Hydrocarbon indications in sands beneath a thick claystone top seal have been recorded whilst drilling, but hole instability issues have required the drilling of a sidetrack to comprehensively log and sample these zones of interest.
What does CLSN stand for?
CLSN stands for Claystone (lithological term)
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2010), who analyzed four pollen assemblages and numerous samples from three distinct areas in Thailand that included lignites, claystone, sandstone, and mudstone deposits of late Oligocene, middle Miocene, and late Miocene age, did not report Ammannia or other lythracean pollen types.
The black shale is a finely laminated dark claystone with the organic content of around 10-20%, containing also transitional metals more than the shale on average .
Lense-shaped dolomite-cemented zones have in many places uneven surfaces, occur above claystone beds or surfaces in the upper part of the Arukula Fm, and in the Burtnieki Fm.
Materials with low permeability such as shale, marl, claystone and schist are suitable for this purpose (Class 3), while igneous and metamorphic rocks (Class 2) have lower suitability than those.
The pilot hose was completed in approximately six weeks through interbedded layers of sandstone, claystone and shale.
Kerri-Kerri Formation consists of loosely cemented, coarse to fine-grained sandstone, massive claystone and siltstone; bands of ironstone and conglomerate occur locally.
The main bedrocks underlying the area are siltstone, claystone, and sandstone with frequent occurrences of rock salt, potash, gypsum, and anhydrite.