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Arian, M. (2011) Basement Tectonics and Geology of Iran. Asar-e-Nafis, Qom. (In Persian)

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Porosity and Rock-Typing in Hydrocarbon Reservoirs Case Study in Upper Member of Dalan Formation in Kish Gas Field, South of Zagros, Iran

    AUTHORS: Ali-Akbar Irajian, Kamaladdin Bazargani-Guilani, Rahim Mahari, Ali Solgi

    KEYWORDS: Porosity, Rock-Typing, Hydrocarbon Reservoirs, Dalan Formation, Zagros

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Geology, Vol.6 No.6, June 24, 2016

    ABSTRACT: To estimate the volume of oil and gas in the hydrocarbon reservoirs, the rock-typing must be considered. The volume and type of available space in the reservoir rocks (porosity) and the ease of hydrocarbons flow (permeability) are important in the classification of rock-types. In the field study, touching-vug Porosities (intergranular, intercrystalline and brecciate) increase the total porosity and form high quality rock-types, on the other side, separated-vug porosities (such as moldic, intraparticle and vuggy) increase the total porosity but do not play a large role in the production of hydrocarbon. In this paper, based on the SCAL data (Special Core Analysis) and according to amount of irreducible water saturation (Swir) and capillary pressure, the reservoir rocks are divided into 4 classes including Reservoir Rock-Types 1 to Reservoir Rock-Types 4 (RRTs-1 to RRTs-4). By study of the prepared thin sections, we investigated the role of porosity in the rock-typing. Among the rock-types, category 1 is the best type-reservoir and category 4 is non-reservoir. Probably, the latest diagenetic process determines the quality rocks, not sedimentary environments.