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C03 USING SEISMIC VELOCITIES TO IMPROVE PERMEABILITY ESTIMATION OF A CARBONATE RESERVOIR Abstract 1 Permeability is one of the most important factors for quality assessment of a carbonate reservoir; furthermore mapping the permeability over an exploratory carbonate oil field is of essential importance. The area under study is a newly explored oil field containing carbonate reserves of Cretaceous age located in the southwest Iran and covered by 3D seismic data. It is well known that carbonates have different types of porosity that affect permeability and seismic wave propagation; therefore these facts can be used for integrated permeability studies of such

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2005-04-25
2020-09-20
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