1995
DOI: 10.2118/29247-ms
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J.A. McDonald, N. Tyler, N.F. Uren

Abstract: Abstract The three-dimensional seismic method is now widely recognized as a very valuable tool for characterizing reservoirs. We show that an understanding of the tool's resolution capabilities can be readily made in the laboratory using models. Channelized reservoir systems such as fluvial deposits can be characterized by the careful use of the three-dimensional methods, VSP and bottom-hole pressures and an example is given from a mature field in Texas. …

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