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The effect of clay content in reservoirs on alteration of oil properties, with examples from the west Caucasian foreland

, : The effect of clay content in reservoirs on alteration of oil properties, with examples from the west Caucasian foreland. Geologiya Nefti i Gaza 11(5): 20-23

Little change in specific gravity of most crudes, low clay concentrations in reservoirs, Eocene-Pliocene clastics, south European USSR.


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