Geological and operational summary, St. George Basin COST no. 1 well, Bering Sea, Alaska
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Published by U.S. Dept. of Interior, Minerals Management Service in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Petroleum -- Geology -- Bering Sea,
  • Petroleum -- Geology -- Alaska,
  • Petroleum in submerged lands -- Bering Sea,
  • Borings -- Bering Sea

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesGeological and operational summary, Saint George Basin COST no. 1 well, Bering Sea, Alaska, Saint George Basin COST no. 1 well, Bering Sea, Alaska
StatementRonald F. Turner (editor) ... [et al.]
SeriesOCS report
ContributionsTurner, Ronald F, United States. Minerals Management Service
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 105, 4 p. :
Number of Pages105
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14278409M

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BibTeX @MISC{(editor84geologicaland, author = {Ronal D F. Turner (editor and Colleen M. Mccarthy and C. Drew Comer and John A. Larson and J. G. Bolm and Arthur C. Banet and Allen J. Adams}, title = {Geological and Operational Summary ST. GEORGE BASIN COST NO. 1 WELL United StatGEOLOGICAL AND OPERATIONAL SUMMARY}, year = {}}. @article{osti_, title = {Geological and operational summary, Navarin Basin cost number 1 well, Bering Sea, Alaska. Final report}, author = {Turner, R.F. and McCarthy, C.M. and Steffy, D.A. and Lynch, M.B. and Martin, G.C.}, abstractNote = {The report discusses the first continental offshore stratigraphic test (COST) well drilled in the Navarin Basin. Geological and operational summary, Navarin Basin COST no. 1 well, Bering Sea, Alaska: US Department of the Interior Minerals Management Service Rpt. MMS Geological Studies of the COST No. GE-1 Well, United States South-Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf area By Peter A. Scholle, Editor ABSTRACT The COST No. GE-1 well is the first deep stratigraphic test to be drilled in the southern part of the U.S. Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (AOCS) area. The well Cited by:

Geological and Operational Summary St. George Basin COST No. 2 We1 1 Bering Sea, Alaska Ronal d F. Turner, Editor INTRODUCTION Ti tl e 30, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), paragraph stipulates that geological data and processed geological information obtained from Deep. The Aleutian Island Arc forms part of the northern boundary of the Pacific Ocean, stretching from the Alaska Peninsula in the east to the Kamchatka Peninsula in the west (Fig. 1). The islands of the Cited by: 7. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Geological and operational summary, St. George Basin COST no. 2 well, Bering Sea, Alaska. [Anchorage, Alaska]: U.S. Dept. The hydrocarbon potential of the St. George Basin, Alaska was evaluated using both one and two dimensional basin models. While the St. George Basin was probably cooler in the past, sensitivity of the results to uncertainties in lithology, depth to basement, depth to formation tops, and paleowater depth, suggests that a range of heatflow histories is the appropriate way to model the hydrocarbon Cited by: 1.

Geophysical and geochemi i evi P ce for subsurface hydrocarbon I age in the ing Sea, Alaska Michael A. Abrams Exxon Exploration Company, PO Box , Houston, TX , USA Received 11 January ; revised 13June ; accepted2OJuly Geophysical and geochemical surveys were conducted on the Bering Sea shelf to investigate whether hydrocarbons found in the surficial Cited by: The Continental Offshore Stratigraphic Test (COST) No. G-2 well is the second deep well to be drilled in the Georges Bank Basin and the third in a series of COST wells on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). The G-2 was drilled by Ocean Production Company, acting as the operator for 19 participating companies between January 6 and Aug Geohistory, thermal history and hydrocarbon generation history of Navarin Basin COST No. 1 Well, Bering Sea, Alaska Article in Journal of Petroleum Geology 12(3) - December with No action is necessary in this well. Section 21 Gill Ranch S. E. No. , Sec. 21, T 13S, R 16E This is an abandoned well which penetrated both 1st and 2nd Starkey formations. /2” casing was set and cemented over the 1st Starkey. 2nd Starkey is 7’ above G/W contact and has not been abandon properly for storage operations. The well.