Data for: Quantitative identification of diagenetic facies and controls on reservoir quality for tight sandstones: A case study of the Triassic Chang 9 oil layer, Zhenjing area, Ordos Basin

Published: 31-01-2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dv3t957tbz.1
Xiangchun Chang


Table 1. Detrital composition of the samples in Chang 9 sandstones. Table 2. The results of mercury injection capillary pressure (MICP) tests. Table 3. Results of point counting for the content of chlorite, quartz overgrowth, K-feldspar and secondary pores. Table 4. Parameters data, which can reflect the features of reservoir quality. Table 5. The RDI interval and the mean value of the selected parameters for each diagenetic facies.