The Eagle Ford East-Eaglebine play is an emerging resource play located in East Texas. By definition, the Eaglebine play is given to the various formations deposited between the Lower Cretaceous Buda formation (base) and the prolific Upper Cretaceous Austin Chalk (top). From the outcrop, the Eagle Ford East-Eaglebine is a combination of the Eagle Ford and the Woodbine Groups and contains local formations such as the Eagle Ford Shale, Lewisville, Woodbine, Dexter, Sub-Clarksville, Pepper, and Maness shale. Most of these formations have produced oil and gas conventionally for decades and with horizontal drilling and multi-stage stimulations, operators are "redeveloping" these conventional plays and adding more focus on the unconventional nature of the hydrocarbon rich shale sections.
Understanding and Updating the Eagle Ford East-Eaglebine
Bowman, Thomas D. "Understanding and Updating the Eagle Ford East-Eaglebine." Paper presented at the SPE/AAPG/SEG Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, August 2014. doi: https://doi.org/10.15530/URTEC-2014-1922762
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