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CRUDE SURPLUS TRIMS ELK HILLS CONTRACT PRICESWILLIAMS B.1981; OIL GAS J.; ISSN 0030-1388; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 79; NO 39; PP. 148Article

NAVAL PETROLEUM RESERVE NO. 1 - GEOLOGIC SUMMARY OF ELK HILLS FIELD, CALIFORNIA. = RESERVE NO 1 DE PETROLE DE L'U.S. NAVY. APERCU GEOLOGIQUE SUR LE CHAMP DE ELK HILLS, CALIFORNIECARTER RD.1975; IN: ANNU. MEET. AM. ASSOC. PET. GEOL. SOC. ECON. PALEONTOL. MINERAL.; DALLAS, TEX.; 1975; S.L.; AM. ASSOC. PET. GEOL.; DA. 1975; VOL. 2; PP. 10; RESUMEConference Paper

SEPT.-OCT. 1981PORE-FILLING CEMENTS IN THE STEVENS SANDS; PRODUCTS OF SHALE DEWATERING, ELK HILLS FIELD, KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA = SEPTEMBRE-OCTOBRE 1981. CIMENTS INTERSTITIELS DANS LES SABLES DE STEVENS; PRODUITS DE L'ASSECHEMENT DES SCHISTES, TERRAINS D'ELK HILLS, COMTE KERN, CALIFORNIEKRYSTINIK LEE F.1981; PAC. PET. GEOL. NEWSL. PAC. SECT., AM. ASSOC. PET. GEOL.; ISSN 0160-7812; USA; DA. 1981-10; SEPT.-OCT. 1981; PP. 3-5; ILL.Article

Production-induced fault compartmentalization at Elk Hills field, CaliforniaMORRIS, Alan P; SMART, Kevin J; FERRILL, David A et al.AAPG bulletin. 2012, Vol 96, Num 6, pp 1001-1015, issn 0149-1423, 15 p.Article

Water sensitivity of sandstones containing swelling and non-swelling claysKRISHNA MOHAN, K; VAIDYA, R. N; REED, M. G et al.Colloids and surfaces. A, Physicochemical and engineering aspects. 1993, Vol 73, pp 237-254, issn 0927-7757Conference Paper

LITHOLOGIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PLIOCENE ROCKS CORED AT ELK HILLS, KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMIC GEOLOGYBERRYMAN WM.1973; GEOL. SURV. U.S.A., BULL.; U.S.A. ; 1973, NUM. 1332-0001, P. 1 A 56Serial Issue

GEOCHEMICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF CRUDE OILS FROM SIX PLIOCENE SANDSTONE UNITS, ELK HILLS U.S. NAVAL PETROLEUM RESERVE NO1, CALIFORNIA.CONNOR JJ; GERRILD PM.1971; AMER. ASS. PETROLEUM GEOLOGISTS BULL.; USA; 1971, VOL. 55, NUM. 0010, P. 1802 A 1813Miscellaneous

Case history : 31S C/D shale reservoirs, Monterey Formation, Elk Hills Field, CaliforniaHAMPTON, T. J; QUERIN, E. M; MCCABE, W. D et al.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Annual Western regional meeting. 1996, pp 721-722Conference Paper

Case history of the 31S peripheral waterflood project, Stevens Zone, Elk Hills Field, CaliforniaSTARCHER, M. G; NELSON, M. L; WILSON, M. L et al.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Annual Western regional meeting. 1996, pp 227-234Conference Paper

Fracture stimulation optimization in a mature waterflood redevelopmentWALKER, Tom; KERNS, Shawn; SCOTT, Dick et al.Journal of petroleum technology. 2003, Vol 55, Num 1, pp 46-47, issn 0149-2136, 2 p.Article

Parker drills deepest U.S. Well in 1987Petroleum engineer international. 1988, Vol 60, Num 10, issn 0164-8322, 30Article

