The Central Utah thrust belt consists of multiple different basins over time overprinted with multiple thrust terrains overprinted , modified in places with salt tectonics, volcanics, proximal synorogenic clastics to marine sediments, numerous unconformities, followed by later normal faulting and most recently Pleistocene lake beds morphologies in this 'normal' conventional play.
The purpose of this study is to prepare interested companies with the knowledge and interpretations
of the area should they desire to pursue the area further.
This is an area lightly explored with one economic field discovery, Covenant Field, having produced 20.2 MM BBLS of oil since its discovery in 2004.
The study requires 3 companies committed at $65,000 per company. Proceeds from companies joining within the year will be shared 65% to JV companies and 35% by Nashville Geoscience, LLC. The study will start in January 2015 and take one year. The study will delivery 3 times during the year simultaneously to JV Partners with 3 scheduled meetings and 1 field seminar. A minimum of 50% of initial funds shall be dedicated to program technical requirements and costs and 50% to personnel.
This database will be invaluable to any companies considering current or future work in the area.
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