Deep wells and subsurface stratigraphy of part of the St. Lawrence Lowlands, Quebec by Helen R. Belyea

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Subjects:

  • Petroleum -- Geology -- Québec (Province),
  • Natural gas -- Québec (Province),
  • Geology -- Québec (Province)

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Bibliography: p. 33.

Book details

Statementby Helen R. Belyea.
SeriesBulletin / Geological Survey of Canada -- 22, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 22
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTN873.C22 Q33, TN873C22 Q33
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 113 p., 1 leaf of plates :
Number of Pages113
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21323102M

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The present paper provides a case study of the assessment of the potential for CO 2 storage in the deep saline aquifers of the Bécancour region in southern Québec.

This assessment was based on a hydrogeological and petrophysical characterization using existing and newly acquired core and well log data from hydrocarbon exploration by: The Petite-Nation River Valley (NTDB mapsheets G10, G11 and G14) is located in the southwestern part of Québec (Canada), in the Outaouais region, at the junction of the St-Lawrence lowlands in the south and the highlands of the Canadian Shield to the north (fig.

The GHEs were installed in exploration wells near Montreal and Quebec City, Canada, at different locations in the St. Lawrence Lowlands, where the subsurface is composed of Ordovician sedimentary.

In Quebec (Canada), the Utica Shale has been identified as having unconventional gas production potential. However, there has been a moratorium on shale gas exploration since The work reported here was aimed at defining baseline concentrations of methane in shallow aquifers of the St.

Lawrence Lowlands and its sources using δ(13)C Cited by: This is the case of the St. Lawrence Lowlands sedimentary basin cover km² to the south of Québec, Canada, and enclosing only three wells up to a depth of m with equilibrium heat. The aim of this paper is to document gas seepage in the marine realm of the St.

Lawrence Estuary in eastern Canada and to show that: (1) many seeps are located over the autochthonous rocks of the St. Lawrence platform domain; (2) the seismic signature of the seeps found in the Laurentian Channel may be traced down to the Paleozoic bedrock suggesting a thermogenic origin for the gas; and (3 Cited by: The purpose of this study was to establish links between groundwater quality, groundwater residence times, and regional geology in the St.

Lawrence Lowlands fractured bedrock aquifer. The study focuses on a km 2 watershed located in the St. Lawrence Lowlands of the province of Quebec in eastern Canada. A total of wells were sampled for Cited by: Regional Stratigraphic, Depositional, and Diagenetic Patterns of the Interior of St.

Lawrence Platform: The Lower Ordovician Romaine Formation, Western Anticosti Basin, Quebec Andre´ Desrochers and Patricia Brennan-Alpert Ottawa-Carleton Geoscience Centre, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Denis Lavoie.

Defining temperature at depth to identify geothermal resources relies on the evaluation of the Earth heat flow based on equilibrium temperature measurements as well as thermal conductivity and heat generation rate assessment. Such high-quality geothermal data can be sparse over the region of interest.

This is the case of the St. Lawrence Lowlands sedimentary basin cover km² to the Cited by: 9. Request PDF | Geothermal Characterization of the St. Lawrence Lowlands Sedimentary Basin, Québec, Canada | Defining temperature at depth to identify geothermal resources relies on the evaluation. Well Logs Deep water sequence stratigraphy relies heavily on the use of gamma logs, in which the high values in Gamma signal are equated with the reduced sedimentation associated with high positions of the sea.

Well logs with high Gamma signals are traditionally taken to to be equated with maximum flooding surfaces and are often associated with condensed sections. This is the case of the St. Lawrence Lowlands sedimentary basin cover km 2 to the south of Québec, Canada, and enclosing only three wells up to a depth of m with equilibrium heat flow measurements.

However, more than oil and gas exploration wells have been drilled in this area, providing for this study (parce que c'est 93 Cited by: 9.

Start studying regions of Canada. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Ontario and Quebec. Hudson Bay lowlands, and St. Lawrence Lowlands.

The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Provinces Economic activities. mining, farming, economics, mineral resources, and rich soils, and foresty.

Simplified geological map of the St. Lawrence Lowlands and southern Quebec Appalachians with the location of seismic profiles and wells adopted from [10,11]. Post-stack seismic data processing has improved the quality of the original seismic sections by enhancing coherent reflection events and attenuating reflection by: 5.

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LAWRENCEAuthor: R. Ells. From to29 wells were drilled in Utica shale. They included 18 vertical wells and 11 horizontal wells. Eighteen wells were fractured (11 vertical wells and 7 horizontal wells). A moratorium was imposed in on shale gas exploration activities in the St.

Lawrence Lowlands. Shale Oil. Geology of the Northeastern Adirondack Mountains. and Champlain–St. Lawrence Lowlands of. New York, Vermont and Québec. New York State Geological Association, 87th Annual Meeting. State University of New York at Plattsburgh.

Assessing the geothermal potential of the St. Lawrence Lowlands sedimentary basin in Quebec, Canada St. Lawrence Lowlands (SLL) in Quebec, where the geothermal potential is assessed by defining the depth distribution of permeable rock units within this temperature range.

A 3D geological model of the SLL basin was built by combining the. The Great lakes- ce lowlands region is what we did our land form assignment about. By Sophie & Naomi $ Climate This region has a continental climate (meaning that the summers are very hot and the winters are very cold.) Precipitation ranges from about mm per.

The Saint Lawrence Lowlands of Canada is a bowl-shaped area found in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec in Canada. During the last glacial period, the ice sheet pushed the area downwards, and the soil deposited deeper into the Earth.

