Leaves in turbidite sands:The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin,Indonesia:Reply

We are glad that Shanmugan has taken time to read and think about our recent article in the AAPG Bulletin. However, the discussion that he has written seems more oriented toward presenting his own sedimentologic ideas than debating whether leaves… Read moreLeaves in turbidite sands:The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin,Indonesia:Reply

Leaves in turbidite sands: The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin,Indonesia:Discussion

Sailer et al. (2006) have concluded that leaves in the upper Miocene turbidite sands were the main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin, East Kalimantan (Borneo), Indonesia. They have reported that oils from the Kutei Basin… Read moreLeaves in turbidite sands: The main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin,Indonesia:Discussion

Characterizing the shale gas resource potential of Devonian-Mississippian strata in the Western Canada sedimentary basin:Application of an integrated formation evaluation

Devonian-Mississippian strata in the northwestern region of the Western Canada sedimentary basin (WCSB) were investigated for shale gas potential. In the subsurface, thermally mature strata of the Besa River, Horn River, Muskwa, and Fort Simpson formations attain thicknesses of more… Read moreCharacterizing the shale gas resource potential of Devonian-Mississippian strata in the Western Canada sedimentary basin:Application of an integrated formation evaluation

Petroleum generation and migration in the Ghadames Basin, north Africa:A two-dimensional basin-modeling study

The Ghadames Basin contains important oil- and gas-producing reservoirs distributed across Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya. Regional two-dimensional (2-D) modeling, using data from more than 30 wells, has been undertaken to assess the timing and distribution of hydrocarbon generation in the… Read morePetroleum generation and migration in the Ghadames Basin, north Africa:A two-dimensional basin-modeling study

A new technology for the characterization of microfractured reservoirs

This article presents a test case of a new technology using artificially enhanced anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (referred to here as EAMS) for the characterization of microfractured reservoirs. These are reservoirs in which microfractures are essential to porosity and/or permeability…. Read moreA new technology for the characterization of microfractured reservoirs

Electronic Submission Guidelines For AAPG Bulletin

Authors are asked to submit new manuscripts online through Rapid Review (www.rapidreview.com), where they can track their manuscripts from submission through acceptance. Preparing computer files in one of the preferred computer applications increases the likelihood that graphics will be rendered… Read moreElectronic Submission Guidelines For AAPG Bulletin

Impacts of volumetric strain on CO2 sequestration in coals and enhanced CH4 recovery

Sequestration of CO2 into deep, unminable coal seams is an attractive option to reduce atmospheric emissions. However, coal seams commonly have low initial permeability, and CO2 adsorption causes the coal matrix to swell, which further reduces the permeability and may… Read moreImpacts of volumetric strain on CO2 sequestration in coals and enhanced CH4 recovery