Tuscaloosa trend of South Louisiana

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Published by New Orleans Geological Society in New Orleans, La .

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  • Natural gas -- Louisiana.,
  • Natural gas -- Geology -- Louisiana.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 80-81.

Book details

Statement[Dan B. Steward, editor & committee chairman].
ContributionsSteward, Dan B., New Orleans Geological Society.
LC ClassificationsTN881.L8 T87 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 190 p. :
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3094968M
LC Control Number82198800

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The Tuscaloosa Trend; A Comprehensive History of the Search for Hydrocarbons in South Louisiana's deep Cretaceous Sediments [Petroleum Information Corporation] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. COVID Resources.

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The Tuscaloosa trend: a comprehensive history of the search for hydrocarbons in south Louisiana's deep Cretaceous sediments. Author: Petroleum Information Corporation. The Tuscaloosa trend of south-central Louisiana is one of the most active and highly potential deep gas plays in the United States today.

The trend covers a band mi long and 30 mi Size: KB. The Tuscaloosa trend of south-central Louisiana is one of the most active and highly potential deep gas plays in the US today.

The trend covers a band miles long and 30 miles wide. It extends from the Louisiana-Mississippi border, northwesterly through Lake Pontchartrain to Baton Rouge, and continues westerly through Vernon and Beauregard Parishes to the.

NOGS Tuscaloosa Trend of South Louisiana. Steward, editor. 19 fields and other articles, N $Price: $ Tuscaloosa Trend of South Louisiana (September ) Pages The Deep Tuscaloosa Gas Trend of South Louisiana L. Funkhouser, F. Bland, C. Humphris, Jr. The Deep Tuscaloosa Gas Trend of Southern Louisiana.

The discovery in May,of the deep, high pressured gas reservoirs in the Chevron No. 1 Alma Plantation well, located just northwest of Baton Rouge in south-central Louisiana, has sparked the most intensely competitive exploration play in the country Size: 1MB.

In South Louisiana the formations are younger (Tertiary in age) and the reservoirs are predominantly clastic in nature. Regarding the second point, the northern reservoirs produce oil and abundant gas with large areas producing free gas (e.g.

Monroe Gas Field). In south Louisiana the reservoirs tend to be more oil prone. This region of the play in Louisiana illustrates much lower resistivities than seen in the prolific trend of Texas and the LA-EAST in Louisiana.

One reason for that could be higher water saturations in the chalk reservoir. The field historically produced barrels of water to every barrel of oil. That's an extremely high water ratio. The Deep Tuscaloosa Gas Trend was discovered in May by the Chevron No. 1 Alma Plantation, drilled in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana.

Lower Tuscaloosa perforations at 19, to 19, feet flowed 20 MMCF of high-pressure gas and 80 barrels of condensate per day.

In the eastern part of the Louisiana Austin Chalk Play, the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) occurs below the Austin Chalk providing a "stacked" target opportunity. This same stack occurs in South Texas with the Austin Chalk and Eagle Ford Shale (same geological age as the TMS).

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lowers: 17K. This episode of the series “Louisiana: The State We’re In” from Augfeatures a special report on the Tuscaloosa Trend, a geological trend spanning over 4, square miles from Lake Charles to the Rigolets Pass at Lake Pontchartrain with an estimated 4 to 6 trillion cubic feet in oil and gas reserves.

In the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale, where the company has aboutnet acres straddling the Mississippi and Louisiana border, Encana currently has three wells on production.

The Board of Education 01H was a well drilled by a previous operator and completed by Encana. THE LOWER TUSCALOOSA FORMATION.

ONE OF THE MOST PROLIFIC (AND SENSITIVE) RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST. For a Special Report on the Middle Tuscaloosa Marine Shale, also known as the "TMS", please click Tuscaloosa Formation outcrops in the northwest area of Alabama, thus deriving its name from the city of Tuscaloosa (itself named.

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The 40th Anniversary of South Louisiana's Lower Tuscaloosa Trend—Recollections and Early Media Coverage. Jeff A. Spencer. Piney Creek Rd., Bellville, Texas Septem Tuesday P.M. GCAGS, Houston, Texas. Abstract. Since the first gas discovery inproven plus potential reserves in the deep Tuscaloosa trend of south Louisiana have reached about 5 trillion CF.

The trend covers a band approximately 30 miles wide and miles in length from the Texas state line on the west and extending past Lake Pontchartrain on the east.

The Cretaceous trend in the eastern Mississippi Canyon area is an emerging play based on control in recent Jurassic Norphlet targeted wells (e.g., Albian Washita/Fredericksburg hydrocarbon shows in MCAppomattox) and wells in the southwest central Gulf of Mexico, such as Tiber (KC 57) and Spartacus (WR ), which have found Tuscaloosa.

The Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) is a sedimentary rock formation that consist of organic-rich fine-grained materials (sediments) deposited in a marine environment that existed across the Gulf Coast region approximately 90 million years ago.

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Abstract. Meander belts represent the first genetic sequences that were understood by geologists. Research on modern point bars in the Brazos River of South Texas in the period to led to the formulation of a facies model that was directly applicable to subsurface exploration (Bernard and Major, ).Cited by:   Louisiana’s Lower Tuscaloosa Trend 40+ years later On15 miles northwest of Baton Rouge, the Chevron No.

1 Alma Plantation well was completed as the discovery well for the False River Field. Tuscaloosa is a historic Alabama town with an eye on the future. Home to the renowned University of Alabama, a revitalized Downtown on the banks of the Black Warrior River and more woods, water, food and fun than you’ll know what to do with, come see what Tuscaloosa is up to these days.

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A Portion of South Louisiana's Tuscaloosa Trend ( bytes) Amoco Production Co. has begun a redevelopment program in the upper Cretaceous Tuscaloosa gas/condensate trend that could spread to. The consensus among many geologists is the deep, high pressure Marine shale has sourced the amazingly productive sands in the Tuscaloosa Trend.

In west-central Louisiana, the target shale in this new play is referred to as the Louisiana Eagle Ford by some industry folks, who note that it is similar in age and lithology to the highly productive. Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) Atour focus is info for mineral rights and royalty rights owners.

The Tuscaloosa Marine shale is an oil and gas "play" in Louisiana and Mississippi that is enjoying renewed interest. Over the 20 year period prio to, say,some drilling occurred but it did not prove to be anything. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

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Reference: Smith, G.W.,Geology of the deep Tuscaloosa (Upper Cretaceous) gas trend in Louisiana: Gulf Coast Section of the Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Foundation Fourth Annual Research Conference Proceedings, June Reference: Smith, G.W., Sedimentology and reservoir quality of the “19, foot” sandstone.

LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. Tuscaloosa Marine Shale. Louisiana Activity Update. Ma West Feliciana Parish. James H. Welsh. Commissioner of Conservation. David P. Elfert. Office of Conservation.

And. Louis Temento. Louisiana Office of Mineral Resources. Susan Turnipseed, of The Woodlands, has turned her life experiences with oil into a book released this month "Tuscaloosa Trend" a fiction novel set in Southern Louisiana.

Tuscaloosa drilling dates to the s and earlier. But the play's wells, boring down ab feet and then drilling horizontally, are costly.

"The main, added expense for these wells over most others drilled in South Louisiana is their long horizontal laterals," Patrick Courreges, Louisiana Dept. of Natural Resources spokesman, said last Author: Susan Buchanan.

The company has 23 years of experience across the Tuscaloosa Trend and has evaluated more than wells in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale across Louisiana and Mississippi.

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