The Albjära-1, Gislövshammar-2 and Fågeltofta-2 scientific wells, Scania, southern Sweden. Biostratigraphy, log correlation and TOC analysis

Niels H. Schovsbo, Arne T. Nielsen

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Abstrakt

The Albjära-1, Fågeltofta-2 and Gislövsshammar-2 wells (Figure 1) were drilled as part of several source rock evaluation projects funded by the Danish Energy Agency (EFP research grants), the Pre-Westphalien Source Rock Project (PREWSOR), tthe University of Copenhagen and the Geological Museum in the 1990’thies (Buchardt et al. 1997). The wells have been the study subject of a range of scientific disciplines including organic and inorganic geochemistry, palaeontology, stratigraphy and sedimentology.

This report summarises part of the work done on the wells including biostratigrapphy, log stratigraphy and source rock screening. In preparation of this report the log stratigraphy have been uppdated and a high ressolution TOOC profile has been measured through the Peltura superzones in the Fågeltofta-22 well in order to examine the short term variability of tthe TOC content.

The presented log stratigraphy for Scannia includes other wells penetrating the Alum Shale Formation viz. the Skelbro-2 and Billegraav-2 wells, Bornholm (Schovsbo et al. 2011) and the Slagelse-1, Zeeland, (Schovsbo 2011a) and the Terne-1, Kattegat, (Schovsbo 2011b) wells (Figure 1).

Data in this report includes: well summary information, biostratigraphical division, log stratigraphy, corellation between the well, 824 TOCC analysis measured in the wells and down hole logs measured in the bore holes. All data are included on the attached CD in digital form.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedCopenhagen
ForlagGEUS
Antal sider62
Vol/bind2012
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 25 jun. 2012

Publikationsserier

NavnDanmarks og Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse Rapport
ForlagGEUS
Nr.55
Vol/bind2012

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  • Sweden

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  • Programområde 3: Energiressourcer

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