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    Quantitative Prediction of TOC Content in Shale Gas Reservoirs Using Seismic Data: A Case Study From the Lower Silurian Longmaxi Formation in the Chang Ning Gas Field of the Sichuan Basin, China.Sheng Chen, Wenzhi Zhao, Qingcai Zeng, Qing Yang, Pei He, Shaohua Gai & Yu Deng - forthcoming - Interpretation:1-40.
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    Carbonate Karst Reservoirs of the Tarim Basin, Northwest China: Types, Features, Origins, and Implications for Hydrocarbon Exploration.Wenzhi Zhao, Anjiang Shen, Zhanfeng Qiao, Jianfeng Zheng & Xiaofang Wang - 2014 - Interpretation: SEG 2 (3):SF65-SF90.
    Karst reservoirs are important exploration targets in marine carbonates of hydrocarbon-bearing basins around the world. In the Tarim Basin of northwest China, four types of carbonate karst reservoirs were delineated using data from more than 200 wells, including cores, thin sections, wireline logs, drilling logs, and production data; these were supplemented with seismic and other data. The four types of karst reservoirs described were all formed by meteoric water circulation but not limited in the vadose or phreatic zones, including buried (...)
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    Quantitative Prediction of Total Organic Carbon Content in Shale-Gas Reservoirs Using Seismic Data: A Case Study From the Lower Silurian Longmaxi Formation in the Chang Ning Gas Field of the Sichuan Basin, China.Sheng Chen, Wenzhi Zhao, Qingcai Zeng, Qing Yang, Pei He, Shaohua Gai & Yu Deng - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):SN153-SN168.
    We present a quantitative prediction of total organic carbon content for shale-gas development in the Chang Ning gas field of the Sichuan Basin. We have used the rock-physics analysis method to define the geophysical characteristics of the reservoir and the most sensitive elastic parameter to TOC content. We established a quantitative prediction template of the TOC content by rock-physics modeling. Well data and 3D seismic data were combined for prestack simultaneous inversion to obtain the most sensitive elastic parameter data volume. (...)
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    Applying Principal Component Analysis to Seismic Attributes for Interpretation of Evaporite Facies: Lower Triassic Jialingjiang Formation, Sichuan Basin, China.Suyun Hu, Wenzhi Zhao, Zhaohui Xu, Hongliu Zeng, Qilong Fu, Lei Jiang, Shuyuan Shi, Zecheng Wang & Wei Liu - 2017 - Interpretation: SEG 5 (4):T461-T475.
    In China and elsewhere, it is important to predict different lithologies and lithofacies for hydrocarbon exploration in a mixed evaporite-carbonate-siliciclastic system. The lower section of the second member of the Jialingjiang Formation is mainly composed of anhydrite, dolostone, limestone, and siliciclastic rocks, providing a rare opportunity to reconstruct detailed facies in a [Formula: see text] 3D seismic survey with 31 wells. Wireline logs calibrated by core analysis are essential in distinguishing anhydrite, siliciclastics, and carbonates. Although different lithologies are characterized by (...)
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