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Petroleum Resources and Reservoirs of the Grand Banks, Eastern Canadian Margin

R. N. Hiscott

Petroleum Resources and Reservoirs of the Grand Banks, Eastern Canadian Margin

by R. N. Hiscott

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Published by Geological Association of Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science,
  • Nature,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Natural Resources,
  • Earth Sciences - Geology,
  • Geology,
  • Grand Banks of Newfoundland,
  • Jeanne d"Arc Basin,
  • Newfoundland and Labrador,
  • Petroleum,
  • Petroleum in submerged lands

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11442209M
    ISBN 10091921682X
    ISBN 109780919216822

    Get print book. No eBook available. Canadian Centre for Energy Information, - Gas industry - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. Title: Our Petroleum Challenge: Canadian Resources, Global Markets: Author: Robert Bott: Contributor. The Flemish Pass Basin is situated approximately km east of St. John's, Newfoundland (), formed during Late Triassic-Early Jurassic (the North Atlantic rifting stage) on the continental passive margin of the Grand basin covers ab km 2 at water depths ranging from to m (Foster and Robinson, , Desilva, , Huppertz and Piper, , Lowe et al., ).Cited by:

    Call for Bids NL This report focuses on Call for Bids NL that includes one parcel with an area of , hectares (, acres) situated within the shallow waters offshore Western Newfoundland offshore. The Call for Bids NL parcel is located within a very active Paleozoic exploration area where a proven petroleum system exists. Canadian Unconventional Resources and International Petroleum Conference hed October, in Calgary Alberta, Canada [Society of Petroleum Engineers (Spe)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

    Grand Banks, more than tcf of natural gas has been discovered on the Grand Banks, but there Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, March , v. 59, p. Western Newfoundland Sedimentary Basins 72 Hogg, Enachescu et al., Abstract: New Insights into a Potential Major Petroleum Province off Banks Island, Canadian Arctic Passive Margin, from BeaufortSPAN™ 2-D Seismic Data; # () Author: Naresh Kumar, James Helwig, and Menno G. Dinkelman Created Date: 4/7/ PM.


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Petroleum Resources and Reservoirs of the Grand Banks, Eastern Canadian Margin by R. N. Hiscott Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: Eastern Canadian Margin book, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm. Contents: Regional considerations: application of petroleum system logic to Jeanne d'Arc Basin offshore Newfoundland / Neil R. DeSilva --Grand Bank seabed and shallow subsurface geology in relation to subsea engineering design / G.B.

Sonnichsen and E.L. King --Quarternary geology of. The Jeanne d'Arc Basin is an offshore sedimentary basin located about kilometres (~ miles) to the basin centre, east-southeast of St.

John's, Newfoundland and basin formed in response to the large scale plate tectonic forces that ripped apart the super-continent Pangea and also led to sea-floor spreading in the North Atlantic Ocean.

In book: Petroleum resources and reservoirs of the Grand Banks, eastern Canadian margin, Publisher: Geological Association of Canada. Cite this publication. Iain Kenneth Sinclair. The Mesozoic and Cenozoic sedimentary fill of the Carson basin on the eastern Grand Banks of Newfoundland has been penetrated by four wells.

Wielens et al. () indicate that the Salar and Carson basins are underlain by thicknesses of earliest Jurassic salt (Argo Formation), thicker on the on the western margins of the basins.

Quaternary geology of Flemish Pass and its application to geohazard evaluation for hydrocarbon development. in Petroleum Resources and Reservoirs of the Grand Banks, eastern Canadian margin, ed. R.N. Hiscott and A.

Pulham. Geological Association of Canada Special by: Petroleum Resources and Reservoirs of the Grand Banks, Eastern Canadian Margin 09/01/ Edited by R.N. Hiscott and A.J. Pulham ISBN: Quaternary geology of Flemish Pass and its application to geohazard evaluation for hydrocarbon development, in Petroleum Resources and Reservoirs of the Grand Banks, eastern Canadian margin, ed.

R.N. Hiscott and A. Pulham. Geological Association of Canada Special by: SearchWorks Catalog Paleozoic evolution and metallogeny of pericratonic terranes at the ancient Pacific margin of North America, Canadian and Alaskan Cordillera [] St.

