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Rock Mineral Components' Effects on Heavy and Shale Oil Transformation during Aquathermolysis
One of the main topics that generate the interest of experts nowadays involves the processes of organic matter chemical transformation during heavy and shale oil reservoirs' development via thermally enhanced oil recovery. It is common knowledge that the host rock has a catalytic effect on the ongoing processes. In addition, oil transformation is mostly associated with destructive processes of resins and asphaltenes molecules. As a result, this would provide an increase in oil mobility as adoi:10.3390/en15166047 fatcat:qgtnw4lymnfbzn67jxjzeiuvpu