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1 Introduction Knowledge of the petrophysical and hydrodynamic properties of reservoir rock - properties which control both the distribution and.

:Reservoir type, Songliao Basin, Pear rift, Structural features,Shahezi,Yingchengzu. This book comprehensively identifies most reservoir rock properties using a very simple approach. This type of reservoir can be distributed in a large area, with a poor horizontal continuity and strong heterogeneity.

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types of rocks, geological age, and size of the reserve. Identifying Reservoir Rock Types in SG310-5A well. ABSTRACT.

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2. As a rock to be named a reservoir has to be a porous and permeable lithological.

Sandstone reservoir rocks. Countries such as China and Indonesia stand out with higher daily production, exceeding orders of.

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We classify PSs into the following three basic types: (1) source-rock petroleum system (SPS); (2) tight-reservoir or tight petroleum system (TPS); and (3) conventional-reservoir or conventional petroleum system (CPS).

A reservoir rock is a rock providing a condition to trap oil in porous media.

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The results were applied to identify various reservoir rock types in the reservoir, poor reservoirs or non-reservoir rocks. Generally, reservoir fluids fall into three broad categories: (i). The study of the geological processes that create crude oil and natural gas reservoirs is referred to as Petroleum Geology.

1. Geological maps are created through the process of mapping in which outcrops are visited in the course of fieldwork, described, and recorded on a topographic base map. 1. Depositional rock types are described within the context of the large-scale geologic framework and represent those original rock properties present at deposition and before significant post depositional diagenesis has occurred. We classify PSs into the following three basic types: (1) source-rock petroleum system (SPS); (2) tight-reservoir or tight petroleum system (TPS); and (3) conventional-reservoir or conventional petroleum system (CPS).

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2. Hydrocarbons migrate upward.

Tiny pores in the rock allowed the petroleum to seep in.

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Types of reservoir rock depend on kinds of their contents, composition, morphology and sedimentology.

Depositional Rock Types (DRT).