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P-Wave Attenuation – a Plausible Seismic Attribute to Detect Oil and Gas in VenezuelaNormal access

Authors: N. Martin, M. Lopez, M. Donati and A. Azavache
Event name: EAGE Conference on Exploring the Synergies between Surface and Borehole Geoscience - Petrophysics meets Geophysics
Session: Data Inversion, Imaging and Petro-Seismic Classification II
Publication date: 06 August 2000
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 2.53Mb )
Price: € 20

Summary:
B-25 P-WAVE ATTENUATION – A PLAUSIBLE SEISMIC ATTRIBUTE TO DETECT OIL AND GAS IN VENEZUELA SUMMARY 1 Two 3D field examples from Venezuela about using P-wave attenuation as a plausible seismic attribute for detecting pay zones are shown. First example is from a 3D pilot project in Eastern Venezuelan Basin oriented to improve the image of a deep Miocene oil-prospective turbiditic sandstone reservoir (pay) using RMS P-wave attenuation. It represents a challenge because the structural and stratigraphic complexity in this area and poor well control (a single well W-5). The result analysis shows that P-wave attenuation is more sensitive to


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