Correlation between per-well average dynamic reserves and initial absolute open flow potential (AOFP) for large gas fields in China and its application

  title={Correlation between per-well average dynamic reserves and initial absolute open flow potential (AOFP) for large gas fields in China and its application},
  author={Xizhe Li and Xiaohua Liu and Yunhe Su and Guo-Li Wu and Huaxun Liu and Linlin Lu and Yu-jin Wan and Zhen-hua Guo and Shi Shi},
  journal={Petroleum Exploration and Development},
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