Utica – Point Pleasant Resource Potential Study

Detailed Analysis of Source Rocks and Oil Samples from the Ordovician Utica and Point Pleasant Formations of Eastern Ohio

GeoMark Research has completed a regional assessment of the resource potential of the Utica/Point Pleasant Formations of eastern Ohio. The study maps the source potential for both oil and gas and concludes with an evaluation of the resource potential of this emerging play. In its entirety, the study involves the source rock analysis of over 900 samples from over 90 individual wells, and the detailed oil analysis of 85 Clinton oil samples that have been sourced by the Ordovician.

This project produces an organic geochemical characterization of the Utica and Point Pleasant Formations in eastern Ohio, although greater focus is placed on the richer Point Pleasant Formation. Maps of present-day organic richness, calculated original richness, quantities of hydrocarbon generated, and estimates of hydrocarbons in place are included. Also, maps comparing Point Pleasant and Utica carbonate contents have been made to qualitatively describe the formations as reservoirs.

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Samples: The study involves the source rock analysis of over 900 samples from over 90 individual wells, and the detailed oil analysis of 85 oils sourced from the Ordovician.

Timing: The study is complete and available for immediate delivery.

Price: The cost of the study is US $60,000.

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