem Attractive Wildcat Target

     J.C. McCaslin

     OGJ, 1982

 

7.   Log Interpretation in Bolibia

     H.A. Salisch, H. D. Brown

     SPWLA, 1966

 

8.   Argentina Offers Something for Everyone

     J.J. Stewart-Gordon

     World Oil, 1980

 

9.   Porosity and Lithology Determination With Logs in the Caimancito

     Field, Jujuy Province, Argentina.

     SPWLA, 1976

 

10.  Petroleium Geolog of Trinidad and Tobago.

     P.R. Woodside

     OJG, 1981

 

11.  Giant Fields in Southeast Mexico - ARTICLE

     OGJ, 1981

 

 

 

H.  TAR SANDS AND HEAVY OIL

 

1.  Formation Evaluation in Heavy Oil Sands

    J.S. Brown

    SPWLA, 1966

 

2.  Log Evaluation and Monitoring of a Unique Heavy Oil Reservoir

    Project, Alberta Canada

    P. Campbell, M. Cucheck, E. Forst, W.H. Fertl

    CIMM, 1982

 

3.  Log-Core Correlations in the Athabasca Oil Sands

    N.N. Collins

    SPE, 1976

 

4.  Well Log Analysis in Heavy Oil Sands

    B. Cossett

    CWLS, 1981

 

5.  Sample Disturbance in Athabasca Oil Sand

    M.B. Dusseault

    JCPT, 1980

 

6.  Round Robin Study of Analytical Procedures of Various Laboratories

    on Assay Analysis of Athabasca Tar Sands

    J.R. Eade

    CWLS, 1975

 

7.  Athabasca Oil Sand Evaluation Usinig Core and Log Analysis and

    Ocological Data Processing Methods.

    R.W. Fetzner, W.L. Henson, F.J. Feigl

    SPWLA, 1966

 

8.  Commercially Prospective Heavy Oil Accumulation in the Basement

    Complex of the Hamaco Area of Orinoco Belt, Eastern Venezuela

    D. Flores, S.P. Meneven

    SPWLA, 1981

 

9.  How a Texas Heavy Oil Prospect Was Evaluated

    R. Freedman, J.R. Studlick

    Technololgy, 1981

 

10. Evaluation of a Heavy Oil Prospect Banderea Tan Area- Maverick and

    Zavala Counties, Texas

    R. Freedman, J. Studlick

    SPWLA, 1981

 

11. Importance of Reservoir Description in Evaluating In-Situ Recovery

    Method for Cold Lake Heavy Oil

    G.H. Kendall

    JCPT, 1977

 

12. Sediment-Geological Study of a Steam-Drive Project in the Deltaic

    River Sands

    C. Kruit, S. Maraven

    1978

 

13. Core Analysis of Unconsolidated and Friable Sands

    C.C. Mattax, R.M. McKinley, A.T. Clothier

    JPT, 1975

 

14. Petrophysical Mapping of the Wabiscaw Sand, Marten Hills Area,

    Alberta

    J.T. McCoy, E.J. Burge

    SPWLA, 1976

 

15. Errors in Core Oil Content Data Measured by the Retat Distillation

    Method

    J.J. Rathmell

    SPE, 1966

 

16. Well Logs Evaluate and Monitor Heavy Oil Steamflood in Kern County,

    California

    C. Rowx, W.H. Fertl, E. Frost, D. Stedman, D. Elliot

    CWLS, 1981

 

17.  Evaluation of the Albert Tar Sands

     R.C. Sah, A.E. Chase, L.E. Wells

     AIME, 1974

 

18.  Measurement of Petrophysical Properties of Unconsolidated Sand

     Cores

     B.F. Swanson, E.C. Thomas

     SPWLA, 1980

 

19.  Athabasca Tar Sand Reservoir Properties Derived From Cores and

     Logs

     R. Woodhouse

     CWLS, 1976

 

20.  Tar Sands Core Analysis Versus Log Analysis Controversy - Does It

     Really Matter

     R.W. Zwicky, J.R. Eade

     CWLS, 1977

 

21. The Cold Lake Project:  A Report to the Energy Conservation Board

    Imperial Oil Limited, 1978

 

 TIGHT GAS

 

1.   Mitchell Energy Foam Fracs Tight Gas Zones

     W.B. Bleakley

     PEI, 1980

 

2.   Evaluation of Shaly Sands With Low Deliverability

     D.E. Cannon

     CIMM, 1973

 

3.   Log Evaluation Results in the Deep Basin Areas of Alberta

     E.R. Crain

     CWLS, 1981

 

4.   Log Analysis in Tight Gas Sands - A Reconnaissance Study

     G.E. Dawson-Grove

     CWLS, 1979

 

5.   The Time-Economics of Developing Low-Grade Petroleum  Deposits

     G.E. Dawson-Grove

     SPWLA, 1979

 

6.   Evaluating and Logging Tight Rocks of South Texas

     T.H. Fett

     World Oil, 1980

 

7.   Formation Evaluation and Gas Detection in Shallow,

     Low-Permeability Shaly Sands of the Northern Great Plans Province

     G.C. Kukal

     SPE, 1979

 

