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Source and reservoir rock potential of tertiary units in the Kozakli Basin, Central Anatolia, Turkey

Ayyildiz T. | Özdemir A.

Article | 2015 | Petroleum Science and Technology33 ( 7 ) , pp.827 - 838

The authors present the hydrocarbon source rock potential and reservoir properties of the Eocene Formations in the Central Anatolian Kozakli Basin. Potential source and reservoir rocks in the Kozakli basin include transgressive-regressive bank carbonates, fore-bank, deep-marine shales and sandstones, and coal and bituminous facies. The organic geochemical data of the Middle Eocene shales (Sarilar Formation) show that inadequate to marginal source rock qualities, and marginally mature to overmature characteristics, resulting from heat flow regime of the studied area. Alemli Member of the ¯ncik Formation is good to excellent according . . . to TOC wt% and immature to mature source rock from Tmaxvalues. Sedimentological features and age data indicate that the Uzunlu Formation was deposited under the control of antecedent topography. Reservoir properties of the Uzunlu Formation and Keklicek member indicate that the carbonate unit is not adequate for reservoir rock. However, siliciclastics of the Sarilar Formation could be reservoir potential due to its high porosity and permeability values. © 2015 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC Daha fazlası Daha az

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