Bay du Nord Core and Presenter Biographies
A suite of geophysical, geological, and petrophysical data has been collected on the Bay du Nord discovery (ca. 2013), which represent varied scales of interpretation that are used for reservoir characterization. Approximately 400 m of Late Tithonian conventional core was retrieved from the Bay du Nord discovery area, including 165 m of continuous core from Bay du Nord L-76Z, spanning the Mizzen, Bay du Nord, and Bonaventure members. A sequence stratigraphic model containing lowstand (LST), transgressive (TST), highstand (HST), and falling stage (FSST) systems tracts are reflected in the depositional systems as interpreted in Bay du Nord L-76Z core and expanded to other wells in the Bay du Nord discovery area.