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F-33 3D-4C ACQUISITION DESIGN FOR FRACTURES CHARACTERIZATION IN CARBONATE RESERVOIR – A CASE HISTORY IN OFFSHORE ADRIATIC THE EMILIO FIELD Summary 1 The multicomponent 3D methodology is already well established as a suitable tool for imaging through gas clouds for fluid detection and for petrographic assessment; however there are very few examples of its use in fracture detection and characterization. A 3D-4C survey aimed to assess crack direction and density was planned on a gas-oil reservoir in the Adriatic Sea. The Emilio field resides in Eocene carbonate rocks characterized by low primary porosity and fractures. The feasibility study and the

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2001-06-11
2020-04-02
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