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The aim of this report is to describe a Middle Devonian dolostone reservoir in western Canada that has produced more than 57 million barrels of oil and water from moldic-pore reservoir facies with low permeability. The Slave Point Formation consists of six carbonate depositional facies, the relative proportions of which change in response to location on the basement paleotopographic surface. The most significant porosity in Slave Point dolostones is moldic porosity that formed by leaching of fossil fragments; not all Slave Point facies contain fossils. The distribution of fossiliferous carbonate facies, and moldic pores, is ultimately controlled by basement...

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