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Abstract

Substantial volumes of world hydrocarbon resources occur in<br>interlayered limestone-dolomite reservoirs. Diagenetic<br>variations in lithology and primary depositional texture control<br>the magnitude and spatial distribution of petrophysical<br>properties. The frequency and nature of limestone-dolomite<br>transitions that define flow units and baffles/barriers are<br>critical for understanding reservoir connectivity and<br>optimizing field development.

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2007-12-04
2023-09-21
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