DGGS RI 2007-2
Title:Petrographic study of 50 samples from the Tertiary sandstone of Cook Inlet, Alaska: potential tight gas reservoirs
Authors:Hickey, J.J., Wilson, M.D., and Reifenstuhl, R.R.
Publication Date:May 2007
Publisher:Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
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Quadrangle(s):Iliamna; Kenai; Seldovia
Keyword(s):Alteration Products; Analytical Results; Barite; Bedrock; Beluga Basin; Beluga Formation; Calcite; Calcium Carbonate; Cement; Cenozoic; Chert; Clastics; Clay; Cook Inlet; Cook Inlet Basin; Cretaceous; Depositional Environment; Diagenesis; Dolomite; Early Pliocene; Energy Resources; Eocene; Fluvial; Formations; Gas Basins; Geology; High Pressure Mercury Injection Capillary Pressure; Kenai Group; Late Miocene; Late Oligocene; Late Pliocene; Mercury Injection Capillary Pressure Analysis; Metasedimentary Rocks; Mica; Modal Analysis; Mudstone; Muscovite; Nonmarine; Non-Metals; Oil and Gas; Oligocene; Organic Material; Petrography; Petroleum; Petroleum Basin Study; Pliocene; Provenance; Pyrite; Quartz; Reservoir; Reservoir Evaluation; Reservoir Model; Sample Location Map; Sandstone; Sedimentary Rocks; Size Analysis; Sterling Formation; Stratigraphy; Subsurface; Surficial; Thermal Maturity; Thin Section; Tyonek Formation; Volcaniclastics; Zeolites
Hickey, J.J., Wilson, M.D., and Reifenstuhl, R.R., 2007, Petrographic study of 50 samples from the Tertiary sandstone of Cook Inlet, Alaska: potential tight gas reservoirs: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Report of Investigation 2007-2, 64 p. http://doi.org/10.14509/15774
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