Chalk outcrops - reservoir analogues?
Contact: Peter Frykman, firstname.lastname@example.org, +45 9133 3775
Feel the chalk
Compare it to your own reservoir rock
Combine with core workshop
40 km south of Copenhagen. Upper Maastrichtian chalk, the K/T boundary, and overlying lower Danian bryozoan limestone. Single-day visit is rewarding.
Analogue flow properties in high-porosity, low-permeability chalk
Litho-facies and trace-fossil assemblages
Rørdal near Ålborg, Northern Jutland. Lower Maastrichtian chalk with cyclic deposition.
Laegerdorf near Hamburg, Germany. Fracture system in chalk overlying salt diapir.
Etretat, Normandy, France. Large-scale slumps and slide geometries.
Frykman, P. 2001: Spatial variability in petrophysical properties in Upper Maastrichtian chalk outcrops at Stevns Klint, Denmark. Marine and Petroleum Geology 18, 1041-1062.
Frykman, P., Jakobsen, F. & Surlyk, F. 2004: The chalk at Stevns Klint - A reservoir analogue? 2004/56 The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Report.
Jakobsen, F. 1996: Chalk outcrops - Analogues for offshore chalk reservoirs? Fifth North Sea Chalk Symposium, Reims, France, October 7-9, 19 pp.