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The Upper Devonian Grosmont reservoir in Alberta, Canada, is the world’s largest heavy oil/bitumen reservoir hosted in carbonates, with an estimated 400 to 500 billion barrels of “Initial Oil In Place” at average depths of about 250 to 400 m. Our study is part of a more comprehensive effort to evaluate the Grosmont reservoir through geological, geophysical, and petrophysical methods in order to determine the most advantageous method(s) of exploitation.

The reservoir is a carbonate–evaporite system. The carbonates of the Grosmont were deposited during the Late Devonian on an extensive platform and/or a ramp in five or six cycles....

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