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Density data for drill cores from wells in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska
|Statement||by David F. Barnes ... [et al.]|
|Series||Open-file report -- 90-342, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 90-342|
|Contributions||Barnes, David F. 1921-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
ConocoPhillips has set a new record for the longest well ever drilled in Alaska. ConocoPhillips Alaska said on Thursday that it set the record at the drill site CD5 in the Colville River Unit (Alpine) on Alaska’s North Slope.. CD5 is the first commercial oil development on Alaska Native lands within the boundaries of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A). On J the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources held a hearing to discuss the remediation of federal legacy wells within the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPRA). Between and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and U.S. Navy were commissioned by the federal government to drill oil and natural gas.
2 to 3 years to drill a single exploratory well. Exploratory wells are slower to drill because geophysical data are collected during drilling, e.g., rock cores and well logs. Typically, Alaska North Slope exploration wells take two full winter seasons to reach the desired depth. Recent drilling results indicate that the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska contains roughly a tenth of the oil that federal scientists had previously estimated, the U.S. Geological Survey.
density tabulation in the northern portion of the Arctic National Wildlife Range, and a northern Alaska paleomagnetism- plate tectonics study. Geologic mapping coverage is shown on fig. 2. Test wells Test well data in NPR-4 are shown in fig. 1 and in table 1. The 45 core tests (page 10) are shown neither on fig. 1 nor I in table Size: 1MB. Your editorial "Obama's Great Alaska Shutout" (Oct. 15) accurately describes the situation regarding the administration's proposed actions in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska .
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Get this from a library. Density data for drill cores from wells in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska. [David F Barnes; Geological Survey (U.S.);].
59 rows The bulk density log is scaled from to g/cc, so a sandstone with a grain. • Ab feet of drill core, which represents about 2 percent of the total footage (, ft) of wells drilled in the NPRA.
A split of about half of feet of core is in the USGS Core Research Center in Denver, Colo. The complete set of cores is at the Alaska Geologic Materials Center, Eagle River, Size: KB.
Access is provided to seismic data, image files of seismic data, well logs, and cores of petroleum reserves in Alaska from the National Petroleum Reserve, Alaska, and (NPRA) Legacy Data Archive. by Central Energy Resources Science Center.
Related topics: Catalogs and indexes, Core analysis, Data services, Drilling and coring, Economic geology. Between andthe U.S. Geological Survey drilled 27 wells in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska.
This publication presents the following data from eleven of those 27 wells: general information, well core images, depths to specific stratigraphic units, well core gamma ray logs in LAS format, well log information in LAS format, geological and drilling history reports.
This report contains photographic images and data from petroleum exploration wells drilled within and near the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPRA).
The volume is organized into six chapters, each of which contains images and well data (including a GIS project of public domain cores) pertinent to the geology and petroleum potential of NPRA.
National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska. Formerly known as Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4, the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPR-A) is now a vast ~million-acre area on Alaska's North Slope.
Inmindful of the land's conceivable petroleum value, President Harding set aside this area as an emergency oil supply for the U.S. Navy. Data Set Name: Well Logs, Data Set Number: TGY Data Announcement: SE-E The log curves in the file were digitized from the following Mylar well logs: Data Set TGY, ItemCOMPENSATED NEUTRON FORMATION DENSITY Data Set TGY, Item Get this from a library.
Selected data from fourteen wildcat wells in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska. [F N Zihlman; Geological Survey (U.S.);] -- Includes photographs of well cores; depths to selected stratigraphic horizons; geological and drilling reports; LAS-format core-gamma ray data; LAS-format borehole log data; permeability, porosity.
basem e nt characteristics within the National Petroleum Reserve Alaska (NPRA). In in basem e nt density from analysis of gravity data have been found in well cores. The most recent data on drilling waste disposal by the American Petroleum Institute (API) () shows the oil industry used reserve pits in 68 percent of the oil and conventional natural gas wells drilled in and closed loop drilling systems in to be 4 million BOPD by (National Petroleum Council, ).
Despite the widespread availability of heavy oils, the recorded annual production in corresponded to only 12% of the total annual production (Meyers and Attanasi, ).
Furthermore, heavy oils with better quality in terms of composition and density are. The agency now estimates that the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska has between to billion barrels of technically-recoverable oil on the federal lands in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska with a mean estimate of billion barrels.
[hereinafter Salazar Announces Plan]. will open up millions of Reserve acres to oil and gas proposal also seeks to. Dep’t of the InteriorRecord of Decision, National Petroleum Reserve, -Alaska Integrated Activity Plan (Feb. 21, ).
Inthe U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) initiated a contract with GeoChem Research, Inc., to carry out petroleum geochemical analyses on drill cuttings, conventional and sidewall cores, and hydrocarbon samples collected from wells drilled in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPRA).Author: Waples, D.W.
Prudhoe Bay Oil Field is a large oil field on Alaska's North is the largest oil field in North America, coveringacres (86, ha) and originally containing approximately 25 billion barrels ( × 10 9 m 3) of oil. The amount of recoverable oil in the field is more than double that of the next largest field in the United States by acreage (the East Texas oil field), while the Country: United States.
Well logs and core data from selected cored intervals, National Petroleum Reserve, Alaska. This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey editorial standards or with the North American Stratigraphic Code.
This is a companion publication to USGS Open File ReportSelected Data for Eleven Wildcat Wells in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska. The CD-ROM was written to the ISO standard and was produced to work in the greatest number of environments.
WELL PRODUCTIVITY RELATED TO DRILLING MUDS: UMIAT FIELD, NAVAL PETROLEUM RESERVE NO. 4, ALASKA-/ by George L. Gates 2/ and W. Hodge Caraway-/ INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY This report presents an evaluation by the Federal Bureau of Mines of the effect of clay-water, brine, and oil-base drilling fluids on the productivity.
Proposed opening more land in the Alaska National Petroleum Reserve for oil drilling. The Obama administration had designated about half of the reserve. History of Northern Alaska Petroleum Development In the early s, as petroleum production from the Lower 48 states entered a decline, a new discovery of oil at Prudhoe Bay on the North Slope of Alaska offered the U.S.
the promise of a significant new source of competitive domestic supply on a world class scale.This technical note provides a brief description of using gravity, magnetic, well, and seismic data for exploration in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPRA). This note also demonstrates how modern PC-based software can be used for QA/QC and enhancement of gravity and magnetic data and how gravity and magnetic data can be integrated.The National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A) contains a mean estimate of million barrels of oil and a mean estimate of trillion cubic feet (TCF) of natural gas.
1 It was created in by President Harding to make sure that the U.S. Navy had a stable supply of.