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Porosity and pore size distribution (PSD) are required to calculate reservoir quality and volume. Numerous inconsistencies have been reported in measurements of these properties in shales (mudrocks). We investigate these inconsistencies by evaluating the effects of fine grains, small pores, high clay content, swelling clay minerals and pores hosted in organic content. Using mudrocks from the Haynesville, Eastern European Silurian, Niobrara, and Monterey formations, we measured porosity and pore or throat size distribution using subcritical nitrogen (N2) gas adsorption at 77.3 K, mercury intrusion, water immersion, and helium porosimetry based on Gas Research Institute standard methodology. We...

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