Chapter 7

Parameter Interpretation for Fractured Volcanic Reservoirs

Reservoir parameters constitute the basis for quantitative evaluation of the accumulation-permeation capacity and gas-bearing characteristics in volcanic gas reservoirs. The porosity, permeability, and gas saturation of volcanic rock matrices and fractures can be interpreted and the petrophysical properties and gas-bearing characteristics of volcanic reservoirs clarified on the basis of core experiments and preprocessing of log data by combining theoretical models with statistical models and through the integrated application of information derived from nuclear magnetic, acoustic-electric imaging, and conventional logs. This forms the basis for the quantitative characterization ...

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