8.  Gas Recovery From Tight Formations

    V.A. Kuusdraa, J.P. Brashear

    SPE , 1979

 

9.  Canada's Deep Basin:  Is It a Major New Gas Province?

    J.A. Masters

    World Oil, 1978

 

10. Deep Basin Gas Trap - Western Canada

    J.A. Masters

    AAPG Bulletin, 1978

 

11. Gas-Price Effect on Exploraiton Drilling Studied

    K. McConnell

    OGJ, 1981

 

12   Gas Reservoirs, Deep Basin, Western Canada

     G.E. McMaster

     JCPT, 1981

 

13.  Development of Shallow Gas Reserves in Low Permeability Reservoirs

     of Late Cretaceous Age

     G.L. Nyudegger, D.D. Rice, C.A. Brown

     SPE, 1979

 

14.  NPC Sees Big Potential for U.S. Tight Gas

     OGJ, 1980

 

 15. Exploration - CanHunter Style

     Oilweek, 1978

 

16.  Calculation and Significance of Water Saturations in Low Porosity

     Shaly Gas Sands

     M.J. Rosepiler

     SPWLA, 1981

 

17.  How Technology and Price Affect U.S. Tight Gas Potential

     Part 2 - Economics of Tight Gas Production

     R.W. Veatch, Jr., O. Baker

     Petroleum Engineer, April 1983

 

18.  Stimulating the Triassic Carbonates in the Foothills Gas Tred of

     Northeast British Columbia

     R.P. Wade, K. Aziz

     Technology, 1981

 

 19. An Update on Federal Tight Sands Incentive Policies

     World Oil, 1980

 

20.  Analyses of an Elmworth Hydraulic Fracture

     R.E. Wyman, S.A. Holditch, P.L. Randolph

     SPE, 1979

 

 

 UNITED STATES

 

1.   Subdivision, Stratigraphy of Pre-Punta Gorda Florida Rocks (lower

     most Cretaceous-Jurassic)

     A.V. Applegate, G.L. Winston, J.G. Palacas

     OGJ, 1982

 

2.   Hydrocarbon Potential in Gulf of Alaska - What Happened?

     B.W. Aud

     OGJ, 1979

 

3.   Waveland Field:  Analyses of Facies, Diagenesis, and Hydrodynamics

     in Mooringsport Reservoirs

     L.R. Baria

     OGJ, 1982

 

4.   Gas Detection in Sands of High Silt-Clay Content in the Cook Inlet

     Area

     F. Bettis

     SPWLA, 1977

 

5.   Well Log Analysis in the Austin Chalk Trend

     W.D.  Bishop, M.R. DeVries, W.H. Fertl

     SPWLA, 1977

 

6.   Unconformities - The Key To

     H. Bushnell

     OGJ, 1981

 

7.   Log Evaluation of a Fractured Reservoir Monterey Shale

     D.E. Cannon

 

8.   Pressure Build Up Characteristics in Austin Chalk Wells

     E. Claycomb

     OGJ, 1982

 

9.   How to Drill and Complete Austin Chalk Wells

     C. Coffman

     PEI, 1982

 

10.  Upgrading Medina Gas Well Production in Western New York

     D. Copley

     World Oil, 1980

 

11.  Wireline Operations in the Deep Delaware Basin

     J.D. Cunningham, F.D. Fulkerson

     SPE, 1966

 

12.  A Preliminary Evaluation of Various Log Analysis Techniques for

     the Eastern Devonian Shales - Fractured Shales

     J.B. Curtis, W.G. Fingleton

     CWLS, 1979

 

13.  Drilling and Completion Practices in Active U.S. Areas

     J.P. David

     World Oil, 1981

 

14.  Impact Craters: Implications for Basement Hydrocarbon Production

     R. Donofiro

     OGJ, 1981

 

15.  Anadarko Shows Unique Problems, Economics

     J.K. Drisdale

     OGJ, 1982

 

16.  Geology and Petroleum Potential of Alaska's Norton Basin Area

     M.A. Fisher, W.W. Patton, M.L. Holmes

     OGJ, 1982

 

17.  Evaluation of Hosston and Cotton Valley Fine Grained Sandstones

     J.M. Forgotson, J.M. Forgotson, Jr.

     SPWLA, 1974

 

18.  Formation Evaluation in the Texas Cretaceous Chalk Trend

     E. Frost  D. Stedman, W. Fertl

     World Oil, 1982

 

19.  Anomalies Observed onWell Logs

     G.W. Hammack, W.H. Fertl

     SPWLA, 1976

 

20.  Depth Porosity Relationships of the Anadorko Basin

     R.A. Hefner

     PE, 1980

 

21.  Williston - Reviving of a Giant Oil Province.

     D. Hoffman

     OGJ, 1981

 

22.  Economics of Austin Chalk Production

     S.A. Holditch, D.E. Lancaster

     OGJ, 1982

 

23.  East Cameron Block 270, A.Pleistocene Field

     D.S. Holland, C.E. Sutley, R.E. Berlitz, J.A. Gilreath

     SPWLA, 1970

 

