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Geologic properties that affect waterflooding in the Big Injun Sand of West Virginia.
Watts-RJ; Overbey-WK Jr.
Pres At 45th Annual Fall Meeting SPE AIME Houston, Texas 1970 Oct; :1-7
This study was made to determine the petrography, mineralogy, porosity, and permeability of the sandstone, and their relationship to waterflooding in Big Injun Reservoirs. Rotary cores, geophysical well logs, petrographic thin sections, and results of chemical analyses of sandstone samples from several Big Injun oil reservoirs were used to determine these parameters. The results show a great range of reservoir characteristics within the area of study.
Mining-industry; Petroleum; Minerals; Geophysics
OP; Conference/Symposia Proceedings
Pres. At 45th Annual Fall Meeting SPE, AIME, Houston, Texas, Oct. 4- 7, 1970, Preprint SPE 3084
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