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Abstract

Sedimentary reservoir rocks often present heterogeneous pore structures that are inherently related to the original rock<br>texture and subsequent diagenetic alterations. Such alterations are governed by the original rock texture, the involved fluids,<br>the flow history, and the physico-chemical conditions. Throughout the paragenesis, alternating dissolution and precipitation<br>caused by changes in chemical and thermodynamic conditions may lead to heterogeneous rock properties at both local and<br>reservoir scale.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-28
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