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Title: Identification of electrofacies on the basis of well logging to determine sedimentation environment of horizon JK[2] in Em-Egovskoe field (Western Siberia)
Authors: Kudryashova, Lidiya Konstantinovna
Belozerov, Vladimir Borisovich
Pushtakov, E.
Keywords: идентификация; каротаж; Западная Сибирь; геофизические исследования; окружающая среда; гранулометрический анализ; минералогический анализ
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: Kudryashova L. K. Identification of electrofacies on the basis of well logging to determine sedimentation environment of horizon JK[2] in Em-Egovskoe field (Western Siberia) / L. K. Kudryashova, V. B. Belozerov, E. Pushtakov // IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. — 2015. — Vol. 27 : Problems of Geology and Subsurface Development : XIX International Scientific Symposium in honor of Academician M. A. Usov, 6–10 April 2015, Tomsk, Russia. — [012013, 6 p.].
Abstract: Well logging results are one of the ways to study the buried terrigenous rocks genesis. To ensure the most objective characterization of the rock and identification of electrofacies it is necessary to use a complex geological and geophysical survey. The comprehensive investigations of environmental conditions based on well logging have been performed for the horizon JK[2] of Tumenskoe formation in Em-Egovskoe area, Krasnoleninskoe field (Western Siberia). The defined electrofacies were compared with the results of earlier conducted granulometric and mineralogical analyses. The totality of research provided for a conclusion that the investigated sediments of horizon JK2 had been formed within the destructive tidal delta. Thus, objective facies prediction can only be ensured by analyzing core and well logging data comprehensively.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/19912
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