Studies and Data for Sale

Kern County, California, GIS Oil & Gas Database

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California GIS Geologic Maps

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Oil Field Assessments, San Joaquin Basin, California

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ASSESSMENTS OF SMALL-MEDIUM SIZE OIL FIELDS OF THE SAN JOAQUIN BASIN, KERN, KINGS, AND FRESNO COUNTIES, CALIFORNIA
 
These assessments of the small-medium size oil fields of the San Joaquin basin (the primary oil producing region of California) are intended to provide an overview of the remaining potential for asset managers and acquisition specialists looking to invest in California. Available in both Microsoft Powerpoint™ and Adobe Acrobat™ formats, these assessments have sufficient detail and resolution to be used on a conference room projector, or they can be printed on a plotter as 3 foot by 5 foot sheets for a hardcopy display in meetings and expos.
PROGRESS OF ASSESSMENTS OF SMALL-MEDIUM SIZE OIL FIELDS OF THE SAN JOAQUIN BASIN, KERN, KINGS, AND FRESNO COUNTIES, CALIFORNIA

North Antelope Hills assessment is free for download.

Other assessments are $2,000.00 per field.

San Joaquin Basin Well Data (Kern County)

Salinas Cross Section Study


The Salinas basin study package will save explorationists time, effort, and money in their hydrocarbon evaluation of conventional and unconventional plays as the study incorporates a large amount of data into structural and stratigraphic interpretations. This study’s cross sections, correlation diagrams, and maps provide the explorationist with a unified, yet detailed, view of a structurally and stratigraphically complex basin. The main elements of the study include 6 regional cross sections and cross section restorations and 6 correlation diagrams showing well to well log correlation of the 94 exploration wells used in the cross sections. In addition a Petra project is included, consisting of over 400 exploration wells of the basin, digital surface geology with dips (from 40 Dibblee 1:24000 scale maps), gravity contours, land grids and a regional digital elevation model.
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