SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHIC EVALUATION AND PRODUCTION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EOCENE MIRADOR FORMATION, CUSIANA FIELD, EASTERN COLOMBIA
Published:December 01, 1997
ANDREW J. PULHAM, ALAN MITCHELL, DAVID MACDONALD, COLIN DALY, 1997. "SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHIC EVALUATION AND PRODUCTION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EOCENE MIRADOR FORMATION, CUSIANA FIELD, EASTERN COLOMBIA", Shallow Marine and Nonmarine Reservoirs: Sequence Stratigraphy, Reservoir Architecture and Production Characteristics, Keith W. Shanley, Bob F. Perkins
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The Cusiana Field (BP, Ecopetrol, Total and Triton) comprises relatively sand-rich reservoirs that range from late Cretaceous, passive margin deltaic to early Tertiary, early foreland basin estuarine-fluvial. The key reservoir is the Eocene Mirador Formation which comprises 60% or more of reserves. Currently (December 1996) the Mirador reservoir is providing nearly all of the 180,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) of production from the Cusiana Field. During 1997 production is expected to rise to in excess of 300,000 bopd. The majority of this increased rate will be derived from additional Mirador producing wells. Due to the current importance...