Pressure and Fluid Flow Systems in the Permian Rotliegend in the Netherlands Onshore and Offshore

Verweij, Hanneke, Simmelink, Erik and Underschultz, Jim (2011). Pressure and Fluid Flow Systems in the Permian Rotliegend in the Netherlands Onshore and Offshore. In: Jurgen Grotsch and Reinhard Gaupp, Permian Rotliegend of the Netherlands. Symposium and Core Workshop on 50 Years of Petroleum Exploration in the Netherlands after the Groningen Discovery, Utrecht Netherlands, (247-263). 15 - 16 January 2009. doi:10.2110/pec.11.98.0247


Author Verweij, Hanneke
Simmelink, Erik
Underschultz, Jim
Title of paper Pressure and Fluid Flow Systems in the Permian Rotliegend in the Netherlands Onshore and Offshore
Conference name Symposium and Core Workshop on 50 Years of Petroleum Exploration in the Netherlands after the Groningen Discovery
Conference location Utrecht Netherlands
Conference dates 15 - 16 January 2009
Proceedings title Permian Rotliegend of the Netherlands   Check publisher's open access policy
Journal name Society for Sedimentary Geology. Special Publication   Check publisher's open access policy
Place of Publication Tulsa, OK United States
Publisher Society for Sedimentary Geology (S E P M)
Publication Year 2011
Year available 2011
Sub-type Fully published paper
DOI 10.2110/pec.11.98.0247
ISBN 9781565763005
1565763009
ISSN 1060-071X
Editor Jurgen Grotsch
Reinhard Gaupp
Volume 98
Start page 247
End page 263
Total pages 17
Language eng
Keyword Fluid flow
Salinity
Permian Rotliegend reservoir
Netherlands
Dutch North Sea
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Sustainable Minerals Institute Publications
 
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