John's, Nfld.: Geological Association of Canada, Petroleum resources and reservoirs of the Grand Banks, eastern Canadian margin [] St. John's, N.L. Hibernia Formation (Cretaceous) sequences and Breathitt Group (Pennsylvanian) analogue - Implications for reservoir compartmentalization and modelling, offshore Newfoundland, in: Hiscott, R.N.

and Pulham, A.J., (eds.), Petroleum Resources and reservoirs of the Grand Banks, Eastern Canadian margin. "Erosional and Depositional Features of Glacial Meltwater Discharges on the Eastern Canadian Continental Margin", Application of the Principles of Seismic Geomorphology to Continental Slope and Base-of-Slope Systems: Case Studies from SeaFloor and Near-Sea Floor Analogues, Bradford E.

Prather, Mark E. Deptuck, David Mohrig, Berend Van Hoorn. Seafloor geohazards in deep-water frontier petroleum exploration areas, specifically in Flemish Pass, but more broadly on the eastern Canadian margin.

Environmental response of the Labrador current over the past glacial cycle. Quaternary geological framework of the eastern Canadian margin.

The eastern margin of North America was formed during the breakup of Pangea ().The gradual evolution of this breakup, from the Triassic to the present, can be broken down into three broad stages, which suggest a three-fold subdivision of the margin: (1) a southern segment, extending from Florida and the Bahamas to the Newfoundland fracture zone, (2) the Grand Banks area off Newfoundland, and Cited by: 1.

Egret-Hibernia(!) is a well-explored petroleum system ( billion barrels oil equivalent [BOE]) located in the Jeanne d'Arc Basin on the Labrador - Newfoundland shelf. Rifting and sediment fill began in the Late Triassic.

Egret source rock was deposited in the Late Jurassic at about Ma. After this time, alternating reservoir rock and seal rock were deposited with some syndepositional. The petroleum geologist and engineer must have a working knowledge of petrophysics in order to find oil reservoirs, devise the best plan for getting it out of the ground, then start drilling.

Hibernia Formation (Cretaceous) sequences and Breathitt Group (Pennsylvanian) analogue – Implications for reservoir compartmentalization and modelling, offshore Newfoundland, in: Hiscott, R.N. and Pulham, A.J., (eds.), Petroleum Resources and reservoirs of.

Canada (East Coast) Grand Banks exploration basin Report summary The Grand Banks is a passive margin basin off the coast of Newfoundland and can be divided into three distinct sub-basins: the mature Jeanne d'Arc, and the frontier Flemish Pass and Orphan. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, vol, no.4, p Pe-Piper, G.

and Piper, D.J.W, The effects of strike-slip motion along the Cobequid-Chedabucto-southwest Grand Banks fault system on the Cretaceous-Tertiary evolution of Atlantic Canada.

Canadian Journal of. A mid-Cretaceous (Upper Barremian – Turonian) lithostratigraphic and biostratigraphic framework for the Hibernia Oilfield, Jeanne d’Arc Basin, Grand Banks of Newfoundland.

In: Hiscott, R. and Pulham, A. (Editors). Petroleum Resources and Reservoirs of the Grand Banks, Eastern Canadian Margin. Canada's early petroleum discoveries took place near population centres or along lines of penetration into the frontier.

The first oil play, for example, was in southern first western natural gas discovery occurred on a Canadian Pacific Railway site of the first discovery in the far north, the Norman Wells, Northwest Territories wildcat, was along the.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Reservoir characterization as a discipline grew out of the recognition that more oil and gas could be extracted from reservoirs if the geology of the reservoir was understood.

Prior to that awakening, reservoir development and production were the realm of the petroleum engineer. The petroliferous basins in the Tethyan realm contain % of the world total deep original 2P petroleum reserves, which is similar to the distribution of petroleum in shallow-intermediate reservoirs.

% of the total occur in reservoirs with burial depths of 15, ft (about 4, m) to 20, ft (about 6, m).The continental margin of Newfoundland and Labrador, encompassing a total area ofmi/sup 2/ (1, km/sup 2/) has been the target of exploratory activity since the early s.

Exploratory drilling began on the Grand Banks in and by a total of 40 dry wells had been drilled. In.Abstract. The East Coast and Arctic basins of Canada have been under serious hydrocarbon exploration for over 20 years. Although the density of drilling is low, extensive seismic control has outlined a high proportion of the structures in these basins and the stratigraphic framework of the basins is known.