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Abstract

One of objectives for studying gas hydrate deposits is to evaluate their potential for exploitation as an energy resource. The success of gas hydrate wells depend on the seismic techniques employed to select proposed drilling locations. We are developing prospection techniques of rock physics-driven seismic that not only identify potential gas hydrate accumulations, but also have some ability to better delineate and characterize what can be complex systems and reservoirs. We analyse macroscopic seismic lithological strata and microscopic hydrate behaviours in pore spaces, which are applied into our quantitative interpretation.

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2013-06-10
2021-10-15
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