Characterization of the natural fracture system of the Eagle Ford Formation (Val Verde County, Texas)
Practical and efficient three-dimensional structural restoration using an adaptation of the GeoChron model
Application of four-dimensional monitoring to understand reservoir heterogeneity controls on fluid flow during the development of a submarine channel system
Southern Gulf of Mexico Wilcox source to sink: Investigating and predicting Paleogene Wilcox reservoirs in eastern Mexico deep-water areas
Estimation of original kerogen type and hydrogen index using inorganic geochemical proxies: Implications for assessing shale gas potential in the Devonian Horn River Formation of western ...
ON COVER – The newly discovered highquality source rock from Cambrian Yuertusi Formation in the Aksu area, Tarim Basin, China. These rocks are black shales and typically have a total organic carbon content between 2% to 6%. The overlying Cambrian dolomites in association with a salt seal exhibit favorable geological conditions for large-scale hydrocarbon accumulation. A new set of deep exploration strata can, therefore, be developed, guiding future deep Cambrian hydrocarbon exploration in the Tarim Basin. See related article by Zhu et al., p. 2123, this issue of the Bulletin.
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