A Concise Guide to Geopressure

Origin, Prediction, and Applications

A concise guide to the origins and prediction of subsurface fluid pressures, emphasizing the interactions with geological processes. Les mer
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A concise guide to the origins and prediction of subsurface fluid pressures, emphasizing the interactions with geological processes.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction; 2. Reservoir pore pressure; 3. Mudrock material behavior; 4. The origins of geopressure; 5. Pore pressure prediction in mudrocks; 6. Pore pressure prediction: unloading, diagenesis, and non-uniaxial strain; 7. Pressure and stress from seismic velocity; 8. Overburden stress, least principal stress, and fracture initiation pressure; 9. Trap integrity; 10. Flow focusing and centroid prediction; 11. Flow focusing, fluid expulsion, and the protected trap; References; Index.

Om forfatteren

Peter B. Flemings is a professor and holds the Barrows Centennial Chair with the Jackson School of Geosciences at The University of Texas, Austin. He leads 'UT GeoFluids', a long-running industry-sponsored effort dedicated to developing new concepts and approaches to predict pressure and stress in the subsurface. He served on the US Department of Energy's well integrity team during the Deepwater Horizon blowout, he is a Geological Society of America Fellow, and he was a distinguished lecturer for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the International Ocean Drilling Program. He has served as Chief Scientist on numerous scientific drilling expeditions.