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Structure and Composition of Basement and Sedimentary Cover in the Southwestern Part of the Siljan Ring, Central Sweden: New Data from the C-C-1 Drill Core

Version 1 : Received: 10 March 2021 / Approved: 12 March 2021 / Online: 12 March 2021 (15:54:16 CET)

How to cite: Sivalneva, O.; Postnikov, A.; Kutcherov, V.; Tuchkova, M.; Buzilov, A.; Martynov, V.; Sabirov, I.; Idrisova, E. Structure and Composition of Basement and Sedimentary Cover in the Southwestern Part of the Siljan Ring, Central Sweden: New Data from the C-C-1 Drill Core. Preprints 2021, 2021030344 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202103.0344.v1). Sivalneva, O.; Postnikov, A.; Kutcherov, V.; Tuchkova, M.; Buzilov, A.; Martynov, V.; Sabirov, I.; Idrisova, E. Structure and Composition of Basement and Sedimentary Cover in the Southwestern Part of the Siljan Ring, Central Sweden: New Data from the C-C-1 Drill Core. Preprints 2021, 2021030344 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202103.0344.v1).

Abstract

Results of geological and geophysical investigations of the Siljan Ring impact structure (central Sweden) revealed complicated relationships between Paleozoic sedimentary succession and the Precambrian basement. Tectonic and depositional evolution caused complex geology. Studies of a new drill core from the C-C-1 well provide information necessary for the reconstruction of the geological setting in the southwestern part of Siljan Ring. The whole interval of the core section is from 32.60 to 634.90 m with almost no breaks. The sedimentary cover is 373.55 m thick in total. The sedimentary sequences are predominantly composed of wackestones, mudstones, and shales. In the lower part of the sedimentary section, limestone layers intercalate with black shales. In a result of the investigations, it has been suggested that sedimentary layers represent Late Ordovician and Silurian deposits and have disturbed stratigraphic relations. The basement section is composed of Precambrian meta-volcanic and meta-sedimentary rocks. The contact between the basement and the sedimentary cover is tectonic, not normal sedimentary, in origin. Tectonic processes caused intensive rock fracturing. Four generations of fractures were identified with analysis of fracture relations and mineralization sequence. Only two of them occur in sedimentary rocks that probably belong to the latest stages of tectonic activity. Highly fractured basement rocks in some cases contain open vugs developed along the fractures. Rock matrix is tight either in sedimentary and basement rocks and only micro-porosity space is recognized in cataclastic zones. Single evidence of bituminous filling of micro-porosity zone and partly cemented vug is established in limestone from the lower part of the sedimentary section. These findings are particularly valuable for stratigraphy refinement and tectonic setting reconstructions as well as oil and gas reservoir forecasts.

Keywords

Siljan Ring; Precambrian; Ordovician-Silurian; Meta-Sedimentary Rocks; Fractures; Reservoir

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