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TitleTomodensitometry applied to characterize rock properties of a conventional heterogeneous carbonate reservoir in Quebec
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AuthorLarmagnat, S; Francus, P; Des Roches, M; Daigle, L -F; Raymond, J; Malo, M; Aubiès-Trouilh, A
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Open File 8386, 2018, 1 sheet, https://doi.org/10.4095/308112
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Year2018
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentopen file
Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
File formatpdf
ProvinceQuebec
NTS22A; 22B/01; 22B/08; 22B/09; 22B/16; 22G/01; 22G/08; 22H/01; 22H/02; 22H/03; 22H/04; 22H/05; 22H/06; 22H/07
AreaSt. Lawrence River; Gaspé Peninsula
Lat/Long WENS -66.5000 -64.0000 49.5000 48.0000
Subjectsfossil fuels; sedimentology; petroleum resources; petroleum exploration; hydrocarbon potential; reservoir rocks; porosity; pore structure; pore geometry; microfractures; bedrock geology; lithology; sedimentary rocks; carbonates; core samples; exploration wells; grain size analyses; sedimentary structures; geophysical logging; well logging; Lower Silurian; Massé Structure; Sayabec Formation; tomodensitometry; x-ray tomography; methodology; coreflooding; heterogeneity; macroporosity; microporosity; 3-D analyses; Phanerozoic; Paleozoic; Silurian
Illustrationsphotographs; tables; schematic representations; formulae; graphs; photomicrographs; frequency distribution diagrams; profiles; 3-D images
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Natural Resources Canada Library - Ottawa (Earth Sciences)
 
ProgramManagement, Environmental Geoscience
Released2018 04 10
Summary(Plain Language Summary, not published)
This poster presents the development a new methodology based on tomodensitometry to better understand reservoir properties of heterogeneous carbonates rocks, such as reefal facies, breccias or fractured and dolomitized facies. In the St. Lawrence River area, industry partner identified a prospective play in Silurian carbonates and need to better understand spatial distribution of porosity and permeability within these complex and heterogenous carbonate lithofacies. This work is part of a collaborative research partnership between Industry, Academy and the federal government (Environmental Geoscience Program).
GEOSCAN ID308112