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A Short History of Electrical Techniques in Petroleum Exploration

Publisher – Zonge, 1983. Authors – Larry J. Hughes, Zonge Engineering & Research Organization, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A. Tutorial – A Short History of Electrical Techniques in Petroleum Exploration [pdf] IP-Petro_9 This document contains Chapter 10 from a larger publication entitled “Case Histories of an Electromagnetic Method for Petroleum Exploration.” The full publication can be […]

Mechanisms of Current Flow in the Earth and Principles of Electromagnetic Theory as Applied to Petroleum Exploration

Publisher – Zonge, 1983. Authors – Larry J. Hughes, Zonge Engineering & Research Organization, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A. Tutorial – Mechanisms of Current Flow in the Earth and Principles of Electromagnetic Theory as Applied to Petroleum Exploration [pdf] IP-Petro_8 This document contains Chapters 8 and 9 from a larger publication entitled “Case Histories of an […]

Case Histories of an Electromagnetic Method for Petroleum Exploration

Publisher – Zonge, 1983. Authors – Larry J. Hughes, Zonge Engineering & Research Organization, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A. Report – CSEM Geophysics: Case Histories of an Electromagnetic Method for Petroleum Exploration Part I: Table of Contents, Summary and Conclusions   Part II: Data Interpretation, Chapters 1 and 2 (with acquisition description) IP-Petro_2; Part III: Case […]

Induced Polarization Effects Associated With Hydrocarbon Accumulations

Publisher – M.A. Adams Eds.: Hydrocarbon Migration and its Near-Surface Expression, AAPG Memoir 66; pp.127-137. Authors – Norman R. Carlson, Kenneth L. Zonge, Zonge Engineering & Research Organization, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A. Paper – [pdf] O&G_IP_HydrocarbonAAPG-Memoir1996 Abstract

Structure Mapping at Trap Spring Oilfield, Nevada, Using Controlled-source Magnetotellurics

This article gives a particularly good description of the CSAMT method, a type of CSEM surveying in which the transmitter is placed far field from the receiver. At the time of this article, this field practice was necessary to simplify the mathematics involved in modeling the data but is no longer necessary with modern inversion […]

Meeting Water Needs for Shale Gas Exploitation

The recent boom in exploitation of oil shales has dramatically changed the petroluem industry with active extraction occuring in areas once considered barren.  Producing gas from these new sources requires the use of huge volumes of groundwater such that producing water and disposing of the waste water are major factors in the financial viability of any fracking […]