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~G"'OLOG/CA/( :-...e:I I. f .". ' ' . ...•' •....... .. ._Il''c1;<m.) :: o . -< -\- ' . , - . . 1908 Oklahoma Geological Survey Charles J. Mankin, Director Circular 105 ISSN 0078-4397 Silurian, Devonian, and Mississippian Geology and Petroleum 5000' 1500m 10,000' 3000 in the Southern Midcontinent, 1999 Symposium KENNETH S. JOHNSON, Editor Hunton Pre-Silurian Rocks RESTORED SILURIAN-MISSISSIPPIAN STRATA I OUACHITA TROUGH Proceedings of a symposium held March 23-24, 1999, in Norman, Oklahoma. Co-sponsored by: Oklahoma Geological Survey and National Petroleum Technology Office, U.S. Department of Energy The University of Oklahoma Norman 2001
|Okla State Agency||Geological Survey, Oklahoma|
|Okla Agency Code||'GEO'|
|Title||Silurian, Devonian, and Mississippian geology and petroleum in the southern Midcontinent, 1999 symposium : proceedings of a symposium held March 23-24, 1999, in Norman, Oklahoma|
|Alternative title||Silurian, Devonian, and Mississippian symposium, 1999.|
Johnson, Kenneth Sutherland, 1934-
United States. National Petroleum Technology Office.
Oklahoma Geological Survey.
|Publisher||University of Oklahoma.|
Natural gas--Prospecting--Southwestern States--Congresses.
Geology, Economic--Southwestern States--Congresses.
|Purpose||Research reported upon at the symposium focused on the reservoirs, geologic events, and petroleum of rocks deposited during the Silurian, Devonian, and Mississippian Periods. Clastic and carbonate reservoirs of this age are major sources of oil and gas in the southern Midcontinent, and they have great potential for additional recovery using advanced technologies. The research reports on geology, depositional settings, diagenetic history, sequence stratigraphy, reservoir characterization, exploration, petroleum production, and enhanced oil recovery. In describing these petroleum reservoirs, the researcher have increased our understanding of how the geologic history of an area can affect reservoir heterogeneity and our ability to efficiently recover the hydrocarbons they contain. We hope that the symposium and these proceedings will bring such research to the attention of the geoscience and energy-research community, and will help foster exchange of information and increased research interest by industry, university, and government workers.|
|Notes||The symposium was held on March 23-24, 1999, in Norman, Oklahoma.|
|Series||Circular (Oklahoma Geological Survey) ; 105|
|OkDocs Class#||G500.7 C578 no.105|
|Digital Format||PDF, Adobe Reader required|
|ODL electronic copy||Downloaded from agency website: http://www.ogs.ou.edu/pubsscanned/Circulars/Circular105.pdf|
|Rights and Permissions||This Oklahoma state government publication is provided for educational purposes under U.S. copyright law. Other usage requires permission of copyright holders.|
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