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Research Article

Lateral Percolation and Its Effect on Shale Gas Accumulation on the Basis of Complex Tectonic Background

Table 1

Number, well, and formation of the permeability test samples.

NumberWellFormation

(1)JiangYe 1Guanyintang
(2)JiangYe 1Wangyinpu
(3)JiangYe 1Wangyinpu
(4)JiangYe 2Guanyintang
(5)JiangYe 2Guanyintang
(6)JiangYe 2Guanyintang
(7)JiangYe 2Guanyintang
(8)JiangYe 2Guanyintang
(9)JiangYe 2Wangyinpu
(10)JiangYe 2Wangyinpu
(11)JiangYe 2Wangyinpu
(12)JiangYe 2Wangyinpu
(13)JiangYe 2Wangyinpu
(14)JiangYe 2Wangyinpu
(15)JiangYe 2Wangyinpu
(16)JiangYe 2Wangyinpu
(17)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(18)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(19)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(20)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(21)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(22)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(23)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(24)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(25)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(26)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(27)PengYe 1Longmaxi
(28)PengYe 1Longmaxi

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