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J 5425' MARLS 9 ] 5501' _ M " EVAPORITES- + - + -+1 . . _-----U. MAGNESIAN ~. t-At /I ~oo~ LIMESTONE U. :. :~ SANDS N~ l SAR,OROUG, Fordon LEGEND "1000 Sa I t . . . . . . . . . Sylvine ...... Anhydrite & Gypsum.. Dolomite .... Polyhalite ............. Limestone... 15(30 YORK | 0 i ,l oHaytcn |,1 IO 20 MILES I FIG. --Permo-Triassic sections in East Yorkshire. Up to the present, gas in potentially commercial quantities has been found only in the Upper Magnesian Limestone in Eskdale No. 2 and in the Lower Magnesian Limestone in Eskdale 10, and in quantities somewhat below the commercial level in Kirkleatham 1 and Kirkleatham 2.
The stratigraphy and mineralogy of the evaporite deposits have been described at length by Stewart (1954), Dunham (1948), Hollingworth & others (1948), and this aspect of the subject will not be included here. Surprisingly sharp changes in thickness have been discovered in the evaporites, and in consequence the positions of crests at depth in the two Permian limestone reservoirs are considerably displaced from the surface culminations. LOCATION MAP \ FORDON CHALK II ! 1. I--41 I I I i'"(''("i RED CHALK SPEETON ?
1 SAND~ ROUGHROCK / STRUCTURE oo CONTOURS ON TOP OF THE ~'~ ] ! 1:3 O I :'o. , 1/2 i , SCALE o f MILES I 2 I I 3 I F I o . 2 5 . - - S t r u c t u r e c o n t o u r m a p s of t h e E g m a n t o n oilfield, s h o w i n g c o n t r a s t i n g s t r u c t u r e s a t different horizons. tion in four easterly wells. The lowest grit group, separated from this by 20 to 30 feet of shale, is the most consistent in thickness and grain-size. Generally it is coarse to medium in grain and measures 80 to 90 feet with two or three shale breaks ; it is correlated with the Chatsworth Grit of Eakring.