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Diagenesis and burial history of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak formation, East Texas

S. P. Dutton

Diagenesis and burial history of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak formation, East Texas

by S. P. Dutton

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Published by Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas.
    • Subjects:
    • Sandstone -- Texas.,
    • Diagenesis -- Texas.,
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- Texas.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cretaceous.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementShirley P. Dutton.
      SeriesReport of investigations ;, no. 164, Report of investigations (University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology) ;, no. 164.
      ContributionsGas Research Institute., University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE167 .T42 no. 164
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 58 p. :
      Number of Pages58
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2153653M
      LC Control Number88623607
      OCLC/WorldCa17350969

      Tornillo Group/Javelina Formation: Cretaceous: Travis Peak Formation: Cretaceous: Trinity Formation: Cretaceous: Trinity Group/Antlers Formation: Cretaceous: Trinity Group/Bluff Mesa Formation: Cretaceous: Trinity Group/Cuchillo Formation: Cretaceous: Trinity Group/Glen Rose Formation: Cretaceous: Trinity Group/Glen Rose Group/Paluxy Formation Federal district: Washington, D.C. The Travis Peak at Chapel Hill is a quartzarenite to subarkose with abundant quartz overgrowths (15 to 20%), and minor ankerite and dolomite (The Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak in the eastern East Texas basin consists of regressive fluvial-deltaic facies overlain by marginal-marine delta fringe facies.

      @article{osti_, title = {Depositional systems and diagenesis of Travis Peak tight gas sandstone reservoirs, Sabine Uplift Area, Texas}, author = {Fracasso, M A and Dutton, S P and Finley, R J}, abstractNote = {The Travis Peak formation (lower Cretaceous) in the eastern East Texas basin is a fluvio-deltaic depositional system divided into large-scale facies packages: a . The Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation contains an estimated trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of gas in place in East Texas and North Louisiana. Advanced technology will be needed to maximize recovery from this low-permeability ("tight") gas : $

      LAGOE, M. B. Buehring, Robert Lawrence, , Paleoenvironments, Sedimentary Sequences, and Structural History of the Upper Miocene and Pliocene Etchegoin and San Joaquin Formations, Southwest Margin San Joaquin Basin, California.(Lagoe, M. B.). Degree: MA Call Number: Thesis B Cervantes, Michael Arthur, , Foraminiferal Biofacies of . Fine-grained quartzarenite and subarkose in the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation have been extensively modified during burial diagenesis. Permeability in much of this gas-bearing formation has been reduced to less than md as a result of compaction, extensive precipitation of authigenic minerals, and minor pressure solution.


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Diagenesis and burial history of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak formation, East Texas by S. P. Dutton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Diagenesis and burial history of the lower cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East TexasCited by: RI Diagenesis and Burial History of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas. Part Number RIPrice: $ Diagenesis and Burial History of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas Abstract Sandstone in the Travis Peak (Hosston) Formation has been extensively modified by burial diagenesis.

Diagenesis and burial history of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak formation, East Texas. Austin, Tex.: Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, (OCoLC)   Diagenesis and burial history of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak formation, East TexasBureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at.

The Travis Peak Formation in east Texas is approximately m thick. Depth to the top of the formation ranges from 1, to 2, m now, but maximum burial depth was probably m deeper during the Eocene.

The Travis Peak Formation in east Texas is approximately m thick. Depth to the top of the formation ranges from to m now, but maximum burial depth was probably m deeper during.

Close mobile search navigation. Article navigation. Vol Number 2Cited by: [Show full abstract] mm) quartz cements observed in sandstones of the Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation in the East Texas basin show clear growth-zoning by cathodoluminescence and contain detailed.

Subsurface fractures were sampled with more than m of core from the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, a tabular sandstone and shale unit approximately m thick that was deposited in the gradually subsiding Gulf Coast basin. Depth to the top of the formation in East Texas now ranges between and by: Fracture-bridging (−1 mm) quartz cements observed in sandstones of the Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation in the East Texas basin show clear growth-zoning by cathodoluminescence and contain detailed fluid inclusion records of temperature that make them excellent candidates for interrogating prolonged histories of basin temperature and the.

Geological Sciences Theses and Dissertations Author Index. Sedimentary History and Diagenesis of the Pictured Cliffs Sandstone, San Juan Basin, New Mexico and Colorado. (McBride, E. F.).Diagenesis and Burial History of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas. (Land, L.

S.). Degree: PhD. The Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation in East Texas (the Hosston Formation of North Louisiana) forms part of a terrigenous clastic blanket to 2, ft ( to m) thick that produces gas from Texas to Mississippi (figs.

1, 2). Geology of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas - Depositional History, Diagenesis, Structure, and Reservoir Engineering Implications The studies were aimed at understanding the distribution of gas-bearing, low-permeability sandstones within the formation, and determining the geologic parameters which influence reservoir behavior.

Dutton, S. P.,Diagenesis and burial history of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas: controls on permeability in a tight gas sandstone: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, topical report prepared for the Gas Research Institute, under contract no.

p. Dutton () suggested that the most likely sources for hydrocarbons in Travis Peak reservoirs in east Texas are (1) prodelta and basinal marine shales of the Upper Jurassic Bossier Shale of the Cotton Valley Group and (2) laminated, lime mudstones of the lower member of the Juras- sic Smackover Formation (fig.

2).Author: T.S. Dyman, S.M. Condon. A thick sequence of predominantly shallow-water Mesozoic and Cenozoic sedimentary rocks, including the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, was deposited in East Texas during this thermal subsidence phase of basin evolution.

The Travis Peak Formation extends in the subsurface across East Texas, North Louisiana and southern by: Evaluation of Travis Peak Gas Reservoirs, West Margin of the East Texas Basin. (May ) Yamin Li, B.S., University of Petroleum (China) Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr.

Walter B. Ayers, Jr. Gas production from low-permeability (tight) gas sandstones is increasingly important in. The natural fracture imaged in this study was sampled from the Ashland SFOT No.

1 well at a measured depth of 10, ft ( m) in the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation of East Texas.

The Travis Peak Formation comprises of fine‐grained to very fine‐grained sandstone, silty sandstone, muddy sandstone, and sandy mudstone [Dutton et al Cited by: The primary porosity of the Ordovician carbonate rocks from the Halahatang area has been almost totally occluded during burial diagenesis In the deep and long burial history, A 48 m.y.

history of fracture opening, temperature, and fluid pressure: Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas Basin. GSA Bull.– Cited by: 1. The downdip limit of the Travis Peak Formation has not been delineated by drilling to date. Travis Peak strata crop out in portions of Brown, Mills, McCulloch, San Saba, and Lampasas Counties in east-central Texas (Hartman and Scranton, ).

Across the hydrocarbon-productive trend of the Travis Peak Forma­ tion ( Size: 1MB.Cementation and burial history of a low permeability quartzarenite, Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas. Geological Society of America Bulletin. Dutton, S. P.,Diagenesis and burial history of the Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No.58 p.

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