Origin of conventional and shale gas in Sinian–lower Paleozoic strata in the Sichuan Basin: Relayed gas generation from liquid hydrocarbon cracking
Late Mesozoic sediment provenance on Georges Bank: Enlargement of river drainages to the Atlantic Ocean in the Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous
Petroleum charge history in the Baiyun depression and Panyu lower uplift in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, northern South China Sea: Constraints from integration of organic geochemical and fluid inclusion data
Integrating strike-slip tectonism with three-dimensional basin and petroleum system analysis of the Salinas Basin, California
An efficient, consistent, and trackable method to quantify organic matter–hosted porosity from ion-milled scanning electron microscope images of mudrock gas reservoirs
ON COVER – Final stages of progradation of the Cariatiz Messinian reefs in the Sorbas Basin (Almeria, southeastern Spain). Some of the megaporosity observed in this panoramic view is interpreted as flank margin caves related to freshwater diagenesis (i.e., coastal karst processes). Hydrocarbon pore volume in karst can be significant in carbonate reservoirs. The paper by Fernandez-Ibanez et al. (AAPG Bulletin, v.103, no.5, p. 1111–1131) presents a workflow for characterizing and modeling karst in the subsurface. Photo provided by Fermin Fernandez-Ibanez.
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