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Primary Versus Secondary Migration of Oil

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The present paper presents possible answers for the following question: Why primary migration of oil (from source rocks to reservoir rocks) over many miles is so efficient with only traces of migration left behind, whereas the secondary migration of oil (during production) is so inefficient (only 30-40% of oil-in-place is recovered)?
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Keywords: COMPACTION; EARTH TIDES; ELECTRODIAGENESIS; GASEOUS MIGRATION; PRIMARY MIGRATION; SECONDARY MIGRATION; SEISMICITY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2015-04-01

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