The maps below present the outline of the higher resistivities in the TMS (blue dashes) along with the cumulative production from all of the fields in the deep Tuscaloosa Trend. An interesting correlation exists between the termination points of deep Tuscaloosa production on both the east and west sides with a decrease in resistivities in the TMS. Coincidence? A similar geological environment exists in the TMS in Washington, St. Tammany, and southern Tangipahoa Parishes, but TMS resistivities are much lower than the area to the west and northwest. Does the alignment of the east/west TMS resistivities and the borders of the deep Tuscaloosa production indicate a hydrocarbon migration story? Is it a coincidence that Port Hudson Field (1.3 TCFE) is located directly in the center of the high resistivity outline when projected updip? Join the discussion and post a comment.
|Tuscaloosa Producing Fields: Cumulative Production; Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Higher Resistivity Outline|
|Tuscaloosa Producing Fields; Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Higher Resistivity Outline|