Taribani Field Unit – Field Work Gallery, June – September 2005

June 2005: Members of Frontera’s field geology research team working in the Taribani Field Unit. The research team undertook work related to a fracture identification study, hydro-geologic study and a sedimentology study.
Members of Frontera

June 2005: Pictured below is the field geology research team working on a Horizon 14/15 outcrop located south of Taribani Field. Horizons 14/15 are the dark-brown rock situated in the foreground at the upper right hand portion of photo below. It is a channel sand resting on top of underlying shale around which our field crew can be seen walking. Horizons 14/15 are two of our target reservoir horizons at Taribani Field
The field geology research team working on a Horizon 14/15 outcrop located south of Taribani Field

July-August-September 2005: Regional fracture analysis studies using remote sensing satellite imaging were integrated together with geologic field fracture measurement studies, reprocessing of the existing 3D seismic survey over the Taribani Field and well-bore analysis of existing wells within the Taribani Field to enhance understanding of the reservoirs and their potential fracture patterns within the field. The image below is satellite photography of the Caucuses that assists in the identification of distinctive lineaments that can be potentially correlated to subsurface faults and associated fracture systems. The inset image of Taribani Field shows the subsurface field mapping superimposed on topographical imaging.

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