NPDID wellbore. Wellbore history. Operations and results. MWD logs in the pilot hole confirmed that all permeable formations were water bearing and shallow gas was not present. Minor gas sands were observed in the main bore at and m, but no gas flow occurred.
The pressure at the top of the reservoir was measured at Pressure measurements and samples established an oil gradient of 0. A water gradient of 0. The water zone lithology consisted of sandstones and conglomerates, the latter of relatively poor reservoir quality.
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From The latter did not contain any visible hydrocarbon shows; however shows were present within the sandstone layers down to Below this depth and above reservoir level no oil shows were seen. An extensive data acquisition program was undertaken. In total five cores were cut from Four cores covered the complete oil column and one core was taken in the water zone. MDT fluid samples were taken at The well was permanently abandoned on 21 January as an oil appraisal.
No drill stem test was performed. Cuttings at the NPD. Cutting sample, top depth [m]. Cutting samples, bottom depth [m]. Cuttings available for sampling? Cores at the NPD.
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Core sample number. Core sample - top depth. Core sample - bottom depth. Core sample depth - uom. Total core sample length [m]. Cores available for sampling? Oil samples at the NPD. Test type. Bottle number. Top depth MD [m]. Bottom depth MD [m]. Fluid type. Test time. Samples available. Top depth [m]. HOD FM. Composite logs.
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Log bottom depth [m]. For almost years, Southern Baptists have sought to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people everywhere. The Southern Baptist Convention was formed with a Gospel vision. Its founding charter identifies its singular focus:. No two Southern Baptist churches are alike; but there are certain commonalities that bind Southern Baptists together, regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, language, size, or locale.
What we offer here is an overview to help tell the story of what God is doing in and through the people called Southern Baptists. Southern Baptists are as varied and diverse as the cities, towns, neighborhoods, and rural communities where they live. Each Southern Baptist church is autonomous and unique; only when viewed together can one grasp the diversity that is the Southern Baptist Convention.
Southern Baptist churches represent a broad range in. Southern Baptists hold high the Gospel of Jesus Christ as the unifying center around which everything else is built and from which all ministry flows. Southern Baptists believe that each human being is a sinner by birth and by choice, that all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God Romans We believe that Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit see Matthew It is by the Gospel, because of the Gospel, and for the Gospel that the Southern Baptist Convention exists; so it only makes sense that everything about Southern Baptists is tied directly to the Gospel.
For that reason, Southern Baptists have summarized their biblical convictions in a confession of faith called The Baptist Faith and Message. Southern Baptists are not a creedal people, requiring churches or individuals to embrace a standardized set of beliefs; but we are a confessional people. At the heart of our mission is the compelling urgency to proclaim the Gospel to everyone. In keeping with this commitment, Southern Baptist churches report their number of baptisms each year through a voluntary reporting form called the Annual Church Profile. During the first seventeen years of the twenty-first century, cooperating Southern Baptist churches reported more than four and one half million baptisms in the United States.
This averages almost one hundred baptisms per church during this span of time. In addition, Southern Baptists are committed to starting new churches to reach the growing populations of our country and the world. This would be an increase of 10 percent in the number of Baptist churches working together to penetrate the lostness on the North American continent. In addition, the SBC fully supports more than 3, overseas missionaries and church planters.
In fact, the width and breadth of Southern Baptist ministries of compassion are as expansive as the United States itself, for Southern Baptists minister in every part of this nation, and such ministries are the norm for Southern Baptists. On a national level, Southern Baptists work with one another to extend the compassion of Christ through numerous means. Two ministry expressions illustrate such collaboration.
SBDR is one of the three largest relief organizations in America and includes flood cleanup efforts and long-term rebuilding in the wake of flooding. Southern Baptist volunteers prepare most of the meals distributed by the American Red Cross and provide many other disaster services. Southern Baptists have more than 1, mobile disaster response units on call for local, state, and national emergencies, with more than one hundred thousand trained volunteers scattered across the nation.
Southern Baptist Global Hunger Relief GHR receives and disburses designated contributions from individuals in local Baptist churches throughout the year. All contributions to the relief fund are divided 80 percent to overseas hunger relief and 20 percent to domestic hunger relief.
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Fifty-six million dollars was contributed and disbursed during the past decade. The strength of Southern Baptist work is found in their voluntary cooperation to work together to advance an aggressive global vision while maintaining a strong home base of ministry fruitfulness. Cooperating together is not a new idea. The Apostle Paul applauded churches in the New Testament that pooled their resources for Kingdom purposes 1 Corinthians ; 2 Corinthians —2, 16—24; Cooperation helps fuel the fire of Southern Baptist missions and ministries. Close to home, Southern Baptists advance the Gospel by working together in a local association of churches.
Southern Baptist churches support the Cooperative Program by submitting contributions through a network of state and regional Baptist conventions. The state Baptist conventions use a portion of these funds to fuel the ministry and mission goals established by the churches in that state. Each state Baptist convention then forwards a percentage of those funds to the Southern Baptist Convention, providing financial support for thousands of church planters and missionaries in North America and around the world, theological education through six Southern Baptist seminaries for more than eighteen thousand full-time and part-time students, and moral advocacy and promotion of religious liberty.
Cooperative Program funds forwarded from the states also provide support for the SBC operating budget. Obviously, to spread the Gospel message to the neighborhood and to the nations requires organization and structure to help facilitate the goal. For more information on the structure of the Southern Baptist Convention, see the companion publications on each area of missions and ministry and The Southern Baptist Convention: A Closer Look. Representatives, called messengers , from cooperating Southern Baptist churches meet once a year to adopt the Cooperative Program allocation budget, elect trustees to oversee the ministry entities of the Convention, receive reports from the SBC entities, and transact the business of the Convention.
These messengers come from churches that openly identify with the SBC and have contributed to support the missionary, educational, moral advocacy, and benevolent causes of the Convention.
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