Petroleum geology of the south introduction to reservoir engineering pdf England. Version: 8th April February 2017. Bibliography of Petroleum Geology of the South of England.
FOR THE ROMSEY, HOE No. The Romsey Borehole, Hoe No. 1 – click here some details. The diagram above is intended to be introductory for the benefit of those not familiar with the local stratigraphy.
It is very simplified and not accurately to scale. However, it shows the general positions of the important stratigraphical units. More detail is provided in other associated webpages with regard to details of parts of the stratigraphical column. Further information will also be given below, in due course.
Burial Diagenesis and Heating at Depth in the Wessex and Weald Basins – a simplified diagram. Fermentation Zone – no more sulphide, now the strata ferment like beer, producing gas. Decarboxylation Zone – no more fermentation as the strata heat up. The oil can be released from the oil-shales by fracking and can then flow to the oil well. That is the simplified explanation and here is a simplified diagram to show this. It can all happen in southern England. This fibrous calcite has been formed the nodules and probably in the lower part of the Decarboxylation Zone.