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    The Relationship Between Synsedimentary Fault Activity and Reservoir Quality — A Case Study of the Ek1 Formation in the Wang Guantun Area, China.Xixin Wang, Yuming Liu, Jiagen Hou, Shaohua Li, Qiangqiang Kang, Shuang Sun, Ling Ji, Jian Sun & Rui Ma - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (3):SM15-SM24.
    The activity of synsedimentary faults plays an important role in controlling the distribution of sand bodies in basins and furthermore the porosity and permeability of reservoirs. We have used fault interpretation, the method of image and granularity size analysis, and the seismic pumping effect to investigate the control of the activity of the Kongdong fault on the development degree of the dissolution pores and grain size, further studying the controlling mechanism of the activity of synsedimentary faults on reservoir quality. The (...)
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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: 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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    A New Workflow to Improve the Carbonate Reservoir Types Discrimination Combing the Empirical Model Decomposition and Energy Entropy Classification Methods.Zhuoying Fan, Jiagen Hou, Chengyan Lin & Xinmin Ge - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (3):T543-T555.
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    A New Workflow to Improve the Carbonate Reservoir Types Discrimination Combing the Empirical Model Decomposition and Energy Entropy Classification Methods.Zhuoying Fan, Jiagen Hou, Chengyan Lin & Xinmin Ge - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (3):T555-T567.
    Classification and well-logging evaluation of carbonate reservoir rock is very difficult. On one side, there are many reservoir pore spaces developed in carbonate reservoirs, including large karst caves, dissolved pores, fractures, intergranular dissolved pores, intragranular dissolved pores, and micropores. On the other side, conventional well-logging response characteristics of the various pore systems can be similar, making it difficult to identify the type of pore systems. We have developed a new reservoir rock-type characterization workflow. First, outcrop observations, cores, well logs, and (...)
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    Sedimentary Characteristics of Muddy Deposits in Sandy Braided Fluvial System: A Case Study From Outcrops of the Jurassic Yungang Formation in the Datong Basin, Central China.Yuming Liu, Luxing Dou, Xiaoxu Ren & Jiagen Hou - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (3):SM139-SM149.
    The sandbodies within braided fluvial deposits are important reservoirs for the oil fields in China, and they usually have complex sedimentary architecture. A lot of research has been concentrated on characterizing the architecture of the sandbodies. Based on the observation that muddy deposits are commonly well preserved in fluvial deposits, we find that understanding the contact relationship between the muddy deposits and surrounding sand bodies can help characterize the depositional process of sandy braided fluvial systems. We have determined the effectiveness (...)
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    Physical Parameter Modeling of Carbonate Dissolution-Vug Reservoirs Based on Porosity Inversion with Optimization Algorithm.Bin Zhao, Chuqiao Gao, Jiagen Hou, Zhaoping Li, Gang Gao & Hairong Zhang - forthcoming - Interpretation:1-34.
    Building a 3D porosity model for the carbonate reservoir is crucial for the planning of hydrocarbon development. However, properly estimating the porosity of carbonate reservoir using wireline logs is still a challenge task due to the complexity of vugs. We treat the porosity estimate of carbonate as an optimization problem and propose to estimate the porosity of carbonate reservoir by integrating several kinds of petrophysics data. We begin with establishing a series of linear equations between the porosity and wireline logs. (...)
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