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Professor Andrew Aplin
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The mineralogy and texture of mudrocks from the Malay Basin have been measured to understand the extent to which diagenetic processes drive porosity loss in shales. Previously, sonic and density log data from wells in the region highlighted the possible role of chemical compaction in reducing porosity with permeability and contributing to elevated pore pressures at depth. This study finds change in mudrock properties can be seen in samples from below the interval associated with the onset of chemical compaction and would provide a logical mechanism behind log behaviour.
Author(s): Duffy L, Aplin A, Hoesni M
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: Society of Petroleum Engineers: 72nd European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers Conference and Exhibition
Year of Conference: 2010
Publisher: Society of Petroleum Engineers
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