Added on 01 December, 2017
This book introduced an entire generation of geologists to the complexities of carbonate geology and spawned an explosion of applied carbonate research that exponentially advanced the exploration and exploitation of carbonate reservoirs.
Added on 02 February, 2017
The Wilson book has, and continues to this day to influence most aspects of carbonate geology. This data base is enormously useful for the development of carbonate exploration models globally.
Added on 01 February, 2017
This AAPG Atlas series also deserves a shout-out and recognition for its importance as an expansive, comprehensive compilation of 138 oil and gas field/reservoir case studies from around the world and throughout the Phanerozoic.
Added on 11 January, 2017
Practitioners are encouraged to seek out these volumes to review the photographs, descriptions, analyses, and interpreted carbonate reservoir rock textures and fabrics because they will provide useful comparisons to rocks and cores that you are studying.
Added on 10 January, 2017
This book is one of the first to capture a broad spectrum of carbonate reservoir/field examples from across the world and throughout the Phanerozoic.
Added on 09 January, 2017
The concepts concerning carbonate reservoirs, provided in this SEPM Short Course, should be applied during the initial phases of carbonate reservoir characterization for determining reservoir architecture. Without them, practitioners will have a very tough time getting to a satisfactory reservoir architecture answer that will yield valid simulation results.
Added on 08 January, 2017
For all petroleum industry practitioners working carbonate assets, this volume gets you up the learning curve quicker than other texts.
Added on 07 January, 2017
This book provides the methods and analysis for an integrated geoscience-engineering approach to developing inputs for and construction of carbonate reservoir models.
Added on 06 January, 2017
It is recommended that one not begin a carbonate reservoir characterization project without first reading, studying, and planning to use the methods documented here.
Added on 05 January, 2017