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    Whole-Aperture Characteristics and Controlling Factors of Pore Structure in the Chang 7th Continental Shale of the Upper Triassic Yanchang Formation in the Southeastern Ordos Basin, China.Wei Yang, Yan Song, Zhenxue Jiang, Qun Luo, Qianyou Wang, Yuan Yuan, Chen Zhang & Lei Chen - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (1):T175-T190.
    Quantitative assessment is still lacking on the pore-sizes distribution of micropores and mesopores, and the major controlling factors remain enigmatic for the continental Chang 7th shale reservoirs in southeastern Ordos Basin. In this study, scanning electron microscopy, organic geochemical analysis, low-temperature gas adsorption, high-pressure mercury injection, and X-ray diffraction analysis were conducted on 29 core samples from representative eight wells in the Xiasiwan-Yanchang area, yielding a particular investigation on characteristics and controlling factors of the structure in the Chang 7th shale. (...)
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    Dynamic Mechanisms of Lamina-Induced Fracture Propagation in Tight Oil-Sand Formations.Dan Liu, Yaohua Li, Qun Luo, Qianyou Wang, Xiangzhen Meng, Jiaguo Luo, Hairu Feng, Yang Li & Xin Zhang - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (1):T179-T193.
    Lamina-induced fractures are abundant in lacustrine formations, playing an important role in tight oil resource exploration. There is a lack of research on the dynamic mechanisms of LF propagation in heterogeneous formations characterized by complex combinations of lamina and surrounding rock. For this reason, we conducted triaxial compressive tests of 28 long column samples and Brazil split tests of 37 short column samples using six core samples with different lithologies, including nine column samples tested using a CT scanner and an (...)
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    Characteristics and Origin of the Pore Structure of the Lacustrine Tight Oil Reservoir in the Northwestern Jiuquan Basin, China.Chunyan Fan, Xianglu Tang, Yuanyin Zhang, Yan Song, Zhenxue Jiang, Qun Luo & Baiying Li - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (3):T625-T636.
    The pore structure controls the formation processes of tight oil reservoirs. It is meaningful to study the characteristics and origin of the pore structure of the tight oil reservoir. We have analyzed the pore structure of the tight oil reservoir by thin sections, scanning electron microscopy, and mercury intrusion porosimetry. We analyze the origin of the pore structure based on sedimentological, diagenetic, and tectonism processes. The porosity of the tight oil reservoirs is mainly approximately 2%–10%, and the permeability is mainly (...)
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