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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 June 1979
AAPG Bulletin (1979) 63 (6): 886–904.
... of cores from Lone Pine field was made for Tenneco Oil Company during 1970 and 1971. Financial support for this study and permission to publish the results are gratefully acknowledged. Petrographic analyses were made by W. R. Moore and T. L. Burnett, Jr. © 1979 American Association of Petroleum...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 May 1974
AAPG Bulletin (1974) 58 (5): 906.
...Guy Burton; Robert Wellborn Abstract Lone Pine field, in the northwest part of North Park basin, Colorado, lies between the Park Range on the west and the Sheep Mountain-Delaney Butte thrust on the east. The oil field underlies a surface anticline mapped by Hale in 1965. Seismic work by a major oil...
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—Electric log of Dakota Formation, Santa Fe 6 well, <b>Lone</b> <b>Pine</b> <b>field</b>, showin...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 3 —Electric log of Dakota Formation, Santa Fe 6 well, Lone Pine field, showing stratigraphic position of “D” sandstone reservoir. Location of well (SF6) is shown on Figure 4 .
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Petrographic Summary for Dakota “D” Sandstones, <b>Lone</b> <b>Pine</b> <b>Field</b>
Published: 01 June 1979
Table 1. Petrographic Summary for Dakota “D” Sandstones, Lone Pine Field
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—Interpretation of deltaic facies in Dakota “D” sandstones, <b>Lone</b> <b>Pine</b> <b>field</b>...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 9 —Interpretation of deltaic facies in Dakota “D” sandstones, Lone Pine field. Wells projected into northwest-southwest section with no horizontal scale. Locations shown in Figure 4 .
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—Distribution of thicker fluvial-channel sandstones across <b>Lone</b> <b>Pine</b> <b>field</b>....
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 11 —Distribution of thicker fluvial-channel sandstones across Lone Pine field. Coarse dot pattern shows trends of net porous sandstone greater than 15 ft (4.6 m). Based on well-log interpretation by D. E. Pollard and presented with permission of INTERCOMP, Houston, Texas, from unpublished
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1969
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1969) 17 (1): 92–102.
...L. E. Workman; R. G. Metherell ABSTRACT The Crossfield East and Lone Pine gas fields obtain their gas from the Crossfield Member in the middle of the Stettler Formation of Upper Devonian age. Gas comes from porous dolomitized stromatoporoidal and algal bank rock and associated strata which lie west...
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—Permeabilities, porosities, and fluid saturations in selected cores, <b>Lone</b> ...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 10 —Permeabilities, porosities, and fluid saturations in selected cores, Lone Pine field. Bedding types designated by symbols explained in Figures 7 and 9 . Core depths are original and not corrected to logs.
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—Texture, composition, and borehole logs of Dakota “D” sandstones in Kagosa...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 7 —Texture, composition, and borehole logs of Dakota “D” sandstones in Kagosa 1 (upper) and Santa Fe 13 (lower) wells, Lone Pine field. Location of wells shown in Figure 4 . Location of wells shown in Figure 4 .
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—Distribution of gas, oil, and water in fluvial and delta-front facies of D...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 12 —Distribution of gas, oil, and water in fluvial and delta-front facies of Dakota “D” sandstone, Lone Pine field. Line of profile shown on Figure 11 ; equivalent structural position of Santa Fe 16 (SF16) well projected into profile.
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—Texture, composition, and borehole logs of Dakota “D” sandstones in Santa ...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 8 —Texture, composition, and borehole logs of Dakota “D” sandstones in Santa Fe 6 (upper) and Santa Fe 10 (lower) wells, Lone Pine field. Symbols indicating bedding types are explained in Figure 7 . Location of wells shown in Figure 4 .
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—Sedimentary structures in Dakota “D” sandstones, Santa Fe 10 core, <b>Lone</b> Pi...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 6 —Sedimentary structures in Dakota “D” sandstones, Santa Fe 10 core, Lone Pine field. A, Fine-grained, rippled sandstone; 2,722 ft (830 m). B, Black, silty shale; 2,724 ft (831 m). C, D, E, Coarsely bioturbated sandstone with large crustacean(?) burrows; 2,727 ft, 2,729 ft, and 2,732 ft
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—Sediment structures in Dakota “D” sandstones, Kagosa 1 (A-F) and Santa Fe ...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 5 —Sediment structures in Dakota “D” sandstones, Kagosa 1 (A-F) and Santa Fe 13 (G-L) cores, Lone Pine field. A, Medium-grained sandstone with vertical burrow; 2,715 ft (828 m). B, Cross-bedded sandstone, partly burrowed; 2,718 ft (829 m). C, Bioturbated sandstone; 2,722 ft (830 m). D, Cross
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Rock and Fluid Properties and Oil-Colum Reservoir, <b>Lone</b> PLumn Calculations ...
Published: 01 June 1979
Table 2. Rock and Fluid Properties and Oil-Colum Reservoir, Lone PLumn Calculations in Dakota “D” Sand: Pine Field stone
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 September 2006
Geology (2006) 34 (9): 725–728.
...) with predicted PDFs based on catchment hypsometries suggests that Inyo Creek is eroding uniformly, consistent with field observations of weathered hillslopes tightly coupled to the fluvial system. In contrast, significant mismatch between measured and predicted PDFs from Lone Pine Creek reveals that sediment...
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Location and tectonic setting of the Inyo Mountains showing major tectonic ...
Published: 16 December 2020
strands. Inset: map of the Inyo Mountains showing the Lone Pine Basin and Darwin Basin field areas with locations of measured sections and detrital zircon samples, the approximate extent of strands of the Last Chance thrust system (LCT) east and west of the field area, and the approximate location
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 February 1997
AAPG Bulletin (1997) 81 (2): 175–186.
...Scott L. Montgomery ABSTRACT Continued exploration in the Basin and Range of Nevada has resulted in a number of small field discoveries that confirm widespread oil generation and suggest potential in local prospect settings. One such setting, the Lone Tree prospect area, lies approximately 6.5 mi...
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—Structure map of San Juan basin, northwestern New Mexico, showing location...
Published: 01 June 1979
FIG. 1 —Structure map of San Juan basin, northwestern New Mexico, showing location of Basin Dakota gas field and Hospah-Lone Pine area. Structure of base of Greenhorn limestone marker. C.I. = 1,000 ft (305 m). From Peterson et al (1965, Fig. 4 , p. 2084).
Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1990
Environmental and Engineering Geoscience (1990) xxvii (3): 291–301.
... not, probably due to the smaller sampling base. Such results help explain the often abrupt changes in the free face/total scarp height ratios observed along fault scarps at the boundaries between differing soil types. Studies along the Lone Pine scarp (1872 – most recent offset) of central Owens Valley...
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