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    Two-Parameter Prestack Seismic Inversion of Porosity and Pore Structure Parameter of Fractured Carbonate Reservoirs: Part 1 — Methods.Tingting Zhang & Yuefeng Sun - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):SM1-SM8.
    Fractured zones in deeply buried carbonate hills are important because they often have better permeability resulting in prolific production than similar low-porosity rocks. Nevertheless, their detection poses great challenge to conventional seismic inversion methods because they are mostly low in acoustic impedance and bulk modulus, hardly distinguishable from high-porosity zones or mudstones. A proxy parameter of pore structure defined in a rock-physics model, the so-called Sun model, has been used for delineating fractured zones in which the pore structure parameter is (...)
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    Two-Parameter Prestack Seismic Inversion of Porosity and Pore-Structure Parameter of Fractured Carbonate Reservoirs: Part 2 — Applications.Tingting Zhang, Ruifeng Zhang, Jianzhang Tian, Lifei Lu, Fengqi Qin, Xianzeng Zhao & Yuefeng Sun - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):SM9-SM17.
    Fractures and fracture-related dissolution pores, as well as cavities, molds, and vugs, provide the major conduit and/or storage space for hydrocarbons in the deeply buried carbonate hill of Hexiwu field, Bohai Bay Basin. The fractured reservoir generally has lower porosity but better permeability than moldic/vuggy reservoir, and it consists of the major part of the buried-hill slope and buried-hill internal reservoirs. The conventional method of characterizing carbonate reservoirs, however, often mixes these two types of reservoirs together because they both have (...)
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    Two-Parameter Prestack Seismic Inversion of Porosity and Pore Structure Parameter of Fractured Carbonate Reservoirs: Part 1 — Methods.Tingting Zhang & Yuefeng Sun - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (4):SM1-SM8.
    Fractured zones in deeply buried carbonate hills are important because they often have better permeability resulting in prolific production than similar low-porosity rocks. Nevertheless, their detection poses great challenge to conventional seismic inversion methods because they are mostly low in acoustic impedance and bulk modulus, hardly distinguishable from high-porosity zones or mudstones. A proxy parameter of pore structure defined in a rock-physics model, the so-called Sun model, has been used for delineating fractured zones in which the pore structure parameter is (...)
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