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B024 Identifying Gas Channel Sweet Spots through Multi-Component Seismic Interpretation M.W. Roth* (Transform Software & Services Inc.) SUMMARY Lower Cretaceous fluvial sands offer tantalizing yet challenging gas plays in the Rocky Mountain basins of Canada and the United States. Reservoirs range from single sand channels often with high porosity and permeability to stacked sequences of channels hundreds or even thousands of feet thick generally of low porosity and permeability. Across this spectrum of reservoir types the similar objective is to identify drilling “sweet spots” using available seismic and other E&P data. In this case study the effectiveness of multi-component seismic

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2007-06-11
2020-04-01
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