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C01 FRACTURED RESERVOIR MODELLING – RECENT PROGRESS AND PROMISING PERSPECTIVES 1 B. Bourbiaux R. Basquet A. Lange and L.Y. Hu IFP 1& 4 Avenue de Bois-Préau 92852 RUEIL-MALMAISON Cedex FRANCE Abstract In the last decade the petroleum industry became more and more aware of the necessity to take into account fractures and faults to optimise oil field production and recovery. The main reasons include an improved fracture detection from efficient logging tools and from an improved interpretation of high-quality seismic data. Moreover production difficulties -such as early breakthroughs- are met in an increasing number of mature fields where the impact

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2005-04-25
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