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Abstract

A-16 PERMEABILITY INVERSION AND WATER-CUT FORECASTING USING SATURATION HISTORY FROM TIME-LAPSE SEISMIC AND SEISMIC ATTRIBUTE MAPS Abstract 1 Time lapse seismic is used to monitor the reservoir during production. Assuming seismic repeatability it is possible to couple seismic changes in the reservoir to flow property changes as a result of production. Successive slices give direct information over the speed at which the saturation front propagates through the a-priori unknown permeability field. The propagation speed of the saturation front contains useful information about the fluid flow velocity field in the observed medium. A relation between the velocity map and desired reservoir

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2000-08-06
2020-03-28
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