Multi-scale formation evaluation of tight gas resources
Tight unconventional rocks have become an increasingly common target for hydrocarbon production. Exploitation of these resources requires a comprehensive reservoir description and characterization program to accurately estimate reserves and identify properties which control production. In particular this requires mapping the porosity at multiple scales and understanding the coupled contributions of fractures, variable pore types, microporosity and mineral heterogeneity to petrophysical response...[Show more]
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