CONNECTIVITY MAPPING IMPROVES UNDERSTANDING OF RESERVOIR CONTINUITY

Gordon E. Tinker Tinker Petroleum Consultants Inc. Houston Walter R. Turpening Yu-Taik Chon Reservoir Imaging Inc. Stafford, Tex. Connectivity mapping uses guided waves from crosswell seismology procedures to obtain a better understanding of reservoir trapping and production mechanisms. An inadequate understanding is likely to leave significant amounts of oil in place even after primary and secondary recovery.

Dec 20th, 1993
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