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Abstract

Production in the Cupiagua field is at high rates<br>from generally low porosity sandstone units, suggesting<br>that fractures make a major contribution to the<br>production. Maximizing the production through the life of<br>the field depends on an understanding of the fracture<br>network and its connectivity. The primary objective of<br>this study was to integrate all significant data and apply it<br>to create fracture models, which aid in optimizing<br>production.

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2006-09-24
2021-10-27
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