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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 1993
AAPG Bulletin (1993) 77 (1): 29–48.
...A. Banerjee; K. L. N. Rao ABSTRACT In Broach-Jambusar and Ahmedabad-Mehsana blocks of Cambay basin, India, the hydrocarbon generated (HCG) and hydrocarbon expelled (HCE) per unit area of four Paleogene formations were computed at 38 locations to select the best targets and thus reduce exploration...
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—R o  vs. depth plot for the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>. Data from four Paleog...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 4 —R o vs. depth plot for the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Data from four Paleogene and one Neogene units are plotted. A least-squares best-fit line for the data is shown. Depths of R o = 0.5% and 2.0% are defined at 1592 and 3470 m, respectively.
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—Fractional generation (f) curve for the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>. Given an ...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 6 —Fractional generation (f) curve for the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Given an R o value, the fraction of original generative capacity converted can be estimated. The curve was constructed using Baird’s (1986) approach. The average geothermal gradient of 4.0°C/100 m used for computation
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—HI vs. T max  diagrams for selected wells of the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>, ...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 21 —HI vs. T max diagrams for selected wells of the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block, Cambay basin. The inset map shows location of the studied wells.
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—HCO and R o  of the Kalol Formation in the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>. Values...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 22 —HCO and R o of the Kalol Formation in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Values at well locations represent HCO (in million MT hydrocarbon/km 2 ) and (within parentheses) R o (in percent).
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—HCO and R o  of the Cambay Shale Formation in the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>....
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 23 —HCO and R o of the Cambay Shale Formation in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Values at well locations represent HCO (in million MT hydrocarbon/km 2 ) and (within parentheses) R o (in percent).
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—HCO and R o  of the Olpad Formation in the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>. Values...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 24 —HCO and R o of the Olpad Formation in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Values at well locations represent HCO (in million MT hydrocarbon/km 2 ) and (within parentheses) R o (in percent).
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—HCG and HCE in the Kalol Formation in the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>. Values ...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 25 —HCG and HCE in the Kalol Formation in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Values at well locations represent HCG and HCE (within parentheses) in units of million MT hydrocarbon/km 2 . Only negative values of HCE have been contoured to delineate areas of hydrocarbon accumulation
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—HCG and HCE in the Cambay Shale Formation in the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>. ...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 26 —HCG and HCE in the Cambay Shale Formation in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Values at well locations represent HCG and HCE (within parentheses) in units of million MT hydrocarbon/km 2 . Only negative values of HCE have been contoured to delineate areas of hydrocarbon accumulation
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—HCG and HCE in the Olpad Formation in the <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>. Values ...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 27 —HCG and HCE in the Olpad Formation in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Values at well locations represent HCG and HCE (within parentheses) in units of million MT hydrocarbon/km 2 . Negative HCE values are not contoured because of insufficient Rock-Eval data.
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Location map of Cambay basin.  I , <b>Ahmedabad</b>-<b>Mehsana</b> <b>block</b>;  II , Tarapore ...
Published: 01 May 1975
Fig. 1. Location map of Cambay basin. I , Ahmedabad-Mehsana block; II , Tarapore block; III , Broach block; IV , Narbada block.
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 May 1975
AAPG Bulletin (1975) 59 (5): 856–871.
...Fig. 1. Location map of Cambay basin. I , Ahmedabad-Mehsana block; II , Tarapore block; III , Broach block; IV , Narbada block. ...
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—The Cambay basin, India. The study areas of the Broach-Jambusar and Ahmeda...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 1 —The Cambay basin, India. The study areas of the Broach-Jambusar and Ahmedabad-Mehsana blocks are shown. The source rock profiles in wells across indicated southwest-northeast and northwest-southeast sections in the Broach-Jambusar block and the south-north section in the Ahmedabad
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—Isopach of middle Eocene Kadi-<b>Mehsana</b> sandstone and hydrocarbon generated ...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 30 —Isopach of middle Eocene Kadi-Mehsana sandstone and hydrocarbon generated in the Paleogene column in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Major discovered oil and gas fields are in the hachured areas. The Sobhasan, Kalol (partly), and Jotana reservoirs are in Kadi (Mehsana and Mandhali
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—Remaining generation potential (S 2 ) and hydrogen index (HI) profiles in ...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 20 —Remaining generation potential (S 2 ) and hydrogen index (HI) profiles in Ahmedabad-Mehsana block wells on a south-north section (located on Figure 1 ). See text for discussion of source rock sections a-g.
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—Isopachs of late to middle Eocene Kalol-Sertha sandstone and hydrocarbon g...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 28 —Isopachs of late to middle Eocene Kalol-Sertha sandstone and hydrocarbon generated in the Paleogene column in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Major discovered oil and gas fields are in the hachured areas. The Jhalora/Sanand, Kalol (partly), N-Kadi, and Santhal-Balol-Lanwa reservoirs
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—Isopach of late to middle Eocene Kalol-Wavel sandstone and hydrocarbon gen...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 29 —Isopach of late to middle Eocene Kalol-Wavel sandstone and hydrocarbon generated in the Paleogene column in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Major discovered oil and gas fields are in the hachured areas. The Jhalora/Sanand, N. Kadi, Kalol (partly), and Santhal-Balol-Lanwa reservoirs
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—Isopach of middle Eocene Kadi-Mandhali sandstone and hydrocarbon generated...
Published: 01 January 1993
Figure 31 —Isopach of middle Eocene Kadi-Mandhali sandstone and hydrocarbon generated in the Paleogene column in the Ahmedabad-Mehsana block. Major discovered oil and gas fields are in the hachured areas. The Sobhasan, Kalol (partly), and Jotana reservoirs are in Kadi (Mehsana and Mandhali
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 September 1976
AAPG Bulletin (1976) 60 (9): 1550–1562.
... , Crude-oil correlations and their role in exploration : AAPG Bull. , v. 51 , p. 1255 – 1292 . Bhattacharya , S. N. , R. K. Kumar , M. L. Dixit , and G. K. Matta , 1973 , Correlation index characteristics of oils from Ahmedabad Mehsana blocks of Cambay basin : Dehra Dun...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 15 August 2020
AAPG Bulletin (2020) 104 (8): 1707–1749.
...-south–trending normal faults and east-west–trending transverse faults compartmentalized the basin into five tectonic blocks, namely (from north to south) the Patan–Sanchor, AhmedabadMehsana, Tarapur, Broach, and Narmada blocks ( Figure 2 ) ( Raju, 1968 ; Chowdhary, 2004 ). The Cambay Basin...
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