After the ice sheet melted, the area took a shape of the Lake and with the presence of the deep fault line, the Author: Khushboo Sheth. GEOSCAN supports the mission of Natural Resources Canada through the timely access to information.

Settlement Great lakes-St Lawrence Lowlands The farmlands were settled in the pattern of narrow strips fronting on the river, characteristic of the seigneurial system. Industry began near Trois-Rivières where bog iron was exploited in The St. Lawrence Lowland now cradles.

A structural study of western Anticosti Island, St. Lawrence platform, Québec: a fracture analysis that integrates surface and subsurface structural data Esther Bordet Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique Centre - Eau Terre Environnement, de la Couronne, Québec, QC G1K 9A9Cited by: The style of deglaciation and maximum extent of earliest proglacial lakes have been reconstructed for the southwestern St.

Lawrence Lowland of New York and Ontario using ice-marginal sediments and landforms, strandline features, and the areal distribution of Candona subtriangulata-bearing important recessional position, the Carthage-Harrisville ice border, fronted proglacial Lake Cited by: chapter 1 pgs Social Studies study guide by cameronarmstrongg includes 64 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more.

Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. To date, most operations have been performed in approximately one-third of the shale basin in the medium-to-deep thermogenic shale-gas play ( to m), located in the central part of the Saint Lawrence lowlands.

With original-gas-in-place (OGIP) estimates ranging from to Bcf per section, the deep play is considered to be promising. process. Subsurface pressure is calculated with the pressure gradient of the St. Lawrence Lowlands basin based on the well data.

The calculated pressure gradient is MPa/m: P = depth × MPa/m × (5) CO2 density in depth (2) Once the temperature and pressure of the reservoir rocks are known, they are fed into a FORTRAN.

Belyea, H. Deep Wells and Subsurface Stratigraphy of Part of the St. Lawrence Lowlands, Quebec. Geological Survey of Canada, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources,GSC, Bulletin, Number pages with illustrations including 2 plates. Softbound, minor signs. The Gulf of St. Lawrence Lowland Forests overlay the Maritime Lowlands, the Annapolis-Minas Lowlands, Prince Edward Island, and the Iles-de-la-Madeleine (TEC,and ) (ESWG ).

These ecoregions are all part of the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone, in the Acadian forest region. The Great Lakes and St.

Lawrence lowlands are the low-lying areas around the banks of the St. Lawrence and the shores of the Great Lakes. this area covers all of the South part of Ontario, the Eastern edge of Quebec, PEI and Western Labrador. The St. Lawrence Lowlands are mostly composted of glacial landforms: glacial lake bottoms and shorelines, till plains, moraines, drumlins, eskers, and giant spillways imprinted by glacial streams.

Southwestern Ontario’s Niagara Escarpment is the only significant structure of exposed bedrock. N.E. LAKE ONTARIO-ST. LAWRENCE BASIN Description of the Basin The Northeast Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River (NELO-SLR) Basin is the second largest in New York State (NYS) in terms of land area, covering all or part of 9 counties and about million acres (7, square miles), including all of St.

It is located near the great lakes and St. Lawrence river. South and East of the Canadian shield and West of the Appalachian high lands. The Great lakes and St. Lawrence lowlands is partly in Québec but mostly in Ontario and a small part in the United States.

Much of the St Lawrence Lowlands is made up of plains and hills. Water from Georgian Bay, Lake St Clair, Niagara Escarpment, Niagara Escarpment, Niagara Falls, and Niagara River flow into the Great Lakes and the St Lawrence River.

The St Lawrence Lowlands are lower than surrounding areas. The St. Lawrence River is in a seismically active zone where fault reactivation is believed to occur along late Proterozoic to early Palaeozoic normal faults related to the opening of Iapetus Ocean.

The faults in the area are rift related and are called the Saint Lawrence rift system. The St. Lawrence Valley is a physiographic province of the. The purpose of this paper is to give a brief description of the stratigraphy of the Lower and Middle Ordovician formations of the St.

Lawrence Lowlands together with a short summary of the historical geology of the time. The basis for the paper is the literature on the subject, as the author's personal investigation has been restricted to one summer's work in a small section of the Lowlands. Add ons Montreal is the 2 nd largest city in C anada, the city of M ontreal is on an island in the St.

Lawrence lowlands. It is one of the largest parts in the world. Extras French and english explorers would also use rivers and lakes to travel. In Quebec, black shales are found mostly in the external zone of the Saint Lawrence Lowlands forming part of the Utica Group (Ordovician age).

In normal stratigraphic sections, the Utica black calcereous shale has an average thickness of ft. sedimentary units of the St. Lawrence Lowlands (Quebec, Canada) associated with CO2 injection into the sandstone reservoir of the Covey Hill Formation. The spatial variations in fluid pressur e, shear strain and vertical displacement are calculated for different injection rates using a simplified.

Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Lowlands • Smallest region in Canada • Greatest population in Canada • Many large cities in this region • Most southern region in Canada • Combination of parts of S. Ontario & S. Quebec • Economic heartland of Canada – Industry, manufacturing, banking, agriculture.

and sources of hydrocarbons dissolved in ground waters of the St. Lawrence Lowlands, QC, Canada, in ground water samples collected from private (n=81), municipal (n=34) and observation (n=15) wells. Localized pools of high concentrations of methane of mostly bacterial origin (biogenic) were found throughout the study area.

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