鄂尔多斯盆地代家坪地区长6致密油储层孔隙结构特征及分类评价

Translated title of the contribution: Characteristics and classification of tight oil pore structure in reservoir Chang 6 of Daijiaping area, Ordos Basin

Xiang Zhou, Sheng He, Ping Liu, Yunjuan Ju

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Abstract

Based on the data such as cast thin section, scanning electron microscope, X-ray diffractometry and mercury-injection, this paper has researched the micro-pore structure classification and evaluation of tight oil reservoir Chang 6 in Daijiaping area according to the feature and genetic analysis. The results showed that the reservoir space of reservoir Chang 6 is mainly characterized by intragranular dissolved pore and residual intergranular pore, and secondly by intergranular dissolved pore and debris dissolved pore associating with flaky, curved lamellar throat and necking throat mainly. The differences between rock fabric and clastic composition during sedimentation decided the original porosity and permeability, and influenced the diagenesis type and strength in the later stage. The results of the quantity calculation about the influence of diagenesis on reservoir quality suggest that compaction and cement of carbonate are the principal reason causing the damage of primary pore; whereas tectonic compression strengthened the heterogeneity of reservoir pore. We divided the porosity evolution into four stage, such as shallow burial cement, middle burial compaction porosity decrease, deep burial dissolve porosity increase and deep burial cement porosity decrease according to burial history analysis. Based on the correlation analysis among pore structure parameters and physical properties, we selected the largest connected throat radius, the main flow throat radius, sorting coefficient, displacement pressure and median pressure as the basis parameters for classification of reservoir. Further, this paper divides the reservoir of Chang 6 member into four types by Q-cluster analysis, in which I and II types of reservoir pore structure are more favorable to be as development target play.

Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)253-265
Number of pages13
JournalEarth Science Frontiers
Volume23
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2016
Externally publishedYes

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Keywords

  • Oil bearing layer Chang 6
  • Ordos Basin
  • Pore structure
  • Reservoir evaluation
  • Tight oil

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