Implications of a freshwater radiocarbon reservoir correction for the timing of late Holocene settlement of the Elk Hills, Kern County, CaliforniaCULLETON, Brendan J.Journal of archaeological science. 2006, Vol 33, Num 9, pp 1331-1339, issn 0305-4403, 9 p.Article

Acid stimulation increases production in 31S C/S Shale Reservoirs, Monterey Formation, Elk Hills Field, CaliforniaMCCABE, W. D; HAMPTON, T. J; QUERIN, M. E et al.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Annual Western regional meeting. 1996, pp 725-726Conference Paper

Increasing hydrocarbon production through liner replacements in the Shallow Oil Zone, Elk Hills Field, CaliforniaDROWN, M. G; CHACON, J; STRATTON, M. S et al.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Annual Western regional meeting. 1996, pp 723-724Conference Paper

Planning the first horizontal well for the Shallow Oil Zone of Elk Hills Field, Kern County, CaliforniaHARDIN, J; MARTIN, J; DAVIDSON, J et al.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Annual Western regional meeting. 1996, pp 185-196Conference Paper

Possible sources of gas from the 31S C/D shale reservoir, Monterey Formation, Elk Hills Field, CaliforniaHAMPTON, T. J; REID, S. A; MCINTYRE, J. L et al.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Annual Western regional meeting. 1996, pp 719-720Conference Paper

Waterflood surveillance: Behind casing resistivity measurement at Elk HillsSTARCHER, Mark; MUT, Dave; FONTANAROSA, Mike et al.Journal of petroleum technology. 2002, Vol 54, Num 10, pp 54-55, issn 0149-2136Article

Data integration case study : Using cased hole saturation measurements and sublayer pressures to find bypassed oil in the Shallow Oil Zone, Elk Hills Field, CADEROSE, W. E; KATRAGADDA, D. P.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Annual Western regional meeting. 1996, pp 211-226Conference Paper

Horizontal well production optimization using production logs run on coiled tubing in the 26R Sand Reservoir, Stevens Zone, Elk Hills Field, CaliforniaWALKER, C. W; GARCIA, S. A; QUERIN, E. M et al.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Annual Western regional meeting. 1996, pp 197-209Conference Paper

Light-oil steamdrive pilot test at NPR-1, Elk Hills, CaliforniaGANGLE, F. J; WEYLAND, H. V; LASSITER, J. P et al.SPE reservoir engineering. 1992, Vol 7, Num 3, pp 315-320, issn 0885-9248Conference Paper

PETROLEUM GEOLOGY OF NAVAL PETROLEUM RESERVE NO 1, ELK HILLS, KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. = GEOLOGIE PETROLIERE DE LA RESERVE NO 1 DE LA MARINE, ELK HILLS, KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIEMAHER JC; CARTER RD; LANTZ RJ et al.1975; GEOL. SURV. U.S.A., PROF. PAPER; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; NO 912; PP. 1-109; H.T. 25; BIBL. 5 P.; 59 ILL.; 2 CART.Serial Issue

Charging of Elk Hills reservoirs as determined by oil geochemistryZUMBERGE, John E; RUSSELL, Judy A; REID, Stephen A et al.AAPG bulletin. 2005, Vol 89, Num 10, pp 1347-1371, issn 0149-1423, 25 p.Article

Petroleum reservoir characterization by perfluorocarbon tracersSENUM, G. I; FAJER, R; DEROSE, W. E et al.Society of Petroleum Engineers. Department of Energy. Symposium on enhanced oil recovery. 1992, vol. 1, 337-345Conference Paper

The solubility of noble gases in crude oil at 25-100°C = La solubilité des gaz rares dans le pétrole brut entre 25 et 100°CKHARAKA, Y. K; SPECHT, D. J.Applied geochemistry. 1988, Vol 3, Num 2, pp 137-144, issn 0883-2927Article

Gas management models for optimization of Elk Hills gas strategiesYU, J. P; EZEKWE, N; BARUA, S et al.Gas technology symposium. 1998, pp 273-284Conference Paper

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