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Mesozoic Resource Potential in the Southern Permian Basin

By: Ben Kilhams(Editor), Peter A Kukla(Editor), Stan Mazur(Editor), Tom McKie(Editor), Harmen F Mijnlieff(Editor), Kees van Ojik(Editor)
570 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Mesozoic Resource Potential in the Southern Permian Basin
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The Southern Permian Basin, as its name suggests, is a historical heartland for hydrocarbon production from the Palaeozoic Rotliegend interval. However, in this mature basin the Mesozoic presents further possibilities to offer resource security to NW Europe. Such opportunities include increasing efficiency in the production of discovered hydrocarbons, exploration for further hydrocarbons (both conventional and unconventional) and efficient exploration for, and production of, geothermal energy. All these potential resources require a grounding in technically sound geoscience, via traditional scientific observation and the application of new technologies, to unlock their value.

The main aim of Mesozoic Resource Potential in the Southern Permian Basin is to bring together the work of academics and industry workers to consider cross-border geoscience including contributions on Poland, Germany, The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and adjacent areas. The work presented intends to contribute to the development and discovery of further Mesozoic energy resources across the basin.

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Acknowledgements

Dedication
Kilhams, B., Kukla, P.A., Mazur, S., McKie, T., Mijnlieff, H.F. & van Ojik, K. Mesozoic resource potential in the Southern Permian Basin area: the geological key to exploiting remaining hydrocarbons whilst unlocking geothermal potential

Tectonic framework
Kley, J. Timing and spatial patterns of Cretaceous and Cenozoic inversion in the Southern Permian Basin
Krzywiec, P., Stachowska, A. & Stypa, A. The only way is up – on Mesozoic uplifts and basin inversion events in SE Poland
Seidel, E., Meschede, M. & Obst, K. The Wiek Fault System east of Rügen Island: origin, tectonic phases and its relationship to the Trans-European Suture Zone
Deutschmann, A., Meschede, M. & Obst, K. Fault system evolution in the Baltic Sea area west of Rügen, NE Germany
van Winden, M., de Jager, J., Jaarsma, B. & Bouroullec, R. New insights into salt tectonics in the northern Dutch offshore: a framework for hydrocarbon exploration
Hernandez, K., Mitchell, N.C. & Huuse, M. Deriving relationships between diapir spacing and salt-layer thickness in the Southern North Sea

Triassic resources
Geluk, M., McKie, T. & Kilhams, B. An introduction to the Triassic: current insights into the regional setting and energy resource potential of NW Europe
Kortekaas, M., Böker, U., van der Kooij, C. & Jaarsma, B. Lower Triassic reservoir development in the northern Dutch offshore
Kilhams, B., Stevanovic, S. & Nicolai, C. The ‘Buntsandstein’ gas play of the Horn Graben (German and Danish offshore): dry well analysis and remaining hydrocarbon potential
Franz, M., Barth, G., Zimmermann, J., Budach, I., Nowak, K. & Wolfgramm, M. Geothermal resources of the North German Basin: exploration strategy, development examples and remaining opportunities in

Mesozoic hydrothermal reservoirs
Peeters, S., Asschert, A. & Verweij, H. Towards a better understanding of the highly overpressured Lower Triassic Bunter reservoir rocks in the Terschelling Basin
Goswami, R., Seeberger, F.C. & Bosman, G. Enhanced gas recovery of an ageing field utilizing N2 displacement: De Wijk Field, The Netherlands
van Kempen, B.M.M., Mijnlieff, H.F. & van der Molen, J. Data mining in the Dutch Oil and Gas Portal: a case study on the reservoir properties of the Volpriehausen Sandstone interval

Jurassic resources
Bouroullec, R., Verreussel, R.M.C.H., Geel, C.R., de Bruin, G., Zijp, M.H.A.A., Kőrösi, D., Munsterman, D.K., Janssen, N.M.M. & Kerstholt-Boegehold, S.J. Tectonostratigraphy of a rift basin affected by salt tectonics: synrift Middle Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous Dutch Central Graben, Terschelling Basin and neighbouring platforms, Dutch offshore
Verreussel, R.M.C.H., Bouroullec, R., Munsterman, D.K., Dybkær, K., Geel, C.R., Houben, A.J.P., Johannessen, P.N. & Kerstholt-Boegehold, S.J. Stepwise basin evolution of the Middle Jurassic–Early Cretaceous rift phase in the Central Graben area of Denmark, Germany and The Netherlands
Barth, G., Pieńkowski, G., Zimmermann, J., Franz, M. & Kuhlmann, G. Palaeogeographical evolution of the Lower Jurassic: high-resolution biostratigraphy and sequence stratigraphy in the Central European Basin
Sachse, V.F. & Littke, R. The impact of Quaternary glaciation on temperature and pore pressure in Jurassic troughs in the Southern Permian Basin, northern Germany
Stock, A.T. & Littke, R. The Posidonia Shale of northern Germany: unconventional oil and gas potential from high-resolution 3D numerical basin modelling of the cross-junction between the eastern Lower Saxony Basin, Pompeckj Block and Gifhorn Trough

Cretaceous resources
Vondrak, A.G., Donselaar, M.E. & Munsterman, D.K. Reservoir architecture model of the Nieuwerkerk Formation (Early Cretaceous, West Netherlands Basin): diachronous development of sand-prone fluvial deposits
Vis, G.-J., Smoor, W.D., Rutten, K.W., de Jager, J. & Mijnlieff, H.F. Tectonic control on the Early Cretaceous Bentheim Sandstone sediments in the Schoonebeek oil field, The Netherlands
Porter, R.J., Muñoz Rojas, A. & Schlüter, M. The impact of heterogeneity on waterflood developments in clastic inner shelf reservoirs: an example from the Holland Greensand Member, Rotterdam Field, The Netherlands
Zwaan, F. Lower Cretaceous reservoir development in the North Sea Central Graben, and potential analogue settings in the Southern Permian Basin and South Viking Graben
Wolf, M., Vis, A. & Asschert, A. Erosional valleys at a major Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous unconformity offshore Germany and The Netherlands: potential reservoirs or deteriorated seals?
Strozyk, F., Reuning, L., Back, S. & Kukla, P. Giant pockmark formation from Cretaceous hydrocarbon expulsion in the western Lower Saxony Basin, The Netherlands
van Lochem, H. F17-Chalk: new insights in the tectonic history of the Dutch Central Graben

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By: Ben Kilhams(Editor), Peter A Kukla(Editor), Stan Mazur(Editor), Tom McKie(Editor), Harmen F Mijnlieff(Editor), Kees van Ojik(Editor)
570 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
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