The Permian Basin Regional Schematic was created by John Perez Graphics & Design, LLC. It is a regional east-west cross-section of the Permian Basin covering the Delaware Basin, Central Uplift and Midland Basin. Stratigraphic layers include but not limited to San Andreas, Bone Spring, Spraberry, Wolfcamp, Cisco, Strawn, Morrow, Mississippian, Simpson Group and Ellenburger. It includes the Texas counties of Andrews, Borden, Crane, Dawson, Ector, Gaines, Glasscock, Howard, Loving, Martin, Midland, Pecos, Reeves, Terrell, Upton, Ward, and Winkler. Named for the Permian Period, the basin dates back 60 to 299 million years ago in geologic time. There are many differences in stratigraphic nomenclature across the greater Permian Basin. 100″ x 34″ @ 300 DPI.
The Permian Delaware Basin Schematic Multi-Lateral was created by John Perez Graphics & Design, LLC. It depicts the formations of the Permian Delaware Basin with multi lateral wells.
The Horizontal Shale Multilateral Drilling & Fracking schematic was created by John Perez Graphics & Design, LLC. It shows multilateral drilling and fracking.
The Gas Injection Tertiary Recovery Schematic was created by John Perez Graphics & Design, LLC. It is a tertiary recovery illustration showing a fault block injected with natural gas for enhanced oil recovery. The surface has a Processing Plant, Produced Fluids Separator and Production Well. It includes a detail zoom of natural gas mixing with oil and flowing to the production well. Portrait Orientation.
The Petroleum Industry Value Chain schematic was created by John Perez Graphics. It depicts the petroleum industry life cycle from drilling to end user.
The upstream sector of the oil and gas industry involves the exploration and production (E&P) of crude oil and natural gas. The Petroleum Industry Value Chain schematic depicts that operations include determining where to drill, how deep to drill, and the design and construction of the well site. The well must be operated and managed to deliver the best return on investment while maintaining safety and leaving the smallest footprint.The right to drill involves leasing the acreage from the land or mineral owners and conducting the necessary reviews and interpretations of geological and geophysical data. Drilling the well is done by rig contractors who create the “borehole” in the ground. The rig contractor is supported by several oilfield service companies that all perform necessary functions to successfully drill and complete the well. Producing the well includes recovering oil and/or gas using primary, secondary and tertiary oil recovery methods to maximize the oil and/or natural gas produced from the well. Once the well reaches the end of its productive life, it will be plugged and abandoned. This can be anywhere from a few years after the well is drilled to decades later.
The midstream oil and gas sector involves activities that occur between the upstream and downstream sectors of the oil and gas industry. The Petroleum Industry Value Chain schematic illustrates that these include processing, storage and transportation of crude oil and natural gas. Because oil and gas reserves are not located in the same geographic location as refining and consumption regions, it must be transported. This is done by pipeline, rail, barge, oil tanker or truck. The midstream segment is considered to be a low risk, regulated part of the industry.
The downstream sector involves crude oil refining, raw gas processing and the distribution and sales of these refined products to the end user. The Petroleum Industry Value Chain schematic shows how the downstream sector reaches consumers through sales of fuel products such as gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, heating oil, natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). There are also thousands of products made from oil and gas petrochemicals that most people use on an everyday basis. Some other products most are not as familiar with are lubricants, synthetic rubbers, plastics, fertilizers and pesticides.
The Oil Multi-Sand Formations within Fault Block Schematic was created by John Perez Graphics & Design, LLC. The illustration shows a downdip fault block creating a four-way trap. The three sand formations are encased in shale and the traps have oil pay above a water contact. The source rock are the shales under the sandstone layers. Landscape orientation.
This Directional Drilling Stacked Formations in Fault Block Illustration was created by John Perez Graphics and Design, LLC. This is for the oil and gas industry. This oil and gas schematic illustration is available for license!
This Natural Gas Stacked Pay Salt Ridge Fault Trap Illustration was created by John Perez Graphics and Design, LLC. This is for the oil and gas industry. This oil and gas schematic illustration is available for license!
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