Multiscale characterization of fracturing in folded platform carbonates: the case study of the Island of Pag, External Dinarides of Croatia

Silvia Mittempergher, Andrea Succo, Pierre-Olivier Bruna, Andrea Bistacchi, Mattia Martinelli, Fabrizio Storti , Marco Meda, Giovanni Bertotti, Fabrizio Balsamo

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Abstract

Fractures are a primary factor controlling the fluid storage and transport properties of hydrocarbon reservoirs. The quantitative characterization of fractures in outcrop analogues allows a better understanding of natural fracture systems, to extrapolate predictive laws useful for integrating the limited data available for buried reservoirs. Here we present the methodological workflow we are applying for a multiscale characterization of fracturing in a folded Cretaceous carbonate platform in the Island of Pag, in the External Dinarides of Croatia, along with our preliminary results.
Original languageEnglish
Pages164-164
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventFold and Thrust Belts: Structural style, evolution and exploration - Burlington House, London, United Kingdom
Duration: 31 Oct 20172 Nov 2017

Conference

ConferenceFold and Thrust Belts: Structural style, evolution and exploration
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period31/10/172/11/17

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