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Shale Gas Characterization of Sembar Formation, Khipro Area, Pakistan

DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2016.78076, PP. 1009-1019

Keywords: Shale Gas Reservoir Characterization, Well Log Response in Shale Gas, Methods to Compute TOC, Rock Physics Model for Shale Gas

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This study pertains to the evaluation of shale gas and rock physics properties of this area with respect to its total organic content of Sember Formation, Khiproarea, Pakistan. We use well logs data for this study. The Khipro area is prominent in the Lower Indus Basin for its hydrocarbon (oil and gas) structural traps. In shale gas evaluation, TOC of Sember Formation is estimated. The analysis has been done with the help of the wire line data of the well Bilal North-01. The presence of shale gas in the study area is analyzed with the help of different techniques. Rock physics and petrophysical analysis have been done in order to get the properties of the area related to the shale gas evaluation.

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