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TitleFluid storage and circulation in carbonates / Stockage et circulation de fluides dans les carbonates
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AuthorLarmagnat, S
SourcePublic presentations of May 8th, 2018: Environmental Geoscience Program, current status of research projects, May 2018; by Jacob, N; Kao, H; Galloway, J; Parsons, M; White, D; Larmagnat, S; Rivard, C; Gammon, P; Savard, M M; Geological Survey of Canada, Scientific Presentation 88, 2018 p. 79-92, https://doi.org/10.4095/308298 (Open Access)
Year2018
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentserial
Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
RelatedThis publication is contained in Jacob, N; Kao, H; Galloway, J; Parsons, M; White, D; Larmagnat, S; Rivard, C; Gammon, P; Savard, M M; (2018). Public presentations of May 8th, 2018: Environmental Geoscience Program, current status of research projects, May 2018, Geological Survey of Canada, Scientific Presentation no. 88
File formatpdf
ProvinceQuebec
NTS22B/04; 22B/05; 22B/12; 22C/01; 22C/02; 22C/07; 22C/08; 22C/09; 22C/10
AreaGaspé Peninsula; Rimouski; Saint-Cleophas
Lat/Long WENS -68.6667 -67.5833 48.6667 48.1667
Subjectsenvironmental geology; fossil fuels; geophysics; sedimentology; stratigraphy; energy resources; geothermal energy; petroleum resources; reservoir rocks; reservoir parameters; reservoir fluids; fluid flow; bedrock geology; lithology; sedimentary rocks; carbonates; dolomites; structural features; fractures; hydrothermal alteration; bioturbation; porosity; permeability; thermal conductivity; tectonostratigraphic zones; facies analyses; stratigraphic analyses; petrophysics; geophysical logging; core samples; geochemical analyses; stable isotope studies; microscopic analyses; sedimentary environment; fluid storage capacity; CT-scanning; Phanerozoic; Paleozoic; Silurian
Illustrationsphotographs; geoscientific sketch maps; flow diagrams; photomicrographs; columnar sections; core logs; geophysical images; schematic cross-sections; 3-D images; plots; bar graphs
ProgramManagement, Environmental Geoscience
Released2018 06 27; 2018 07 04
AbstractConventional methods applied to oil and gas reservoir are revisited to address fluid flow and fluid storage capacity in carbonates in a Silurian succession in the Lower St. Lawrence area. With this case study, research activities compile key geological attributes (porosity, permeability, thermal conductivity) data and reconstruct the timing of diagenetic fluids circulation (creating or occluding porosity). The main goal is to understand how a conventional reservoir characterization would applied to geothermal development in a low temperature context.
GEOSCAN ID308298