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Carbonate Sedimentary and Reservoir Systems - XX Congress of the Carpathian Balkan Geological Association / Tirana

Carbonate Sedimentary and Reservoir Systems - XX Congress of the Carpathian Balkan Geological Association / Tirana
Date : 26/09/2014
Date de fin : 29/09/2014
Heure : 00:00 à 00:00
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Carbonate Sedimentary and Reservoir Systems - XX Congress of the Carpathian Balkan Geological Association / Tirana

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Workshop "Carbonate Sedimentary and Reservoir Systems"

26 septembre 2014 – Tirana, Albanie

dans le cadre du 20e congrès de la Carpathian Balkan Geological Association du 24 au 26 septembre 2014, Tirana, Albanie.

pdf  WORKSHOP Carbonate Sedimentary and Reservoir Systems (2.98 MB)

"Carbonate reservoir systems are key targets relatively to exploration (hydrocarbons, deep aquifer) and storage domains (CO2, radioactive wastes). In order to have a good knowledge about the factors governing their significant heterogeneities, it is necessary to characterize their properties at different scales (system geometry, diagenesis, physical properties) and in 3D dimension.
This characterization is generally done by the integration of data provided by different subsurface analytical tools which are often in line with the latest technological developments: seismic imaging, well-log acquisition and interpretation, petrophysical analysis... It is necessary for the development of static and dynamic reservoir models.
The aim of this session is to present the new tools and advances made to face the challenge of carbonate reservoir characterization in sedimentary system which is essential to different fields of activity: oil & gas, geothermal power, CO2 and other gas storage, radioactive waste storage, etc...
Additionally, this workshop will address the research carried out in relation with carbonate platform and basin systems, with a multidisciplinary approach: the platform – basin transition, the recording of the sedimentary hiatuses using geochemical and diagenetical criteria, the modeling of the water / rock interaction processes, the geochemical alteration processes, the geochemical signature and isotopes of carbonates, the role of microorganisms in the diagenesis, diagenetic and geochemical processes and their impact on reservoir properties, etc."

 

Excursion géologique "Sedimentary Carbonate and Reservoir System in Albania"

27 – 29 septembre 2014 – Tirana, Albanie

dans le cadre du 20e congrès de la Carpathian Balkan Geological Association, Tirana, Albanie.

pdf  Field-trip: Sedimentary Carbonate and Reservoir System in Albania (4.25 MB)
pdf  Pre-inscriptions - Field trips: Sedimentary Carbonate and Reservoir System in Albania (584.61 KB)

"The field-trip aims to visit magnificent outcrops of Upper Cretaceous-Paleocene sedimentary carbonate and reservoir system in Albania (architecture, facies, diagenesis, heterogeneity etc…) as outcrop reservoir analogue (Fig. 1). Prograding Upper Cretaceous carbonate platforms from the Kruja Zone in the east, and from the Sazani Zone in the west, contributed as a distal source for the thick carbonate turbidites deposited in the Ionian Basin during the Late Cretaceous and Paleocene (Fig. 2A, B, C). These turbidites, which reworked platform carbonate material are interbedded within finer grained pelagic carbonates, and constitute the main hydrocarbon reservoirs onshore Albania, but also offshore in the Italian part of the Adriatic Sea.
The tectonic map of Albania (Fig. 2C) is complex and shows a general NNW–SSE trending succession of thrusts limiting W-verging tectonic nappes (Fig. 2D). This nappe stacking constitutes the Albanides belt formed during the Tertiary Alpine orogeny. In the southwestern part of Albania, the Krasta–Cukali, the Kruja, and the Ionian tectonic zones correspond to the external Albanides. The Sazani zone is autochthonous and belongs to the Apulian domain (Fig. 2C). The thrusted formations of the external nappes are Triassic to Eocene in age. Northward, the Ionian and Kruja nappes are buried under the post-Eocene sediments of the peri-Adriatic depression, under which some formations constitute reservoir rocks for current petroleum exploitation (Fig. 2D). The evolution of the Ionian region is marked by a Triassic-to-Eocene phase of passive margin conditions followed by an Oligocene-to-Quaternary phase of orogeny. Palaeogeographically, the outcrops belong to the pelagic and hemipelagic limestones and the chert-bearing limestones of the Ionian Basin. This basin is narrow, and the platform/basin transition is faulted and involves deposit discontinuities and lateral facies variations (Fig. 2)."

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