Technological advances are rewriting what experts thought they knew about Permian Basin oil fields. None more so than work now being done on residual oil zones, experts say. Read more: Technology indicates Permian may have triple the oil believed in place – MRT.com: Oil & Gas http://www.mrt.com/business/oil/article_3da8fdae-8250-11e4-9fa8-3f1ac6ad1af9.html#ixzz41IV28aWb Under Creative Commons License: Attribution
Read more: Significant San Andres play emerging amid ROZ fairways – MRT.com: Oil & Gas http://www.mrt.com/business/oil/article_78b6c13a-16a5-11e5-b0c9-833e5c575a0b.html#ixzz41IO53wq2Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Research in the massive living laboratory that is the Permian Basin has unlocked unexpected sources of crude oil and natural gas for decades.
Studies sponsored by the Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE) have opened the door to a whole new set of opportunities for commercial development of residual oil zones (ROZs) throughout the world. The historical understanding of the zones beneath the oil/water contacts in reservoirs had been […]
San Andres Formation Residual Oil Zones and Their Relationship to the Horizontal Carbonate Play on the Northern Shelf
SAN ANDRES FORMATION RESIDUAL OIL ZONES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE HORIZONTAL CARBONATE PLAY ON THE NORTHERN SHELF L. Stephen Melzer, Melter ConsultingSIPES # 1081and Dr. Robert Trentham, UTPBand with invaluable contributions fromDavid Vance, ArcadisApril 20, 2016 Download the PDF here