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Abstract

Summary

The main objectives of this work is to prepare complex petrophysical and geological model for complex reservoirs: heterogeneous sandstones-conglomerates and naturally fractured metamorphic basement. Each case is very actual not only for local experience but for the global understanding: number of objects with the complexity is increasing, that means the time of pure and clear sandstones has passed. We need to develop and use new approaches, based on more advanced tools and interpretation techniques.

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2017-09-11
2020-08-05
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References

  1. Aguilera, R.
    (1995c). Naturally Fractured Reservoirs (Second Ed.). Pennwell, Tulsa, OK, USA, pp.447–448.
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