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A Technique to Determine the Breakthrough Pressure of Shale Gas Reservoir by Low-Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
The porous and low-permeability characteristics of a shale gas reservoir determine its high gas storage efficiency, which is manifested in the extremely high breakthrough pressure of shale. Therefore, the accurate calculation of breakthrough pressure is of great significance to the study of shale gas preservation conditions. Based on a systematic analysis of a low-field NMR experiment on marine shales of the Longmaxi Formation in the Sichuan Basin, a shale gas breakthrough pressuredoi:10.3390/en15197223 fatcat:3hynjhbmgncobiagyw6u2ntrqi