F028 Seismic Anisotropy as an Indicator of Reservoir Quality in Siliciclastic Rocks J-M. Kendall* (University of Bristol) J. Maddock (University of Leeds) S.A. Hall (3S Laboratoire Grenoble) & Q.J. Fisher (University of Leeds) SUMMARY We present results from an integrated project that explores the potential to use observations of seismic anisotropy to interpret lithologic and fluid properties (the SAIL project). Our approach links detailed petrofabric analyses laboratory measurements of seismic velocities in core samples and reservoir-scale seismic observations. We consider a suite of sliciclastic reservoir rocks that exhibit anisotropy on three length-scales: the crystal grain and fracture scale. Crystal-preferred-orientation (CPO)


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