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P126 High Density High Resolution Seal Capacity and Pore Pressure Prediction from 3D Seismic Data G. Yu* (Geotrace) SUMMARY The estimated cost associated with geopressure problems can easily reach US$9 billion a year for the oil and gas industry. In recent years with the increase of day rate for drilling rigs semis and ships it is more critical than ever to understand and quantify the formation pore pressure for assessing fluid migration seal capacity drilling risk and well planning in order to high-grade the prospects prevent drilling hazards and reduce cost in various exploration and production activities. A methodology is

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2007-06-11
2020-03-29
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