Granite Wash, Palo Duro Basin, Texas (06)

Comments on Geologic Parameters

06 Continuity:

Well spacing is inadequate to describe the highly heterogeneous sand bodies in this nonproductive area. Detailed facies studies of a similar depositional setting on the north side of the Amarillo Uplift (Dutton, 1982b) provide information on the expected scale of complexities.

06 Reference:

Budnik, R., and Smith, D., 1982, Regional stratigraphic framework of the Texas Panhandle, in Gustavson, T. C., Bassett, R. L., Budnik, R., Finley, R., Goldstein, A. G., McGowen, J. H., Roedder, E., Ruppel, S. C., Baumgardner, R. W., Jr., Bentley, M. E., Dutton, S. P., Fogg, G. E., Hovorka, S. D., McGookey, D. A., Ramondetta, P. J., Simpkins, W. W., Smith, D., Smith, D. A., Duncan, E. A., Griffin, J. A., Merritt, R. M., and Naiman, E. R., Geology and geohydrology of the Palo Duro Basin, Texas Panhandle: a report on the progress of the nuclear waste isolation feasibility studies, 1981: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Geological Circular 82-7, p. 38–86.

Dutton, S. P., 1982b, Pennsylvanian fan-delta and carbonate deposition, Mobeetie Field, Texas Panhandle: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 66 , p. 389–407.

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