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Carbonate Reservoir Characterization: A Geologic-Engineering Analysis, Part I

1st Edition, Volume 30 - January 17, 1992

Authors: G.C. Dominguez, F. Samaniego V.

Editors: S.J. Mazzullo, H.H. Rieke, G.V. Chilingarian

Language: English
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This book integrates those critical geologic aspects of reservoir formation and occurrence with engineering aspects of reservoirs, and presents a comprehensive treatment of the… Read more

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This book integrates those critical geologic aspects of reservoir formation and occurrence with engineering aspects of reservoirs, and presents a comprehensive treatment of the geometry, porosity and permeability evolution, and producing characteristics of carbonate reservoirs. The three major themes discussed are:• the geometry of carbonate reservoirs and relationship to original depositional facies distributions• the origin and types of porosity and permeability systems in carbonate reservoirs and their relationship to post-depositional diagenesis• the relationship between depositional and diagenetic facies and producing characteristics of carbonate reservoirs, and the synergistic geologic-engineering approach to the exploitation of carbonate reservoirs.

The intention of the volume is to fully aquaint professional petroleum geologists and engineers with an integrated geologic and engineering approach to the subject. As such, it presents a unique critical appraisal of the complex parameters that affect the recovery of hydrocarbon resources from carbonate rocks. The book may also be used as a text in petroleum geology and engineering courses at the advanced undergraduate and graduate levels.