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The complexity of unconventional reservoirs is manifested both in compositional variance of the matrix and the vast heterogeneity of the pore geometry. These complications confound proper understanding of transport properties and, consequently, recoverability for all stages in the production life cycle. Imaging techniques have emerged as a technical solution to aid how we decipher these complexities at the appropriate scales. In this study, we use the Woodford Shale as a representative of a commercially viable unconventional reservoir, and we apply multi-scale imaging analytics to a core sample. Our observations across four different length scales from imaging results of micro-x-ray...

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