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BP CO2 Sequestration. Geology of the San Joaquin Valley by Terralog Technologies USA, Inc. February 13, 2008. Oil fields in the southern San Joaquin Valley; studied fields in red. Cumulative oil and condensate production as of December, 2006 (DOGGR, 2007).

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BP CO2 Sequestration

  • Geology of the San Joaquin Valley
  • by
  • Terralog Technologies USA, Inc.
  • February 13, 2008
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Structure of the San Joaquin Valley.

NSB=Northern Sierran block;

SSB=Southern Sierran block; NDH=northern Diablo homocline; WFB= westside fold belt;

M-TS=Maricopa-Tejon subbasin

(Bartow, 1991)

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San Joaquin basin stratigraphic column (Scheirer & Magoon, 2007)

Oil reservoir rock in green

Gas reservoir rock in red

Shale dashed lines

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Major reservoir formations in the southern San Joaquin basin, their depositional environments and lithologies

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Potential Fields for CO2 Sequestration

Based on potential storage capacity (pore volume), multiple target zones below 5000ft depth and presence of seals

Elk Hills

Belridge North

Paloma

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Elk Hills

Discovered 1919

2,777 wells as of 12/2006

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Pliocene contour map and cross section showing strucutre of Elk Hills anticlines (Fiore, et al., 2007)

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Belridge North

Discovered in 1912

1072 wells as of 12/2006

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Paloma

Discovered in 1939

28 wells as of 12/2006

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CONCLUSIONS

Extensive regional shales and thick, lenticular sand bodies in multiple fields

Based on potential storage volume estimated from pore volume for producing zones at >5000ft depth, candidate fields for CO2 sequestration include:

Elk Hills

Belridge North

Paloma