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Reservoir appraisal is commonly a difficult task in fold and thrust belts. Thrust-related folding leads to the development of meso- to microscopic brittle structures that can significantly alter the porosity and permeability properties of reservoir rocks, thus influencing fluid migration and accumulation. The aim of this chapter is to describe at different scales the deformation associated to the development of the Chaudrons thrust-related anticline (Corbières, France) and to discuss its influence on reservoir quality. Pervasive solution cleavage sets at high angle to bedding (ATB) were found and measured along the fold. In addition, collected core samples were used to...

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