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P033 SENSITIVITY OF INTERFACIAL COMPLIANCES TO FLUID SATURATION AND PORE PRESSURE ENRU LIU 1 XIANG-YANG LI 1 and ZHONGJIE ZHANG 2 Introduction 1 Dynamic monitoring of fluid movement in reservoirs using time-lapse seismic has become increasingly popular in hydrocarbon industry. On the other hand in deepwater environment wells are expensive and the increased costs associated with drilling in overpressured formation demands a reliable prediction of pore pressure (Sayers et al. 2000). Therefore the need to quantitatively characterise the seismic signature of fluid saturation and pore pressure is becoming more important than ever before. In this study we shall investigate the

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2001-06-11
2020-07-12
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