interval of true vertical thickness with calculated oil saturations up to 38%.
What does TVT stand for?
TVT stands for True Vertical Thickness (oil and gas)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In line with pre-drill prognosis, the discovery well found approximately 110 feet of true vertical thickness of pay in a continuous, high quality middle Miocene reservoir at a depth of 17,644 feet.
The production was from approximately 9 meters (30 feet) of perforations from 1,180 to 1, 189 meters (3,872 to 3,902 feet) in Miocene-age Badenian carbonates with net pay estimated at 35 meters (115 feet) true vertical thickness.
The exploratory well, which was drilled to test the far western extent of the discovery at Front Runner South, encountered 300-350 feet true vertical thickness of pay, pending further testing.
The EI Block 302 #1 well was drilled to a measured depth of 10,694 feet and encountered 103 feet of true vertical thickness pay in two pleistocene age sands.
The Barite well was drilled at an average 75 degree angle and the pay section has a true vertical thickness of approximately 90 feet at approximately 4,100 feet true vertical depth.
The OCS-G 15271 #1 was drilled to 10,160 feet measured depth and logged approximately 200 feet of true vertical thickness apparent oil pay in four sand intervals.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 27, 2001 Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE:MUR) announced that the exploratory well testing its deepwater "Front Runner" prospect in Green Canyon Block 338 encountered in excess of 850 feet true vertical thickness of pay.