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Abstract

Natural fractured petroleum reservoirs represent over 20% of the world’s oil and gas reserves. It plays an obvious role in oil<br>exploration and makes a large contribution toward oil and gas production worldwide. The research tendency for natural<br>fractured reservoir NFR has become more apparent in the last five to ten years because more fractured reservoirs are being<br>developed as production from conventional reservoirs is declining. However, characterization of fractured reservoir is complex<br>and presents unique challenges in comparison with conventional reservoir. There are several uncertainties in NFR<br>characterization in exploration and field development strategies, especially in the early stages when little or even no data is<br>available. Thus, it is urgent and necessary to collect the experiences from previous successful research to reduce risky level in<br>such reservoir.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-23
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