Seismic analysis of the Duval County Ranch area, South Texas: assessment of exploration potential of the Wilcox, Queen City, and Jackson-Yegua Plays, Issue 4; Issue 95
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Seismic Interpretation of Cenozoic Cretaceous
Assessment of Exploration Potential
acoustic impedance amplitude reﬂections areal basinward bright spot anomaly Cenozoic clastic coastal-plain coastal/delta-plain deposits continuous reﬂections contours on top correlated County Ranch area Deep Wilcox Trend delta system depositional episodes discontinuous dominated downdip downthrown side Duval County Ranch Eocene exploration potential fault block fault pattern field extension Formation and Jackson growth faults growth-fault zone Guevara and Garcia high-amplitude reﬂections hydrocarbon intermediate interpreted Jackson Group Laramide Orogeny lithologic log character long-normal resistivity low-amplitude Lower Cretaceous Lundell field mudstone mudstone-rich Paleozoic production progradation Queen City Formation Ranch boundary reﬂection character reservoir sandstone resistivity logs sandstone-rich sediments Seismic Analysis seismic character seismic data seismic facies analysis seismic line Seventy-Six West field shale shelf margin South Texas SP and resistivity strandplain strata stratigraphic interval synthetic seismograms Tana Hahl thick three seismic facies two-way traveltime structure updip upper Wilcox Group Western Interior Seaway Wilcox deposition Wilcox Fault Zone Yegua and Jackson Yegua Formation