Sedimentology, diagenetic evolution, and sweet spot prediction of tight sandstone reservoirs: A case study of the third member of the Upper Paleogene Shahejie Formation, Nanpu Sag, Bohai Bay Basin, China

@article{Wang2020SedimentologyDE,
  title={Sedimentology, diagenetic evolution, and sweet spot prediction of tight sandstone reservoirs: A case study of the third member of the Upper Paleogene Shahejie Formation, Nanpu Sag, Bohai Bay Basin, China},
  author={Enze Wang and G. Liu and X. Pang and Zhuoya Wu and Chang-rong Li and H. Bai and Zehan Zhang},
  journal={Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering},
  year={2020},
  volume={186},
  pages={106718}
}
Abstract Substantial progress has been made in the exploration of the tight petroleum resources in Bohai Bay Basin, as a series of tight oil reservoirs were discovered. Among these reservoirs, a new breakthrough was achieved in the Nanpu Sag, proving a previously unconfirmed prospect of tight oil. Mineralogical, petrographic and fluid inclusions analyses were performed to investigate physical properties (composition, pore system, porosity, and permeability), controlling factors, and features of… Expand
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