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", "image_display_url": "https://edx.netl.doe.gov/groups/fault-data-resources/2019-01-30T10:30:36.160971.png", "title": "Fault Data Resources", "id": "f411872a-1772-45ac-b1af-1e5f48067461", "name": "fault-data-resources"}], "license_id": "No License Restrictions", "package_reviewed": true, "name": "in-situ-stress-analysis-oklahoma-and-the-texas-pandhandle", "isopen": false, "notes": "Abstract: Orientations of crustal stresses are inferred from stressinduced\r\nbreakouts (well bore enlargements) in the eastern\r\npart of the Anadarko basin in central Oklahoma, the Marietta\r\nbasin in south-central Oklahoma, and the Bravo dome area\r\nof the central Texas Panhandle. Inferred directions of maximum\r\nhorizontal principal stress (SHmax) are east-northeast\r\nfor the eastern Anadarko basin and northeast for the Marietta\r\nbasin and the Bravo dome area.\r\nThe relative magnitudes of the three principal stresses\r\n(S,, S2, S3) are known for the Bravo dome area from existing\r\nhydraulic-fracturing measurements, and a normal-faulting\r\nstress regime (Sv>SHmax >SHmIn) is implied. For the eastern\r\nAnadarko basin and the Marietta basin, the magnitudes\r\nof the principal stresses are not known. Possible left-lateral\r\noblique slip on the Meers fault during the Quaternary implies\r\nthat strike-slip (SHmax >Sv>SHmln) and reverse (SHmax\r\n>SHmln >Sv) faulting has occurred in south-central Oklahoma.\r\nThus, the study region may be a transition zone\r\nbetween extensional stress in the Texas Panhandle and\r\ncompressional stress in Oklahoma.\r\nBreakout data from the eastern Anadarko basin yield a\r\nsingle consistent SHmax orientation, whereas data from the\r\nMarietta basin and the Bravo dome area yield bimodalorthogonal\r\ndistributions believed to consist of northwestoriented\r\nbreakouts and northeast-oriented fracture-related\r\nwellbore enlargements. This northeast (orthogonal) trend in\r\ndata from the Marietta basin and the Bravo Dome area is\r\nprobably related to drilling-induced hydraulic fracturing of the\r\nwellbore or to preexisting natural fractures or joint sets\r\nintersecting the wellbore. On dipmeter log records, breakouts\r\nand fracture-related enlargements have similar elliptical\r\ncross sections. Orthogonally oriented breakout and fracturerelated\r\nwellbore enlargements are therefore differentiated by\r\ncomparing their long-axis orientations with directions of\r\nknown or inferred horizontal stress.\r\nThe mean orientations of either the breakout or fracturerelated\r\northogonal trends in the Marietta basin and the Bravo\r\ndome area data sets are not as well constrained as the mean\r\norientation of breakout data for the eastern Anadarko basin.\r\nPoorly constrained mean orientations give the appearance of\r\ndata scatter or dispersion among wellbore enlargement\r\norientations within the northwest and northeast bimodalorthogonal\r\ntrends. Drill holes in the Marietta basin and Bravo\r\ndome area are located primarily between northwest-striking\r\nsubparallel faults. Mean data orientations calculated for\r\neither orthogonal trend for individual well data sets appear to\r\nrotate counterclockwise across these two fault-bounded\r\nstudy areas. Stress trajectory rotation between suparallel\r\nfaults within the Marietta basin and the Bravo dome study\r\nareas may account for the data scatter.\r\nAlthough breakouts and fracture-related enlargements\r\nformed in all parts of the thick sequences of sedimentary\r\nrocks logged, they are primarily in limestone, shale, and\r\ndolomitic rock, p", "license_title": "No License Restrictions", "extras": [{"key": "citation", "value": "Dart, Richard L. In Situ Stress Analysis of Wellbore Breakouts from Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. 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