24.  Case Histories of Subsurface Log Data Exploration Patterns in

     Eastern Powder River Basin

     B. Jones

     SPWLA, 1967

 

25.  Computer Caliper, Fingerprints of the hole, From Austin Chalk to

     Ellenburger

     H.W. Kading

     SPWLA, 1977

 

26.  Operators Charge Ahead in Overthrus Drilling

     W. Keener

     PEI, 1981

 

27.  Electrical Resistivity of Modern Reef Sediments From Midway Atoll

     G.V. Keller

     SPWLA, 1969

 

28.  Interpreting Silurian Niagaran Reefs in the Michigan Basin

     J.S. Labo

     SPWLA, 1977

 

29.  Atokan Clastics - Depositional Environments In

     G. Lovelick, C.G. Massini, D.A. Kotila

     OGJ, 1982

 

30.  Preplatform Exploration of High Island Blocks A-560 and A-561

     J.W. Lund, J.S. King, R. Berlitz, J.A. Gilreath

     OGJ, 1979

 

31.  Toward a Rational Strategy for Oil Exploration

     Scientific American, 1981

     Smackover Carbonate Petroleum Geology in Southwest Alabama

     E. Mancini, D. Benson

     OGJ, 1981

 

32.  A Look at Lower Tuscaloosa Petroleum potential in S.W. Alabama

     E. Mancini, J.W. Payne

     OGJ, 1982

 

33.  Comparison of Log and Core Results for an Extremely Heterogeneous

     Carbonate Reservoir

     L.C. Marchent, E.J. White

     SPWLA, 1968

 

34.  U.S. Atlantic Continental Margin, 1976 - 1981

     R. Mattick

     OGJ, 1981

 

35.  New Report Presents Lithologic Analysis of San Andres Formation

     M. C. McCaslin

     OGJ, 1982

 

36.  What to Expect When Logging the Cotton Valley Trend

     P. Nangle, W. Fertl, E. Frost

     World Oil, 1982

 

37. Logging in the Ellenburger - 1970

    R.H. Neustaedter, A.W. Schmidt

    API, 1970

 

38.  Log Evaluation of Deep Ellenburger gas zones

     R.H. Neustaedter

     SPE AIME, 1968

 

39.  Log Evaluation Techniques in Unita Basin Found Faulty

     J. Osoba, R. Gist, H. Carroll

     World Oil, 1981

 

40.  The Determination of Porosity in Sandstones and Shaly Sandstones

     Part One - Quality Control

     J.G. Patchett, E.H. Coalson

     CWLS, 1979

 

41.  Appalachian Gas Bearing Devonian Shales:  Statements and

     Discussions

     P.R. Potter, J.B. Maynard, W. Pryor

     OGJ, 1982

 

42.  Hydrocarbon Well Logging in the Williston Basin Cross Sections of

     Case Histories

     H. Rowe, J. McAdams, R. Mercer

     Continental Laborities, 1978

 

 

43.  Gulf Coast Stratigraphic Traps in the Lower Cretaceous Carbonates

     R. Sams

     OGJ, 1982

 

44.  Operators Seek 200 BCF Gas Fields in Southern Mississippi

     D. Scherer

     World Oil, 1981

 

45.  Computerized Log Analysis for Efficiently Evaluating Gas Wells and

     Gas Storage Reservoirs

     A.W. Schmidt, D.H. Tinch, B. Carpenter, W.R. Hoyle

     SPWLA, 1967

 

46.  Logging Offshore Wells in the United States

     R.B. Snow, W.H. Throop, J.A. Williams

     SPWLA, 1968

 

47.  Petrophysical Evaluation of the Diatomite Formation of the Lost

     Hills Field, California

     I.J. Stosur, A. David

     JPT, 1976

 

48.  Logging and Evaluation High Angle Well Bores on a Large Scale

     Drilling and Development Program, Long Beach, California

     SPWLA, 1968

 

49.  Lithology Crossplots:  Applications in an Evaporite Basin - The

     Maverick Basin of Southwest Texas

     SPWLA, 1977

 

50. Log Evaluation of a Heterogeneous Carbonate Reservoir Cato San

    Andres Field

    M.L. Traugott

    SPWLA, 1970

 

51.  Log Analysis in the Shallow Oil Sands of the San Joaquin Valley,

     California

     J.B. Vohs

     SPWLA, 1976

 

52.  Wattenberg Field, Paleostructure-Stratigraphic Trap, Denver Basin,

     Colorado

     R.J. Weimer, S.A. Sonnenberg

     OGJ, 1982

 

53.  Nature of Porosity in Tuscarora Sandstone (Lower Silurian) in the

     Appalachian Basin

     W.A. Wescott

     OGJ, 1982

 

54.  Computer Log Analysis Puls Core Analysis Equals Improved

     Formation Evaluation in West Howard-Glassock Unit

     D.A. Wilson, W.M. Hensel

     SPE, 1978

 

55.  Drilling and Completion Practices in Active U.S. Areas

     World Oil, 1982

 
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