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    Investigation of the Methane Adsorption Characteristics of Marine Organic-Rich Shale: A Case Study of the Lower Cambrian Niutitang Shale in the Fenggang Block, Northern Guizhou Province, South China.Yang Gu, Wenlong Ding, Min Yin, Ruyue Wang, Baocheng Jiao, Gang Zhao & Lin Lu - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):T819-T833.
    The marine shale in South China has great gas exploration potential, and exploration in the Sichuan Basin has been successful, but the degree of exploration remains low in the Guizhou Province. We used organic geochemical analyses, scanning electron microscopy, field emission SEM, nuclear magnetic resonance, X-ray diffraction analysis, and low-temperature [Formula: see text] and [Formula: see text] adsorption experimental methods to study the micropore types and pore structures and their effects on the methane adsorption capacity of organic-rich shales found in (...)
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    Investigation of the Methane Adsorption Characteristics of Marine Organic-Rich Shale: A Case Study of the Lower Cambrian Niutitang Shale in the Fenggang Block, Northern Guizhou Province, South China.Yang Gu, Wenlong Ding, Min Yin, Ruyue Wang, Baocheng Jiao, Gang Zhao & Lin Lu - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (4):T819-T833.
    The marine shale in South China has great gas exploration potential, and exploration in the Sichuan Basin has been successful, but the degree of exploration remains low in the Guizhou Province. We used organic geochemical analyses, scanning electron microscopy, field emission SEM, nuclear magnetic resonance, X-ray diffraction analysis, and low-temperature [Formula: see text] and [Formula: see text] adsorption experimental methods to study the micropore types and pore structures and their effects on the methane adsorption capacity of organic-rich shales found in (...)
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    Comparative Analysis of Shale Reservoir Characteristics in the Wufeng-Longmaxi and Niutitang Formations: A Case Study of Wells JY1 and TX1 in the Southeastern Sichuan Basin and its Neighboring Areas, Southwestern China. [REVIEW]Ruyue Wang, Zongquan Hu, Chuanxiang Sun, Zhongbao Liu, Chenchen Zhang, Bo Gao, Wei Du, Jianhua Zhao & Wenhao Tang - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):SN31-SN45.
    A systematic comparative analysis of shale reservoir characteristics of the Wufeng-Longmaxi and Niutitang Formations in southeastern Sichuan Basin and its neighboring areas was conducted with respect to mineralogy, organic geochemistry, pore structure, methane sorption, brittleness, and fractures. Results indicate that organic matter -hosted pores that are hundreds of nanometers to micrometers in size in the Longmaxi shale are well-developed in migrated OM rather than in the in situ OM, and they are the dominant reservoir spaces. Furthermore, the total organic carbon, (...)
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  4. Comparative Analysis of Shale Reservoir Characteristics in the Wufeng-Longmaxi (O3w-S1l) and Niutitang (Є1n) Formations: A Case Study of Wells JY1 and TX1 in the Southeastern Sichuan Basin and its Neighboring Areas, Southwestern China. [REVIEW]Ruyue Wang, Zongquan Hu, Chuanxiang Sun, Zhongbao Liu, Chenchen Zhang, Bo Gao, Wei Du, Jianhua Zhao & Wenhao Tang - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (4):SN31-SN45.
    A systematic comparative analysis of shale reservoir characteristics of the Wufeng-Longmaxi and Niutitang Formations in southeastern Sichuan Basin and its neighboring areas was conducted with respect to mineralogy, organic geochemistry, pore structure, methane sorption, brittleness, and fractures. Results indicate that organic matter -hosted pores that are hundreds of nanometers to micrometers in size in the Longmaxi shale are well-developed in migrated OM rather than in the in situ OM, and they are the dominant reservoir spaces. Furthermore, the total organic carbon, (...)
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    Quantitative Identification of Microfractures in the Marine Shale Reservoir of the Wufeng-Longmaxi Formation Using Water Immersion Tests and Image Characterization.Hu Wang, Zhiliang He, Yonggui Zhang, Kun Su & Ruyue Wang - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):SN23-SN30.
    Identification of natural microfractures is important for shale reservoir evaluation. In total, 42 selected core samples from the Wufeng-Longmaxi marine shales in the Fuling gas field, southeastern Sichuan Basin, were analyzed using water-immersion testing, computed tomography scanning, and argon-ion polishing scanning electron microscope experiments, along with edge detection and image stitching analysis methods. The results indicate that the immersion experiment is an effective way to identify natural fractures. Three types of natural microfractures correspond to bubble positions with 250 nm resolution (...)
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  6. Pore Characteristics and Corresponding Controlling Factors of the Marine Shale Gas Reservoir in Wufeng-Longmaxi Formation of Zhaotong Shale Gas Demonstration Area.Fuqiang Lai, Xiaoxue Xia, Changjiang Wang, Ruyue Wang, Lulu Zhong, Zhaohui Huang, Haitao Wang & Zhangxiong Zhu - forthcoming - Interpretation:1-51.
    The shale gas reservoir in the Zhaotong national shale gas demonstration area in the southern margin of the Sichuan Basin is mainly developed in the lower member of the Ordovician Wufeng Formation to the Silurian Longmaxi Formation. Shale pore characteristics are the main indicators for evaluating the quality of shale reservoirs and largely determine shale gas productivity. We have qualitatively and quantitatively analyzed pore types and structures through scanning electron microscopy, CO2/N2 adsorption and high-pressure mercury injection experiments, and nuclear magnetic (...)
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    Investigation of Pore Structure Characteristics of Marine Organic-Rich Shales Using Low-Pressure N2 Adsorption Experiments and Fractal Theory.Difei Zhao, Shuai Yin, Yinghai Guo, Chengyao Ren, Ruyue Wang, Wenlong Dinge & Jingshou Liue - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (3):T671-T685.
    The pore structure and fractal characteristics of the Lower Cambrian marine organic-rich shale in southern China were comprehensively studied using low-pressure [Formula: see text] adsorption and organic geochemical experiments, X-ray diffraction, petrophysical property tests, and scanning electron microscope observations. The results indicate that the total organic carbon content of the study shale varies between 0.45% and 8.50%, with an average value of 3.97%. The adsorption isotherm of the shale samples belongs to type IV, and slit-type pores are the predominant pore (...)
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    Impact of Coexisting Clay Minerals and Organic Matter on Pore Growth in the Lower Jurassic Da’Anzhai Lacustrine Shale Reservoir in the Northeast Sichuan Basin, West China.Pengwei Wang, Zhongbao Liu, Xiao Chen, Dongjun Feng, Ruyue Wang & Zeyang Peng - 2021 - Interpretation 9 (2):T373-T384.
    Understanding pore growth is of great significance to investigating reservoir performance in shale-gas systems. However, different from the marine shale reservoir, the lacustrine shale reservoir is commonly rich in clay minerals, resulting in a complicated and poorly understood pore system. We have investigated the impact of coexisting clay mineral and organic matter on pore growth in the Lower Jurassic Da’anzhai Shale in the Northeast Sichuan Basin, West China, through performing total organic carbon analysis, X-ray diffraction, field-emission scanning electron microscopy, focused (...)
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