Stone's Notes

Maureen Stonehouse

Geology research papers on the go. Because the present is the key to the past, and history repeats itself. Learn from the experts to save yourself time. New episodes premiere monthly (with summer break). read less
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Sunset Prairie on Top of the Montney with Carolyn Furlong
27-10-2023
Sunset Prairie on Top of the Montney with Carolyn Furlong
This conversation with Carolyn Furlong is about the new Sunset Prairie Formation that sits at the top of the Montney, with reference to  Dr. Furlong’s scientific research papers titled  “The Sunset Prairie Formation: designation of a new Middle Triassic formation between the Lower Triassic Montney Formation and Middle Triassic Doig Formation in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, NE BC” and “Sedimentology and ichnology of the Middle Triassic (Anisian) Sunset Prairie Formation of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin”. Some highlights include discussing what leads to a new formation. May this exchange serve to expand your knowledge on the go.For more information go to www.stoneconsulting.ca- Furlong, C et al. (2018). Sedimentology and ichnology of the Middle Triassic (Anisian) Sunset Prairie Formation of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology. Vol.66, NO.1. March 2018. p.215-236.- Furlong, C et al. (2018). The Sunset Prairie Formation: designation of a new Middle Triassic formation between the Lower Triassic Montney Formation and Middle Triassic Doig Formation in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, NE BC. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology. Vol. 66, No.1. March 2018. p193-214.- Furlong, C et al. (2020). High-resolution sequence stratigraphy of the Middle Triassic Sunset Prairie Formation, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, north-eastern British Columbia. The Depositional Record, Vol.6, Issue 2. January 29, 2020, p. 383-408.
Duvernay Geomechanical Properties with Marco Venieri
27-01-2021
Duvernay Geomechanical Properties with Marco Venieri
This conversation with  Marco Veniere is about the geomechanical properties in the Duvernay.  It is based on Marco Venieri, Per Pedersen, and David Eaton’s recent publication “Predicting unconventional reservoir potential from wire-line logs: a correlation between compositional and geomecahnical properties of the Duvernay shale play of western Alberta Canada”.  We also incorporate elements from the previous paper by Marco Venieri, Ronald Weird, Scott McKean, Per Pedersen, and David Eaton’s scientific article titled “Determining elastic properties of organic-rich shales from core, wireline logs, and 3-D seismic: A comparative study from the Duvernay play, Alberta, Canada”.  Some highlights include discussing how spectral gamma ray and pulsed neutron spectroscopy to reveal elastic properties.  What does Young's Modulus and Poisson’s Ratio correlate to geologically in core, seismic, and logs?  How do Spectral Gamma Ray and Pulsed Neutron Spectroscopy reveal elastic properties?May this exchange serve to expand your geological knowledge on the go.For more information go to www.stoneconsulting.infoCitation: Venieri, M., Pedersen, P., Eaton, D. (2020). Predicting unconventional reservoir potential from wire-line logs: a correlation between compositional and geomecahnical properties of the Duvernay shale play of western Alberta Canada. AAPG Bulletin (November 2020). 10.1306/10262019042Venieri, M., Weird, R., McKean, S., Pedersen, P., Eaton, D. (2020). Determining elastic properties of organic-rich shales from core, wireline logs, and 3-D seismic: A comparative study from the Duvernay play, Alberta, Canada. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering (84) 103637, ISSN 1875-5100