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Another impact is a better characterization of the reserve distribution. The relative importance of each compartment is shown in this figure. Observe that the fluvial interval, despite its smaller net thickness and higher % of smectite, presents an important hydrocarbon volume (high microporosity). Of course, all the marine interval, when considered in general, presents a much higher hydrocarbon volume due to its greater thickness.

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