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  1. Pore-Throat Structures and Their Control of Terrestrial Lacustrine Tight Reservoir Quality: The Permian Lucaogou Formation, Jimsar Sag, Northwestern China.Ke Ma, Jiagen Hou, Lin Yan & Fuli Chen - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):T889-T906.
    Understanding the structure of the pore throat is an important task for tight reservoir development. The common methods of studying the pore-throat structure include pressure-controlled mercury injection, rate-controlled mercury injection, X-ray computer tomography, and scanning electron microscopy. We have used those four methods to understand the pore-throat structures of three main lithologies in the Lucaogou Formation, Jimsar Sag, China. The PMI results revealed that the pore-throat size of all of the lithologies ranges from 0.013 to [Formula: see text]. The RMI (...)
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  • Pore-Throat Structures and Their Control of Terrestrial Lacustrine Tight Reservoir Quality: The Permian Lucaogou Formation, Jimsar Sag, Northwestern China.Ke Ma, Jiagen Hou, Lin Yan & Fuli Chen - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (4):T889-T906.
    Understanding the structure of the pore throat is an important task for tight reservoir development. The common methods of studying the pore-throat structure include pressure-controlled mercury injection, rate-controlled mercury injection, X-ray computer tomography, and scanning electron microscopy. We have used those four methods to understand the pore-throat structures of three main lithologies in the Lucaogou Formation, Jimsar Sag, China. The PMI results revealed that the pore-throat size of all of the lithologies ranges from 0.013 to [Formula: see text]. The RMI (...)
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