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I022 Characterisation of Fluvial Architectural Elements Using a Three Dimensional Outcrop Dataset – Escanilla Braided System R. Labourdette* (Total S.A. Geoscience Technologies) & R. Jones (Geospatial Research Ltd) SUMMARY EAGE 69 th Conference & Exhibition — London UK 11 - 14 June 2007 Introduction Braided fluvial reservoirs form some of the world’s giant oilfields and are found in many petroleum provinces. Braided fluvial architecture displays significant variability that has to be understood and quantified before it can be represented in reservoir models. In general the best constraint on 3-D geometry is provided by outcrops with irregular highly indented topography but

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2007-06-11
2020-10-20
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