Kimmeridge Source Rock: In situ Visualization of Oil and Gas Generation from Dynamic Thermal Maturation in an ESEM" by Dahl, Skinner, Castagna, Goergen and Lemmens. (Stanford Univ. and Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Digital Rock for Economic Decision-Making
Understanding pore-scale features and heterogeneity of reservoir rock gives greater insight into what actually controls hydrocarbon flow capacity. When defining, developing, and depleting an asset, the associated risks, recovery factors, and estimated reserves will dynamically change over the lifecycle of the field.
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