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The talk will present results about organic-inorganic interactions leading to porosity formation due to migration of source-rock-derived corrosive fluids through carbonate reservoirs. Two aspects will be covered: (i) detectable processes at the nanometer scale by imaging techniques, and (ii) generic hydrogeochemical modelling results of porosity creation at a play scale (from source rock to reservoir).

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